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Pour 24

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69 Ratings
Ratings: 69
Reviews: 61
rAvg: 3.67
pDev: n/a
Taps: 24
Bottles: 24
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Bar, Eatery ]

3790 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109-4338
United States
phone: (866) 815-4365

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @nynyvegas

Notes:
Located in New York New York Hotel & Casino.

(Place added by: paulyrimz on 11-19-2007)
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4.75/5  rDev +29.4%

Photo of MeanMotaScootah
4.62/5  rDev +25.9%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 4.25

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).

Photo of Yetiman420
4.44/5  rDev +21%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5

I was staying at the Luxor for a conference at Madalay Bay and made a couple of stops at Pour 24 and The Burger Bar. I give a slight edge to Pour 24 because of the quality of their North American craft taps and people watching at a high-traffic site.

Beers were $7 for about 20 oz and here's what they had on tap...
Alaskan Amber and ESB
Big Sky IPA and Moose Drool
Firestone Walker Double Barrell and Pale Ale
Kona Wailua Wheat
Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat
Sierra Nevada Seasonal
Sin City Amber
Widmer Hefe
Anchor Seasonal
Blue Moon
Pyramid Hefe
Desechutes Black Butte Porter
New Belgium 1554, Fat Tire, and Mothership Wit
Rogue Bruttal Bitter, Dead Guy, Shakespeare
Stone Ruinition and Arrogant Bastard

I had different servers each visit and they all seemed fairly knowledgeable and friendly. One told me the most popular beers were Shakespeare and Ruinition. Another said the taps are constant except for the rotating seasonals. He did say they could no longer get Breckenridge Oatmeal Stout and were working to get it back on tap. It's right next door to the crime to humanity - Coyote Ugly. It's a great people watching spot and it beats the days of Sam Adams being the best beer available in Vegas. I'm very happy to see such a nice NA craft selection.

Photo of BigDank
4.39/5  rDev +19.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Visited Pour 24 recently on a weekend trip to Vegas with my girlfried and one of her friends. Definitely a decent place with a nice atmosphere but never really too many people around the bar. The bar is located basically in the hallway just inside the New York New York hotel building right next to Coyote Ugly and is overlooking the hotels casino. Nice tap selection at about 20 or so (can't remember exactly) with some big names and really good beers. Tried a Stone Ruination on tap and it was excellent. First time I had it and wish I could have it here. Also had a few other beers by Stone, Abita, Pyramid, and a couple locals. I took a couple flights in order to try as many beers (or all of them) that I hadn't had before. The bartender wasn't the most social person but still was helpful when I asked for a good place to buy beer in town and referred me to Lee's Discount Liquor about 5 miles down the street which had a great selection. Hotel is located right on the strip so it's a great place to stop if you are just wandering around as I was. Seemed to be the best place for good beer on the strip of all the places I visited. Would absolutely go back if I happen to make it back to Vegas at any time.

Photo of BeTheBall
4.3/5  rDev +17.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Went there with a friend last night to watch the 2nd half of the Patriots-Jets game, which ended badly in OT. Located inside New York New York on the strip. The bar is one floor up an escalator from the casino floor and is located in what is almost like a mall type area where the are numerous bars, stores and eateries. Very airy and spaceous feeling. The bar is L shaped and there are a few tables as well. 24 taps are mounted on a wall that is made to look like a block of ice; kind of cool. Our bartender Giorgio was very nice and very attentive; he claims "those people on BA" sometimes give bad reviews because his beer is too cold?
Being in LV from Mass., I wanted to try things I can't get at home...
Began with a flight of Big Sky IPA, Big Sky Moose Drool, Firestone Double Barrel and Deschutes Black Butte Porter. Later had Ruination (couldn't resist) then another Black Butte. The beer was great, and the glasses not chilled, but all beers were served in a pilsner glass. Not perfect, but not bad. Did not eat there, so can't review the food. 12 oz. beers were $7.oo, a ligtle pricey but for Vegas it could be worse.
Overall it was a decent place to watch the game, and a way better selection than most other places on the strip. Would definitely go back...

Photo of UptownKevin
4.24/5  rDev +15.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5

While on our beer tour of the Vegas strip, my wife and I made our way through the casino, up the elevator and bellied up to the bar at the "shopping-mall-esque" Pour 24. Being in the middle of a mall, in the middle of a casino, we didn't really know what to expect, since a majority of the patrons were either sipping Bud Lite from a bottle or passing by quickly to buy a Corona roadie in a plastic cup. But we were shocked at the good service and quality of the beer when the bartender realized that we were "beer people." It was ultimately one of our more memorable and best beer stops while in Vegas.

The selection is pretty good, with 24 taps (duh?) and many more in a bottle. Since we are east coasters, we figured it would be best to sample things that we couldn't get elsewhere. Being at a beer bar, we chose primarily to drink what was on tap. Although I cannot remember all of the beers we drank (I am sure I have pictures), we did get a beer sampler, which allowed us to try 5 great beers that we can't get back east, including Big Sky IPA, Black Butte Porter, Fat Tire (quite underwhelmed) and 1554. In addition, we got the beer description cards that explained each beer. Really added to the experience.

As far as the price, I rated it "reasonable" because it is Vegas. I have to admit that although it would have been expensive for some, it was quite well priced for the location.

Overall, this place was great. Every beer was served in glassware, the temps of the beers were a little cold, but I like them that way and the open air atmosphere was great for people watching. Once the bartenders realized that we were there for the beer, their attitudes were very positive and helpful (I can't blame them, as they likely serve plenty of Bud Light). Can't wait to go back.

Photo of BelgianBrewFan
4.14/5  rDev +12.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

My husband and I decided to stop in while on our way to the Bellagio. The bar overlooks the New York New York casino floor and boasts a solid 24 taps. However, don't expect a pub atmosphere. This little baby is right out in the open amongst the casino traffic. The only downside is the fact that it is located across from Houdini's Magic Shop and the microphoned "magician-on-duty" was extremely annoying. Other than that, the place was a nice change of pace from the usual lounge/cocktail bar.

Our bartender was great and really fast. During the course of our visit, I ordered a Stone Arrogant Bastard and a Stone Ruination. My husband had a Black Butte which was fantastic. They also had some other great selections such as Big Sky, Kona and Firehouse. We sat around playing video poker and relaxing. After all of the walking, it is definitely a refreshing pit stop. I wouldn't spend hours and hours here (based on the location) but it is absolutely worth a try!

Photo of ericfb18
4.14/5  rDev +12.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Visited Pour 24 on August 7, 2009. Located on the second flour of New York New York, overlooking the casino. Thought the atmosphere was great, but the bar was relatively slow during our visit (7pm on a Friday). Went for the flight, choosing Big Daddy IPA, Black Butte, Adams Apple Ale, Big Sky IPA and Wailua Wheat...was not too impressed with the Adams Apple.

Unfortunately they do not serve any food...would have loved to stay and have a few more pints. Overall, a decent selection of beer for Vegas and would recommend to BA's with plans to visit the area.

Photo of hellomcfly
4.14/5  rDev +12.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

A neat looking bar that's kind of out in the open in NYNY. They have, as the name suggests, 24 beers on tap. They also have several bottles. This is probably the best beer selection on the strip that I can think of. The bartender was a nice french guy who didn't seem to be a beer guy himself but seemed to have been educated on what he was serving. He said that all the bar tenders there sampled all 24 beers which I think is pretty good management. The beers were a little bit pricey but fair considering it is on the strip. There weren't many other people at he bar so the bartender was attentive and talked us up a good bit. My dad and I did a flight and both ordered 1 beer. The selection isn't huge but it looks like they tried to go for a decent variety. Surely worth stopping by if you're near the NYNY.

Photo of thain709
4.14/5  rDev +12.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

I would not have expected to find this place right out in the open. It was a little strange walking up to the bar and sitting down because everyone was walking up and getting their macro fix and walking away. I took the time to sit down and gaze at the...24...taps.

The bartender noticed I was staring at the taps and she gave me a beer list....wonderful! A great selection of taps...since I'm from the east coast...the bottle selection wasn't anything special. I was able to enjoy a flight...which you can make your own...and I had Firestone Pale Ale, Deschuttes Black Butte, New Belgium Fat Tire, Rogue Shakespeare Stout, and Stone Arrogant Bastard.

Although this place is out in the open...it's still a great place to enjoy a beer. You can sit back with a beer and people watch as Coyote Ugly is right down the hall.

Photo of paulyrimz
4.05/5  rDev +10.4%
vibe: 2 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Overall, a nice addition to the Las Vegas beer scene. I can see this place being frequented by many BAs in the coming years. Beer selection is very good for Las Vegas standards. Just like the website boasts, 24 beers on tap, 24 beers in the bottles. Though nothing jumped out at me in the bottle list, a couple drafts looked good. I started with a Breckinridge Vanilla Porter. Though not my favorite style, very nice way to start the evening. Moving on, I had a Rogue Shakespeare Stout on tap, as well as a Big Sky IPA from Montana, all solid offerings. Full beer menu is located on the website. Though I did miss the lack of food options, the free peanuts made up for it (though they are a spicey bunch of mixed nuts!). Atmosphere is the only thing lacking at this place. It felt as though they've had some extra space in the NY, NY for awhile that they never put to use, and decided to put a beer bar right next to the escalator. There is no intimacy to this pub. The ambiance seems to get drowned out by all the foot traffic and neighboring loud music of Coyote Ugly. I shouldn't be negative, because I had a super positive experience, most of it coming from the helpful bar staff. Pints range from $6 to $6.50, and half pint tastings of four total beers are offered at $14 dollars a pop. Very reasonable for the Strip. All ye Las Vegas visitors, come on by to Pour 24, when you're in town. I'll think you'll enjoy a pint, or two, or three.

Photo of augievikings
4.04/5  rDev +10.1%
vibe: 3.25 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

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.

Photo of Daniellobo
4.01/5  rDev +9.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

A craft beer oasis in a desert of casinos.

There is little to complaint about for a decent place that offers good draft beer in the middle of the strip. Located in one of the indoor public passage areas of the "New York, New York" hotel and casino, the intent to offer 24 brews on tap is quite commendable.

Given the setting, the perception of the place typically hinges on the service. Of the two servers at the time of our visit one seemed decent if somewhat uninterested, while the one that took care of us during most of the session was knowleadeble, collaborative, and rather pleasing. He quickly spotted our interest in craft beers, and was very accomodating with small tastes of the brews, and suggested good brews according to the different profile of the customer, quite the professional actually.

The atmosphere is Vegas casino crowd so that is that, with very few of the patrons actually ordering craft brews, settling instead for cocktails, frozen drinks, or macros, of which they also held a good quantity to cover the demand. In that context we felt that those interested in the taps were very well taken care of. All brews were served in a generic, maybe not ideal but fairly appropriate, glassware in the form of tall conic shaped glasses, with good pouring protocol.

Sure enough the selection while good might not be mind blowing, but even though a couple of the kegs were done for the day, the offer was pretty decent, and it is a good stop for craft aficionados who can not scape the strip.

At the time:

Abita Purple Haze
Alaskan Amber
Adam's Apple Ale
Big Sky IPA
Big Sky Moose Drool
Newcastle Brown Ale
Firestone Pale Ale
Wailua Wheat
Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat
Primo Island Lager
Sin City Amber
Haywire Hefeweizen
Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA
Blue Moon Seasonal
Pyramid Hefeweizen
Deschutes Black Butte Porter
New Belgium 1554
New Belgium Fat Tire
New Belgium Mothership Wit
Sam Adams Seasonal
Rogue Dead Guy Ale
Rogue Shakespeare Stout
Stone Ruination
Stone Arrogant Bastard

There were also some perfunctory macro bottles and a cider on tap. Ah, and if anybody is into buying their souvenir plastic glass-bottle they sure can refill it with any selection to go. Likewise, while during our time they did not serve any food, patrons are very welcome to bring their own from any of the stablishments in that area of the casino. So there is no excuse not to have a bite if one need to do so with the beer.

Photo of objectivemonkey
4/5  rDev +9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

With Pour 24 of NYNY, I believe context is the most important thing to keep in mind. Context, and trade offs.

For example, its a pretty cool looking bar, but it isn't so much a bar as an bar-like kiosk pushing high quality beer on your way to other things, but its very good for people watching if you do sit down. I'd find it expensive but for the worse, more expensive beers I've paid for elsewhere in this boozing mecca. They serve you beer in plastic cups (!!!), but that just means you get to enjoy your beer whilst walking about, taking in the Vegas strip.

The service is prompt, if standoffish, even with huge crowds I haven't had to wait too long for a beer. The selection is on the high side for Vegas, having seen offerings from Stone, Kona, Deschuttes, NB, Rogue, Firestone, Alaskan, among others.

When I was there with the bros, we put in a rule: get within a stones through of Pour 24, and we had to stop to get a beer. Staying at Mandalay, and being on the shortcut trail through NYNY up and down the trip, the rule was exercised frequently:)

Photo of Bierguy5
4/5  rDev +9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Pour 24 is just inside New York, New York in an area of shops, right next to Coyote Ugly. This is not much more than a small bar area, but you can sit and overlook the casino floor. A few tv's to watch sports as well. The taps are situated in what looks like a big block of ice. This is really a prime people watching spot, and a nice place to take a break and have a drink or 3.

All the beers were served in Pilsner glasses, although I did see some snifters around as well. The only knock I would have is that the beers, and glasses, were a bit cold. The servers were friendly, and had a bit of knowledge.

Among the taps were Alaskan Amber, Stone Ruination & Arrogant Bastard, Big Sky IPA & Moose Drool, Firestone Double Barrel & Pale, and Anchor Old Foghorn.

No food, so just grab a drink. To me, the best part was that it was in a good area to cut through walking to MGM or Excalibur. Stop for a beer, or as is the beauty of Vegas, get on to go walk around with. Beers were $7 a piece, but that seems to be about average out there. Good stop.

Photo of JohneHoodlum
4/5  rDev +9%

Photo of richkrull
4/5  rDev +9%

Photo of tomtuttle
3.95/5  rDev +7.6%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Located at the top of the escalator very near the Coyote Ugly bar in New York New York, Pour 24 is just a place to get a beer, look out over the casino and perhaps watch some sports on TV.

The beer selection is excellent. About two dozen craft beers were available (for $7 each). They do provide the opportunity for four, six-ounce samplers for $14.

It is extremely difficult to find delicious beer on the Las Vegas Strip. This spot - conveniently located on the same level as the pedestrian walkways to Excalibur and MGM Grand - is worth a stop. I enjoyed getting a Stone Ruination and then walking downstairs to grab a slice of Pizza. You can get beer in either a glass (to drink there) or a plastic cup (to go).

It can be quite noisy at times, but I met some really wonderful fellow travelers there.

Availability of beers with character makes NYNY relatively unique among the casinos on the strip.

Photo of djeucalyptus
3.94/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

Rating and reviewing places in Vegas is always a tough one, and the above scores have been adjusted to fall in line with the Vegas standard... (i.e. value is reasonable only by vegas standards)

Situated upstairs in New York New York, one side looks out onto the casino floor, the other onto a menagerie of shops, including a new york pretzel stand, Coyote Ugly, and a magic shop. An interesting, although fairly un-bar-like atmosphere. a great spot for people watching, an alright spot for beer drinking.

In case you didn't catch it, there are 24 taps, including the likes of Firestone, Rogue, Stone, Alaskan, Anchor, etc. Tap lines didn't seem funky. the glasses were clean, and the pours decent.

My girlfriend and I were slightly taken aback when after asking for a Rogue Shakespeare Stout, she was warned that it was "dark, like Guinness..." understandable, yet still somewhat surprising from a beer bar. It gets busy, and when full, it can take a little while to get service, but it is what it is.

Everything came in a pilsner glass, which was a bit funky. But my pilsner glass came filled with Old Foghorn, which more than made up for it.

All in all, an impressive selection by Vegas standards. and considering many bars charge $7 for a bottle of Heineken, $7 for Rogue, Stone, and Anchor Old Foghorn seems like a pretty decent value to me. Definitely a must stop if visiting Vegas and on the strip.

Photo of SkinnyElvis
3.94/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Vegas baby yeah! I hit Pour yesterday PM after ducking out of my conference. Vibe is weird since it basically on a concourse in NY, NY and all the gamblers/tourists are walking by. Service was good but the bar was empty so I would expect good service. Bartender chatted me up about Vegas which was cool. Good brew on tap (Stone, Sierra, Big Sky, Alaskan, New Belgium, among others) and some bottles which would be graded as very good if grading on the Vegas beer curve since it is a lousy beer town. If on the Strip, a good place to stop.

Cheers.

Photo of CMW
3.94/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

As we stayed at the MGM, this place was right across the skywalk.

Atmosphere is not the best as this is right in the middle of the casino. It is not its own section or store, it is literally right in the middle of the action. That being said it is a great place to pop in for a good beer and play video poker.

As you might have guessed, 24 taps. For people not from the West Coast, this place is great. Kona, Deschutes, Stone all on tap. I opted for the Deschutes Black Butte and Kona Wailua Wheat even though my wife claims otherwise (see review below mine).

Service was better than expected bartender new the beers and then once he saw we did, he left us alone. We knew what we wanted and didn't need the idle conversation.

Pints were $7, so it was not the best value on the strip but definately not the worst. Next time we are in Vegas we will stop in for a beer or two.

Photo of TexIndy
3.89/5  rDev +6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4.5

I checked the forums before my trip to Vegas and saw this one on several lists so we checked it out. Interesting place. It tucked into a corner by the escalators with a great view into the casino. We had a couple beers while watching the action and "scenery". As we walked up to it, we weren't expecting much until we say the taps. Didn't see the bottle list but on tap that I remember were Firestone Pale Ale, Alaskan Amber, Black Butte, Fat Tire, Widmer, Shakespeare Stout and Arrogant Bastard. 2 of us are huge craft beer drinkers, 1 is really starting to get into good beer and the last one is just starting to get his feet wet. With the large selection, we were all able to find brews to hit the spot. Nice change of pace from most casino bars.

The quality was excellent. None of had an off beer out of the 10 or so in total that we had. The service was a bit disappointing. The bartender was overworked and running from patron to patron so his attitude was "what the hell do you want...and make it quick". Was going to ask about some of the ones I'd never tried before but decided I didn't want to deal with it.

High recommendation if you are close to it and looking for a good beer while crowd watching.

I would not have expected to find this place right out in the open. It was a little strange walking up to the bar and sitting down because everyone was walking up and getting their macro fix and walking away. I took the time to sit down and gaze at the...24...taps.

The bartender noticed I was staring at the taps and she gave me a beer list....wonderful! A great selection of taps...since I'm from the east coast...the bottle selection wasn't anything special. I was able to enjoy a flight...which you can make your own...and I had Firestone Pale Ale, Deschuttes Black Butte, New Belgium Fat Tire, Rogue Shakespeare Stout, and Stone Arrogant Bastard.

Although this place is out in the open...it's still a great place to enjoy a beer. You can sit back with a beer and people watch as Coyote Ugly is right down the hall.

Photo of JToad
3.89/5  rDev +6%
vibe: 2 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

If it wasnt for the horrible atmosphere, it would rank higher. This is not a bar, just a walk up spot with a few seats to try one of the 24 beers they have on draft. Located in New York, New York Las Vegas, the hotel itself is very nice, however putting this place upstairs does it a disservice. The selection however is very good, with the only macro available was a Leinenkugels. I tried the custom flight, which was any four 6oz samples of your choice. I had the Firestone Double Barrel Ale, Stone Ruination, Anchor Seasonal (not sure which one, im assuming it was the Christmas) and Kona's Porter I believe. This was $14 which wasnt too bad. Server was pretty knowledgeable. My wife pointed out how so many people were ordering bottels of Bud Light and Miller Lite, which was very depressing.

All in all, they had great selection, just the layout and design was ill concieved.

Photo of cfrancis
3.89/5  rDev +6%
vibe: 2 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Had a great bartender named Eddie. Bar is out in the open at the top of the escalator. This makes the atmosphere less than perfect. Wasn't terribly busy and talked with me about most of the beers, allowing me little samplers for free. I had 6 beers including the 4-6oz flyer pack. Too bad they didn't have food, would have been great to stay there and eat at the same time. Will be back the next time I'm in Vegas.

Eddie was a laid back Mexican with 70's swept back hair. Talked with a slow drawl and recommends the Arrogant Bastard.

Photo of jpro
3.88/5  rDev +5.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 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.

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Pour 24 in Las Vegas, NV
84 out of 100 based on 69 ratings.