New Vegas Lounge gets crowded fast, especially when the "Out of Town Blues Band" is on stage. If the night is ... More
New Vegas Lounge
New Vegas Lounge gets crowded fast, especially when the "Out of Town Blues Band" is on stage. If the night is right, the band will indulge in a little audience participation or bring willing people on stage. The bar is small but friendly. Requesting table service is the best option. Patrons must be at least 18.
Great time. Literally impossible to get a drink. Get ready to lose a bunch of money just walking through the door, and it doesn't stop there. Stop by Fed Ex Field on the way there to pick up some beers, you will get a better bargain!
In a span of three hours we were only able to order 2 rounds of drinks, and the bar was not terribly crowded. Cover was $40 a person with a $20 minimum to use a credit card, and we were forced to beg for drinks! Everyone was irritated by the situation and if one attempted to get the attention of one of the bartenders they simply ignored you or rolled their eyes at you as they shuffled around appearing to do nothing. Would love to go back again, but not to spend money on the people working there.
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