Downtown Las Vegas bars are some of the best in the city. Whether you’re looking for a beer at a sports bar, a handcrafted cocktail and an elusive spot, or everything in between, this Las Vegas bar crawl has it all. With our guide to the best bars in downtown Las Vegas, with many of them taking COVID-19 precautions and offering outdoor service, your bar crawl is sure to be epic.
Kickoff your night with a bar that is sure to pack in the fun and set the tone for the rest of the bar crawl. Any of these spots will be the perfect start to a great Las Vegas bar crawl.
If you want to be right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Fremont street, Circa Bar is the perfect place. With a selection of 24 specialty frozen drinks and flat screens to watch the game, you’re also located right next to the Fremont Street Experience. While you’re there, grab some Carolina barbecue from Circa’s Project BBQ. Trust us, this stop is sure to be entertaining.
Stretching from one end of the casino floor to the other, LONGBAR at the D Hotel & Casino is the second-longest bar in Vegas, at 1,300 square feet (the longest is MEGA BAR). Watch the game from one of the many large flat screen TVs behind the bar. LONGBAR offers nine beers on tap, but also makes a unique selection of some of the most colorful drinks you’ll find in Vegas. If there’s a big game on, the bar can get rowdy, so join in on the fun.
Looking for a bite to eat before a long night of drinking? Visit Therapy. They feature a happy hour menu with great deals on food and drinks, as well as a full menu with a great selection of shareables and bar snacks. Enjoy their lofty space and open air patio while sipping on one of their signature cocktails and snacking on their famous mac and cheese croquettes.
Keep the night going with these funky spots. With a taste of the unconventional, these downtown Las Vegas bars will bring an invigorating twist to your night.
Looking for a throwback? Next stop, Corduroy. With a 70s inspired interior and classic rock ‘n’ roll music, step into 70s Vegas for a trip back in time. The bar is “delightfully unpretentious,” serving Moscow Mules solely made with homemade ginger beer. Grab a Mule and head to the Conversation Pit, where you can enjoy Corduroy’s rockin’ interior.
With even more outdoor excitement coming from Fremont Street, D Bar at the D Hotel & Casino puts on quite a show. They specialize in frozen drinks and specialty cocktails, but the real attraction at D Bar are the Dancing Dealers who always put on a show. Enjoy that classic Vegas flare and have a drink at D Bar!
Voted one of the top whiskey bars in the US, Oak & Ivy is not to be missed. With a beautiful rooftop patio and an extensive selection of carefully crafted cocktails, you will want to make sure you visit Oak & Ivy on your Las Vegas bar crawl. Their menu features the classics, but really shines when it comes to their whiskey cocktails. Not to mention, their drinks are beautiful.
Located at Golden Gate Hotel & Casino, one of the oldest hotels in Vegas, OneBar will kick start the night with a healthy dose of fun and eccentric Vegas entertainment. Order from a menu with ice-cold beer and specialty frozen drinks as you listen to the music coming from the Fremont Street Experience. Oh, and don’t be alarmed, the glasses and bottles flying through the air are only part of the show, so enjoy!
To end your night, finish the bar crawl on a high note. These bars serve handcrafted cocktails with concoctions stirred up by experienced mixologists. Order a nightcap (or two or three or four) to finish up an epic downtown Las Vegas bar crawl.
Located on Circa’s 60th floor, Legacy Club offers sweeping views of Las Vegas, and their cocktails pack a punch too. This new rooftop bar in Las Vegas is a great place to end your night with breathtaking views that just can’t be beat. Enjoy the fire pits on the outdoor terrace and one of their signature make-your-own Manhattans all while taking in the club’s homage to Las Vegas’ vibrant history.
Elusive and hidden The Laundry Room is a great spot to end your downtown Las Vegas bar crawl. The establishment shines through its internationally-acclaimed signature cocktails, master mixologists behind the bar, and their scandalous history. If you’re lucky, their maestro will be seated at the piano. The Laundry Room is located at a secret entrance in Commonwealth, and is a strict reservation-only establishment.
With a rooftop bar and an extensive selection of alcoholic beverages, Commonwealth is an iconic place to end your Las Vegas bar crawl. Their rooftop features an al fresco dancefloor, where DJs from around the world will treat you to a set. Commonwealth has a new-age feel, but pays tribute to the style and design of the 50s.
No matter what kind of Las Vegas bar crawl you’re looking for, these are sure to be epic. Each of these spots has something special that makes them unique and above all, that makes them Vegas. From luxury rooftops to funky 70s kickbacks, there’s no shortage of opportunity for a fun and wild time. So dedicate a night for a bar crawl to these downtown Vegas bars, and book a room at the D to be in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas and be right next to the bar action. We’re sure you won’t be disappointed.