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1. Triple 7 Brew Pub
the Triple 7 is the only place downtown where you can enjoy a low-stress beer without sitting inside or very near the heart of a noisy casino.
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2. Jack's Irish Pub
Jack's has some unique touches you won't find in the multitude of other Irish pubs in town. The booths have their own small televisions, making it easy to watch sporting events like soccer -- if you're a true Irish sports fan.
Rating: [10] Votes: [10] Hits: [472] | Apr 22, 2003
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3. Crown & Anchor
the Crown and Anchor has maintained a calm, stately indifference that allows the two-level English pub to continue to be Vegas' least pretentious, yet most lively, watering hole.
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4. Brendan's Irish Pub
Brendan's Irish Pub at the Orleans is more fun than a pack of leprechauns at the end of the rainbow.
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5. Monte Carlo Brew Pub
You can come in here and order a High Roller Red without getting hemmed in or blasted out. Even when live bands are playing -- weekend nights, mostly -- the Monte Carlo is as serene as any establishment located miles from the resort corridor.
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6. Nine Fine Irishmen
This authentic Irish pub features Irish food, drinks and uniquely Irish song, dance and storytelling.
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