The Laundry Room

Found in Downtown Las Vegas is an artful cocktail lounge called Commonwealth, which offers live music, DJs and a rooftop bar. It has a collision of art and architectural influences. The pre-prohibition era theme stirred this. You would never know that there is a secret bar at the back of the Commonwealth called The Laundry Room.

The Laundry Room: 7 New Reasons to Hit Las Vegas, according to the New York Post

The bar is a hidden speakeasy with a drink menu full of classic cocktails and swing music. Sending a text message to this number +1.702.701.1466 will get you a reservation.

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A Bar with Rules

The Laundry Room has a few strict rules to follow. We have compiled them just for our readers. Here are some:

  • No photography is allowed.
  • Dress code is business-casual.
  • There is a two-hour maximum stay.
  • Don’t scream for bartender’s attention (This is a major violation of the rules. You will be asked to leave if you do this).
  • Don’t talk about fight club or other inappropriate topics.

Used to be a former laundry room of El Cortez Hotel

So why is it called The Laundry Room? It used to be a working laundry facility. Business cards are actually small clothespins. It is just a small room decorated with images of Hollywood sirens such as Marlene Dietrich and Rita Hayworth as well as doors on the ceiling.

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Personal Bartender Touch

Some that have gone to The Laundry Room say that they like going because of its personalized service. You can request anything that interests you in a drink from the bartender. They manage this because of the small capacity. So if you’re looking for a place that is intimate, then give this place a shot. Send them a message now.

 

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