Whether you are a Las Vegas local or visiting the city, you can find some great Latino clubs in town. Many of them are located in casinos and are open during the nighttime hours. These clubs have a good selection of drinks and offer entertainment.
La Hacienda Nightclub
Among the many Latino nightclubs located in Las Vegas, La Hacienda is one of the more interesting. It’s a combination sports bar and nightclub that offers a variety of Latin music. It’s also large enough to host special events.
The nightclub has a full bar, pool tables, and beautiful bartenders. Its biggest draw is its live music. You can enjoy live salsa dance, merengue, or cumbia on any given night. There’s even a DJ to keep you entertained.
The La Hacienda nightclub is small, but it is a Latino nightclub with a difference. In addition to Latin music, you can also enjoy karaoke in Spanish. The restaurant isn’t too big to cater to a crowd, and its menu is full of delicious appetizers.
The La Hacienda’s one-of-a-kind menu is the best way to sample the best of Mexico. The restaurant features a large menu and a menu that focuses on carefully chosen ingredients. It also has a well-stocked martini bar.
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, the Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar offers the best of both worlds. Known for its excellent Mexican cuisine, the venue boasts an impressive selection of tequilas as well as a number of other liquors and cocktails. The establishment also offers two outdoor patios, one on the second floor and the other on the ground floor.
The Chayo – Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar isn’t just about food and drink; the venue can accommodate any event you can think of from a wedding to a corporate affair. This fun-filled establishment also offers two-hour self parking validation. Upon arriving, guests are treated to a two-story lounge that includes an enclosed top-floor lounge, a large private dining room, and a state-of-the-art sound system. The main restaurant boasts a breathtaking view of the High Roller Observation Wheel.
OMNIA Nightclub is one of the newest additions to the Las Vegas nightlife scene. This multi-level dance club features two floors with a total of 75,000 square feet. This megaclub has an opulent design with a giant kinetic chandelier hung over the main dance floor.
The main room plays predominantly EDM. This room is headlined by the likes of Martin Garrix and Calvin Harris. These artists perform every week.
OMNIA Nightclub has a very classy dress code. Guests must wear nice dress shoes and jeans. They also do not allow athletic or baggy gear.
OMNIA Nightclub is open Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday. During the weekend, the club is open until 5:00 am. The nightclub does not have gambling tables. The ticket price ranges depending on the act. It starts at $50-$75 for a male, and $75-$100 for a female.
Located in the Treasure Island hotel, Senor Frogs is a Mexican-themed restaurant and nightclub. The restaurant has two levels and provides both indoor and outdoor dining options. There are also live entertainment and a dance floor.
Senor Frogs is an award-winning Mexican restaurant and nightclub. The menu includes a variety of dishes, such as burgers, tacos and chicken. The guacamole is prepared on-site with fresh ingredients. The Fiesta Taco Salad is served with chipotle dressing. There are also staple Mexican side dishes.
Senor Frogs has three dance floors. The main room is home to Latin DJ’s. On certain weekends, the club has a Banda. It is also open until 4 a.m. The cover charge for Senor Frogs is $50.
Senor Frogs is also known for its good humor. This high energy nightclub is a great venue for a bachelor or bachelorette bash, a birthday celebration or a girls’ night out. The staff at Senor Frogs is friendly and makes patrons feel welcome.
Ojos Locos Sports Cantina y Casino at Hotel Jefe
Located in North Las Vegas, the former Lucky Club Hotel & Casino has partnered with Ojos Locos Sports Cantina to become the nation’s first Latino-focused casino. This partnership will result in the largest Ojos Locos Sports Cantina in the southwest, as well as a 10,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor event center.
The new establishment will offer a state-of-the-art sports book and 90 fully renovated rooms. A high-end Latino nightclub will also be housed within the property. This will be the first sports bar in Nevada for the Ojos Locos chain, which has 22 restaurants in Arizona and Texas.
The revamped establishment will host several Latino events, including Mexican rodeos, concerts, and food festivals. It will also feature more than 200 new gaming machines on the casino floor. The Ojos Locos Sports Cantina will be the centerpiece of the new casino, with seating for 300 guests.