Khoury’s would probably take all of my money if I lived nearer. They commonly have bottled beers that the bigger stores (Lees and Total Wine) do not have, and occasionally have tap takeovers that are just stellar. Unfortunately I missed the tap takeover of all the Modern Times Monster’s Dark varieties. Issa the owner is very friendly and will sometimes split a beer with you. They’ll also look for different beers/alcohol to bring in if you request it. Prices are starting to creep up a little bit but it is truly a great place. Plus you can bring in your own food or order from the occasional food truck.
Loved this place: my sort of drinking hole. Laid back and cool tasting area with the whole shops selection to drink from, or just use the taps available. Friendly and interested guys running it, huge bottled selection. I was taken out here by a guy who I met through the ’Belgian Beer Board’ website I would never have found it otherwise (my little party were staying in Downtown Las Vegas). So different to anything else I’ve seen in and around Las Vegas it was just lovely to sit and chat without slots and crowds. It would be my regular bar if I lived anywhere near it and you can not get a better recommendation than that.This is also one of the highest scores I have ever given, if not the highest.
(Visited 04/2011): This Khoury’s location is out toward Henderson (east of Las Vegas) in a shopping plaza on Eastern Ave off 215. Parking is plentiful on multiple sides of the building.
The beer is located on the left side, mostly in coolers but some on shelves as well. The bottled selection includes Alaskan, Maui, Tenaya Creek, Deschutes, Kona, Backyard and many other craft brewers. Pretty good selection of imports as well, particularly from Belgium. Khoury’s also has 3 rotating taps. Life & Limb was one of the options on my visit.
Service is very good. The staff has been consistently knowledgeable and friendly on my couple visits.
Overall this store is well worth the drive from Vegas.
Not the biggest selection of beers but some rarer ones. They had a decent Belgian section, a good selection of Imp. Stouts, & other beers. The people were very helpful, & they have Nogne which is all that matters right.
i hit the new one on durango... nice intimate store but not much in the beer department... lots of belgians, some obscure italians, german singles and cold sixers in the back. the only place where i found nevadan beer
Had to stop twice just to get a visit to this place. The first time, the employee sitting inside pointed to his watch which must have been off by about 30 minutes. Rude and not a place to go out of your way for. Whole Foods has a better selection and more reliable hours.
They have the Stone beers and quite a few others for a wine store. They also sell individual bottles and 22 oz. They have a good selection and carry some of the more expensive beers. The women helping me was very helpful and pointed out some new arrivals and beers that rated high on here.