Las Vegas, the ultimate party destination has been holding its record of being the most happening spot for quite a span of time. Be it a friend trip or your bachelorette party, the name of Las Vegas has surely struck your mind. This is the place where people get lost in the enjoyment and can easily escape without even the slightest memory of the madness. This is the place where you can go up to any bar for a drink; get to know a stranger and the next day, forget everything that you have done. 

Though this city is full of bars at every corner, you do need to hit the right place for some of the most pleasant experiences that are worth your while. If you plan on spending some time in Vegas, it is recommended not to go there blindly, but to check on and choose some places to have a blast!

13 Unique Bars in Las Vegas

OddwoodOddwood bar Las Vegas

A truly unique space with metal, sculptures, and worn wood. Not to mention a wild 23-foot-tall digital maple tree centerpiece, each of her 5,000 leaves lined with individually programmed LED lights creating mesmerizing patterns. The waiters look like space people. Located at 3215 S Rancho Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89102.

Ghost DonkeyGhost Donkey

Ghost Donkey is a speakeasy inside the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino. Here you can enjoy the flavors of Mexico with tequila, mezcal, and nachos.

The Chandelier BarThe Chandelier bar Las Vegas

The vibe comes from the name itself because you are basically sitting inside a massive chandelier. The Chandelier bar is one glamorous place to hang out. The specialty of this place is martinis. But each story (there are three stories) of the bar have different innovative menus of specially crafted cocktails. 

BackyardBackyard at Gold Spike

The Backyard at Gold Spike is a super chill place to hang out with friends. They have large lawn games like corn hole, shuffleboard, giant building blocks, checkers, and a giant Jenga. Plus there are pool tables, beer pong, foosball, and darts. Sometimes there are DJs, dance parties, and themed parties. Kids are allowed until 9 PM. Gold Spike is in downtown Las Vegas. 

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Frankie’s Tiki RoomHULABILLY HONEY at Frankie's Tiki Room

Frankie’s is a bar that gives the feel of a hardcore loud party. It has dim lights and strong rum drinks. This is the perfect place to get drunk as it has got a very classic pub-like atmosphere in it. 

Count’s Vamp’dCount’s Vamp’d

The bar is owned by Danny Koker, who is a custom car creator and a popular TV star. This bar pays tribute to the metal rock songs of the 80s. People generally visit here to enjoy their drinks along with the happening music that plays inside. Located off the strip in Las Vegas, Nevada 6750 West Sahara 89146.

Hofbrauhaus

As the name suggests, Hofbrauhaus has a German origin. This bar is similar to the original in Munich, Germany. The culture in this bar depicts a fusion of the German aristocracy and the Vegas craze. Enjoy German beer and a spanking at the same place. Located at  4510 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169.

Millennium Fandom BarMillennium Fandom Bar

Love for fantasy should not be caged in televisions and comics; they should be featured in bars to get a realistic theme. This is a den of the Marvel and DC rivals, the Disney princesses and pirates, and the Star Trek nuts. This bar features all of the animated worlds in different ways. Located downtown at 900 S Las Vegas Blvd #140, Las Vegas, NV 89101.

Velveteen Rabbit bar in Las Vegas

Velveteen Rabbit bar in Las Vegas

Velveteen Rabbit bar in Las Vegas

Velveteen Rabbit Bar in Las Vegas is a nice little bar near Fremont Street. It’s funky and features a seasonally rotating cocktail menu. Located at the Fremont Experience at 1218 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89104. Book a VIP FREMONT BAR CRAWL!

The Foundation RoomFoundation Room Las Vegas

The Foundation Room is at the top of Mandalay Bay, the top floor in the House of Blues. It can be a bit difficult to get in, so hopefully, you know someone that is a member. That’s how I got in. 

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Emporium Arcade BarEmporium Arcade Bar

Emporium Arcade Bar Las Vegas, is a lively bar known for its curated selection of local craft brews, imaginative cocktails, classic arcade games, and colorful artistic ambiance. A great destination for all types of games, including classic arcade favorites, pool tables, pinball, foosball, and many more. Located at Area15. 

Lucky Day Tequila & MezcalLucky Day Tequila & Mezcal

A great spot located down in the Fremont area with the ceiling all lit up with lights and fluorescent drinks. Located at 516 Fremont St Las Vegas, NV 89101.

MINUS5º ICEBARMinus5 Icebar in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay

Minus5º ICEBAR allows guests to chill with more than 100 tons of ice while exploring an immersive attraction featuring themed sculptures and Instragrammable moments. Minus5º ICEBAR offers a distinctively chill, family-friendly vibe for people of all ages, with signature frosty cocktails served in glasses made entirely of ice for guests ages 21 and older. They have locations at Mandalay Bay, the Venetian, and at the Linq. Book a Minus 5 Ice Bar Photo tour. 

Mountain Springs SaloonMountain Springs Saloon

This place is a little far away from the central city making it a place of peace and calm. Visitors come here to chill and have a good friendly time, listen to classics, and enjoy the special barbeque which is one of the attractions of this bar. Live band performances are also a trend here. And yes, it’s a biker bar. Mountain Springs Saloon is located at 19050 NV-160, Las Vegas, NV 89161. 

Have you found a super cool bar in Vegas that others should know about? Tell us about it in the comments below. 

 

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