AddressLas Vegas Country Saloon
425 Fremont Street

Tuesday to Thursday and Sunday: 4 p.m. – 2 a.m.
Friday and Saturday: 12 p.m. – 2 a.m.
Cover charge varies by event

Happy Hour
Daily 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Draft beer: $3
Well drinks: $3
House wines: $3
1/2 off appetizers

What to Expect
Las Vegas Country Saloon may feature a mechanical bull and have a decidedly country theme, but this next-door neighbor of Brass the Lounge is just as likely to feature rock, pop, rockabilly and even hip hop acts as country bands. Whether you’re checking out the music or simply stopping in for a couple drinks, you’ll find plenty of indoor space and a balcony over Fremont Street.

Like all of the bars under the world’s largest pint glass, service at Las Vegas Country Saloon tends to be a bit spotty.

3 Responses to Las Vegas Country Saloon

  1. Peter Donohoe says:

    We went to a gig here and although the music was great, the overriding issue we had with this venue was the shocking bar service. Probably the worst we had in Vegas.

  2. Steve Schriedel says:

    My brothers and I are in a band called the River City Kings. We are from San Antonio, TX. We came to the LVCS because the owner/manager Tim, wanted to meet us. We were in Las Vegas for the Rock-N-Roll Marathon. This was our 2nd year performing at this event. We had a great time and enjoyed meeting Tim, Allen,(sound technician)and Asia the waitress. They were very nice and professional.

    We were asked to perform on Wednesday the 5th, but we had to leave on Monday. Maybe we will get another chance soon. We play Country/Classic Rock. Cover songs and originals. Our sister also sings in the band, she just could not make it this time due to surgery.

    Thank you all for making sure that we had a good time because we did!!!

    Hope to see you again soon!

  3. donnymac says:

    Back in the Big Apple Bar days Phoenix was our favourite local band to watch. Since the geniuses at NYNY decided to close the Big Apple Bar Phoenix has been trying to find a new place to play. On a trip in January 2009 we heard that they were rocking the Las Vegas Country Saloon so off to Fremont we head on a Saturday night. The place was dead, maybe 20 people in it, the stage is not set up very well and the drink service sucked. We stayed for 2 or 3 songs and headed back to the canopy. Unless a band you really want to see is playing here skip this one on your Fremont Street bar crawl.

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