Sip sip, hooray! Therapy restaurant, located in the Fremont East Entertainment District, will celebrate Labor Day with buy-one-get-one drinks on Monday, Sept. 3.
In honor of the holiday, all customers will receive a complimentary drink with a purchase of any drink on Therapy’s menu. The Labor Day offering will be applicable to Therapy’s craft cocktails, wine, draft beer and shots. Signature craft cocktails include the Fremont East, made with peach vodka, pear bitters, passion fruit puree, cranberry, cherry and club soda; the Mezcali, with Mezcal, cherry liqueur, aperol, fresh lemon and sparkling wine; and the St. Therapy, made with a blend of Therapy’s signature Smoke Wagon whiskey, St. Germaine, peach and raspberry grand mariner, grapefruit frutations and mango.
Therapy’s buy-one-get-one drinks will be available throughout the restaurant starting at 11 a.m. To make a reservation at the downtown restaurant, call 702-912-1622 or visit www.therapylv.com.
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Therapy, one of Downtown Las Vegas’ top dining destinations, is located at 518 E. Fremont St. in the vibrant Fremont East Entertainment District. Combining an American gastro-style menu and full bar program with more than 40 craft beers, Therapy has been named as one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas by The Daily Meal for 2016 and was featured on Travel Channel’s “Food Paradise.” The restaurant is open from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11:30 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday. More information may be found at www.therapylv.com, calling 702-912-1622 or following on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @Therapy_LV.
About Fremont East Entertainment District
In 2002 The city of Las Vegas created an entertainment district called the Fremont East Entertainment District (FEED). This district is comprised of a total of 6 blocks from Las Vegas Boulevard East to 8th Street and from Ogden Street South to Carson.
Fremont East is a pedestrian-friendly community that combines diverse street-life, local businesses, eateries, side-walk cafes, bars and cocktail lounges, lively entertainment, retail, and residential living while preserving a historic gambling house.