Located between the Flamingo and Linq hotels, the Linq Promenade is pedestrian-friendly retail, eating, and entertainment district.
The Linq Promenade’s restaurants and bars are even more stunning than the Linq’s distinctive boutiques.
A complete alphabetical listing of the Linq Promenade’s pubs and restaurants is below. As well as Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, Dunkin’, Hash House a Go-Go, and Buddy Valastro’s Boss Café, the Linq Hotel & Casino has many more dining options.
BLVD Cocktail Company’s previous location now houses American, specializing in cans of American beer.
Of course, ordinary cocktails are also available, but the emphasis here is on beer. There are more than 70 different beers available in the bar. In addition to the typical Coors Light, you’ll find a wide variety of draught and bottled beers and a wide variety of different brewers.
The Shandy, a “refreshing 50/50 mix of Lager and lemon/lime tastes, great for summer,” is one of the many drinks and “beertails” on offer.
Pabst Blue Ribbon, sweet & sour and Sierra Mist with a lemon or lime wedge,” and the Twisted Apple, “Angry Orchard, American Born Apple Pie Moonshine, Amaretto and Sierra Mist over ice,” are among the options.
You can observe people on the promenade from the patio, which has bar games.
Bowling alley in Brooklyn
You combine a bar, restaurant, music venue, and bowling alley into one place. It’s more classy than you may expect from the unusual notion.
Thirty-two bowling lanes can be found in the 80,000 square foot multi-story bowling center. The “Blue Ribbon” is the name of Brooklyn Bowl’s restaurant. The menu includes smoked pig sliders, French bread pizza, wings, and more premium bar cuisine like Blackened Atlantic Salmon. However, the restaurant is well renowned for its superb fried chicken.
According to Las Vegas Review-Journal readers, Brooklyn Bowl’s music section is the best little concert venue in the city of Sin. You should expect to pay a premium for alcoholic beverages at this establishment.
BrooklynBowl.com/LasVegas is the place to go if you want to learn more about forthcoming performers.
Breathtaking Daiquiris are available at Breeze.
Flamingo’s entrance and Gordon Ramsey’s Fish & Chips are just across the street from this Fat Tuesday-style frozen beverage shop. You may pick from 11 different frozen beverages at Breeze Daiquiris.
Mexican restaurant and tequila bar Chayo
The two-story Mexican eatery has a DJ and a mechanical bull that can be ridden. It’s possible to ride Chayo, the bull.
Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequilla Bar also has 50 different tequilas with their moniker. Do not attempt all 50 at once. On Fridays, they offer Latin evenings and often air UFC bouts. However, the Linq Promenade spectators may be able to beat this by witnessing those who have been tethered to the mechanical bull for too long attempt to ride it.
The High Roller observation wheel can be seen from the upstairs terrace, while the downstairs patio is a great place for people to watch because of its central position.
The ambiance and decor are high-end yet laid-back, and drinks aren’t outrageously priced compared to the rest of the Las Vegas Strip.
Chayo seems to be well-liked by the general public. It’s hard to go wrong with the lobster tacos or the shrimp ceviche. It costs merely $5 to get a real scorpion in your tequila shot. Breakfast is also available.
Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar may be worth trying if you’re looking for an excellent Mexican restaurant on the Strip (or pesos).
A restaurant that you like the most
This quaint, dark-hued restaurant, which serves “French gastronomy with an American touch,” is situated across the street from Ghirardelli Ice Cream.
Short Ribs Bourguignon, Cassoulet, and Lamb Shanks are among the dishes on the menu. Hangover Burger consists of caramelized onion, swiss cheese, bacon cheese curds, and a fried egg on a brioche bun for those who want their burgers simple.
Flour and barley are the main ingredients in this dish.
A restaurant that offers completely gluten-free cuisine. I’m being serious. Brick-oven-fired pizzas, pasta, and another Italian fare can be found at Flour and Barley. A sports bar is also available, as is a walk-up pizza window for those in a hurry. Slices from the walk-up window were a hit with my family and me.
In addition to a 1,200-square-foot outdoor terrace, Flour and Barley feature an amazing range of microbrews on tap.
Ghirardelli Chocolates with Ice Cream
The name of this San Francisco landmark is enough to express all you need to know about it. There are two notable ice cream masterpieces from Ocean Beach and the Golden Gate: Ocean Beach Sundae and Golden Gate Banana Split.
Fish and Chips by Gordon Ramsay
Gordon Ramsay’s Fish & Chips is placed right next to the enormous pink Flamingos at the Linq’s Flamingo entrance.
Near the Flamingo’s front gate, you’ll find this lovely, 740-square-foot fish and chip kiosk. There are just 64 seats available inside the venue, plus a few more outside at tables. Bangers and mash, seafood chowder, and fish and chips are also on the menu, as is the traditional British dish of sausages and mashed potatoes.
Doggery at its finest
Gourmet hot dogs are served at this small, 1,000-square-foot diner, which offers many toppings.
Prices for plain hot dogs start at $5, while the “Hangover Dog,” which is a “char-grilled frank with brisket, grilled onions, jalapenos, Swiss cheese, bacon bits, ketchup, mustard and mayo,” goes up to $11 for a “Hangover Dog.” Milkshakes spiked with booze are another option on the menu.
On weekdays, Haute Doggery stays open until 10 p.m., and on weekends, it stays open until 11 p.m.
Sugar is one of my favorite foods.
Even though it’s more like a candy shop, there is an upstairs bar. Additionally, the I Love Sugar bar serves martinis infused with sugar.
The new bar on the Linq Promenade keeps the temperature cool at 23 degrees Fahrenheit, making it ideal for cooling down during those sweltering Vegas summers.
However, if you want to chill down, you’ll have to pay a hefty cover fee.
It costs $24 to enter as of this writing. It comes with a pair of gloves and a rain jacket. Two ice drinks are included at the $49 price tag. Drinks are served in ice-cold cups at this establishment.
Burgers from In-N-Out
The first and only In-N-Out Burger on the Las Vegas Strip may be found here. Retro-themed décor, outdoor seating, and a basic (but excellent) cuisine are just a few of the features of this retro-themed restaurant.
What if sushi and burritos were combined? The Jaburritos are on you. Furthermore, I have no clue what they taste like either. On January 31, 2017, Jaburriots debuted their second Las Vegas store in the Linq.
Between $9 to $13 for each sushi burrito. They also provide miso soup and chips and cheese for those who like a more substantial meal.
A comedy club run by Jimmy Kimmel (Temporarily closed)
This two-story, 8,000-square-foot bar/comedy club, which opened in June 2019, has a changing lineup of comic superstars.
The club’s bar area opens at 4 p.m. every day.
“Elevated dining classics” are on the menu at this cafe. The fun takes on American diner restaurant mainstays, in other words.
Breakfast options include “a Fluffy Cotton Candy Pancake Tower, Oreo Cookie Waffle Stack, Coco Pebble French Toast, and Cereal Flavored Milkshakes served tableside,” according to the menu.
Fried chicken sandwiches with blueberry jam and blueberry mayo, burgers, salads, and “The Blueberry Clucker” are also available.
The original casino has been tamed and is no longer as exciting as it once was. At the new 5,000 square foot O’Sheas, you’ll find 50 different kinds of beer to try in addition to beer pong and the bar. Low-limit craps and blackjack tables are still available, so that’s a positive.
Also, the beverages are cheaper here than at other Caesars Entertainment casinos.
Away from the Main Drag
American bistro-style restaurant featuring steak, seafood pasta, lasagna, pork chops, and more in a two-story building. The lobster ravioli and the beef Wellington are two of the most popular dishes on the menu. Their cheesecake is a big hit among customers.
Off the Strip’s acclaimed weekday brunch menu is also available.
The Linq Hotel’s outside bar isn’t technically part of the promenade, although it is open when the weather is nice. Located right on the Las Vegas Strip, it’s ideal for people-watching.
Many different video games may be found behind the Re: Match bar, including recent vintage titles.
Starbucks-There’s a good chance you’ve heard of Starbucks. From 6 a.m. until 2 a.m., this branch is open every day of the week, except on Sundays.
Claude Escamilla’s Sweet Sin,- formerly known as “Sweet Envy,” can be found just across the street from the Flamingo’s main entrance. Here, you’ll discover a variety of pastries, macaroons, and other sweet treats. The gelato here was delicious, and my wife and kids couldn’t get enough of it.
The Tilted Kilt.
A well-known sports bar where waitresses wear plaid skirts and low-cut shirts are recognized for its beautiful waitresses. What more could you possibly require?
The meal isn’t getting as many positive ratings as the waiters’ looks. Burgers, salads, wings, chicken sandwiches, wraps, etc., are all on the menu at the Tilted Kilt.
Virgil’s Barbecue That’s Real
This New York-based restaurant claims to provide “Southern Style” barbeque from Texas to North Carolina and all points in-between. There are three outdoor terraces and nightly live music at this two-story restaurant with over 15,000 square feet.
The ribs and pulled pork from the Carolinas are well-received here.
House in the Backyard
This well-known franchise serves up classic American fare, but the 160 rotating craft beer taps may be the real draw here. The Yard House, at the eastern end of the Linq Promenade, features a big terrace from which to watch the people walking past and the High Roller just across the street.
Parking for Linq Restaurant
The Linq Hotel or the Flamingo Hotel and Casino, which is just next door, has the closest parking to many Linq’s bars and restaurants. Self-parking and valet parking are both included in the price.
Regardless, some restaurants (like Chayo Mexican Kitchen) provide free parking if you eat at their establishments, such as a promotion that has been known to occur. As a result, it’s good to double-check with your server to see whether parking is allowed.
On the Linq Promenade, several bars and restaurants have been closed.
My original article’s phrasing is included below, as well as a list of restaurants and bars that have subsequently closed at the Linq:
- In September of 2017, Canter’s Deli opened in Las Vegas as a Las Vegas offshoot of the legendary Los Angeles deli. With 200 people, the restaurant is situated near the entrance to the High Roller.
A scene from the television program “Mad Men” was filmed there, and it’s a popular hangout for celebrities in Los Angeles. New York-style cheesecake and colossal pastrami sandwiches are two of its most popular dishes.
In March of this year, Canter’s on the Linq Promenade closed its doors.
- You’ll find macaroons and chocolate croissants here and 24 types of European gelato and sorbet, served in waffle cones or crepes at Amorino Gelato. An Italian hot chocolate shop called Amorino’s launched in August of this year and offers a variety of gourmet coffees and Italian hot chocolates.
Since 2018, Amorino Gelato has been closed.
- This mall smoothie and juice stand are similar to others you’ve seen, except at Squeeze, they charge $2 more for booze in any drink. There are also sangrias, mojitos, and other mixed drinks available here. Fresh organic juices and combination drinks with five organic fruits or vegetables are on the menu here. In January of this year, it was shut down.
- Curry bowls and other chicken or vegetarian naan wraps are served at Urban Turban, a tiny food stand (no seating) that opened up recently—closed in 2017’s winter.
- FAME – “Food, Art, Music, and Entertainment” – is the acronym. It’s a “trendy Japanese” eatery on the second story of this “Asian-themed” establishment, which features live entertainment on the first floor. However, when someone calls themselves “trendy,” they are most likely lying.
- On January 23, 2015, FAME shut down. Due to “Failure to comply,” a Southern Nevada Health District policy, a pink notice was placed on its door, stating that it was “Closed for violation.”
- One of Vegas’ most exclusive piano bars with an elite ambiance thanks to its low lighting, booths, and live music. Cocktails made by hand are the order of the day at this establishment, as the name suggests.
(The Blvd Cocktail Company closed in the fall of 2015).
- A “Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla” cupcake from Sprinkles Cupcakes isn’t anything I’ve ever tasted, but I’m sure it’s better than the ones from your local PTA sale. Besides cupcakes with ice cream, Sprinkles also offers sundae-themed treats.