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Sin City Brewing Co. - Miracle Mile Shops
Taps: 4 / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar ]
3663 Las Vegas Blvd S
phone: (702) 866-0710
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vibe: 3 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 2 | $$
Just when I thought I had escaped the shittiness of the Flamingo Sin City, I'm trolling around the area inside the 'mall' trying to find something to do other than watch the ladies shoe shop, when I find another Sin City joint. Why is this place so popular I thought? Well, hey, any bar/brewery has to be better than the usual cookie cutter shopping outlet type of thing going on right? Well, yeah, but not by much.
Super small, I dunno, bar/kiosk. No tables. No food. No real selection of beers beyond the drab and boring. Pale, Wheat, Amber, Blond, Light and maybe "seasonal" if you're lucky. I'm sorry, that is a poor selection. Branch out, have something a little different.
Bartenders are friendly, generally caked on makeup and the typical Vegas attractive girl look, which come to think of it, was actually the coolest thing about the place. Cooler than the one on/in Flamingo, but the beers are just as shitty. But this is more of a respite location in my book, and it does have slightly more value because of that.
08-23-2012 23:59:49 |
More by Beerandraiderfan
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Almost didn't try Sin City due to negative impressions I got from B/A. Glad I took the chance. After a few days in Vegas we stopped by here, and it was refreshing to escape the normal CABM offered at other spots on the strip. Sin City does not brew monster craft beers, but does make well-made style-conforming brews.
Their 'seasonal' beer was a good East Coast style IPA. It had a balance of hops n malts and was very refreshing. Seasonal is in quotes because the bartender said its been on tap for the six months she's been working at Sin City. Let's hope it becomes a standard beer since it is the only thing in the lineup with hops.
Also tried their oatmeal stout and Weiss beer. Both were well made and conformed to style.
Loved the to-go window in the bar where you can walk up, bet a beer and keep cruising the mall.
06-23-2012 16:18:47 |
More by sideshowrob
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 2 | $$
Sin City is one of those places that you could easily dismiss. It's in a mall attached to a Casino! Beer's served in plastic cups, and it looks more like a souvineer stand than a bar. Somehow, it rises above that.
There are just five taps, but I thought the stout and IPA were very good. (even in a plastic cup) Some liquor is available as well.
The service was beyond good, I'd say it was outstanding. Joe went above and beyond his bartenders duty.
It's a good spot to peoplewatch and escape from the constant noise of the slot machines. Sin City is a little Oasis in the Nevada dessert.
11-09-2011 21:41:11 |
More by frazbri
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | $$$
Atmosphere - What you see in the BA picture is what you get. The bar is in a tiny hole in the wall of shops. The bar is L shaped and sits around ten. At the end of the bar is all of their merchandise of shirts glasses and other things.
Quality/Selection - They have five of their beers on tap a Light Lager, Amber, Stout, Hefe, and the seasonal which was an IPA. So to me they had at one style for everyone. I got the Stout and it was good and the wife got their Amber which was good.
Service - During my visit they had a good looking girl working as the server didn't know much about beer but wasn't hurting my eyes.
Overall if your stuck wandering the shops at Planet Hollywood consider this a small glimmer of hope from the pain of the shops.
01-31-2011 01:36:58 |
More by armock
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $$$
Was in the area, so I figured I would stop in for a pint, which turned out to be four-plus. I would suggest a flight, rather than sampling via pints, as it makes more sense for risk management purposes, especially if you're alone in Las Vegas.
Agree with the earlier reviews. The beers, including the seasonal I.P.A., all came in as advertised, and were solid (but not spectacular). Thought the stout was best, followed by the amber, seasonal IPA, then the wheat. Service was friendly and helpful. Prices add up quickly: I paid $51, before tip, for four pints, a T-shirt, and a pint glass. Didn't get an itemized receipt, but the T-shirt was $20. The bartender, who was great, would provide samples, and even gave me 1/2 pint gratis, but it still adds up.
I upgraded the atmosphere from "average" to "good" based on the fake rainstorm that happens in the Miracle Mile shopping area on occasion. Kind of reminded me of the Tonga Room in San Franciso, and I'm a sucker for that kind of kitsch. Good times.
12-10-2010 01:05:41 |
More by Tchuck
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 2.5 | $$
This place just pops up out of the blue in the middle of a mall. It has a small bar with about 10 seats. Stopped by on a Monday afternoon and saw 2 customers keeping the bartender company. Service was good. Got a flight of all the beers before going with the Pils. Beers are middle of the road. The Stout and Pils were the best of the bunch with the Amber coming in close behind. Selection is slim. 4 house beers and a seasonal. That's it. There is a decent selection of shirts and glassware for purcchase. Don't think I would seek this place out but was happy to run upon it. Good place to get a pint to help out walking around the mile of shops.
05-11-2010 18:32:34 |
More by csmiley
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 2 | food: 4 | $$
Was very suprised to these this place after it turned into planet hollywood. This place was not there when it was the aladdin but I would stil stop and take a stroll threw the shoppes and get a yard full of slushy alcohol at fat tuesday's. Last years stumbled upon it while visting for my budy's birthaday and had to try some of this vegas brew. The beer was average with nothing out of the norm and they brewed simple styles like a hef, amber, pale ale, and a lager. They had a very small selection no food to offer but a cool little place in the cut of the shoppes in the newly remodled plamet hollywood. Would not go out of my way to stop here but can have a slight appeal if your in the vicinity.
05-06-2010 07:34:16 |
More by Gobzilla
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | $$$
Pricey, but so is Vegas in general. This was a great place to visit for a bit. Don't know how my wife found it but she dragged me back and I enjoyed a few comped beers while pissing money away in the poker machines $1 at a time.
Nice O-fest, Nice Weiss, did not try the others. Friendly bartender and he even helped me pick out a shirt when I couldn't decide on size.
Check it out if you are nearby. The only way we found to get there was through the flamingo exhibit, but there must be another way.
11-12-2009 15:15:01 |
More by ZimZamZoom
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $
Strolling through a mall in Vegas, so sure that I'll be drinking $1 margaritas the rest of the day, only to happen across this hole in the wall pub... what a surprise! Four beers on tap, two cute bartenders, one heckofa lot of scenery. We had the Irish Stout, Octoberfest, and Wheat, all solid. The stout was pretty creamy, the wheat satisfied my weizen lovin friend, and the fest was plenty good. No food, but prices were pretty decent for Vegas. I'd say this isn't exactly a place to search out, but if you are strolling anywhere close, go grab a beer, makes the touring all the better.
06-26-2009 03:25:17 |
More by objectivemonkey
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | $$
While strolling through the Miracle Mile shops at Planet Hollywood, we came across this oasis in the desert that is the mall. Small little hole in the wall pub. Few seats at the bar, a couple of table, and a to-go window. As you sit there, you can almost forget you are in a mall. Interesting selection of people: we had a local construction crew mingling with a bachelorette party next to us. Entertainment to say the least. Bartender was quick and attentive, but not overly friendly. They only have four beers on tap: Octoberfest, Light Lager, Irish Stout, and Wheat Beer. My stout was actually very good, almost looked like it was on nitro. And the Wheat was pretty fruity and refreshing. No food, but there's a small gift shop section. Pints come in plastic cups and are $5 a beer. Take one away, or sit and enjoy. Either way, definitely try this beer while in LV.
03-31-2009 21:31:25 |
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Sin City Brewing Co. - Miracle Mile Shops in Las Vegas, NV