The Las Vegas Arts District just south of Downtown, got its official name back in 1998 as an 18-block zone for artists. Now 18B, representing the 18 blocks in the Arts District, is home to a smattering of restaurants and bars, with more on the way. Bound by Commerce Street, Hoover Avenue, Fourth Street, parts of Las Vegas Boulevard, and Colorado Avenue, Charleston Boulevard bisects the neighborhood that hosts the monthly First Friday that takes over the art galleries in the area.

On the way, microbrewery and taproom Beer District Brewing, the wine-focused Garagiste, a tasting room from Henderson’s CraftHaus Brewery, four new food-and-beverage businesses on Third Street anchored by Atomic Liquors brewery from Lance Johns of Atomic Liquors fame, HUDL Brewing Co. with a 10 bbl brewhouse, Good Pie from Vincent Rotolot, Main St. Provisions from Justin Kingsley Hall, and The Charleston with Berlin, a German street food-inspired restaurant, and South Carolina’s C3 Coffee Bar.

Brew House System, Nano Brewery Brewhouse, Fermenters Tanks, Uni Tanks - Coff,