It’s that time of year again for alfresco dining in Las Vegas! Below are a few of venues to eat and drink at this Spring season.
Named “Burger of the Year” by GQ magazine, Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book at SLS Las Vegas has a devoted following among food lovers and burger fanatics around the world. With more than 50 TVs spanning the venue, a massive LED video wall, and an onsite William Hill Sports Book, Umami is a one-stop-shop for sports fans and foodies alike. Umami also features an outdoor beer garden with views overlooking the Strip with a selection of over 35 craft beers.
The LifeCafé at Life Time Athletic in Green Valley offers the perfect poolside spot for food, drinks, and relaxation on its resort-style patio. The health-conscious menu includes delicious panini sandwiches, hearty bowls, and soups, kid’s meals, plus shakes and smoothies. The LifeCafé Poolside hours are 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Park on Fremont boasts both a front and back patio along Fremont Street. The spacious back patio garden includes artwork created from eroded items such as a Cinderella-style carriage, a seesaw and mosaic hopscotch complemented by lush greenery and vibrant décor. Park on Fremont’s front patio provides an unobstructed view of Fremont Street, creating a picturesque setting for an evening on the town or a relaxing weekend brunch. The menu features savory small plates such as Mac and Cheese balls and Fried Pickles, as well as larger entrees such as the Fried Chicken and Waffle Sandwich and the Philly Mac and Cheese Steak. The drink menu boasts a wide variety of both craft and draft beers as well as handcrafted cocktails served in mason jars.
Commonwealth, a stylish 6,000 square-foot-cocktail bar is a collision of art and architectural influences inspired by pre-Prohibition era design and libations. The venue boasts an incredible rooftop patio directly overlooking Fremont Street with plenty of room for drinks and dancing.
Located on a rooftop overlooking the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and the Fountains of Bellagio, BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas offers more than 100 draft beers, including 36 selections on tap, along with craft beer cocktails, signature cocktails and wine on tap. BEER PARK’s picnic-inspired atmosphere also offers dozens of high-def televisions offering premium sports views from any seat, as well as billiards and adult-sized yard games, including Jenga and Connect Four. BEER PARK also offers live betting on its in-house sportsbook, one of just a few places in Las Vegas outside of casino sports books to offer live betting.
It’s always fun in the sun at Cabo Wabo Cantina! Located Strip-side at the Miracle Mile Shops, Sammy Hagar’s rockin’ cantina keeps the fiesta going with their daily patio parties, featuring live music, beer buckets and lots of food. Las Vegas partygoers will never miss a moment of the action and can get the best views of the Strip on Cabo Wabo’s outdoor patio.
About Alfresco dining
Alfresco dining or dining alfresco is eating outside.
In temperate climates, alfresco dining is especially popular in the Spring and Summer months when temperatures and weather are most favorable. It is a style of dining that is casual and often party-like in its atmosphere.
In order to promote and accommodate the pedestrian activity and vibrancy associated with alfresco dining, some communities have passed ordinances permitting it, including the service of food and beverages to customers at pavement tables until late at night.