Downtown Las Vegas is famous for a number of attractions and additionally it now  has a great nightlife providing cocktails, live music and secret hideouts, Fremont Street bars have it all!  To find out some of the best Fremont Street bars keep on reading below.

Micki Finnz

425 Fremont St

OK so you might have already guessed from the name that this is a beached themed bar.  This is a great bar and if you like your live music then they offer a schedule of performers everyday of the week.  In addition to this they also have happy hour specials between Monday - Friday including deals such as $4 draft beers and $3 house wines.

If you are also feeling a little hungry you can also grab a bite to eat here.  As you would expect from the theme they serve some lovely seafood dishes but you can find others such as pizzas and burgers.

The Commonwealth

525 E Fremont St 

Happy Hour:  Wednesday-Friday 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Speakeasy text 702-701-1466

In terms of all the bars on Fremont Street this one is a relatively new one.  It's a very stylish pre-prohibition themed bar great for meeting up with friends and testing out some fabulous cocktails on offer from their extensive menu.

There are three bars here, one on the main level, another on the rooftop terrace which offers some great music events and another secret speakeasy bar.  The speakeasy called the Laundry Room can only be accessed via a text to enable you to make a reservation.  Once this has been booked you will be given instruction on how to access.

The Griffin

511 Fremont St

Happy Hour:  Sun-Thur, 10:00-11:00 pm

Although this place may not seem that inviting please don't let this put you off.  This is one of the most popular places on Fremont Street.  Suitably dimly lit, red seating booths, brick walls and some flame burners to give the place that magical lighting really gives this place a wonderful ambiance.  You would be hard pushed not to find yourself a drink you will love in this bar.  With it's extensive range of drinks here there is something for everyone.  The prices are very reasonable compared to the rest of the area and they also operate a happy hour between Sunday and Thursday, 10:00 - 11:00 pm offering deals such a $3 well drinks and $1 hamms beers.

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Atomic Liquors

917 Fremont Street

This bar is the oldest freestanding bar on Fremont Street and has some fantastic history behind it.  The naming of the bar has come from the time that customers would sit on the roof drink in hand and watching the mushroom clouds from the atomic bomb testing which was carried out in the Nevada desert.  There have been many famous faces to pass through these doors including the Rat Pack and regular visits from Barbra Streisand who even had her own chair.

Don't Tell Mama

517 Fremont Street

Free entry

If you fancy a taste of New York or just want to experience some live music then this bar is defiantly worth a visit.  Don't Tell Mama offer an open mic night every Tuesday through to Sunday.  They offer any budding star an opportunity to sing anything from Broadway, show tunes, pop, rock, cabaret so there is plenty to  offer all music tastes.  

Downtown Cocktail Room

111 Las Vegas Boulevard South

4-7 Monday - Friday half off everything

This place is great for any cocktail lovers featuring an extensive list of drinks including their own recipes or if you want something more familiar then you can choose from one of the classics.  There is a great happy hour special offering half price on all drinks between 4-7, Monday-Friday.

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515 Fremont St

This bar is the new kid on the block but this place certainly doens't give this impression from the inside.  The bar has been decorated in a subtle 70's decor to give an impression that the bar has stood the test on time and giving the customer the classic bar feel.  The bar has a modern twist featuring some delicious drinks and a cool DJ both pumping out high energy rock and indie sounds rock and indie from the 70's and 80's