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).
A upscale fun and trendy bar in the casino shopping area. Very nice with great service for the crazy crowds. Beer list is good and extensive, with nothing mind blowing but good. Food is great, I have a lamb meatball sandwich which was amazing. Price is the big issue, very expensive and no deals at all. If you can afford it you will have fun, but I was cringing quite a bit.
This place is one of the best vegas has to offer in craft beers. about 20 taps and massive bottle list. hot waitresses and had the best steak I’ve ever had at this place. Pretty relaxed atmosphere maybe even book before you go to make sure you get a table. Well worth a visit when in vegas!
Be sure to make a reservation if you’re going here in the evening. The beer list looks quite nice, and you get an iPad to browse through the selection once seated. I don’t see the point of the iPad though, as out of the first six we ordered, three were out of stock, the waiter giving us different excuses each time. The whole idea of an iPad menu should be to have it updated easily I think. The food was nice, but far from great, and service a little so and so. Prices rather steep, and overall, it’s far from the best place I’ve visited in the US.
Really cool place. Ambience is dark jazzy type bar feel. Service was excellent, well attentive, knowledgeable, and friendly. Prices were pretty high but hey its good beer in Vegas. Overall the only beer destination on the strip besides gettin the Nevada tick from sin city.
decent selection of beer and good appetizers. it was a bit of on the pricey side, but since it was on the strip in vegas, thats expected. the service was slow ans the bartender didnt know what they had or didnt know what they have in stock.
What a great little pub: great food and beers. Yes, the beer is Strip price, but the selection of taps and bottle sis great, the service was friendly, the food excellent and upscale. Although flights are fiixed with 4 4 on for 17$, free samples if the bartender is friendly. Thanks Bozo!
On Restaurant Row in the Venetian. Very modern looking. Service is friendly and fairly knowledgable about beer. Food is solid. Prices are steep, but not out of line for on the strip in Vegas. Beer selection probably was the most impressive on the strip. A definite place to visit when in Las Vegas.
Chill spot at the Venetian Casino, away from the murderous ringing of slot machines. It has a surprisingly authentic feel, not too disney or airport-y. The bartenders were nice and had a cursory knowledge of their beer. OK number of taps, with some good seasonal rotation. The selection in bottles is very good as well if you’re willing to pay. The value isn’t good. I know Vegas is expensive but I’m not into paying $12 for 10oz of draft beer. There’s no beer less than $7 on the menu.