Best Hangout Spots in Las Vegas

Best Hangout Spots in Las Vegas

There is more to Las Vegas than the glitz and glamor of the Strip. Las Vegas has steered away from the mainstream commercial entertainment that The Strip offers and created pockets of hidden gems that the locals love to hang out at. Here is our list of the best Hangout Spots in Las Vegas. 

The Arts District 

The City of Las Vegas has launched a massive revitalization effort of downtown and the surrounding areas, these efforts have given new life into the Arts District which is located on Main Street. The Las Vegas Arts District is full of bars, breweries, places to eat and vintage clothing and furniture stores. This has made it a prime location for daytime hangs, and nighttime bar hops for locals and tourists alike. There is always a new place to explore here, stay in the know with Arts District news and events here. 

The Fergusons Downtown

The Fergusons Downtown is a vintage Vegas motel turned hangout spot. The Fergusons are now home to shops where local vendors sell an array of goods, a courtyard where you can catch some live music, and places to eat and drink. They hold events frequently from their Market in The Alley, an outdoor market made up of local vendors, Pour in The Alley, a curated culinary experience built around spirits and non-alcoholic beverages, and Jam Sessions where you can listen to local artists while enjoying the courtyard. 

Tivoli Village

If you’re in the mood for upscale food, drinks, and shopping Tivoli Village is the place to be. Tivoli Village has a curated retail and dining; the heart of the Village sits Restoration Hardware and is surrounded by an array of restaurants like Echo & Rig Butcher & Steakhouse, Brio, and many more. Hosting weekly Yoga on The Piazza, farmers markets, amongst others keep an eye out for events and browse their directory here. 

Water Street District 

The historic Water Street District in Henderson has gotten a much-needed facelift and is on its way to being a must-see spot. Their huge revitalization efforts have transformed the area into a hub for new places to eat, drink, and live. WestCorp Management Group is set to open a mixed-use community right in the heart of the Water Street District. Browse their property portfolio here.