On any night of the week, the vibe inside Blondies Sports Bar & Grill is as electric as the neon beer signs and side-by-side big-screen TVs that light up the brick-lined bar. The sights and sounds of UFC matches and NBA games entertain guests as they cut into a rib-eye steak or throw back a freshly poured pint of Bud or Shock Top. Overheard, colorful college football pennants hang from the ceiling, encouraging patrons to get into the competitive spirit themselves during weekly beer pong tourneys.
At Public House, located within The Venetian, executive chef Anthony Meidenbauer and his crew reinvent pub classics with a gourmet flare and pair them with wine, spirits, and more than 200 premium beers. Inside the kitchen, chefs grill dry-aged steaks and flip through their brains' built-in cookbooks before whipping up inventive fare such as scallops served with oxtail stew. Customers can call upon the on-staff certified cicerone, or beer sommelier, to help choose domestic or international brews that best accentuate their selections' flavors. A climate-controlled cube chills wine, scotch, and bourbon, and handmade garnishes top both specialty cocktails and any bartenders dressed in formal attire
Located inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, the spirit of friendly competition hangs in the air at db's Pong & Pool Hall, which is home to 20,000 square feet of beer-pong tables, foosball machines, and dartboards. The hall welcomes eagle-eyed beer-pong players to compete in cash tournaments and pool players to sink the 8 ball into the corner pocket or a beer glass turned on its side. If their draft beers haven't been spilled on the felt, patrons can sip them while huddling around high-definition TVs to cheer on their teams or sauntering over to the pub's stage to catch a live performance.
Treasure Island's location on the Strip comes in close proximity to dozens of attractions, including a pedestrian bridge that connects the hotel to Fashion Show Mall. After perusing high-end wares, travelers can stroll down the Strip to bathe in the neon lights, hop between nightclubs, or get hitched in one of the city’s infamous themed chapels. An array of shows dazzles on a nightly basis, from standup comedians to Motown revues to opulent magic shows. Off the Strip, the quirky Pinball Hall of Fame caters to one’s arcade-craving inner child with vintage amusements, such as the 1952 Crossroads pinball machine.
There are 42 beers on tap at Firkin on Paradise. But the veritable monsoon of Guinness, Bass, and Old Speckled Hen isn’t the only thing rushing through the air: darts, pool balls, and shuffle board pieces fly about in the name of recreation. And the extensive menu of English pub food only makes the beer and games more enjoyable. It features classics such as fish 'n’ chips, BLTs, and even mac 'n' cheese with ham as an inventive kicker ingredient.
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"This is one fantabulous place!" - @ImBlairCollins
"Great food great service and best any game right at your table...!!!! " - Nat C (via Foursquare)