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As soon as the sun sinks behind the mountains, the Las Vegas skyline illuminates in the valley and the nightlife buzzes with a unique energy that draws in thousands of tourists, worldwide. When it comes to deciding where to dine, the list is endless in terms of variety and atmosphere. For delicious food and a unique experience, Las Vegas’ speakeasy bars are a great way to go.


The Laundry Room

As with most Las Vegas speakeasies, you don’t just simply walk in. Adding to the authenticity and old school spirit of the boozy underworld, you must either be invited, have the secret password or as with The Laundry Room, you’ll have to get permission. There’s only 27 seats and it’s located inside the walls of Commonwealth. Adding in that there’s a list of rules that must be followed, The Laundry Room guarantees a unique experience.



For a great, off the strip location, Capo’s is the place to go for a fun and entertaining night. First, you’ll need to get through the secret door, but don’t worry, they make it easy. With the darkly lit atmosphere, live entertainment and delicious food, Capo’s is a great spot for a night out.


Herbs & Rye

This location is easy to miss during the day, but once the night begins, it’s a great place to enjoy cocktails made with vintage recipes and is a favorite among locals and frequent visitors. Herbs and Rye great food and delicious steaks that are half off during happy hour.


The Blind Pig

Tucked away in a luxury high-rise, The Blind Pig is named after the slang term for speakeasies. This location is big on keeping the old school, gangster atmosphere alive and prides itself on their in house, specialty cocktail, The Blind Pig.


365 Tokyo

One of the most exclusive speakeasy locations in Las Vegas is 365 Tokyo. You must be a member to enjoy this one of a kind experience. It only sits 10 at a time, but here you can enjoy custom made cocktails catered specifically to each guest while overlooking Fremont Street.


There are many more speakeasy bars tucked away, on and off the strip. Stop in and enjoy the old Vegas feel and have some great food, just don’t forget the password.