A New York-style piano bar in the heart of Fremont Street, Don’t Tell Momma is like a live show that changes every night. Bring your skills to open mic sessions or watch the antics of some of the city’s best pianists and singers as they cover classic songs.
Oh, and did we mention the singers are also the bartenders?
Fremont Street is where it all began. In downtown Vegas, this 5-block stretch of neon is home to some of the oldest casinos in Vegas. Also known as Glitter Gulch for its massive walls of neon signs, it hosts regular free concerts, a zipline, a massive overhead video display, and just about every type of street performer you can think of. First-timers to Vegas cannot miss a walk through Fremont Street.
Get your comfort food fix in downtown Vegas at EAT. Homemade cinnamon rolls, real corned beef hash, and truffled egg sandwiches make this no-frills spot the perfect place to enjoy breakfast or brunch after a late night of exploring Vegas’ underground entertainment hotspots.
Dive into the world of organized crime in vintage Vegas at the Mob Museum. Check out a recreated prohibition-era speakeasy and distillery, try your skills at forensic science in the crime lab, and learn all about Vegas’ history of trouble making mobsters and criminals.
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