Moving next door the neighborhood’s first planned sports tavern, Dane and Marissa Pretkus are expanding their local mobile bartending service and bringing a Western-themed speakeasy and entertainment venue to the Arts District.
Located at the corner of Main Street and Utah Avenue, the Horse Trailer Hideout’s thin, 1,912-square-foot space will offer two rentable party rooms and and serve crafted cocktails out of mobile “industrial country-chic” horse trailer bars.
A popular attraction at corporate events, weddings and parties around the region, the Pretkus’ Local808Events company drives the trailers to the destination and transforms the compact footprint into a mobile bar, featuring creations such as the tequila and Cointreau-based Desert Rose, the Cowboy Crush, and a cocktail named What Happened In Vegas, prepared with Ambros Banana Whiskey.
At 1506 S. Main Street, the trailers will be stored inside the building, ready to accompany live entertainment at least twice a week, alongside line dancing and bluegrass, country and acoustic guitar performers.
Committed to supporting Nevada talent, the Hideout will locally source its spirits and beers and encourage food trucks to park in the rear courtyard. Yet to announce a projected debut date and currently working its way through the city’s approval process, the team predicts future serving hours will be from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.