Crown & Anchor has two locations away from the Strip, but if you’re looking for an authentic British pub, either spot is well worth the trip. The dive bar vibe is the perfect place for locals to gather to drink and socialize. Vegas is a popular destination for visitors from the United Kingdom, so if you’re looking to catch a game of soccer or rugby, then Crown & Anchor is your best bet.
This sleek and stylish bar at the Park MGM boasts the largest gin collection on the Strip, yet offers a wide array of both classic and inventive cocktails.Try the Carnival, made with Tanqueray 10 and cotton candy. The bar fills up quickly whenever a show wraps up at the nearby Park Theater, but Juniper is always a bright and vibrant social spot.
Operating on separate levels of the Wynn, Parasol Up and Parasol Down join together to form one of the best casino bars in Las Vegas. A grand, spiraling escalator separates one bar from the other with Up serving as more of a casino lounge and Down being more of an intimate cocktail rendezvous near the Lake of Dreams. The oversized umbrellas that hang from the ceiling are a nice, colorful touch.
Fans of “Vanderpump Rules” and the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” will be eager to lineup for this high-energy lounge at Casesars Palace. The venture by TV personality and restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump is vibrant and fun with chic decor and a stylish front patio courtyard. The food is colorful and the drinks skew on the sweeter side, making Vanderpump Cocktail Garden a must-visit during any girls trip to Vegas. If stiff libations aren’t your thing, try a glass of the signature rose. Heck, try a bottle.
Gold Spike in Downtown Vegas — just north of Fremont Street – has a Midwestern college town vibe. A fresh change of pace from the Strip, the venue has an indoor area (where DJs perform on weekends) and a large backyard for fire pits, beer pong and live bands.