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Sin City Brewing Co. - Miracle Mile Shops
Taps: 4 / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar ]
3663 Las Vegas Blvd S
phone: (702) 866-0710
(Place added by: UncleJimbo on 01-09-2006)
Ratings & Reviews
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vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $
Strolling through a mall in Vegas, so sure that I'll be drinking $1 margaritas the rest of the day, only to happen across this hole in the wall pub... what a surprise! Four beers on tap, two cute bartenders, one heckofa lot of scenery. We had the Irish Stout, Octoberfest, and Wheat, all solid. The stout was pretty creamy, the wheat satisfied my weizen lovin friend, and the fest was plenty good. No food, but prices were pretty decent for Vegas. I'd say this isn't exactly a place to search out, but if you are strolling anywhere close, go grab a beer, makes the touring all the better.
06-26-2009 03:25:17 |
More by objectivemonkey
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | $$
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 |
More by morebeergood
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $$
There should definately be more craft beer stands in malls. While the girls went shopping at the Miracle Mile Shops, they were surprised that I was so receptive to the idea. Of course I knew about the Sin City taproom and they did not.
Ok, I ditched the chicks and bellied up to the bar that was little more than your standard lotto kiosk. Calling this space a 'hole-in-the-wall' would be generous-- It's more of a pit-stop. Nevertheless, there is something about the cozy intimacy of the small space where the few patrons and the beertender can interact and talk all things beer.
About those beers, I had three of the four, leaving the light for another day. Sin City's focus is mostly German ales in nature with the Hefeweizen and Amber however they do offer an Irish-type stout as well. Their beers are clean, crisp, and refreshing to appeal to the mass beer drinker but a bit under-malted and one dimentional for my taste. No real flaws, but light on character. The prices were about
$4 per pint and were served in plastic 'to-go' cups (I really like the alcohol to-go tolerances in Las Vegas). As usual, the beers are very cold and takes a minute to warm where the aromas and flavors are fully appreciated.
The bar seats maybe 10. I had to stand with a beer for a minute as some other patrons tapped out and went on their way, I was able to snag their seats. No tables are availabe, but standing room is permitted. The bar area is very clean and inviting with a mirror clad, red highlights, and well-lit decor. There is a corner on the left with some merchandise for sale, while the right side has a walk-up window for a true pit-stop effect. The BA picture says it all.
Sin City does not offer any food, but does have a chalk board that lists the beers available and a short excerpt about each.
The beertender was very attractive in appearance and personality. She made everyone feel like a friend. There are no tv's but the beertender tuned the radio to whatever the patrons requested.
There's not much to the bar so don't expect much. But anytime I have the option of getting a craft beer instead of being dragged to Bannana Republic is a much welcomed option.
12-28-2008 19:05:43 |
More by BEERchitect
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $$
This place is a little bar located inside the shopping section at PH (used to be the Aladdin). It is a small bar (but fairly cool looking) with less than 10 stools and maybe only 2 people working it. I don't recall their being any food available. On tap were a lite, wheat, oktoberfest, and stout. I ordered the oktoberfest and my brother had the stout which I stole a sip of. Both were pretty average in my opinion. Not worth seeking out for the beer alone but if you are walking around shopping in the PH it's nice to grab a beer to carry around with you.
12-06-2008 20:14:00 |
More by hellomcfly
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 5 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Located in the Miracle Mile shopping center, this place is a very small bar. Maybe 8 seats or so, with some merchandise in one corner, and the taps in another. There was also a tv to watch.
4 beers on tap, a light, and amber, a wheat and a stout. I did not have the light. The wheat and amber were good, the stout was fair. All served in plastic to go cups.
Our server Miranda was very friendly, and fun. We never waited for a beer, and felt welcomed. We intended to stay for a beer, but then ended up hanging our and meeting lots of people. Miranda had a good selection of music to play for us, and we probably ended up being there for about 3 or 4 hours.
Overall, a fun place to stop and have a beer. Friendly atmosphere, and fun.
11-25-2008 18:12:10 |
More by Bierguy5
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 2.5 | $$
I stopped by here last week on work. First off, as the other say, its probably not much more than a kiosk. It has a bar with about 8 chairs and a couple of tables. Very clean.
The locals hung out here for a few drinks after work. To me that says something when they can get the heck away from the strip, that they hang around to relax and chat over a cold one.
THe service was fantastic. The guy behind the bar (Thanks Joe) was friendly as heck about everything. Letting me try all the beers, and was never behind on delivering me a new one.
I tried all the beers - the stout, the hefe, the light, and the amber. They were all good, although the hefe was really hitting the spot for me on 105 degree days in LV.
Selection was limited however to just those beers.
No food at this locale - didn't try.
06-21-2008 23:07:25 |
More by katan
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $
I got lost in this mall, and by doing so I found Sin City! It's a small little bar type deal, with only a few tables away from the bar. 4 taps I believe, and, obviously, they're not brewed here. While it seemed a bit small and crowded, I must say this place stays spotless. Everything is clean, neat, and organized. The bartender knew her stuff, and was very attentive.
As I said, there were only 4 beers on tap, and I only tried the stout, which was very tasty. Not sure about the food situation, I didn't even look. Prices were fairly cheap as far as the location is concerned. All in all I'd say this place is definitely worth checking out if you're in the area.
05-15-2008 15:02:06 |
More by PhageLab
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3 | $
The Desert Passage is now called "Miracle Mile Shops". It's a nice enough mall, as these things go, and not unlike the Forum Shops at Caesar's or the Canal Shops at The Venetian.
Sin City is just a walk-up place with a few barstools, a plasma TV and a shop selling T-Shirts and other logo merchandise.
I drank the stout on more than one occasion and thought it was very satisfying. It's nice to be able to get a good beer and walk around with it.
You can get a slice of pizza at a nearby shop and bring it back over to Sin City to enjoy with a beer. The people at Sin City were VERY nice.
They don't brew at the mall location, but Sin City does contract brew for several locations around town.
Good place. Definitely worth a stop if you are nearby or if you are walking down the strip past the Planet Hollywood. Ingress/Egress from the mall isn't great, but you'll do your share of walking in Vegas, and you'll have a nice beer in your hand on the way out.
03-28-2008 00:56:53 |
More by tomtuttle
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $
Visited on 12/31/07. Just a little kiosk in the Miracle Mile mall (formerly known as Desert Passage) at the Planet Hollywood Casino complex. They have a nice selection of logo gear, a cool lacquered red metal bar with about ten stools and a plasma TV tuned to the inevitable football game. Four of their beers are on tap here and the bartender let me taste them all without charge. I ordered a pint of the wheat beer which, while perhaps a little too cold, was still great. After I bought a logo shirt, he threw the beer in for free. I now love this little place and will make it a point to visit every time I'm in Vegas from now on.
03-10-2008 23:37:49 |
More by charlzm
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 2.5 | $$
Not much in the way of atmosphere, it is basically an 8 stool bar wide open to the 'mall' area. There are shirts and glassware for sell on the walls and behind the bar. Check out their website, you can see the entire space there.
I had a stout and Octoberfest, both were very good. The bartender was very friendly and attentive, she was also very knowledgable.
I am not sure I would make a special trip to get here, but if you are in the Miracle Mile Shops grab a beer or two and maybe a shirt. It is a nice break from the macro heavy casino offerings.
11-04-2007 16:36:08 |
More by gixxerman
Sin City Brewing Co. - Miracle Mile Shops in Las Vegas, NV
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