Stop by the Art Bar on the ground floor and be sure to look up: The ceiling is covered with reproductions of classical pieces. Art Bar will also host periodic exhibits with local artists.
The MOB Bar originally opened in December of 2011, on the anniversary of Prohibition Repeal Day. In its new location in Downtown Grand Las Vegas, MOB Bar buzzes with live music and handcrafted cocktails.
The Furnace Bar is another unique watering hole. Located in the middle of the casino floor, the spot is reminiscent of a furnace used in an old neon sign factory.
The Spread Sports Book and Deli is a traditional New York-style deli and is located adjacent to the sports book so you can watch the game while grabbing a sandwich (preferably corned beef on rye).
The Ninth Island Hawaiian shave ice and daiquiris window and counter will be a breath of fresh air on those brutal triple-digit days of summer. An outdoor service counter promises speedy refreshments on the go.
Yet another feather in the cap of burgeoning downtown Las Vegas, the 634-room Downtown Grand hotel and casino is sleek and modern, a surprisingly understated look for the building that was formerly the Lady Luck Hotel and Casino. And with eight restaurants and four bars, the drinking and dining possibilities are as diverse as they are delicious. Here, we highlight a few favorites.