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Victorian Craft Cocktail Bar in Las Vegas
From $300/hr
Victorian Craft Cocktail Bar in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV
Craft cocktail bar situated in the heart of the Las Vegas Arts District. The lounge features a long, African Mahogany wood bar; an array of colorful, Victorian-esque furniture; dimly lit Edison lighting and ornate chandeliers; and an interactive art projection wall. The indoor space is industrial and moody with a touch of eccentric charm. The outdoor patio is a glossy pastel oasis, complete with white marble tables, sherbet-colored chairs, glittery pink epoxy flooring, plush drapes, and gorgeous floral mural. The patio also houses the "Little Dipper": a vintage 1960s analog dip & dunk photobooth
From $200/hr
High-quality Bar and Lounge in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV
This listing is for our Bar and Lounge. Our restaurant offers a unique dining experience that bridges Asian and American cultures. Our goal is to offer a dining experiences that awakens all your senses: sight, sound, scent and taste. Our menu offers the most high-quality ingredients including imported seafoods and purebred A5 Wagyu beef flown in daily from Japan. Enjoy the age-old tradition of hot pot with fresh delicious ingredients, where every dish is served to perfection.
From $300/hr
Perfect Restaurant in Las Vegas (Full Venue Buyout)
Las Vegas, NV
This is for the Full Venue Buyout. Our restaurant offers a unique dining experience that bridges Asian and American cultures. Our goal is to offer a dining experiences that awakens all your senses: sight, sound, scent and taste. Our menu offers the most high-quality ingredients including imported seafoods and purebred A5 Wagyu beef flown in daily from Japan. Enjoy the age-old tradition of hot pot with fresh delicious ingredients, where every dish is served to perfection.
From $250/hr
Unique Restaurant Area in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV
This listing is for the Restaurant Area. Our restaurant offers a unique dining experience that bridges Asian and American cultures. Our goal is to offer a dining experiences that awakens all your senses: sight, sound, scent and taste. Our menu offers the most high-quality ingredients including imported seafoods and purebred A5 Wagyu beef flown in daily from Japan. Enjoy the age-old tradition of hot pot with fresh delicious ingredients, where every dish is served to perfection.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Happy Hour locations in Las Vegas, NV?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $200 to $600

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About Las Vegas

Las Vegas is home to some of the best entertainment anywhere in the world. With more glitz and glamour per inch than you possibly imagine, there’s never a dull moment in Las Vegas. For people wanting to visit though, Las Vegas isn’t just casinos and stage shows. There’s plenty of other things to see and do. From music venues to parks, to the best drinking, dancing, and fun you can find, Las Vegas is one of the liveliest cities anywhere.

Typically warm and dry year-round, the climate is tolerable for most of the year with little rainfall, though the heat can become oppressive during the summer. If what you’re in the mood for is a Las Vegas happy hour location, then you’ll have plenty to choose from.

Happy Hour Options in Las Vegas

Whether you’re looking to just grab a drink with some friends, host an after-party at a great local spot, or you’re planning a celebration and want a Las Vegas happy hour location to do it in, there’s no end to options in this popular destination. Just finding a happy hour space isn’t the only thing you’ll need to do, though. There is a lot to consider when looking for just the right venue.

  • Lighting
    Picking a great happy hour location will mean having a vision for the look of the space. Lighting is part of that vision as the ambiance of your event will come from the lighting. From bright overhead lights to subtle and dim wall sconces, the atmosphere is yours to create.

  • Bartenders
    What’s a happy hour without drinks? Offer a small mix of cocktails, beer and wine, or bring in a mixologist to create the perfect drink for every guest’s taste.

  • Caterer
    No one wants to indulge in delicious drinks without amazing food to accompany them. Choose a foodie theme and build a menu around it. This city has no shortage of restaurants and catering companies ready to please every hungry person at your happy hour in Las Vegas.

Happy Hour Companies in Las Vegas

The best happy hour event is a well-prepped one. Look to talent in Las Vegas to put your party together exactly the way you want it.

  • Renaissance Catering
    You don’t want just any type of food at your Las Vegas happy hour, but a talented caterer that can suit the type of event you’re throwing. Renaissance Catering not only offers fine foods, but they also have a variety of catering services available from a beverage bar, to barbecue, Mexican food and more. This way you’re likely to have enough options to keep all your guests happy.

  • LV Photo Party
    If you’re planning a happy hour celebration, then you likely want to capture a few memories of it on film. When a few selfies won’t do, it’s time to call in a professional to make sure that the best moments are captured and able to be shared with everyone. Ready to liven up your Las Vegas happy hour? LV Photo Party has everything from photo booths to sittings where everyone can put on the perfect pose.

  • Las Vegas Party Pros
    You’ll want your happy hour space to have live entertainment, and you’ll want it to be spectacular. That’s where Las Vegas Party Pros comes in. They have mobile DJs available for any situation and can even set up things like Karaoke and specialty acts for when you want to take happy hour to the next level.

Pros and Cons of Happy Hour in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has more to offer than most cities in America. With all those offerings though, there is an equal number of downsides that may make you rethink your choice of venue or location.

Advantages

  • Lots of outdoor activities
    If you’re one who likes to celebrate with a drink at happy hour and then go on a hike the next day, then Las Vegas is the place. You might be surprised to learn that there’s plenty of nature and outdoor activity in a city known for its neon.

  • Lower cost of living
    Compared to other major cities, and particularly those on the west side of the country, Las Vegas has a lower cost of living. This can make booking a happy hour venue cheaper and maybe even your drinks too!

  • Less traffic
    For such a major city, Las Vegas still has much less congestion and traffic than other comparable cities like Atlanta.

  • Easy access to travel
    If you’re constantly on the go doing business, then you’ll be happy to know that the airport in Las Vegas is quite good for a city of that size.

  • Lots of options
    Whether it’s happy hour, a bite to eat afterward, a show, a concert or something else, there’s plenty to find and do 24/7 in Las Vegas.

Disadvantages

  • Brutal summer weather
    It’s important to remember that Nevada, even the city of Las Vegas, is mostly desert. This means the summers are unbearable. This can really threaten your plans after happy hour.

  • No real seasons
    Just like with the brutal summer, if you’re looking to see snow or changing leaves in the fall, you’ll have to look elsewhere. That’s fine if you plan to stay inside drinking at happy hour, but on the notion that you do want to go outside, you’ll have to look elsewhere.

  • Scorpions
    No, we’re not talking about the hair band from the ’80s, Las Vegas has a large problem with scorpions. If you plan to spend time outside and you’re not fond of arachnids, you may want to reconsider the locale.

  • No public transit
    While driving in Las Vegas may be tolerable, if you don’t drive, you’re going to struggle to get around. This can make getting to happy hour without a car a chore.

  • It’s a pass-through city
    Don’t expect to get welcomed like a local in Vegas, because many of the residents are always coming and going, it’s not the warmest and inviting place to be.

Famous Locations in Las Vegas

  • The Mob Museum
    Who doesn’t love the mob? If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about organized crime dating all the way back to the 1920s, then The Mob Museum is the place to go. Showcasing the history of organized crime as well as how law enforcement dealt with them, you’ll find plenty of history and fun facts along the way about some of history’s most iconic gangsters.

  • Gold and Silver Pawn Shop
    If you’re a fan of the reality tv series Pawn Stars that ran several years ago, then you have to stop here. You’ll find an incredible vibe and odds and ends that are available for purchase for just about everything you can imagine. Once you’re done, you can see about booking a great happy hour location, such as a Victorian Craft cocktail bar. You’re sure to impress people with a choice like that.

  • Vegas Vic
    There’s lots of famous neon in Vegas, but perhaps none as iconic as the giant neon cowboy. While you’re touring around the city after happy hour, why not stop and take a few photos of Vegas Vic along with some of the many other famous neon signs around town.