Created in 1998, Las Vegas Art District started as an 18 block zone that encouraged artists to bring their work here. It is also known as the 18b and it contains a mix of independent business that includes vintage clothing boutiques, art galleries, antique stores and more. Also, there are trendy eateries and bars that match the vibe of this neighborhood.
The first Friday of every month is a special day in the Arts District because there is a street festival that features artists, musicians and food vendors. It is a fun time to spend with family and friends! And the rest of the month, the Arts District is popular in the evenings because it is when artists do more of their performances.
Check out this video to learn more about the Arts District:
If you are looking for a fun place to eat, Makers & Finders is always a great spot to visit. The Latin inspired brunches are very popular. Make sure to try the Arepa with poached eggs, grilled tomatoes, and salsa verde! Also, the typical bagel with a lavender-infused latte is a delicious combination! However, if you are looking for a bigger meal, D E Thai Kitchen is the answer. They serve pad Thai, pad see ew and drunken noodles, as well as curries, crab meat fried rice, and the Beef Boat Noodle Soup.
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