The Silver Stamp is a vintage, 1970s-style bar with a groovy, psychedelic ambiance and has all the beer you can dream of. &

The Silver Stamp is a beer bar that’s new to the downtown Las Vegas Gateway District, but on the inside looks as if it’s been there for decades. Wood paneling, stained glass chandeliers, beer signs, memorabilia, and neon lights emphasize its vintage 1970s charm. 

Owners Rose and Andrew built this bar from the ground up; they even documented their journey of opening a small local business on their Instagram. That includes building their own draft system to ensure the beer is always at its best quality. They also assembled a feature wall made from their personal collection of vintage beer cans gathered over several decades.

They have lived and worked in the downtown community for over 15 years and are now putting their stamp on the area.

They serve classic draft beers like Coors, Miller, Guinness, and Budweiser. Tons of craft and local beers are available too. They have such a wide variety of beers, so you can stick to your favorite or be adventurous and try something new! 

The Silver Stamp has only been open for six months, so it’s still kind of a hidden gem. It’s located at 222 E Imperial Ave Las Vegas, NV 89104, tucked away in a corner. They’re open seven days a week! Monday through Friday from 5 pm to 12 am and Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm to 12 am. 

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