Downtown Las Vegas is in the process of being totally revamped, and is a late night hot spot for tourists and locals alike. With the recent reopening of Main St., DTLV has more restaurants than ever before. Whether you’re a tourist enjoying the nightlife of Fremont St. or a local night owl, many of the restaurants are open late. We’ve rounded up 5 places to grab satisfying snacks into the early hours of the morning!
Freedom Beat (Casino floor of Downtown Grand Hotel and Casino) is an American restaurant that offers something quite different: Happy Hour from 2 a.m. until 5 a.m. This dining slash concert venue provides late night adventurers a place to grab an app and a cocktail at 50% off. If cocktails aren’t your thing, they also offer craft beers with the same discount. For those enjoying downtown through the sunrise, Freedom Beat also offers steak and eggs, the perfect late night/early morning treat! Freedom Beat is open 24 hours.
Craving a perfect pizza to go with a night of drinking? Look no further than Pizza Rock, where you’ll find gourmet pizza created by a 12-Time Pizza Champ. The award-winning Cal Italia pizza is to die for. With ingredients like asiago, gorgonzola, fig preserve and prosciutto di parma, this pizza is sure to be the most unique late night snack you’ll have the pleasure of trying. Pizza Rock is open until 2 a.m. on weekends (midnight on weekdays).
If you’re into more of a dive-y, retro vibe, check out ReBAR. The bar where “everything is for sale” serves sausages, hot dogs and the like. They offer vegan options, like the Vegan Kielbasa on a white roll. Be sure to check in on Yelp to receive a free draft beer with sausage purchase! ReBAR is open until 2 a.m. on weekends.
Nothing goes with a night spent with friends quite like nachos. Nacho Daddy creates endless concoctions of gourmet nachos; enough to easily share with your whole crew. It’s essential to try Nacho Daddy’s signature drink: The Scorpion Shot. It’s made with Nacho Daddy Patron Anejo, scorpion, salt and a lime wedge. Nacho Daddy is open until 2 a.m. on weekdays, and 3 a.m. on weekends.
It’s always a good time for Thai. Le Thai offers their famous dish, the 3-Color Curry, which has a blend of red, yellow and green curries. It’s a great late night stop, complete with an 800 sq. ft. beer garden and performances by local DJs. Le Thai is open until 11 p.m. on weekdays, and midnight on weekends.