Neighbourhoods in Las Vegas

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  • TKSSHAMMIE
    Nixa, MO313 contributions
    Lots of places to eat and shop, and security keeps most of the “rif raf” out, so you aren’t being harassed by anyone. Seems like some of the places are still having staffing issues and are not open everyday or close earlier than other places on the Promenade.
    Written 7 May 2022
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  • Dave C
    Seattle, WA132 contributions
    Downtown is WAY better value! Food, gambling and room rates. Also, casinos are within easy walking, not a 1/2 mile. First time? YES.
    Written 19 January 2022
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  • Jeff P
    Walnut Creek, CA12 contributions
    18 square blocks of previous industrial space is undergoing a transformation into a hip area with local breweries, independent food outlets, antique shops, art galleries and installations, and generally interesting walk-around and discover experiences.

    We were attracted at first by the support that created several micro-breweries, and enjoyed a pub-crawl through Nevada Beer Works, Servehzah Bottle Shop and Tap Room, Hop Nuts Brewing, and eventually Able Baker Brewing, which seems to be the matriarch of the bunch.

    Along the way we discovered Vintage Vegas Antiques, Modern Mantiques and a number of attractive and interesting vintage clothing and curious artist venues. While not pedestrian-only, this is an easy to walk (and feel safe) district. We weren't able to enjoy the First Friday event, but is looks like an enjoyable aside from the ding-ding-ding of casinos.
    Written 23 February 2022
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA13,103 contributions
    Be prepared, this sign is not very big and has been moved from another part of town. But it is the icon and everyone takes a photo one way or another.
    Written 28 April 2020
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  • Thomas Sims
    Las Vegas, NV336 contributions
    The walking trail is well-maintained and meanders from side-to-side. There are benches along the trail if you need to rest. I love seeing the hummingbirds flittering all around. One of the off-shoot trails is what I call Birdhouse Alley. It's a short offshoot, but you'll see a variety of birdhouses. It's not very well-lit at night so you may want to go earlier in the day.
    Written 7 September 2020
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  • Jen A
    Cincinnati, OH81 contributions
    I've been to HCW in other cities and this one is pretty much the same. It's fun to go and see what merchandise they have, visit the chocolate sculpture (Lady Liberty was pretty cool), and grab a treat or a milkshake. I snagged a late night milkshake and was very happy with both the shake itself and the quick service.
    Written 17 June 2022
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