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Casinos

Both on and off Fremont Street, downtown casino-hotels run the gamut. You’ll find newly remodeled and glamorized casino-hotels, as well as long-time favorites – including one listed on National Register of Historic Places.

Dining

An assortment of both casual and formal dining awaits you in downtown Las Vegas.

  • Bocho Sushi

    • 577-599 East Carson Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
    • 702.750.0707
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  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Vic & Anthony’s

  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Starbucks Coffee (2)

  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Red Sushi

  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Lillie’s Asian Cuisine

  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Grotto

  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – The Grille

  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Chart House

  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Carson Street Café

  • Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – Buffet

  • Golden Gate Hotel & Casino – Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery

  • George Snack Bar

  • Gargano Italian Bistro

    • Gargano Italian Bistro, South Casino Center Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.366.0665
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  • Fremont Mediterranean Café

  • Fremont Hotel & Casino – Tony Roma’s

  • Fremont Hotel & Casino – Second Street Grill

  • Fremont Hotel & Casino – Rocky Mountain Chocolate

  • Fremont Hotel & Casino – Paradise Buffet & Café

  • Fremont Hotel & Casino – Lanai Express

  • Fremont Hotel & Casino – Dunkin’ Donuts

  • Four Queens Hotel & Casino – Dreyer’s Ice Cream

  • Four Queens Hotel & Casino – Noble Roman’s Pizza

  • Four Queens Hotel & Casino – Subway

  • Four Queens Hotel & Casino – Hugo’s Cellar

  • Four Queens Hotel & Casino – Magnolia’s Veranda

  • Four Queens Hotel & Casino – Chicago Brewing Company

  • Foley Food

  • Florida Café

  • El Sombrero Café

    • El Sombrero Cafe, South Main Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.382.9234
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  • Eat

  • Downtown Grand – The Spread

  • Downtown Grand – Red Mansion

  • Downtown Grand – Picnic

  • Downtown Grand – Stewart & Ogden

  • Downtown Grand – Commissary Latin Kitchen

  • Doña Maria Tamales

  • The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel – McDonald’s

  • The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel – D Grill

  • The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel – Andiamo Steakhouse

  • The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel – American Coney Island

  • Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop

  • Beat Coffeehouse & Records (The)

  • Goodwich

  • Heart Attack Grill

    • Heart Attack Grill, Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States
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  • Hennessey’s Tavern

  • Jack In The Box

  • Jason’s Deli

  • Kabob Korner

    • Kabob Korner, Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.384.7722
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  • Inspire News Café

    • Inspire New Cafe, Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.910.2388
    • frglv.com
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  • International Eatery

  • Kitchen Creations

    • Clark County Government Center, 500 S Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV, United States
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  • La Comida

  • Las Vegas Club

  • Las Vegas Country Saloon

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets – Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets – Subway

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets – Starbucks Coffee

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets – South Philly Steak & Fries

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets – Kung Pao Wok

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets – Great Steak & Potato Co.

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets- The Fudgery

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets – Dairy Queen/Orange Julius

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets – China Pantry

  • Las Vegas Premium Outlets- Auntie Anne’s Soft Pretzels

  • Le Thai

  • Lola’s – A Louisiana Kitchen

  • Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel – Triple 7 Restaurant & Microbrewery

  • Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel – Garden Court Buffet

  • Mermaid’s Casino

    • 32 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.382.5777
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  • Mickie Finnz

  • Mingo, Kitchen & Lounge

  • MTO Café

  • Mundo

  • Nacho Daddy

  • Ocha Cuisine

  • Park On Fremont

  • Piccadilly Pizza Fremont

    • 322 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.477.0188
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  • Pizza Rock

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – Pop Up Pizza

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – Oscar’s Steakhouse

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – Island Sushi & Hawaiian Grill

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – Hash House A Go Go

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – McDonald’s

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – Subway

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – Zaba’s Mexican Kitchen

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – Cafelatte

  • Plaza Hotel & Casino – Bier Garten

  • Rachel’s Kitchen at The Ogden

    • Rachel's Kitchen - Downtown at the Ogden, North Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.778.8800
    • rachelskitchen.com
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  • Radio City Pizza

  • Rincon Criollo

    • Rincon Criollo, South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.293.7827
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  • Rock ‘N’oodles

  • Salvadoreno Restaurant

    • Salvadoreno Restaurant, North Main Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.385.3600
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  • Starbucks Coffee

  • Streetcar Po Boys

  • Thai Original BBQ Restaurant

  • The Tiny Artisan

  • Triple George Grill

  • Uncle Joe’s Pizza

    • Uncle Joe's Pizza, Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.385.2162
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  • Viva Las Arepas

  • Wild @ The Ogden

  • Courthouse Bar & Grill

    • 330 S 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.388.8222
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  • Container Park – Sweet Spot Candy Shop

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – Simply Pure

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – SasaSweets Chillspot

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – Pork & Beans

    • 707 Fremont St Bldg 5, Ste 1050 Las Vegas, NV 89101
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – Pinches Tacos

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – Las Vegas Kettle Corn

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – JoJo’s Jerky

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – Cupkates

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – Bin 702

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Container Park – Big Ern’s

    • 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.637.4244
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  • Albo Pizza Restaurant

  • Casa Don Juan

  • Chicago Joe’s

  • City Center Quiznos

  • City Centre Café

    • 375 Lewis Ave, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.383.4055
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  • Container Park – Big Ern’s

  • Amanecer Salvadoreno

    • 1524 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.383.0901
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  • Anthony’s New York Pizza & Deli

    • 321 S Casino Center Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.896.0353
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  • Asada’s Tacos

    • 322 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101, United States
    • 702.473.5733
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  • Bar + Bistro @ The Arts Factory

  • Big D Subs

    • 316 Bridger Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA
    • 702.293.7827
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  • Binion’s Gambling Hall – Benny’s Smokin’ BBQ & Brews

  • Binion’s Gambling Hall

  • Binion’s Gambling Hall – Benny’s Bullpen

  • Binion’s Gambling Hall – Binion’s Café

  • Binion’s Gambling Hall – Binion’s Deli

  • Boston Pizza 1

  • Brass Lounge

  • Cafelatte

  • California Hotel & Casino – Aloha Specialties

  • California Hotel & Casino – California Club

  • California Hotel & Casino – Lappert’s Ice Cream Shop

  • California Hotel & Casino – Market Street Café

  • Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop

  • Redwood Bar & Grill

    • Redwood Bar and Grill at California Casino, East Ogden Avenue, Las Vegas, NV, United States
    • 702.385.1222
    • thecal.com
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  • Downtown Cocktail Room

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Arts and Culture

Begin your day in the arts district. The official moniker is 18b, The Las Vegas Arts District, so named for the 18 blocks it originally encompassed. Located in the southern portion of downtown Las Vegas, the area has expanded and continues to grow, offering an urban mix of residential, commercial and cultural uses, including eclectic galleries and studios, shops, restaurants and bars.

Municipal buildings also have art on display for public viewing. There are two art galleries in Las Vegas City Hall and a gallery in the central lobby of the Clark County Government Center.

Explore the unique museums in downtown Las Vegas. Enjoy the Neon Museum and Boneyard Park, the Mob Museum (the National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement) and the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum.

Complete your evening at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. This large, Art Deco-inspired performing arts center offers a rotating schedule of the best in theater, dance and music.

Historical Vegas

Though the area is known for constantly embracing the new, there are a number of places where visitors can view Las Vegas’ history. The Neon Museum showcases Las Vegas’ most iconic art form: the neon sign. Take a guided day or nighttime tour of over 150 vintage signs on display.

At the Mob Museum, experience an exciting and authentic view of organized crime’s impact on Las Vegas and beyond through engaging exhibits and presentations. This museum been named one of the “20 Places Every American Should See” by Fox News and Budget Travel magazine.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum has many permanent exhibits, including one showcasing Ancient Egypt and the boy pharaoh King Tut. The museum’s Wild Nevada Gallery draws visitors into the scenic, rugged beauty of the Mojave Desert. A large variety of plants and animals are featured in this multisensory gallery, engaging visitors with computer animation and interactive exhibits.

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park was built by the first permanent non-native settlers in the Las Vegas Valley, a group of Mormon missionaries who constructed an adobe fort along Las Vegas Creek in 1855. Today, the park includes a remnant of the original fort and interpretive displays. The Visitor Center contains exhibits on the history of the site, as well as historical artifacts.

Just Plain Fun

Here are a few ideas to get you started on fun times downtown:

Fremont Street Experience is a one-of-a-kind entertainment venue and pedestrian mall that is home to the Viva Vision canopy, offering hourly nighttime light-and- sound shows featuring 12.5 million LED lights and a 550,000-watt sound system. Fly under it all on Slotzilla, where riders take off from a 12-story, slot machine-themed platform and soar on a zip line at either 70 or a thrilling 110 feet above ground.

Next-door, to the east, is the entrance to the Fremont East Entertainment District, a pedestrian-friendly area that combines diverse street-life, local eateries, bars and cocktail lounges, lively entertainment, special events, retail, and residential living while preserving a historic gambling locale. On the corner of Fremont and Sixth streets, inside the Emergency Arts building, you’ll find the Burlesque Hall of Fame, dedicated to preserving the living legacy of burlesque as an art form and cultural phenomenon. It offers a collection of lavish costumes, stage props, photographs and personal effects documenting the careers and lives of burlesque dancers, comics and producers over nearly a century. The museum is a growing testament to the power and social impact of the art of the tease.

Vintage and antique seekers will find downtown Las Vegas to be a shopping haven with more than 20 independent stores comprising Antique Alley, located in and near 18b, The Las Vegas Arts District.

Why not “take in a show” while you’re here? Several reality TV shows are filmed on location in Las Vegas. The most famous is Pawn Stars, the History Channel’s series about the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop. Another fun place to visit is Rick’s Restorations, the site of the History Channel’s American Restoration series.

  • Dayvid Figler and Rae Lathrop

    DF: Downtown was great as a kid and it is even greater as an adult. I love all of downtown’s hidden gems, its vibrancy, history and sense of connection. Rae is relatively newer to Las Vegas, but just as passionate about downtown. Downtown lends itself to the shared experience, and as a couple we both love seeing this part of the city through each other's eyes. Photo: Lucky Wenzel

     

  • Rob Ponte

    Some of the best nights I’ve experienced started out with no plan other than walking around to check out what’s going on. The great thing about having so many bars and restaurants downtown is the ability to move around if you’re not feeling the vibe in one place. There are plenty of options just outside the door. Photo: Lucky Wenzel

  • Brandon Wiegand

    The downtown Las Vegas of today has much to attract residents - a burgeoning restaurant and nightlife scene, growing diversity of businesses, and major centers of art and culture. Plus, living downtown I am easily within walking or biking distance of it all. Photo: Lucky Wenzel

  • Hank Gordon, Chairman of Laurich Properties

    It is always a pleasure to deal with the city of Las Vegas’ economic development department. The staff is really interested in helping create a positive business environment to work with.

  • Jonathan Jenkins, Founder & CEO of OrderWithMe

    As our company continues its rapid growth, we quickly realized the need to set up a formal U.S. headquarters. We explored multiple cities and were about to make the move to San Francisco, and then we heard about the complete reinvention of downtown Las Vegas. Coming from China where things are booming and growing, we love that downtown Vegas now has a similar vibe of energy and change. Not only is there an exciting tech community here and much lower costs than the Bay Area, but we love the fact that almost every industry group brings their conventions to our front door once a year.

  • Andy Hsieh, Owner of Lux Delux

    We love the vibrancy and energy of Las Vegas, and downtown is at the heart of it all. That's why we've launched our mobile platform with a focus on downtown. This is an exciting time in Las Vegas history, where community, commerce and technology are all converging at once. Downtown is our city's hidden gem.

  • Ramesh Srinivasan, Chief Marketing Officer & Head of Partnerships of SocialWellth

    We chose to relocate from the suburbs to downtown for several reasons. Our brand image and that of downtown’s mesh perfectly. The new downtown Las Vegas reflects a more hip, startup, social media-style image. Additionally, downtown’s emerging technology corridor, anchored by Zappos, is an environment that enhances our ability to recruit the types of technical skill sets required for our continued growth and success.

  • Mark Brandenburg, President of Golden Gate

    I think downtown Las Vegas is a unique blend of intimacy and great energy. Plus, in contrast to The Strip, it’s so easy to walk around…The Golden Gate has been here for over 100 years and with all the changes going on downtown, it feels like a new era. It truly is a renaissance—the rebirth of a classic.

  • Roberto Mendoza, Co-owner of Banger Brewing

    The city has been great in helping us with the licensing and procedures necessary to start a business. There hasn't been a brewery built in the city of Las Vegas for probably 10 years. So for them it hasn't been a typical ‘cut and paste’ thing. We're something different. It was a team work process to get us opened – a lot of talk and listening on both sides. And now the city started opening up the doors for other breweries once we were up and running. Good news for us and good news for the future. (Photo: Lucky Wenzel)

  • Alexandra Epstein, Executive Vice President of El Cortez Casino Hotel

    This downtown area… is emerging and where many events are happening.

  • Meghan Mossler, Owner of Stitch Factory

    The city and the department of economic development have been very helpful to us and all the other downtown business owners. It’s such a community here, and everyone asks you what you need. That kind of help launching a business is amazing and priceless.

  • Pamela Dylag, Co-owner of Velveteen Rabbit

    The city is so supportive of new businesses. Things are popping up constantly. (Photo: Lucky Wenzel)

  • Marc Abelman, CFO & Co-owner of Inside Style

    Downtown is becoming very much in demand…there’s a limited supply. Run fast, don’t walk.

  • Sam Cherry, CEO of Cherry Development

    For a while, downtown was one of the only places in the valley you would see cranes when you drove around. It was nice that city government stepped up and the private sector married with the public sector to create amazing projects that filled the gap. That was very important for us.

  • Johnny Jimenez, Owner of Toy Shack of Las Vegas

    Our business is booming amid the foot traffic on Fremont Street, and we’ve started to see how tourists are falling in love with downtown as they discover it. In the past year, we’re increasingly hearing things like, ‘Wow, next time we’ll stay downtown instead of on The Strip,’ or ‘We’ve visited downtown many times, but this is the first year we’ve actually stayed in a downtown hotel.’ They like that there is more to do within a smaller walking radius.

  • Rich Worthington, President and CEO of The Molasky Group of Companies

    Historically, downtown Las Vegas has not been a top destination for many locals, but in recent years… that trend is reversing itself. Given all the recent openings and progress, there’s much to explore and experience downtown.