The Venetian's new gastropub, Public House, takes its alcohol very seriously. Not only do they offer guests a truly vast selection of beer, they also have the equivalent of a beer sommelier, called a cicerone. With over 200 beers to choose from, it's easy to see why you might need professional assistance.
Beer selections at Public House — Photo courtesy of Public House Las Vegas/Wicked CreativeTwenty-four beers are on tap and artisanal brews are brought in seasonally (in the cask). A "wine cube" holds a selection of fine wines, along with over 40 aged whiskeys, scotches, and bourbons. An emphasis on classic cocktails gives guests a selection of concoctions made from top-shelf liquor, and the ice is carefully made from reverse osmosis and filtered water. Public House clearly has an attention to detail when it comes to the integrity of its drinks.
You can also enjoy a menu that includes short ribs, bouchot mussels, and Welsh rarebit, all of which are made with different types of beer. Other dishes include french fries with duck confit, scallops served with oxtail stew, and other small and large plates.
The atmosphere and decor here tips its hat to the classic tavern. Warm and inviting, the dining room is a nice place to sit down for a meal. The 40-foot-long bar has a DJ booth, and the intimate lounge holds up to 60 guests. Casual and classy, Public House gives customers a new place in Las Vegas to enjoy drinks, dinner, or both.