The Griffin
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511 Fremont St Las Vegas, NV 89101
511 Fremont StUSNVLas Vegas89101
(702) 382-0577
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Stone-faced bar with real fireplaces, an eclectic jukebox & dim back room featuring weekend DJs.- Google
People talk about fire pits, fireplaces, pabst blue ribbon, live entertainment and bar downtown
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Paul Jahn
reviewed 3 years ago
Pretentious, non-pretentious, it doesn't matter. You get all types of people in this dark, downtown bar. A group of over a dozen of us had a great couch/chairs area. The staff was beyond friendly. If you're looking for a prestigious wine cafe, it's probably best to look elsewhere.
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Joey Stanker
reviewed 5 years ago
We play our craps at Planet Hollywood. Then bring our drinking to the Griffin. We may like to take money from the fancies. But that doesnt mean we want to be anywhere near them when they put on their rolex and hit the GAWDY club. The griffin is where we can truly drink and enjoy ourselves. Alcoholism at its best and our home away from home. They are just so sweet and wonderful. We just felt so at home. Thanks Griffin! Jelly
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
The griffin is a great place to hang out @. In side looks like a cave. Servers was good. Security was nice. I thought samoan security Howard is so fine and very polite. The DJs sucked but over all its a cool place to chill.
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Lee Ogata
reviewed 2 years ago
This is my spot every Friday night after work. Great atmosphere, great drink specials & really cute bartenders. Lol. Next time you go, ask for a drink called "The Dirty Sanchez".
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David Ajuas
reviewed 12 months ago
A decent place to chill.
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
Griffin's atmosphere is supposed to emulate the look and feel of how pubs are and used to be in Europe. So that's why it has the cave feeling, dark with the fireplaces. It's a trendy bar but in the downtown district (especially where the Griffin is located), most things appeal to locals and are "trendy." That's not to say that if you went to this bar and you're a tourist, you would feel like an outsider. No one cares where you come from and if they do, they're too engrossed having a good time with the other customers. I believe in Vegas, it's one of the best places to go if you don't want to be around the clubs and/or local bar chains. Personally, I like local unique "family owned" type establishments. I believe something Vegas has been deprived of for a while now.
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