Downtown Las Vegas offers several ways to discover food and art
Created during the pandemic and now a popular destination, Dine Out Downtown welcomes diners to eat al fresco at the set-up tables under canopies and order from the surrounding restaurants. The street-fair-style dining can be found on California Avenue between Main Street and Casino Center Boulevard and on 6th Street between Fremont Street and Carson Avenue.
For more tasty exploring, book an adventure with Finger Licking Foodie Tours (fingerlickingfoodietours.com), a private, self-guided, e-assisted culinary tour of three downtown restaurants. With a minimum of two guests, your group will receive the VIP treatment and be seated right away, then you’ll be served some of the best signature dishes. The virtual tour includes fun facts along the way and a tour through the popular Downtown Container Park.
Art lovers need to check out the DTLV Art Walk (dtlvartwalk.com), held every Tuesday-Sunday at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Your guide will hit all the top spots for street art in various mediums spread throughout the downtown area, with a brief stop at Fergusons Downtown, a bustling hub for local artists and businesses.