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A hidden cocktail bar inside Omega Mart at Area15

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Get to Know the Secret Bar Inside Omega Mart, the Zany Grocery Store Exhibit Inside Area15

You’ll have to hunt for Datamosh inside the exhibit

Datamosh
| Louiie Victa

Omega Mart, the art installation disguised as a grocery store at Area15, has so much more to it than meets the eye. Hidden inside the exhibit, a bar dubbed Datamosh with eight specialty cocktails.

Much like the Impact Corn, Caltucky Freedom Glaze, and Americanized Beef, fake products found inside Omega Mart, visitors will have to search for the bar; staff won’t direct anyone to the space that features no signs. Instead, it’s one of those things found organically.

The little bar features the Blank Berry Bliss with the Real McCoy Rum, Wolfberger Litchi, Calpico, house-made pink peppercorn Champagne syrup, peppercorn, lemon, and basil seed; the Source with El Silencio Mezcal, Lillet Blanc, shiso, tarragon, lime, and aphoto-worthy rosemary bubble filled with smoke; the Happle with Yobo Soju, Chareau Aloe Liqueur, happle juice (made from unfiltered apple juice, simple syrup, and rice milk), Apple Schnapps, club soda, citrus, and apple blossom bitters. Buzz button flowers muddled into the drink give it an extra kick.

Omega Mart [Official Site]
Omega Mart [Official Site]
Three cocktails Omega Mart [Official Site]

From top left: Blank Berry Bliss, the Happle, and the Source at Datamosh

Omega Mart, from Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company Meow Wolf, brings what it calls “America’s Most Exceptional Grocery Store.” The 52,000-square-foot space features four giant themed areas and 60 additional installation-filled rooms, terrains, and portals to other worlds made by more than 325 artists including Beach House, Brian Eno, Amon Tobin, Shrine, and Android Jones.

Visitors start in Omega Mart, a space modeled after a big-box grocery store, filled with more than 100 custom products such as Wake Up Please! Energy Drink, Whale Song Antiperspirant/Antidepressant, Nebula Loaf, and Americanized Beef. The Dramcorp Offices on the second level of the exhibit offer a look inside a fictional, family-owned business dubbed the corporate entity behind Omega Mart, filled with a Tron-inspired office space. The Factory showcases Dramcorp’s mysterious operations and bizarre production procedures used to make Omega Mart’s signature products. The Projected Desert features an immersive video projection artwork spread over a two stories.

Area15 is a 200,000-square-foot retail and entertainment center west of I-15 with live events and art installations.

Omega Mart and Datamosh are open Monday through Thursday from 3 to 10 p.m., Friday from 3 p.m. to midnight, Saturday from 10 a.m. to midnight, and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets for the installation are available online.

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The aisles at Omega Mart
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The aisles at Omega Mart
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The aisles at Omega Mart
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The produce section at Omega Mart
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The meat counter at Omega Mart
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The freezer portal door at Omega Mart
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The checkout counter at Omega Mart
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The garage at Omega Mart
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The Projection Room at Omega Mart
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The factory at Omega Mart
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Omega Mart

3215 S Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Visit Website

Datamosh

3215 South Rancho Drive, , NV 89102

Area15

3215 South Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89102 (702) 846-1900 Visit Website
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