There’s always so much to do in Vegas, it can be overwhelming to decide. You’ve made it this far to Cannabition, but you might be wondering where else to visit without aimlessly wandering the strip? Our corner of Sin City is buzzing with entertainment, whether for families, bachelor and bachelorette parties, or just for singles and couples looking to get away.
10 Places in Downtown Las Vegas You Must Visit This Summer
Don’t let the options dizzy you — unless that’s your thing, Hunter S. Here’s Cannabition’s guide to downtown Las Vegas for the one-of-a-kind cannabis experience you’ll never forget.
Let your appetite loose at Le Thai
Located right on Fremont Street, Le Thai features three color curries by chef Dan Coughlin, signature waterfall sauce, and a menu inspired by Coughlin’s own native Thai mother and grandmother. The restaurant also includes a beer garden, highlighting local DJs and a late-night menu for munchies any time of day.
Discover your inner-geek at The Nerd
“Where cosplay meets cocktails,” The Nerd is a favorite among, well, nerds, featuring free video games, billiards, and bowling that will keep you occupied for hours. Best enjoyed with a Sativa blend to keep you energized, high, and happy for a nerdy night or afternoon.
Take a stroll down to Downtown Container Park
This open-air shopping center is replete with boutique shops, exquisite dining, and live entertainment the whole family can enjoy. Relax at a free concert or movie, or bring your kids and let them run around at The Treehouse & Play Zone.
Play like a grown up at the GoldSpike
Play by day, party by night. This adult “playground” and “living room,” features life-size games like chess, beer pong, skeeball, and twister, alongside a lounge (you’ll need those time-out breaks), live entertainment, and theme parties, like the Down & Derby Roller Disco.
Satisfy your sushi craving at Bocho Sushi
Owned by Le Thai chef Dan Coughlin, Bocho Sushi is named for the Japanese word for “knife.” The traditional Japanese cuisine, with standard seating and a sushi bar, is the perfect classy, gourmet date spot.
Superman your way down Fremont Street on Slotzilla
If you’re into thrills, then you’ll love ziplining down Fremont. Slotzilla is a 12-story, multi-million-dollar slot machine inside a zip line attraction. Get high and fly — literally — over Vegas icons like the showgirls, martini glass, and pink flamingo. Best enjoyed if not afraid of heights.
Grab a drink and take a walk down The Fremont Street Experience
Not sure what to do? No problem. After a trip to your favorite Downtown Las Vegas dispensary, cruise down to Fremont Street, pick up some munchies, watch the light shows, catch a show, and observe all the wacky whirlwind downtown Vegas has to offer. You’ll be anything but bored.
Find yourself a piece of local art at the First Friday Art Festival
This monthly community festival in the Arts District of downtown Las Vegas, hosted by a nonprofit organization, aims to bridge the private and public sectors and the government to facilitate or create artistic endeavors. It’s got the added bonus of serving a good cause, to help enrich low income and disenfranchised communities.
Celebrate arts, culture, and music at Life is Beautiful
If you’re in town this September, you won’t want to miss Life is Beautiful, a music and arts festival with a killer lineup featuring artists like Arcade Fire, Florence & the Machine, The Weekend, Bastille, Gramatik, Odesza, and dozens of others.
Watch a 360-degree movie at the Dome
Lighting up Downtown Container Park, the Dome features family-friendly flicks on an ultra-HD screen with “360-degree imagery.” Get your tickets early, the Dome fits just 25 seats for an intimate viewing experience.
Cannabition Celebrates the Best of DTLV the Entire Month of July
As the newest kid on the block on Fremont Street, Cannabition is teaming up with dozens of our favorite downtown Las Vegas restaurants, venues, and experiences during a month-long, community-wide scavenger hunt! Participants will get the chance to win free tickets to our ribbon cutting and custom pieces by My Bud Vase and Jerome Baker Designs. To learn more or register your team to win, visit us online!