It’s no secret that Downtown has always been competing with The Strip – but in recent years the tables have turned.
From swanky high-rise penthouses to 170-square-foot micro-units, downtown Las Vegas has a lot of residential living options — and city officials want to get that word out.
The tiny yet terrific bar in Downtown’s Container Park focuses on a variety of mules, barrel-aged cocktails, and whiskey flights.
Spend the hottest hours of the day wandering some of Vegas’ wacky museums, including the Mob Museumand the Neon Museum, or head downtown to the 18b Arts District, the so-called “heart of art and culture in Southern Nevada.
Now that the weather feels like it is officially summertime, locals know the prime weather is after the sun sets for the day.
Lunchtime is busy at The Perch, where locals ordering healthy dishes occupy each table.