Non touristy things to do while in Las Vegas for InfoComm 2014


Everybody knows that Las Vegas is famous for its entertainment and gambling scene, but the tourist thing can get a little rougheven for out-of-state visitors. We poked around and tried to find interesting, non-touristy, local-approved sites, establishments, restaurants and destinations that might be of interest to the adventurous InfoComm visitor (and anybody else who hopes to go off-the-beaten-path while in Vegas). So definitely give some of these places, restaurants, bars and venues a try when you are not visiting us at Booth #N117 in the North Hall at InfoComm.

Some of our quirkier favorites include:

According to this list by Forbes:

Bright and Loud considered things to do in Vegas (besides gable). Their list of suggestions includes:

They suggest eating at:

On Yelp, a Las Vegas local who tries to stay away from the Strip compiled a list of their favorite places to visit and eat. Their restaurant suggestions included:

Casino Guide offers its own suggestion of spots not found on a tourist map:

The Las Vegas website took a closer look at Downtown Las Vegas (AKA “Vintage Vegas”), which is “the center of revitalization with a booming entertainment and dining scene.” Their suggestions include (but are not limited to):

USA Today listed some of the places where locals eat. Here are some of their favorites:


The same paper compiled another list for “Las Vegas hipster” haunts:

Somehow there is more than one “hipster Vegas” list. This one comes by way of Top 10 Vegas:

So have fun and be safe (but not too safe, of course). And no matter where you land, make sure to visit us at Booth #N117 in the North Hall at InfoComm.