Drinks were good. Did not try any food. Very low key and no crowds, crazy noise or load thumping music.
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So stunning, the reality of the people who are depicted in their infamy for their inglorious deeds. But they, like other people, are a part of our history. Just fascinating thing to see, with so many facts about the criminals of those days, and their...More
This bar (in it's original location) used to be one of the best bars Downtown. Then some idiot decided to move it into the newly refurbished Downtown Grand. The night we went there it was completely dead. I can't see this staying open much longer....More
After visiting the Mob Museum we thought it would be fun to go to the Mob Bar located in The Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. We went on Sunday evening and it was closed. The girl in the gift shop just outside the door said...More
Dueling pianos is a lot of fun, highly reccommend it. Nice classy place too! Wish we would have gone there more than once
I am a huge fan of history of Las Vegas mobsters. I expected to have at least some kind of decor. What was really good though is the singer...Great voice!
Great fun, while not over-crowded on Saturday night. The crowd ranged from tattooed newly weds to a woman celebrating her 75th birthday, both groups duly celebrated and razzed by the musicians.
As much as I loved our stay at the Downtown Grand, I was not impressed with the entertainment in the Mob Bar. The drinks were great and the service very good, but the dueling pianos was a bit disappointing. Would have liked to see more...More
We'd hoped for some food along with our drinks when we went to hear a band at the Mob Bar. Unfortunately we were told they were not serving food at all, although they hoped to do so in the near future. My drink smoking gun)...More