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Supper clubs have had a home in Las Vegas for decades, dating back to the Rat Pack days when pairing dinner and entertainment was commonplace. They hit new levels recently when Las Vegas Strip resorts embraced them, debuting Delilah and Mayfair Supper Club — often with hard-to-get reservations. But Las Vegas dinner entertainment is far from limited to a jazzy pianist and an accompanying crooner. Here are the restaurants in which you can catch a concert, jam out with a band, or just enjoy the sound of jazz while enjoying a meal.

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Hennessey's Tavern

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While live music abounds downtown, this bar brings in bands nightly, from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. or later, for jamming out in view of the Fremont Street Experience Viva Vision canopy. The menu is loaded with burger options, Irish favorites, fish tacos, and a steak and shrimp plate. The live music calendar is updated regularly, often highlighted by local bands.

Downtown Container Park

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If you’re heading downtown, swing by Downtown Container Park. Once past the fire-shooting mantis, you’ll find a handful of eateries and tiny bars. In the park, there is usually a band, drum circle, or some sort of entertainment taking over the stage at the park’s rear. Grab a bite from any of the casual restaurants and bring it down to the grass or post up at a bar like Oak & Ivy to enjoy the music.

Munch on chicken nachos, street tacos, and drunk dogs (or try the vegan menu) while sipping on cheap drafts at this arts district bar. Local bands usually play in the backyard patio on weekend nights, accompanied by swirling disco lights. Or take the stage yourself during open mic night.

Dawg House Saloon & Sports Book

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It’s a sportsbook by day but when the games end you’ll find live entertainment intermixed with typical pub grub and a number of breakfast specials including steak and eggs and a smoked salmon platter if you last until morning. The Mouse House dining truck is also tucked inside, dishing specialty grilled cheeses.

Delilah

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This elegant supper club is a throwback to the swanky days of Las Vegas — and the dining room may be the most beautiful one in the city. Brass palm trees extend up, up, up into the raised ceilings, creating intimate spaces for velvet banquettes for guests and raised stages for the singers. Make it a date night and order off the “Live a Little” menu where you’ll find broiled Maine lobster, jumbo prawns, and blue crab oscar. Shellfish and prime-cut steaks round out the menu, while jazz musicians add ambiance.  

The dining room inside Delilah.
Delilah.
Robert Miller

The Sand Dollar Lounge

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Rocking since 1976, this iconic blues bar has seen Muddy Waters, B.B. King, and Mick Jagger hop on its tiny stage for impromptu appearances. On the daily now, it’s booze, blues, and really good pizza. A reliable hang for Vegas industry worked, pop in for late-night tunes, a slice for Free Bird Pizza and a Redemption Song cocktail.

Assorted cocktails at the Sand Dollar Lounge.
The Sand Dollar Lounge.
The Sand Dollar Lounge

Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que

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Slide on your cowboy boots and kick up your heels. Gilley’s is a honky tonk saloon where saddles serve as seats, barbecue rules, and folks two-step and line dance — most nights to a live band. Chow down on baby back ribs, cowboy burgers, and chili. You’ll need it if you hope to last eight seconds on the mechanical bull.

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Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que.
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Brooklyn Bowl

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When you talk about food and music, there might not be a better combo to experience both than Brooklyn Bowl. The fried chicken is legendary and the acts are top-notch. Southern food shines with catfish bites, deep-fried pickles, and BBQ pork sliders making the marquee. Tickets for smaller touring acts and recurring themed nights — like those celebrating emo music or ‘90s hits — are often under $30. But you can also take full advantage of the setting and book a bowling lane for your group to use during the show. 

Brooklyn Bowl.
Brooklyn Bowl.
Danny Germain

The Mayfair Supper Club

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This elegant supper club overlooking the Fountains at Bellagio blends fine dining (think caviar, tableside-carved Wagyu prime rib, and lobster thermidor) with entertainment centering on a duo of characters based on classic Hollywood greats, Mae West and Fred Astaire. The show plays over the course of the evening, meaning you’ll be treated to jazzy covers of pop songs, choreography, comedy, and even roving entertainers whether you dine or early or saunter in for a late-night dinner.

The view of the Fountains at Bellagio inside The Mayfair Supper Club
The Mayfair Supper Club.
Louiie Victa

The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails

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This speakeasy — hidden in a barbershop — focuses on whiskey, spiked juices, and live music. Sure, you’ll find a dozen snacks like pizza pockets, mini lobster tacos, and edamame, but the real draw here is your chance to sing karaoke with a live band or see local musicians playing country or rock ‘n’ roll.  

The Barbershop Cuts &amp; Cocktails
The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails
Amelinda B Lee

Nine Fine Irishmen

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Meet up for a pint at the place where every day is St. Patrick’s Day. Bands play Irish music nightly from 9 p.m. into the wee hours of the morning, while diners nosh on shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash, and other traditional Irish dishes. Wash it all down with stouts, ales, lagers, and spirits.

Dispensary Lounge

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Step back in time at this no-frills bar. Part jazz lounge and part dive bar, this old-school saloon preserves its past — even the water wheel that has been in place since day one still lazily revolves at the bar’s center. Stop in for burgers, baskets of fried shrimp, tuna melts, and music with live jazz singers every Thursday. 

House of Blues Restaurant & Bar

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Dig into some chicken and waffles at Sunday’s Gospel Brunch or grab a Southern-style dinner before a concert. Jambalaya, blackened salmon, and voodoo shrimp highlight the Cajun side of the menu. 

Basilico Ristorante Italiano

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Basilico’s menu is an upscale take on traditional Italian dishes and it delivers them with delicate, artistic plating. Mix in jazz-style performances and this eatery has become a hotspot in its southwest neighborhood. 

The Bootlegger Italian Bistro

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The Bootlegger is a Las Vegas institution. It has been dishing out plates of spaghetti, sausage subs, and slabs of lasagna for decades. Grab a cannoli or slice of cheesecake and settle in for the nightly jazz performance.  

Hennessey's Tavern

While live music abounds downtown, this bar brings in bands nightly, from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. or later, for jamming out in view of the Fremont Street Experience Viva Vision canopy. The menu is loaded with burger options, Irish favorites, fish tacos, and a steak and shrimp plate. The live music calendar is updated regularly, often highlighted by local bands.

Downtown Container Park

If you’re heading downtown, swing by Downtown Container Park. Once past the fire-shooting mantis, you’ll find a handful of eateries and tiny bars. In the park, there is usually a band, drum circle, or some sort of entertainment taking over the stage at the park’s rear. Grab a bite from any of the casual restaurants and bring it down to the grass or post up at a bar like Oak & Ivy to enjoy the music.

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Munch on chicken nachos, street tacos, and drunk dogs (or try the vegan menu) while sipping on cheap drafts at this arts district bar. Local bands usually play in the backyard patio on weekend nights, accompanied by swirling disco lights. Or take the stage yourself during open mic night.

Dawg House Saloon & Sports Book

It’s a sportsbook by day but when the games end you’ll find live entertainment intermixed with typical pub grub and a number of breakfast specials including steak and eggs and a smoked salmon platter if you last until morning. The Mouse House dining truck is also tucked inside, dishing specialty grilled cheeses.

Delilah

This elegant supper club is a throwback to the swanky days of Las Vegas — and the dining room may be the most beautiful one in the city. Brass palm trees extend up, up, up into the raised ceilings, creating intimate spaces for velvet banquettes for guests and raised stages for the singers. Make it a date night and order off the “Live a Little” menu where you’ll find broiled Maine lobster, jumbo prawns, and blue crab oscar. Shellfish and prime-cut steaks round out the menu, while jazz musicians add ambiance.  

The dining room inside Delilah.
Delilah.
Robert Miller

The Sand Dollar Lounge

Rocking since 1976, this iconic blues bar has seen Muddy Waters, B.B. King, and Mick Jagger hop on its tiny stage for impromptu appearances. On the daily now, it’s booze, blues, and really good pizza. A reliable hang for Vegas industry worked, pop in for late-night tunes, a slice for Free Bird Pizza and a Redemption Song cocktail.

Assorted cocktails at the Sand Dollar Lounge.
The Sand Dollar Lounge.
The Sand Dollar Lounge

Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que

Slide on your cowboy boots and kick up your heels. Gilley’s is a honky tonk saloon where saddles serve as seats, barbecue rules, and folks two-step and line dance — most nights to a live band. Chow down on baby back ribs, cowboy burgers, and chili. You’ll need it if you hope to last eight seconds on the mechanical bull.

<span data-author="211">Gilley’s Saloon, Dancehall and Bar-B-Que. </span>
Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que.
Gilley’s Saloon, Dancehall and Bar-B-Que/Facebook

Brooklyn Bowl

When you talk about food and music, there might not be a better combo to experience both than Brooklyn Bowl. The fried chicken is legendary and the acts are top-notch. Southern food shines with catfish bites, deep-fried pickles, and BBQ pork sliders making the marquee. Tickets for smaller touring acts and recurring themed nights — like those celebrating emo music or ‘90s hits — are often under $30. But you can also take full advantage of the setting and book a bowling lane for your group to use during the show. 

Brooklyn Bowl.
Brooklyn Bowl.
Danny Germain

The Mayfair Supper Club

This elegant supper club overlooking the Fountains at Bellagio blends fine dining (think caviar, tableside-carved Wagyu prime rib, and lobster thermidor) with entertainment centering on a duo of characters based on classic Hollywood greats, Mae West and Fred Astaire. The show plays over the course of the evening, meaning you’ll be treated to jazzy covers of pop songs, choreography, comedy, and even roving entertainers whether you dine or early or saunter in for a late-night dinner.

The view of the Fountains at Bellagio inside The Mayfair Supper Club
The Mayfair Supper Club.
Louiie Victa

The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails

This speakeasy — hidden in a barbershop — focuses on whiskey, spiked juices, and live music. Sure, you’ll find a dozen snacks like pizza pockets, mini lobster tacos, and edamame, but the real draw here is your chance to sing karaoke with a live band or see local musicians playing country or rock ‘n’ roll.  

The Barbershop Cuts &amp; Cocktails
The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails
Amelinda B Lee

Nine Fine Irishmen

Meet up for a pint at the place where every day is St. Patrick’s Day. Bands play Irish music nightly from 9 p.m. into the wee hours of the morning, while diners nosh on shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash, and other traditional Irish dishes. Wash it all down with stouts, ales, lagers, and spirits.

Dispensary Lounge

Step back in time at this no-frills bar. Part jazz lounge and part dive bar, this old-school saloon preserves its past — even the water wheel that has been in place since day one still lazily revolves at the bar’s center. Stop in for burgers, baskets of fried shrimp, tuna melts, and music with live jazz singers every Thursday. 

House of Blues Restaurant & Bar

Dig into some chicken and waffles at Sunday’s Gospel Brunch or grab a Southern-style dinner before a concert. Jambalaya, blackened salmon, and voodoo shrimp highlight the Cajun side of the menu. 

Basilico Ristorante Italiano

Basilico’s menu is an upscale take on traditional Italian dishes and it delivers them with delicate, artistic plating. Mix in jazz-style performances and this eatery has become a hotspot in its southwest neighborhood. 

The Bootlegger Italian Bistro

The Bootlegger is a Las Vegas institution. It has been dishing out plates of spaghetti, sausage subs, and slabs of lasagna for decades. Grab a cannoli or slice of cheesecake and settle in for the nightly jazz performance.  

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