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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Photo of TheRougeBastard
2.62/5  rDev -28.6%
vibe: 3 | quality: 2.25 | service: 3.5 | selection: 2

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!

Photo of snapper33
2.73/5  rDev -25.6%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 1.5

After reading the reviews here, I was looking forward to a couple of beers at this location. When my wife & I arrived, we were told that they were out of ALL of their dark beers. No stouts, no porters, no Moose Drool (which I especially wanted to try). It was a huge disappointment. The bartender, Eddie, explained that they were having trouble keeping many of their beers available and blamed it on the Spring Break season. We ended up leaving after one glass of Ruination IPA, headed towards the Burger Bar at Mandalay Place.

Photo of sideshowrob
2.74/5  rDev -25.3%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 2.5

Las Vegas is a desert. A beer desert. A hop wasteland. Pour 24 is not the craft-beer lovers oasis this town needs, however it is among the few places to offer some small lifeline to those seeking flavor in their beer.

Atmosphere - pretty much none. You are in the middle of a mall overlooking a casino. Some good people-watching ops, but yeah, pretty much youre drinking beer in a mall food court. Still, its vegas, and its an acceptable option here.

Service - fine. They employ responsible adults here that arent spending most of their time on twitter. Not much beer knowledge, but again, it Vegas.

Selection. Pour 24. Im assuming they have 24 taps. Im not counting. Mostly innoffensive middle-of-the-road offerings. Blue moon, rolling rock, C.M.B. Some good breweries, Widmer, Alaska, Dogfish, but not much to write home about. Gem of the evening -- and im assuming someone lost their job for ordering it -- is the Deadlift Imperial IPA from Widmer. Deadlift is about 3 standard deviations above the average vegas 'craft' beer. Salvaged my evening for sure.

Photo of Mel61
2.74/5  rDev -25.3%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 2 | selection: 3.5

As others have said, Pour 24 is in a shopping area overlooking the casino in New York New York.

The beer choice is good for a casino (apart from Burger Bar) but not that special. They have a habit of serving beer in plastic glasses which I certainly don't find to my taste (unless I was at a rock concert where I can understand it) and I requested my second drink in a proper glass, only for it to be poured into plastic.

We were going to order another drink, but the bar tender gruffly announced that his shift was finishing and we should settle up. Hardly made us feel welcome.

The Magic Shop opposite is better!

Photo of koolchas
2.78/5  rDev -24.3%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 4 | selection: 2

wanting to try new places while vegas, i decided to skip burger bar in mandalay bay and stroll over to pour 24 in new york, new york.

unlike most reviews here, i was not impressed. i decided to do my own "flight" of four brews. this is the first time i saw and heard of the breckinridge brand. so, i asked for a vanilla porter ... the bartender reply; "sorry, we are out." then, i ask for a moose drool; "sorry, we are out of that too." most of everything else on the 'menu' i've had before or i can anywhere in california. so, i actually considered getting up and leaving, but figured what the heck and came up with four brews anyway.

the bar itself is a cool and hip design. very open and not in a bad location for "people watching." i was there mid week and they coyote ugly had some action going on, but i can imagine how loud and wild the area can be on the weekends.

i just think the place could have stepped it up a notch on their draft selection, but given that most people coming up to bar were ordering bottles of macros, maybe they don't need to.

Photo of Broden
2.83/5  rDev -22.9%
vibe: 2 | quality: 2 | service: 3 | selection: 4

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.

Photo of blkdth1313
2.88/5  rDev -21.5%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 2

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...

Photo of bunnyhustle
3.01/5  rDev -18%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 2 | selection: 4.5

Passed by several times and visited recently with company that was in town. First of all, as many others mentioned, the atmosphere is terrible to non-existant. Its really not a bar, more of a beer kiosk. Located in a high traffic area, and out in the open, makes it hard to distinguish where the "bar" actually is. That being said, one nice thing is the view over the casino floor, but thats only if you sit at the video poker machines and then the bartenders pay no attention to you because your back is to them.

I will rate it highly on the selection based on Vegas strip standards. I was impressed with that. Some SN, Rogue, Big Sky, Stone, Alaskan, Abita, Anchor, ect...very nice selection on tap as well with the bottles. Prices are high but that is to be expected on the strip. If I recall pints were $7.00, the did have various themed flights available as well as build-your-own.

My biggest complaint was ordering a SN Celebration and geting a SNPA. The tap was for Celebration, in their defense the menu just said "Sierra Nevada Seasonal." I guess by the tap I was expecting Celebration. And SNPA isnt seasonal anyways so if it wasnt Celebration I would expect ESB or Bigfoot considering the time of year. And one of my guests ordered a Bud Light and was given a Bud. Out of the 3 of us 2 of us got something we didnt order. Bartenders never once checked on us after ordering.

All in all I'd say this is a good place to stop if your on the strip and need a break from the average beer that available. There are some nice beers if you have a few bucks that you havent lost yet. My advice would be to get the beer and go outside. You can enjoy a good beer and take in a good view of the strip.

Photo of morebeergood
3.08/5  rDev -16.1%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4

After lunch at Burger Bar in Mandalay, we walked through NYNY and stopped at Pour 24. It's a smallish sized bar overlooking the casino floor. Nothing special. Service lacked a bit, as the bartender continued to clean while we just stood there (bar was empty) and I know he saw us. One thing to note: make sure to sit down, that way you get a glass. If you are standing, he thought the beers were to go so he put them in plastic cups. Yuck. Selection was pretty solid though. I ordered a Firestone Double Barrel Ale, and my wife had the Big Sky Moose Drool Brown Ale. Pints seemed to all be $7. As we drank, I played video poker and won $7. Paid for my beer. Not bad.

Photo of marcpal
3.1/5  rDev -15.5%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3.5

Staying at Mandalay Bay and after not hitting Burger Bar for the games or lunch, this was a good place to stop on the way out with the wife prior to reservations on the strip for dinner and some gambling time.

It is a relatively small bar on the second floor of NYNY next to the aboomination Coyote Ugly. The atmosphere of good craft beers taken away by the fact that most that sat at the bar ordered BMC and Corona for the most part.

The quality of the offerings were good, actually very good for a vegas strip locale. Had some NB offerings, Rogue Shakespeare, Alaskan ESB, and Stone Imperial. They have 24 taps and not much in the way of bottle selection but not much is wasted on macros.

The service was so-so, they tried but really not catering to the craft brew crowd. Gave out cards on the beers you tasted from tap if you wanted but knowledge was pretty low and cant blame them, sure they make the money on the corona crowd.

Not going to blow you away but for a place on the strip to get the day started before anything else, worthwhile to sit down for a beer.

Price is up there but hell, after getting destroyed 10 steps away at the tables- its all relative.

Photo of RJLarse
3.14/5  rDev -14.4%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3

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.

Photo of yemenmocha
3.25/5  rDev -11.4%

Photo of Trailmix242
3.28/5  rDev -10.6%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5

Pour 24 is an interesting spot right above the casino floor in the New York New York casino. Good for people watching though there is an annoying magic shop across the way that are always showing the same magic trick over and over which drove me crazy. Selection is pretty decent for Las Vegas. Plenty of New Belgium, Stone, and few other big player craft brews nothing to unusual here. All beers are $7 which is kind of weird since I had a Stone Ruination for $7 then a New Begium Wit for $7 obviously the Stone was a better value. Bar tenders are attentive though not super friendly. Not a bad place to grab a beer or even a beer to carry around since you can get it to go.

Photo of tjensen3618
3.36/5  rDev -8.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 2.5

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.

Photo of jophish17
3.36/5  rDev -8.4%
vibe: 2 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 2.5

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.

Photo of rxdrewthejew
3.41/5  rDev -7.1%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

I seriously nearly walked right past this place, but it's really quite easy to find right next to the Coyote Ugly in NY, NY. It's very new and clean, but the location isn't great because it's right out in the lobby and there's lots of people walking all over the place.
Decent selection on tap, nothing special in bottles. No macro's on any of the 24 taps which was good. I got a Rogue Brutal Bitter which tasted a bit watered down to me. They also had the Anchor and Sierra Nevada seasonals, Arrogant Bastard, Moose Drool and some others. Didn't blow me away but this is Vegas, and it's hard to find anything better than a Guiness most places.
Prices were ok, it was like 6-7 bucks for I think 9 ounces. Not great, but again, it's Vegas. Chatted a bit with the bartender who was a real nice guy. Said he had never really tried much beer before he started working there, but that he'd been drinking a few different brews every week. Told me that he figured out the macros are all the same, but that this was real beer. I told him to keep spreading the gospel...but sadly everybody else at the bar was ordering crap. Ah well.
No food, but they did offer free bar snacks so that's a plus.
If you're in NY, it's an easy place to get a decent pint, but not nearly as good as Burger Bar IMO.

Photo of cdkrenz
3.43/5  rDev -6.5%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 4

I probably got my hopes up way too much before hitting up Pour 24. On the flight last Thursday to Vegas I was reading the on-flight magazine and under "Microbreweries" was Pour 24. I explained to Krista, my wife, how I would really like to try it out. She agreed as she's always up to try a few good brews. Well, we didn't make it there until Saturday afternoon and when we arrived we discovered it to not be a microbrewery at all. It was a beer bar. Great selection too. It even carried a Leinenkugel's Brewery selection on tap. That was the first Wisconsin brewed beer I'd seen in Las Vegas other than a Miller product. Let me just say, if you're traveling to Vegas and you're looking for a Microbrewery, this isn't it. If you're looking for a great selection of graft beers in one spot? You found the right place. It over looks the casino floor above New York New York from about 50 feet. It's a neat view but the atmosphere is far from comfortable. It's in a spot where traffic is heavy and the scene is wide open. No cozy little booth to enjoy the Alaskan Brewing Company ESB I took part in. Instead I took my extra special bitter and went for a walk. All in all, I'd go back.

Photo of frazbri
3.44/5  rDev -6.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4

Pour 24 sits adjacent to the escalators to NYNY's casino floor. It's an open-air bar in an indoor setting. The bar-top is an acrylic blue and green surface that is backlit, making it almost glow.

The bartender was efficient, but it almost felt like you were being served a cola in the food court. The plastic cups added to that feeling, too. The upside to the plastic: take it to go, it's Vegas.

Selection was solid. I wouldn't expect to find any rarities, but there were a good number of accessible craft beers. It's nice for me to drink an Alaskan Amber or some other west coast ale that doesn't make it to Ohio.

Pour 24 is good place to take a break with a nice ale and watch the tourist pass by.

Photo of superspak
3.46/5  rDev -5.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 2

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.

Photo of MLaVioletteJr
3.5/5  rDev -4.6%

Photo of ortie
3.52/5  rDev -4.1%

Photo of
3.53/5  rDev -3.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5

Fairly small, very modern looking. A square bar, surrounding blocks of "ice" housing the taps. Decent beer menu. Overlooks NYNY casino.

Quality was fine, no problems with my beer.

Service was slowish. Bar wasn't very busy, and it took a bit for bartender to "notice" us and wander over. After that, she got our beer and bill in fairly short order.

Selection was good, but I don't recall anything particularly "big" (ABV or style). Pretty solid, I had a Rogue Brutal Bitter. I recall seeing their stout, as well as some Stone and Abita products.

Cost, well you are in Vegas. $7 for my pint and $19 for my friends double Crown...

Photo of MrMcGibblets
3.54/5  rDev -3.5%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5

located above the casino in an open area, this is pretty much an oval open bar that surrounds a couple dozen taps. touristy shops surround you with the casino below. don't come here to escape the things about the strip that make you sick after a couple days. but is is an oasis almost with a good (for vegas) selection of beers on tap, mostly american craft beers. not much more to choose from via bottle. prices are reasonable when you consider where you are and that you could walk a few feet and pay the same or more for bmc at a club or restaurant. a good place to stop by if you're nearby nyny and need a good beer fix.

Photo of KeefD
3.55/5  rDev -3.3%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

Thank goodness I found this place, or my beer experience in Vegas this past weekend would have been greatly diminished.

Pour 24 is located right next to the entrance from the bridge connecting New York New York and MGM Grand, which was great because it was in close walking distance from the hotel we were staying at. (Tropicana, which buy the way had a very poor beer selection.)

This place easily had the best beer selection on the strip. It's not the greatest "bar" in the city, since it's more of a glorified beer stand than a bar. However, their tap list was better than anywhere else on the strip. They had many beers that cannot even be found in Minnesota, including Stone IPA and Firestone Double Barrel Ale, both of which were delicious on tap. I also enoyed New Belgium's 1554 Black Ale on tap for the first time, which happens to be one of my favorites but had only consumed from the bottle before now, as well as Rogue Brutal Bitter.

Service was ok, considering how busy it was. The bartenders didn't seem to give preferential treatment to the more monetarily inclined. Speaking of which, the lead singer (whatever his name is) of the band Nickelback sat right next to me and my girlfriend with his lady friend. Not a fan of the band myself, but it was my one and only Vegas celebrity sighting, and it was at this bar.

In all, I was very happy to have found this place. While the atmosphere and quality were not all that great, and the prices were a little high, it was a treat to drink a good beer when all the others in town basically had nothing but Bud, Bud Light, Miller Lite, and every other macro under the sun. Vegas is much better when a good beer is in your hand. Best selection that I found, and I was in MANY bars. Believe me!

The only complaint I have is as follows: One night stopping by, my girlfriend and I ordered our beers to go, and the bartended proceeded to pour our ales into the regular glasses. Realizing his mistake he then poured the same beer from the glass into plastic cups, killing the carbonation and ruining the head. That made the beer worth far less than the $7/pop we paid!

Photo of SpecialK088
3.58/5  rDev -2.5%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

Upstairs at the New York New York nice little place with pretty much just a bar and some stools all the way around it and a few that overlook the gambleing floor. Good selection no food there that I was aware of. The service was average bartender was a bit hard to get hold of sometimes. Overall just a good little place to get a beer on the floor anytime of the day and they have a good selection, so if your out real late definatly worth hitting it up, other than that there are many other places to grab one.

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Pour 24 in Las Vegas, NV
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