Years in the making, the SerVehZah Craft Beer Bottle Shop & Taproom is finally much closer to unveiling a haven to “toast good beer” in the Arts District.
Under construction and pushing for a late summer, early fall debut, SerVehZah originally planned a smaller Henderson location back in 2018, before landing a 2,122-square-foot indoor and outdoor downtown space at the intersection of Commerce Avenue and Colorado Street.
The bar is designed with a 379-square-foot patio, and recently filed paperwork reveals the mixed-use 1301 Commerce building will also house a F45 gym and the Conrad West Gallery.
Craft beer aficionados Anthony Herrera, Jonathan Barboza, and Tony Martinez created the bar, and derived the name from the phonetic pronunciation of “beer” in Spanish.
Tentatively planned to be open daily from noon to 10 p.m. daily and closing at midnight on Friday and Saturday, the airy interior features “Hofbräu seating” at light wood chairs and tables, a long bar equipped with 24 brews on tap, a globally sourced menu of canned and bottled beers, plus a limited selection of premium spirits.
SerVehZah is expected to receive approval from the City of Las Vegas for its urban lounge license later this month.
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