Visited this place in the Miracle Mile shopping centers inside Planet Hollywood. They had four beers on tap, all of which were decent. The bartender was helpful and talkative. If you buy a pint glass, you get half off of a beer, so buy the glass. I was staying in this place, so I went here a couple of times throughout the week. Overall it was nothing fancy, but a decent place.
theisti (774) Kansas | January 8, 2009| Updated September 9, 2014
Visited in October of 2007. This is in the middle of a shopping mall, and the ambiance is about what you would expect for a tiny 6 stool bar to be in the middle of a shopping mall. Having said that, this is a bar with decent enough beer in a shopping mall. Probably worth seeking out if you have some extra time to kill in Vegas, but that is about it. Bartender was nice, and I chatted with a couple of guys who seemed to be regulars. Yep, regulars at a tiny bar in a shopping mall in Vegas. I hope they worked at the mall.
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Tiny little bar in a small alcove in a shopping mall. What a cool concept and place.
Very perky barmaid gave great service letting people try free samples and giving quick refills.
The beers are well made. They are contract brewed by Gordon Bierish, so it’s quality beers but of limited styles. I dont believe there was any food available, but in a shopping mall there are many choices close by.
Visited on 12/31/07. Just a little kiosk in the Miracle Mile mall (formerly known as Desert Passage) at the Planet Hollywood Casino complex. They have a nice selection of logo gear, a cool lacquered red metal bar with about ten stools and a plasma TV tuned to the inevitable football game. Four of their beers are on tap here and the bartender let me taste them all without charge. I ordered a pint of the wheat beer which, while perhaps a little too cold, was still great. After I bought a logo shirt, he threw the beer in for free. I now love this little place and will make it a point to visit every time I’m in Vegas from now on.
In the Desert Passage Mall. Very small with the bar and seats open to the mall walkway. The beer was ok. Nice place to grab a beer before heading into one of the clubs in the Mall or Planet Hollywood. The scenary can be very good with the girls all hottied up on their way into the casinos or clubs.
A bar in a mall, what a great idea. Small little place with only 4 taps and lots of merchandise. None of the beers are to exciting and everything is served in a plastic cup. The bar girl was super friendly and super chatty. Needless to say she got a big tip out of me when i left. If your staying at the far end of the strip i would not make the trek all the way down to go here but if your staying in Bally’s or PH it may be worth the trouble to find the place just to escape all the casino noise. The beers are all pretty bland and boring but its still better than what you will find on the beer wasteland that is the strip.
About the size of a large walk-in closet inside the Miracle Mile Shops (inside Planet Hollywood Hotel). More logo merchandise than beer choices. The bartender was very friendly and attentive - probably because I was the only person at a bar that only holds about 8 or 10 people. I asked where they brewed and she explained that they shared equipment with Gordon Biersch but was quick to stress that they are NOT affiliated with GB except for the sharing of equipment. I only had 1 beer and it was ok but I left with the feeling that someone came up with a cool name and logo and only made the beer to make money off the affiliated merchandise. Stop by if you’re in the Miracle Mile Shops but don’t go too far out of your way to find it unless you want a new glass for your collection like I did. (The logo is pretty cool.)
Kind of weird little place inside of a mall. The Brewmaster was running the shop, so that was cool, got to chat a bit. Good drinkable brews. I think it would be better if it were a little more closed off though.
Inside the Miracle Mile Shops mall attached to the new PLANET HOLLYWOOD Hotel (the old Aladdin, Desert Passage Mall) It has about a dozen stools at a small little kiosk bar in the mall. We totally missed it during our first walk through of the big mall. It is right next to the rainshower pool (happens to rain inside every 30 mins). chipper little barmaid named Miranda had, playing The Beatles, LOVE, greeted everyone that stepped in. She had everyone wanting to try more! They only have 4 beers available, but they’re local! Brushed aluminum red bartop swirled in flames!! HOT... Ask Miranda for her Sunday Irish CarBomb. We built this city on ROCK n ROLL and carbombs, check the BOOK...
DuffMan (335) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | November 22, 2006
Worth the stop just to try the beers and mayber pick up a cool T-shirt, but no real ambiance to draw people in for a serious sit-down. This small brewpub has the feel of a cross between a boutique retail shop (they sell a lot of Sin City merchandise-- a LOT) and a TCBY. Still, the small pseudo-bar countertop is a welcome resting stop after wandering through the emmense Desert Passage Shops of the Aladdin reosrt & casino (soon to be the Planet Hollywood resort & casino). The bar staff is very friendly, and quick to offer samples of everything on tap. When I was there, the selection consisted of their flagship amber (a Marzen-style copper coloured ale), a light lager, a German hefewiezen, and a dry stout. All are good, but the hefe stands out in my opinion.