Located on South Las Vegas Boulevard, Rock and Reilly’s is a warm and casual cocktail bar with vaulted ceilings and the look of a Prohibition-era speakeasy. The intimate venue is the perfect place to enjoy Irish pub grub, beer, wine, or a specialty cocktail. The seated-only cocktail bar has an Irish rock theme and plays rock music while patrons enjoy dishes from their extended menu. Rock and Reilly’s is available for private events, making it the perfect destination for birthdays, bachelor parties, and other special occasions. It’s also a fun place just to hangout in the evenings.
Rock and Reilly’s first arrived to Las Vegas in 2017. The cocktail bar was developed by Los Angeles-based LORE Group who wanted to bring their established brand to the Strip. The bar takes over the 9,000 square foot space recently known as the Heart Attack Grill, located on the ground floor of the Hawaiian Marketplace. The bar sits just below Chili’s Grill & Bar and is neighbors with New York’s Papaya King. Las Vegas is the brand’s sixth location. They also have other bars in New York, Downtown Los Angles, Park City, and the Sunset Strip. A smaller operation can be found at the Los Angeles International Airport.
Rock and Reilly’s has a lot to offer bar-goers, including free wi-fi, killer music, stiff drinks, and 17 flat screen televisions equipped with full sports packages. The bar is currently open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and sports an amazing whiskey menu and gastropub-style menu. The venue also has a live music stage where talents from all over the world come and perform. Rock and Reilley’s is open 24 hours a day and prices typically range from $10 to $25 on average. Not only is the fare affordable, but the bar offers patrons a humorous escape from day to day life.
The menu at Rock and Reilly’s is fairly diverse with many classics gracing the page. You’ll find delicious options like chicken wings, Rueben sandwiches, turkey burgers, and avocado toast. There are also plenty of salads and soups, wraps and sandwiches, Dublin street tacos, signature burgers, mix and match sliders, and shared bites like chicken skewers and mozzarella sticks. If you’re looking for something more filling, the traditional section of the menu has a variety of hearty meals, such as corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, pub steak, and fish and chips.
The menu also has a specialty category with some unique offerings you may want to try if you visit Rock and Reilly’s, such as Irish nachos, cheeseburger spring rolls, Reilly’s quesadilla, or a big pretzel with ale mustard and cheese sauce. If you’re craving something sweet, the restaurant has several dessert options like Reese’s peanut butter sundae, cinnamon sugar pretzel, and “The Cookie Jar.” As far as beverages are concerned, the variety is quite diverse. You’ll find classic cocktails, gin-based cocktails, whiskey-based cocktails, cognac-based cocktails, vodka, tequila, absinthe-based cocktails, and various beer concoctions, such as Reilly’s Milkshake.
While Rock and Reilly’s has not been in Las Vegas long, they have already earned a solid reputation that has made them a go-to destination for locals and tourists alike. The concept of the cocktail bar is based on the life of a fictional character named Reilly who you can read about on the site’s ‘About Us’ page. The space is large enough to accommodate a decent sized group but not too large. The customer service is great and the food and atmosphere is fun and exciting. If you’re in search of a new hangout in Las Vegas, go check out Rock and Reilly’s.