Rock up to These 7 Country Bars on the Strip

If you’re in the Wild West, make sure you visit some of the most rocking country bars on the Strip Las Vegas. These seven dance halls, saloons and bars will have you two-stepping and dosey-doeing the night away. After all, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, even if it involves some line dancing.

Country Bars on the Strip

1. Losers at MGM Grand

MGM Grand Exterior at night
MGM Grand

As one of the newest country-themed bars in Las Vegas, Losers sits inside the MGM Grand. This “most wanted” bar hosts live music every single night of the week, a nod to Nashville and country music’s passion for the tunes. This live music occurs during the dinner hour and late into the night. 

While enjoying the croon of a live country singer, sip on a wide variety of drink choices at Losers. From refreshing cold brews in bottles and from the tap, to wine, shots and specialty drinks, Losers has anything a party-goer in Las Vegas might need. Make sure you try the Bootwacker, Loser’s signature cocktail, frozen with Calypso and Captain Morgan rum with Patron and Hershey’s chocolate. Or, drink a variety of “Mules Around the World” which flavors harken back to Moscow, Ireland, Tennessee, Jamaica, Mexico and Scotland.

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2. PBR Rock Bar at Miracle Mile Shops

interior dining area for customers at PBF Rock Bar and Grill

When looking for country bars in Las Vegas, consider visiting the exhilarating PBR Rock Bar and Grill. You’ll know you’re in the right place when you see the bull horns on the sign. PBR’s restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and of course cocktails. Order their chicken and waffles paired with bottomless mimosas for breakfast or the specialty PBR burger with bacon and onions for lunch. For dinner, they offer a cowboy ribeye, which will get you ready for a night of drinking, dancing and bull riding. 

Behind the restaurant is PBR’s rock bar, where guests can play lawn games as well as drinking games. At night, the place turns into an exciting nightclub, with dancing, fun and VIP bottle service. 

3. Gilley’s Saloon Las Vegas at Treasure Island

Gilley's outside neon sign saying "World Famous Bikini Bull Riding"
Gilley’s famous dance hall

Gilley’s takes its rightful place as a top contender on our list of favorites. This saloon is not some dive bar or average spot to grab a whiskey. If you’re living in Las Vegas, you’re familiar with the advertisements for “Gilley’s Saloon Dance Hall and Barbecue!”

Yes, Gilley’s is a dance hall, barbecue joint and honky-tonk all rolled into one. Gilly’s BBQ opens every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The saloon has a country-western feel, down to the saddle barstools. Friday and Saturday they offer live music, often with no cover. Line dancing lessons are also provided every day. You can also try your luck at bull riding here.

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4. Stoney’s Rockin’ Country

girls dancing on bar in Stoney's Rockin country

address: 6611 Las Vegas Blvd S #160, Las Vegas, NV 89119
phone: (702) 435-2855
hours: 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday through Saturday

Stoney’s Rockin’ Country is your destination for country music in Las Vegas, where you can listen to it and become a part of it all in one night. Stoney’s line dancing lessons are offered on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights before the club gets too packed. You’ll learn all the steps to the most popular songs, and get ready to get your groove on by the time the music is thumping. 

Stoney’s has a number of events too, like live celebrity country music star concerts. Craig Campbell, Granger Smith and Allie Colleen play here, as well as many others. Stoney’s also holds a ladies’ night, a 21 and older night and an 18 and older night. Oh, and they have bull riding, too.

You might think such an exhilarating place is located on the Las Vegas Strip. In fact, Stoney’s Rockin’ Country is in Town Square, a shopping and dining center south of the Strip, but still along Las Vegas Boulevard. 

Country Bars Off the Strip

5. Saddle N Spurs Saloon

saddle n spurs saloon outdoor sign

address: 2333 N Jones Blvd # 108, Las Vegas, NV 89108
phone:  (702) 646-6292
hours: open 24 hours, kitchen open at limited hours

Stoney’s and Gilley’s certainly offer all of the excitement and thrills. However, Saddle N Spurs, or SNS Saloon, is the last real honky-tonk bar in Las Vegas and has been in operation since 1984. They have also won numerous awards, like the Las Vegas Review Journal’s Best of Las Vegas Gold Medal for best country bar three years in a row from 2018 to 2020. It won the same award in the same years for best bar food and best chicken wings and tenders. Its burger won Gold in 2020, as did the Saloon’s karaoke events, nightclub, showroom and happy hour. 

They are open 24 hours a day, except Sunday at midnight to Monday at noon. Saddle N Spurs has live music almost every single night of the week from local Las Vegas artists. They also plan special events, like a Live Classic Rock Music Open Pro Jam and Free Steppin Lessons. 

6. Hogs and Heifers Saloon

Hogs and Heifers Saloon on Fremont Street
Hogs and Heifers Saloon on Fremont Street

address: 201 N 3rd St Suite 130, Las Vegas, NV 89101
phone: (702) 676-1457
hours: 12 p.m. to 4 a.m. daily

This country bar is located in downtown Las Vegas, near Fremont Street, just steps from the Mob Museum. They participate in big events, like the annual SEMA convention and Mint 400. There is never any cover, and there is free parking for your motorcycle. This bar is rowdy, fun, and gives to important causes. That’s right, by drinking here you help Hogs and Heifers donate to many local Las Vegas charities and foundations.  

7. The Hideaway Bar and Grill

The Hideaway Bar & Grill outdoor exterior sign during the day

address: 3369 Thom Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89130
phone: (702) 485-6200
hours: open 24 hours

You probably haven’t heard of the Hideaway Bar and Grill, but this local haunt is worth a visit. The Hideaway is northwest of the Las Vegas Strip. It’s great for gaming, as well as watching your favorite sports teams, as they have 14 high-definition televisions. The Hideaway is also a great place for getting a taste of local Las Vegas bands in a live venue, as the bar prides itself on helping new country bands get their first gigs. 

And, did we mention the food? You won’t just find burgers and fries at this joint. You can also order delicious bacon poppers, street tacos, ahi tuna bites, a pizza or a full ribeye steak dinner. They also serve breakfast, so plan to party the night away at the Hideaway.

Hideaway also has weekly live events which include line dancing lessons, karaoke and more. A large dance floor is available, as well as pool tables, shuffleboards and arcade games.

Dance at More than Just Country Bars on the Strip

You have many options to choose from when it comes to country bars on the Strip Las Vegas. And you have many rockin’ venues to choose from away from the Strip, too. So, kick up your spurs and saddle up to your favorite country bar in Las Vegas during your next visit.


Frequently Asked Questions About Country Bars on the Strip

What Las Vegas Strip hotels have country bars?

MGM Grand has one of the best country bars on the Strip, and several other areas of Las Vegas host their own honky-tonks.

Where is Gilley’s Country Bar in Las Vegas on the Strip?

Gilley’s is a classic country joint located inside Treasure Island Hotel & Casino.

Where is the new country bar on the Strip?

Blake Shelton’s Ole Red will be located on the Strip at Bally’s Grand Bazaar Shops, and is slated to open in 2023.

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