3fourths (1569) Boulder, Colorado | February 4, 2016| Updated February 5, 2016
I sampled a lemon Saison that was not a Saison, and drank an underwhelming and sweet Founders Porter. The experience next door at Yardbird is so much better, and they serve exclusively Nevada beer. I also have to agree with the previous comment about the iPad draft list, which is unnecessary and buggy.
Modern decor with a decent amount of taps. Nice area to grab a drink while waiting for a restaurant reservation at one of the many dining establishments in the Venetian. Beer was a little pricy but, it’s Vegas. iPad beer menu. Service was a little spotty but it was crowded.
Visited in August 2013. The beer menu was on an ipad an most of the beers we ask for where out of stock. What’s the point with a menu on an electronic device if it’s not keept upto date. Visited on a rather busy evening and service where there after. Food was alright but its to expensive for what you get.
Located inside the Venetian casino. Visited on Tuesday night, place was packed. Have good selection of taps and bottles (for Vegas, that is) and an IPad menu beer. Funny thing was all waitresses look the same - blonds with little shorts but that Vegas I guess. Very much worth a visit if you’re in the strip.
I stopped in here for a couple of beers in the first week of August, 2014. Prices were a little steep, but it’s Las Vegas. We had some herbed fries that were tasty, nothing to change your life. The guys behind the bar were quick to pour small samples, which I appreciated. The draft selection was the best I saw during my stay in Vegas, and they were cleaning some of the lines while I was there, which is good to see. I recommend it.
4th July 2014. I liked this place even though the prices were a little on the high side. We sat in the front area with a lattice screened wall separating us from the main tables and restaurant bit. Low seating around an oval glass topped table for us. Good selection of tap and bottled beers served by a very pretty young lady, liked the iPad beer menu too. We ate snack food, again not cheap but good. The actual place is a bit dark, but it is well appointed and fairly classy.
Visited the Public House at the Luxor. Nice atmosphere but as already mentioned the prices are outrageous! $14 for a Stone Ruination? Times are a changin’ and there are better beer bars in Vegas for the money...even on the Strip.
Best place for beer on the strip that I’ve found so far. 26 taps and always a beer on cask. Decent selection of bottles too. Cool place with a great whiskey selection too. They offer flights, but they’re pre-determined. Prices range from $8-$14 per glass. Bartenders are great and their service was exceptional. Hit up their sister restaurant as well (Holsteins in the Cosmopolitan).