Tickets on Sale now for Fall Beer Fest

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Golden Nugget Las Vegas‘ annual Fall Beer Fest returns for it’s seventh year, September 17 – 18.


Beer Fest weekend begins with a Grand Tasting in the Grand Event Center Saturday, September 17 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Sample over 125 craft beer selections from 30 breweries while enjoying music and complimentary chef-inspired appetizers.


Finish Beer Fest weekend at the infamous Shark Tank Pool Sunday, September 18! From 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. enjoy more than 125 different beers, great food, and music all set to the background of the 200,000 gallon tank.

Vendors will be released closer to the date of the event.

Purchase tickets here.

Checkout last years’s event!

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Guide to the Best Breakfast in downtown Las Vegas

Everybody’s got to eat right? Here’s a complete list of where you need to stop for breakfast during your next trip to downtown Las Vegas.

Claim Jumper – Golden Nugget Las Vegas


Hours: 24 Hours Daily

Famous for food crafted with the best ingredients and an atmosphere that makes you feel right at home.

Cadillac Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar – Golden Nugget Las Vegas

El Ranchero

Hours: Saturday Sunday 9 a.m. – 1 a.m., Sunday 9 a.m. – 12 a.m.

Mouth-watering Mexican food and over 70 boutique Tequilas!

Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery


Hours: 24 Hours Daily

Two words, “hot cakes.”

Hash House A Go Go


Hours: Sunday – Thursday 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. and Friday – Saturday 7 a.m. – 1 a.m.

Farm-fresh food with a funky, modern twist.



Hours: Weekdays 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., Weekend 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Serving classics with a modern twist, everything on the menu is made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

Donut Bar

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Hours: 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. (unless sold out)

Vote MOST AWARD WINNING Donut in the USA –  Awarded Top 10 Donut Shops by USA Today and

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52 Fridays Fall Acts Now on Sale

52 Fridays Concert Series continues throughout 2016 with some of the biggest names in music. Get your tickets before they’re gone!



2 –The Oak Ridge Boys


9 – The Zombies

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16 – The Grass Roots

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23 – Johnny Rivers


30 – Night Ranger



7 – The Guess Who

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14 – Foghat


21 – Eddie Money


28 – Loverboy



4 – America


11 – Lou Gramm “The Juke Box Hero” & Former Voice of Foreigner

Lou Gramm

18 – Little River Band

Little River Band

25 – Eric Burdon & The Animals

Eric Burdon live

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Vegas Do’s and Don’ts

So you’re planning a trip to Viva Las Vegas. Whether it’s your first time or your 15th, you’ll need a little guidance to get the most of your visit.


Choose downtown for the food

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Downtown Las Vegas offers the biggest selection of restaurants ranging from Grotto Italian Restaurant to Chart House seafood to Cadillac Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar to Red Sushi to Vic and Anthony’s Steakhouse and even Claim Jumper comfort food.

Devote at least one night to splurging

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You’re in Vegas; go wild! Shop til you drop and splurge on elegant watches and jewelry or even name brand clothing and accessories. Buy bottle service at Gold Diggers Night Club and stay out way past your bed time.

Discover Las Vegas history

Golden Nugget historic Casino sign in the Neon Boneyard, Las Vegas, Nevada
Golden Nugget historic Casino sign in the Neon Boneyard, Las Vegas, Nevada

Vegas is rich with history. Take a tour of old signs at the Neon Boneyard. Walk the Fremont Street Experience. Or visit the Golden Nugget Showroom where Frank Sinatra once performed.

Experience the best entertainment

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There’s no city like Las Vegas when it’s show time. Discover award winning performers at the 52 Friday’s Concert Series. Meet your favorite celebrities at Gordie Brown Live. Discover a band or even see a showgirl.

Attend a pool party


Skip the bar and head straight to The Tank or The Hideout for poolside fun. Discover DJ’s, libations and a new talent for party games. From night swims to movie nights – there’s something to do all season.


Visit just one bar

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You’re on vacation! Don’t limit yourself to one drinking hole. Try the Sip and Stroll bar crawl and discover eight new cocktails.

Miss free entertainment


Downtown is known for FREE live music. Checkout Fremont Street Experience‘s live stages packed nightly with new talent. Or head inside to the Golden Nugget and checkout local bands at Rush Lounge.

Bring the kids


Although Golden Nugget is home to a 200,000 gallon Shark Tank aquarium with a waterside, downtown isn’t the place for under 21. Leave the kids at home and experience all Vegas has to offer.

Skip brunch mimosas

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After a long night, chances are you’re going to have a rough morning. Vegas is known for its buffets. So grab your mimosa and refuel for the day ahead of you.

Leave Fremont Street

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Food, drink, gaming and entertainment – what more can you need on your Vegas vacation? Downtown Las Vegas hotels and casinos have everything you need for the perfect trip.

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Three Important Las Vegas Travel Tips

So you want to pay a visit to Viva Las Vegas. Get ready for best vacation of a lifetime. Before you pack your bags and board your plane, here are a few tips on Vegas hotels.


Bring a Credit Card.


Every hotel requires some kind of security deposit in case you get wild and crazy during your stay. This temporary payment holds a certain amount of money on your card until you checkout. If you chose to use a debit card, your bank can take several days to release these funds back to you. Bring a credit card instead. Not only is it safe because it doesn’t allow direct access to your bank account, but your deposit will be released instantly.

Everyone has a resort fee.

Spa Entry

Let’s get real. Every big hotel offers a daily resort fee package to its guests. Although they may vary in pricing (depending on the property), they all include the basics: gym, parking, water and WIFI. The Golden Nugget offers a $25 discounted package that includes WIFI for two devices, in-room bottled water, parking, printed boarding passes, daily newspaper, downtown coupons, access to the workout facility in the Spa and discounted tickets to headliner Gordie Brown. This daily price is almost half off the amenities included!

Parking isn’t always free.


As of June 2016, several strip hotels have started charging a daily fee to use their parking garages. Like most hotels in Las Vegas, parking is a hot commodity. There are visitors coming just to gamble, just to eat or even just to explore. With thousands of guests visiting Las Vegas hotels daily, parking is a big deal. Several downtown Las Vegas hotels, like the Golden Nugget, do reserve parking for their hotel guests.

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