Hi all, There's 3 of us, Irish guys, heading back to Vegas for our annual St.Paddy's (yes, not Patty's!) day trip in March. While I am more than happy to spend my whole time playing BJ or Poker, the other 2 are not really gamblers (crazy, I know), so they are always in search of a nice little boozer to spend a bit of time and strike up some nice conversation with the other winos clientele. Beers are more the order of the day than cocktails, but it's more about the atmosphere. Now there is no shortage of places to drink in Vegas of course, but the guys are less attracted to free drinks while playing VP, and more interested in actual drinking places... drinking first, gambling second (they are strange folk)... So for this year, I put in a bit of effort to get a good old pub crawl set up that I think they'd enjoy. I thought to myself, where better to get some advice on what I may have missed with this effort than here... Let me give you the run down... I tried to confine it to one manageable area, so focused towards downtown rather than the strip (Ellis Island, Stage Door, Moon Doggies & Double Down miss out but we will see them at some point) It needs to be a bit of a flow walking wise. There's a lot of bars, so the air will help, although it will probably result in a lot of Uber/Lyft until we get to Fremont. Here's my list: Frankie's Tiki Room Hard Hat Lounge Dino's Thunderbird Lounge Huntridge Atomic Liquors Commonwealth (For Commonwealth think Fremont Street in general... Beauty Bar, The Griffin, Hennesy's) Would appreciate any advice on potential gems that I may have missed out, is there any place you would definitely avoid (why?), and if there is any place here where we should definitely not walk!! Thanks!