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3.46/5 rDev -6%
I went to this establishment tonight. I wasn't sure what to expect as far as the 24 taps available. Overall I was pretty disappointed with the selection. Most of the tap list was macro and semi macro "craft" crap. A good portion of Widmer, Redhook, and Shock top and the like, with a lot of macro taps of Bud, Molson, Lanshark, and Heineken.
There were a good amount of locals which were pretty good. Sin City and Tenaya were on draft which were pretty good beers overall. The Octoberfest from Sin City was pretty mediocre but the Stout on Nitro was enjoyable. Pretty impressed with the Nut Brown from Tenaya on draft. Also had Alaskan Amber which was good and the Deadlift IPA which was really nice. The Deadlift IPA definitely had some of my favorite hops in it which helped in the overall opinion of the beer. Dogfish 60 minute, Moose Drool and Fat Tire were also on the tap list as far as craft.
They had a piss poor bottle list. Chimay Red was 15 for a 330 cl bottle which was pretty obscene. All other bottles were macros.
Overall I would say that this establishment is OK if you find yourself in the NY NY casino, but is far from being great.
As far as food, they have a deal going on with the pizzeria across the way which includes some sort of beer/pizza deal on the menu. Didn't try it out so I have no opinion on it.
The service is quite great though. I struck up a conversation with one of the bartenders and he knew his shit with the local beer scene; and recommended some stores and local pubs around where I am staying at the moment. Pretty solid for what it is in the casino overall.
07-30-2012 08:22:11 | More by superspak
3.88/5 rDev +5.4%
Stopped by on a recent trip to Vegas. En route from the MGM on a walk up the strip, wanted to stop and quench my desert-parched mouth. I'm from the East Coast, so I was looking for some stuff that's not available in these parts. They had 24 taps going and a pretty decent bottle list, but most everything was easily accessible for me back home. I ended up having an Alaskan Amber, and another to go.
Yes, the "atmosphere" here is pretty lackluster - its similar to sitting at a food court at the mall. But, there's people watching to be had, and the backside has a nice view over part of the casino. Service was fine, and prices were a touch pricey - although, by no means outrageous (or even surprising) - about a buck more than I pay for craft drafts normally. If nothing else, its at least worth stopping by to get a to go cup of good beer en route to somewhere else.
06-23-2011 19:51:44 | More by jpro
3.14/5 rDev -14.7%
I stopped at Pour 24 in the New York, New York Hotel on a mini-pub crawl on the Las Vegas Strip.
The place is a wide spot on the concourse and reminded me a little of an airport. There a lot of peripheral activities going on, like shops, eateries, people walking by and of course gaming. Seating for about 40. It does oerlook the casino floor which is cool.
Quality is just average. Kind of all over the board. Mostly regional micros. Widmer, Pyranid, Blue Moon. A real Northwest bent as opposed to California or the east coast.
Service was good. but the place was not busy.
Selection included 24 taps. There were a lot of average micros. No BMC.
Food: NA. Plenty of food places nearby. Like a mall food court.
Value is pricey. $7 for a Deadlift IPA. First I ever had on tap however.
06-01-2011 04:49:10 | More by RJLarse
3.36/5 rDev -8.7%
Spotted some Stone tap handles and such while walking through NYNY en route to Mandalay Bay, and decided to stop on the return trip.
Atmosphere gets a brutally honest low mark from me - its just a bland walk-up bar, I can't sugar coat it. There are probably a dozen or so craft taps, but once you get past Sam and Fat Tire, you really don't get much. I first went with a $7 pint of Alaskan Amber - ouch! It is Vegas, after all. The beer was in good condition though, as I figure the limited selection of good craft beers in Vegas helps places like this turn over their kegs. Judging by other reviews, the beer selection itself probably doesn't change much outside of a seasonal or two.
The service was attentive, but nothing over the top. No real personable bar tenders, but they didn't let us go empty. A walker cup of Ruination (god bless Vegas), and I was content with my stop at Pour 24. Recommended as an oasis in a beer desert.
12-13-2010 20:48:21 | More by jophish17
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
3.36/5 rDev -8.7%
I stopped by this place both of the nights that i was in Vegas on my last trip there. It seems like a great little spot to grab a beer to start or finish off the night.
Its basically out in the open, setup more like a kiosk than a dedicated bar space. There is plenty of seating both times i went.
The bartender was nice, I'm not quite sure of his knowledge about the beers, mostly because i didn't need any help especially with the selections they have here. The beers are pretty standard that you can pick up at any decent liquor store in the area, but they are good ones, Deschutes Black Butte, Stone, New Belgium, Big Sky...
I'm not gonna make it a point to stop here every time i visit, but If i'm ever in the NYNY and want a good beer, i know where i'll be stopping.
08-26-2010 17:09:22 | More by tjensen3618
United Kingdom (England)
3.65/5 rDev -0.8%
Bright open style bar overlooking the casino slots and tables on the floor below. Pour 24 is open, wait for it, 24 hours and has how many pours? Correct, 24!
We sat and people watched as the bar is located on the walkthrough type corridor to the strip and has some interesting places within eye shot. Houdini's magic shop didn't produce much fun for us, but the photo stall next door had us enthralled as tourists (like you and me in LV) had head shots taken and then given supermodel bodies or Elvis, Chipperfield, etc, etc. Strangely no one thin wanted a fat body added to their photo, but loads of large ladies wanted slimmer torso's in skimpy swimwear for their holiday snap. Even stranger was the crushed ice booth that gave huge containers (different shapes) of coloured ice with added alcohol to crowds of people passing through, or replenshing there empty vessels. Hoards of poeple seemed to be carrying these things about, strapped to their shoulders.
Anyway, back to the bar, $7.50 a pint (May 2010), I had three, the wife two: Stone Ruination, DogFishHead 60 Minute, Stone AB, for me, Sin City Amber and Anchor Steam for the good lady. Staff fine, restocking the bottles when we were sat with them, so not a lot of chatting between us, but they didn't let us go thirsty, or anyone else for that matter.
This is another of these weird LV bars that I'd have walked right past if it wasn't for BA and my pre-reading before our visit, glad I found it (not that it's hard to find).
05-24-2010 13:50:02 | More by BlackHaddock
2.88/5 rDev -21.7%
1st off, get over that the beer is expensive. If you want anything good in Vegas you will have to pay for it!
2nd, its NY, NY. The place 20 years ago, but now way down scale. It's also right inside the door as you get off the elevated walkways for crossing the street so no atnmosphere even for a past its prime hotel/casino.
The wait staff was nice.
They did have Ruination IPA on tap. A real plus in this desert for quality brews!
So, the ony reason to stop is if you are on the strip and you need your craft brew fix in this dry, dry land...
05-05-2010 17:45:28 | More by blkdth1313
3.66/5 rDev -0.5%
I go to this place every time I go to las vegas. It's in kind of an interesting location, at the top of the New York, New York casino looking over the casino and across the street the MGM Grand.
Selection is 24 taps with a good mix of mid west and west coast selections (Firestone Walker, Big Sky, New Belgium, Anderson Valley). I think the first couple times I was there were better but it's not only good but worth making a special trip to.
No food there. Bartenders are ok. Same guys for years.
04-15-2010 22:15:38 | More by david18
3.66/5 rDev -0.5%
If you're walking into New York New York from MGM or Excalibur via skywalk, you should have no trouble finding this place. Pour 24 sits next to the escalator which send you down to the casino floor. It sits "in the action" of the shops, and is a good place to peoplewatch if that's your thing, or check out the flashing lights of the casino below. Most of the seating in a rectangle around the bar, with a few seats off to the side.
24 beers on-tap, but unlike the name, 21 were pouring. Some macros are there, but at least there's some happiness found for the beer geek. There's Stone Ruination, DFH 60 Minute, Fat Tire, Moose Drool, Sin City Amber, and Leinenkugel's. There are bottles available too, but it's all mass produced stuff. The staff knew a few things about the beer they were serving, which honesty I wasn't expecting. Several types of glassware are offered with each beer they pour; I had my 60 Minute poured into a pokal.
One thing worth noting is that Pour 24 can be expensive. Even the BMC's on-tap were around $6.50 a pour. The craft stuff is priced at $7.25, which helped encourage a short stay by me.
04-01-2010 03:15:05 | More by DoubleJ
Pour 24 in Las Vegas, NV
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