The nickname says it all.
Before Las Vegas Boulevard was world-famous, Fremont Street was the epicenter of activity in Downtown Las Vegas as early as 1905.
That Americans love a novelty is borne out every day, and reinforced by the fact that four unicorn-themed cookbooks have been published this year.
With its plethora of street art and art installations, indie-eclectic food concepts and various decades of architectural integrity, downtown Las Vegas has quickly become one of the most instagram-able locales in the country.
I had heard rumblings about the Kentucky and Moscow Mules at this locale that's one of the newer additions to Fremont Street's lengthy list of quality bars, but was blown away by the quality, ingredients and presentation of this bodacious cocktail.
Thanks in part to Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh, parts of DTLV that used to be barren wastelands are now trendy spots for hipsters, families and tourists.