It’s no secret that Las Vegas loves hidden bars and lounges. These secret Las Vegas speakeasies are hidden all over the Las Vegas Strip in restaurants, barbershops, food stands, and attractions. You just have to know where to look. Luckily for you, it’s 2022, and I’m not gatekeeping! 

Here are my six favorite speakeasies in Las Vegas!

The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails: A Themed Movie Bar Speakeasy


On the outside, The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails looks like your average barbershop. From employees, barber chairs, a small waiting area, and a bar cart for customers to enjoy a drink while they wait, you wouldn’t think there was anything special about this spot. However, through the janitor’s closet, there is a hidden lounge.

The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails has an old-school vibe with unique features, including a 100+-year-old mahogany bar and floor-to-ceiling art. The lounge has more than 150 whiskeys and bourbons from around the world. The mixologist will even provide you with a tasting to broaden your palate.

Location: The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails is located inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

Entrance: Look for the janitor’s door near the rear of the barbershop. This inconspicuous entrance leads to a prohibition-era-inspired hideaway lounge.

Atmosphere: The speakeasy offers a clandestine ambiance reminiscent of the Prohibition era, with live entertainment and an extensive whiskey selection.

Menu: Cocktails start at $18, and the menu includes small-bite offerings such as popcorn, pigs in a blanket, and mini lobster tacos. Signature dishes include spicy tuna and wings.

Hours: The speakeasy opens at 8 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and 6 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Live music takes place at 10 p.m. daily.

Reservations: While reservations are not required for entry, you can make a reservation for bottle service or a private event at the speakeasy online.

Overall, The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails offers a unique and immersive speakeasy experience within The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, with a hidden entrance, vintage atmosphere, and a diverse menu of cocktails and small bites, making this bar a favorite of the Las Vegas speakeasies.

1923 Prohibition Bar: An Exclusive Bourbon Lounge


1923 Prohibition Bar is taking you back to the 1920s with their Prohibition-themed speakeasy. This lounge is only open Friday and Saturday evenings and can be found directly off the casino floor at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. The 1923 Prohibition Bar specializes in bourbon cocktails and offers 50 different bourbons and whiskeys.

Turnt Up Tours Host, Iniki even works part-time at this lounge. If you stop by be sure to tell Iniki how you heard about the 1923 Prohibition Bar!

Location: 1923 Prohibition Bar is located in Mandalay Bay at The Shoppes.

Entrance: The bar is situated upstairs from the House of Blues and adjacent to the Minus5 Ice Bar.

Atmosphere: The bar offers a private bourbon experience with live entertainment featuring piano players and burlesque dancers, capturing the essence of the Prohibition era.

Menu: Cocktails start at $18, featuring a selection of specialty concoctions reminiscent of the 1920s.

Hours: 1923 Prohibition Bar operates from 11 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday and extends until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Reservations: While the bar operates on a first-come, first-serve basis, VIP seating can be reserved in advance.

Overall, 1923 Prohibition Bar provides an exclusive and immersive experience within Mandalay Bay, offering patrons a journey back to the Roaring Twenties with its clandestine ambiance, live entertainment, and carefully crafted cocktails. As a classic bar, it is no wonder this one made the list for the top 6 Las Vegas speakeasies.

The Underground: A Prohibition-Era Distillery Speakeasy.

Las Vegas Mob Museum Speakeasy

The Underground is located off the Las Vegas Strip but is well worth the drive. This lounge is not only one of the best Las Vegas speakeasies but also an immersive experience that takes you back to the Prohibition era.

This venue operates as a distillery and brewery and serves guest house-made moonshine and house-brewed beer. Be sure to check out the bookshelves and look out for hollowed-out books for a surprise. 

Location: The Underground is located downtown, underneath The Mob Museum.

Entrance: To gain entry, guests must first obtain the secret password of the day, which is available on the speakeasy’s website. Once obtained, they should find the outdoor stairwell leading to the museum’s side door. Knock, wait for the sliding peephole to open, and provide the secret password for admittance.

Atmosphere: The Underground offers a Prohibition-era ambiance, serving cocktails crafted with house-distilled moonshine and featuring plenty of artifacts from the 1920s and ’30s.

Menu: Cocktails start at $14, and the menu includes shareables like pretzel bites with beer cheese and a charcuterie plate.

Hours: The Underground is open from noon to 10 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and noon to midnight Thursday through Sunday.

Reservations: Reservations are not required for entry.

Overall, The Underground provides a unique and immersive speakeasy experience within the historic setting of The Mob Museum, offering guests the opportunity to step back in time to the days of Prohibition with its secretive entrance, authentic decor, and specialty cocktails. This bar has been an absolute favorites of the Las Vegas speakeasies for a long time.

Ghost Donkey: A Mexican-Inspired Mezcal Lounge.

Las Vegas Hidden Speakeasy Ghost Donkey Bar

Hidden through a food hall, Ghost Donkey is a small bar that only seats 20 people. As one of our favorite Las Vegas speakeasies, this bar specializes in mezcals and tequila cocktails and has a limited food menu with their famous truffle nachos. Ghost Donkey is open daily at 4 pm, and be sure to get there at open to grab a seat. 

Location: Ghost Donkey is located on the second floor of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, tucked away inside the Block 16 Urban Food Hall.

Entrance: Look for the door adorned with a donkey logo, situated near the back of the seating area between Hattie B’s and Lardo.

Atmosphere: Ghost Donkey offers a hidden mezcal and tequila lounge experience, featuring cocktails and tasting flights made with traditional Mexican spirits and artisanal brands.

Menu: Cocktails start at $18, and the menu includes a variety of Mexican-inspired offerings such as truffle nachos with white cheddar sauce and chips and guacamole.

Hours: Ghost Donkey operates from 4 p.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday and extends until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Reservations: Reservations are not required for entry.

Overall, Ghost Donkey provides a unique and intimate speakeasy experience within The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, offering patrons a taste of Mexico with its extensive selection of mezcal and tequila-based cocktails in a hidden setting.

Las Vegas Strip Speakeasy  At Resorts World

Here Kitty Kitty- One of The Newer Las Vegas Speakeasies

One of the newest speakeasies on the Las Vegas Strip is Here Kitty Kitty. Here Kitty Kitty is hidden behind a small convenience store called Ms. Meow’s Mamak. This storefront appears to be an average beverage and snack shop.

However, if you push on the blue shelf with the three lucky cats, you will enter an elegant lounge. Here Kitty Kitty offers a great mixology program and delicious bites. 

Location: Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den is located in Resorts World’s Famous Foods Street Eats food hall.

Entrance: Look behind the blue shelf lined with lucky cat sculptures at Ms. Meow’s Mamak Stall to find the entrance to the speakeasy.

Atmosphere: Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den offers a grunge-inspired speakeasy experience, providing a laid-back hangout with drinks inspired by the Prohibition era.

Menu: Cocktails start at $21, featuring a selection of handcrafted drinks reminiscent of the 1920s and ’30s.

Hours: The speakeasy opens at 4:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and at 3 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, closing “late,” according to its website.

Food: Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den does not offer food.

Reservations: Reservations are not required for entry.

Overall, Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den provides a unique and relaxed speakeasy experience within Resorts World Las Vegas, offering patrons a nostalgic journey back to the Prohibition era with its grunge-inspired ambiance and specialty cocktails.

The Hangover Movie Bar Experience: Themed Movie Inspired Bar


The Hangover Movie Bar Experience is hidden in another Las Vegas strip attraction. If you are a Hangover movie fan like me, this is a place to checkout! The cocktail menu even references the movie with featured drinks such as “Baby Carlos Margarita” and “I Married A Whore” along with a full bar and frozen daiquiris.

Be sure to follow the tiger prints to find your wolf pack. This bar sets itself apart by being not only a place to drink, but by giving you an immersive experience into a classic film. It is no wonder this one made the list for the top 6 Las Vegas speakeasies!

Location: The Hangover Bar Experience is located at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, which is situated on the Las Vegas Strip.

Concept: The Hangover Bar Experience is inspired by the hit movie “The Hangover” and recreates the scene where the characters Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug make a rooftop toast at Caesars Palace.

Design: The bar features industrial design elements reminiscent of the rooftop scene, including ducting tables and pipes, an aircon feature, and an LED backdrop of the Las Vegas skyline.

Menu: The bar offers custom Hangover-themed drinks such as Wolf Pack Shots, What Happened Last Night, and Tiger’s Blood.

Admission: Entry to The Hangover Bar Experience requires admission to Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. Beverages can be purchased separately or as part of a ticket combo package, which may include one cocktail or a half-hour of open bar service.

Attractions: The Hangover Bar Experience is the latest addition to Madame Tussauds Las Vegas and complements the existing Hangover Experience exhibit, featuring replicas of the hotel suite, wedding chapel, and wax figures of the characters from the movie.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visitors can visit the Madame Tussauds Las Vegas website.

Overall, The Hangover Bar Experience offers fans of “The Hangover” movie a chance to immerse themselves in the iconic rooftop scene while enjoying custom-themed drinks in a unique setting at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas.

I hope you get the opportunity to check out one of these six Las Vegas speakeasies next time you’re in town!

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