Bowling, live music, nightlife and gourmet dining fuse together at LINQ’s hottest nighttime destination, Brooklyn Bowl, an offshoot if its popular New York location, which was dubbed as “one of the most incredible places on earth” and the 20th best music club in America by Rolling Stone magazine. The LINQ’s 78,000-square-foot Brooklyn Bowl features 32 bowling lanes and a gigantic music venue, plus the famed Blue Ribbon restaurant featuring popular American comfort food. Items include everything from wings, pizza, catfish and barbecue to vegetarian fare.
Get a caffeine fix 24 hours a day. With an expansive menu of coffee and tea drinks—from its iconic frappacino to holiday flavor lattes—Starbucks is America’s favorite coffee house. Customize your tea or fresh-roasted whole bean coffee drinks with flavors, size and add-ins just the way you like, and grab a sandwich or pastry to go.
What do you get when you blend tequila, delicious Mexican food, a DJ, the sexiest bull on the Strip and a party atmosphere, and then serve it over a place that rocks? The new Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar combines dining and a dynamic bar to create a high-energy fiesta at The LINQ.
F.A.M.E. - Food. Art. Music. Entertainment. blends the best of Asian cuisine, music and creating an unforgettable experience for all five senses. Inspired by an Asian market featuring Asian street food in a Chinatown experience, this dining and entertainment destination is set to Gangnam-style beats and spiced with live performances. Several dining options at the Chinatown Food Market include a faux food truck, Fukuburger, offering Japanese fusion burgers, and flavorful street foods of Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Korean, China and Vietnam on a menu featuring dim sum, stir-fry, ramen and barbecue.
Slices of gooey, cheesy heaven await at Flour & Barley’s 3,800-square-foot restaurant that brings the beloved dish to The LINQ. Enjoy brick oven pizza with fresh whole milk mozzarella and house-made toppings. Savor its pasta dishes, Panini sandwiches and salads while taking in the retro décor and vintage sports memorabilia. The pizzeria also features handcrafted & barrel aged cocktails as well as an extensive craft beer program with cask ales and cask wines. Dine inside or on the 1,200-square-foot patio opening to The LINQ’s entertainment district or use the to-go window serving fresh-made slices for your quick walk to the High Roller.
One of the world’s top confectioners, this candy store is famed for its chocolates and “world famous ice cream sundae” drenched with homemade hot fudge. Satisfy your sweet tooth with an array of ice cream creations, milkshakes, floats and chocolate drinks. Peek at the beautiful treats behind the glass, try a sample, or pick up some of its packaged candy for the road.
Synonymous with deliciously moist and incomparable cupcakes made of sweet cream butter, pure Belgium chocolate and Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, The Las Vegas location is a flagship and features an extensive assortment of Sprinkles’ famed cupcakes, plus its ice cream and instant ATM dispensary.
More than a pub and sports bar, Tilted Kilt offers a festive, modernized Celtic-themed environment to watch the game, hang out with friends, play pool and nosh on its bar and grill food peppered with an Irish twist. Its famous Tilted Kilt Girls (who don sexy plaid ensembles) enhance the scenery and crank up the surrounding party.
Hot dog! Ditch the bland ketchup and mustard for gourmet Sahlen’s hot dogs with posh toppings and the finest quality ingredients. Hot dogs go fancy here, with toppings such as smoked bacon, aged goat cheddar cheese and garlic chive aioli, plus beer, fries and onion rings.
Brews. Fun. Classic American food. What more do you need? This may be Las Vegas’ third Yard House location, but it’s the only one right in the middle of the Strip. Situated with a prime view right of the High Roller observation wheel, this is also the largest Yard House to date, with a massive outdoor patio. Here, you’ll also have a choice of 160 taps of imported, craft and specialty ales and lagers, plus cocktails and sake. If you got the munchies, Yard House’s menu offers more than 130 items including sliders, lettuce wraps, burgers, flatbreads and street tacos.