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Las Vegas is a foodie’s dream come true, with a diverse culinary scene that includes everything from fine dining restaurants to hidden local gems. If you’re visiting Vegas and you’re in the mood for a pint of beer and some great pub grub, we’ve created this list just for you. From traditional Irish pubs to hip, trendy pubs, we’ve included only the best spots for Vegas pub fare.

1. Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

Located at Caesars Palace, this raved-about pub and grill is brought to you by the award-winning Chef Gordon Ramsay, who has created an authentic British pub in the heart of Sin City. Here you can enjoy a vast array of beers on tap, accompanied by outstanding pub food.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is made up of two restaurants in one: on the casual pub side, you can savor traditional favorites like fish and chips and shepherd’s pie, while on the grill side, you’ll find a more upscale vibe and menu.

Dishes You’ve Got To Try:

  • Grilled Pub Burger: English sharp cheddar, applewood smoked bacon, fries
  • Braised Short Rib & Cabbage: butter poached cabbage, white cheddar mashed potatoes, beef jus

2. Ri Ra Irish Pub

This extraordinary pub located at Mandalay Bay is a true Irish export – the whole thing was constructed in Ireland and then shipped to Las Vegas. What results is a warm and inviting 19th-century-style pub setting with rescued artifacts and antique bars. Both visitors and locals love sharing a drink of Guinness or whiskey here over a great conversation.

Every night of the week, Ri Ra Irish Pub offers live entertainment, including traditional Irish bands and touring bands direct from Ireland. The drink menu here is vast and varied, and the food menu is to die for with creative takes on traditional Irish pub food that will exceed your expectations.

Dishes You’ve Got To Try:

  • Dubliner Burger: Fresh rosemary-infused lamb patty, goat cheese, whiskey onions, curry aioli, toasted bun
  • Jameson Salmon: 7oz grilled salmon roulade, whiskey honey glaze, mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts & bacon

3. McMullan’s Irish Pub

Address: 4650 W. Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Phone: (702) 247-7000

Just 10 minutes west of the Las Vegas Strip and next to The Orleans, this delightful Irish pub considers itself the closest you can get to a traditional Irish public house in this part of the world. McMullan’s Irish Pub consists of multiple rooms decorated in a vintage pub style, where you can sip on a glass of whiskey and engage in conversation.

Both visitors and locals rave about this place, with its consistently friendly service and outstanding comfort food, including traditional fish and chips and shepherd’s pie. The main bar features an entire wall of whiskeys to choose from. McMullan’s is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Dishes You’ve Got To Try:

  • Grand Irish Reuben: Corned Beef, Grilled Marble Rye, Red Onion Relish & White Irish Cheddar
  • Diddy’s Irish Stew: A Hearty & Traditional Stew of Braised Lamb, Potatoes & Vegetables. Served with Homemade Brown Bread

4. Berlin

Address: 201 E Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Phone: (702) 463-9919

This vibrant local hangout in the Downtown Arts District has a punk dive bar feel, with unique décor inspired by the fall of the Berlin wall (they even have a piece of it). Here you can watch great live music, enjoy a cold beer, and savor delicious pub food.

Berlin has free weekly events like Punk Rock Karaoke and Dirty Bingo that will make your visit extra fun. They offer a drink menu that includes beers from around the world, as well as creative cocktails. Their food menu comprises Bavarian-inspired delicacies, hot dogs, burgers, pizza, wings, and more, with something to satisfy anyone’s hunger.

Dishes You’ve Got To Try:

  • Pretzel Board: Chartucarie that feeds 4-6 people with cheese, meats, sausage, and pickles served on a giant pretzel platter
  • Bangkok Dog: Thai peanut sauce, cucumber, bell pepper, onion, shredded carrot, cilantro

5. 595 Craft and Kitchen

Address: 4950 S Rainbow Blvd #100, Las Vegas, NV 89118
Phone: (702) 586-1050

This modern gastropub was opened to strengthen the craft brewing community in Vegas. Located 15 minutes south of the Strip, 595 Craft and Kitchen has a modern, industrial vibe and super-friendly service.

The menu here consists of bar food from around the world – everything from Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches to tacos. And because it’s open until 1 am, it’s a perfect late-night spot where you can enjoy a pint of locally brewed craft beer and delicious food. Stop in for happy hour from 3 pm to 6 pm every day.

Dishes You’ve Got To Try:

  • Fried Deviled Eggs: Togarashi, Scallion, and Gochujang Aioli
  • Pork Belly Burger: Cabbage Slaw, Gochujang Aioli, and Fried Shallots

6. Crown & Anchor Pub

Address: 4755 W Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone: (702) 876-4733

This popular pub in Spring Valley is inspired by British pubs but with a bit of Vegas flair thrown in. Crown & Anchor Pub is open 24/7 and offers 30 draughts of beer from around the world alongside a menu of classic British pub food. The food menu is available any time of day or night.

There’s a large grass patio outside the pub that’s shaded and lovely to enjoy a meal with a pint of ale. They love dogs here, so feel free to bring your pup with you. The food here is delicious and allows you to try English favorites you may not have ever tried. Come in for their Sunday dinner special.

Dishes You’ve Got To Try:

  • Scotch Egg: A hard-boiled egg wrapped in spiced sausage, served with mustard sauce
  • Bangers & Mash: English-style sausages & homemade mashed potatoes, served with English Heinz baked beans

7. Royal Brittania Gastro Pub

If you’re getting in some retail therapy at the Grand Canal Shoppes inside The Venetian, be sure to stop in for lunch at this British-inspired pub. Here you can find reasonably priced, delicious pub fare inspired by traditional English recipes. Royal Brittania Gastro Pub has a friendly, casual atmosphere and attentive service.

Pair your meal with a scotch or whiskey, or of course a pint of stout. The food menu also offers bar food from around the world, with selections like Teriyaki Glazed Salmon and Philly Cheesesteaks. The vintage, elegant decor features an antique-style bar and tufted red leather seating.

Dishes You’ve Got To Try:

  • Britannia banger Bites: Crispy garlic mashed potato bites with mild sausage, sharp cheddar, stout beer gravy
  • Fish and Chips: beer-battered cod, French fries, tartar sauce, coleslaw

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