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Feb 12, 2020

Whether spending a few hours or a whole day, the Las Vegas Arts District has something for everyone. The 18-block neighborhood is home to a variety of businesses. Here are just some of the things you can do:

Work It Out

Whether you prefer cross-training or yoga, there’s a studio for you. Real Results is a boutique gym offering high-energy small group workout sessions. Sin City Yoga offers a variety of yoga classes daily. Alley Fitness is a boutique fitness studio offering personal sessions and group classes.

Get Your Glam On

Work up a sweat during your workout? Head over to a salon and let them glam you up for the day. Options include Atomic Style Lounge, Globe Salon and Makeshift Union.

Caffeine Fix

Locally made, Vesta Coffee Roasters serves espresso and coffee as well as seasonal lattes, teas, toasts and more. Recently opened C3 Coffee Co. also serves its own coffee blends roasted in its original location in South Carolina. If you want a Latin-inspired menu, Makers & Finders has you covered with its specialty coffees.

Shop ‘til You Drop

From vintage to new, the shops on Main and Commerce streets offer everything from furniture to clothing. New to the district, The Good Wolf has a little bit of handcrafted everything, while a veteran on the block, Reto Vegas is home to all things mid-century modern. There are also a variety of specialty businesses in the area including socio-political artist Recycled Propaganda’s store.

Only In 18b Activities

Looking for something out of the ordinary to do, 18b is home to unique experiences like taking a flower crown or succulent class at Cork & Thorn, a wine & flower bar; participating in a sewing workshop at Pincushion, a creative work space; or singing your heart out at Ninja Karaoke.

Night on the Town

While the Arts District will also be home to the upcoming brewery district, you can already enjoy brews from Able Baker Brewing, CraftHaus Brewery and Hop Nuts Brewing. If beer isn’t your thing, try cocktail bars in the area including Artifice, Jammyland and Velveteen Rabbit. Visit some newly opened bars like Garagiste and 18bin or a neighborhood classic ReBar. You’ll probably need some food at some point and this neighborhood doesn’t disappoint with options such as Casa Don Juan, Cornish Pasty Co., D.E. Thai, Esther’s Kitchen and Tacotarian.

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