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Reviews by Tchuck:
3.68/5 rDev 0%
We went there Monday night to have some beers and food while watching the Pats/Jets game. The Pats delivered more than I expected, and Pour 24 delivered about what I expected (based on earlier reviews). I agree with the earlier reviews (especially DoubleJ's), so I'll just reiterate the main points:
The beers are more expensive than other Strip beer bars/brewpubs (Burger Bar @ Mandalay, Sin City), and they add up. The food (pizza from across the food court) was adequate but not impressive. I thought the draft selection was more expansive than the Burger Bar, but it seemed to appeal to the BMC crowd as well (unlike the Burger Bar). Service was attentive and friendly that night---I had gone there earlier in the day and was served by a bartender finishing up her shift who was marginally friendly and borderline brusque. There is no atmosphere to speak of, but they did have widescreens and had the game on. The only atmosphere that was there that night was a few Pats fans (including us) getting some satisfaction out of the Pats annhilating the big-mouth Jets.
Worth a stop (especially during Happy Hour, before 2 p.m.) to try a beer that's new-to-you, but not worth a lot of your time. If you're spending more time (and money), I'd head over to the Burger Bar.
12-10-2010 00:30:14 | More by Tchuck
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2.62/5 rDev -28.8%
Advertised as "THE" place to get craft in New York- New York...well the bar down on the first floor had a better selection to choose from including an Alaskan Hopthermia IPA I'd never heard of but enjoyed! If Pour 24 wants to bill itself as a "craft" bar, maybe they should invest in craft beers...wow, what a concept!!!! Green Flash on draft alone does not qualify!
07-12-2014 03:12:32 | More by TheRougeBastard
3.74/5 rDev +1.6%
Like many have said, it's a bar inside NyNy, open floor plan with the rest of the hotel and at the top of some escalators. Not a traditional bar by any means but a decent selection as others have stated. They had some amazingly fresh Green flash west coast IPA for us to enjoy. Made another trip back just to savor more. Their menu looks like they get stone, green flash, and some other crafts fairly regularly. If you are on the strip close to NY down to the Bellagio you should stop by. A cold, fresh green flash cures everything. Prost!
06-08-2014 17:20:24 | More by DanE
4.04/5 rDev +9.8%
This place is conveniently located just off the walkway between the MGM Grand and NYNY. In fact, if you are in the MGM Grand sports book, Pour 24 is about a 2 minute stroll. They had a decent selection of craft beers, including Dogfish Head 60 minute IPA. At $10 a pint, however, it seemed a little overpriced. For Vegas, the selection was quite good.
03-16-2013 21:19:02 | More by augievikings
4.62/5 rDev +25.5%
Stayed at the Excalibur and found this withing walking distance at New York New York. Good service, nice atmosphere, a craft beer oasis (as someone else mentioned) in Vegas.
I had a "flight" of 4: Great Basin Sticker IPA (decent IPA, nice hops, well balanced), Dogfish Head 60 IPA, Widmer Rotator IPA, and Sin City Stout. They have a lot of decent craft beers on draft. This was a nice break from the usual draft Vegas offerings (Bud, Coors, Corona etc).
01-10-2013 05:56:32 | More by MeanMotaScootah
2.83/5 rDev -23.1%
Pour 24 is a convenient spot on the strip where some good Craft beer can be found. It is a small bar located upstairs in the NYNY casino by the walkways to both the MGM, and Excaliber. This makes it a very convenient location and very easily accessible. The service is average, but do not expect the bartenders to be experts on the beers they serve. Being on the strip this bar does demand a premium for its beer. This is to be expected, and certainly hasn't stopped me as Im fine paying a few extra dollars for a good beer.
11-06-2012 23:54:36 | More by Broden
Pour 24 in Las Vegas, NV
84 out of 100 based on 65 ratings.