Last Updated on April 19, 2023
The Linq Promenade is an open air shopping center on the Las Vegas Strip between the Linq hotel and the Flamingo Hotel with restaurants, bars, and the High Roller, the world’s largest observation wheel. It’s a beautiful place to stroll at night, take in the sites, grab a bite, and do a little touristy shopping.
Linq Promenade Stores
The shopping on the Promenade is not like every other outdoor mall. Instead, it’s a place for tourists to find a memento to take home with them from their Sin City adventure.
No place is more prominent on the Linq Promenade than the Welcome to Las Vegas store next to the Flamingo Las Vegas hotel, which is exactly what you might think – a shop full of everyday items including t-shirts, mugs, poker chips and dice, and every other souvenir you’ve ever thought of with the Las Vegas sign or logo embossed.
You can find other Vegas necessities for travelers like shoes, hats, and sunglasses at some of the other shops along the Promenade.
- Welcome To Las Vegas
- Chilli Beans
- Harley Davidson
- Pier 30
- Socks & Bottoms
- I Love Sugar
- Nectar Bath Treats
- Goorin Brothers Hat Shop
- Honolulu Cookie Company
- Nectar Bath Treats
- Club Tattoo
- Sky Shop
Restaurants in the Linq Promenade
If you’d like to stop for a bite to eat, the Linq Promenade has many options including:
- Flour & Barley – Brick Oven Pizza
- Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar
- Yard House
- Off The Strip
- Virgil’s Real Barbecue
- Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar
- Tilted Kilt Irish Pub & Eatery
- Hash House a Go Go
- Favorite Bistro
- Nook Express
- The Boss Cafe
- The Linq Sandwich Co
- Sweet Sin By Claude Escamilla
- Haute Doggery
- Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop
- Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips
- In-N-Out Burger
The American Beer Bar is a unique take on American beer in the can. They feature 70 different cans of beer with at least one from each of the 50 states. They have a fun patio perfect for people watching, playing cornhole or you guessed it…beer pong.
- American Beer & Cocktails (Temporarily Closed)
- Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery
- 3535 Las Vegas Cocktail Bar
- Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
- Catalyst Las Vegas Cocktail bar
- O’Sheas Pub Las Vegas
- Purple Zebra Las Vegas Daquiris
Things To Do in the Linq Promenade
The High Roller—the tallest observation wheel in the world—takes passengers on a 30-minute ride above the Las Vegas strip
Fly LINQ Zipline
The first and only zipline on the Strip created by the team behind the High Roller. 122 feet above the Linq Promenade, there are 10 side-by-side lines!
You will begin your ride by taking an elevator designed to provide views of the Strip from the Vortex at The LINQ Hotel & Casino to the top of the 122-foot-tall launch tower. Once on the launch deck, you’ll get fitted for your gear. You can choose to ride in either a seated or “superman” position, and will be able to hit speeds of 35 miles per hour during your 35-second flight. From the launch tower, the ride travels eastward towards the High Roller, traveling 1,080 feet above The LINQ Promenade. You’ll be dropped off at the base of the High Roller.
Thrill-seekers can ply at the speed of 12 stories above the LINQ promenade landing at the world’s tallest observation wheel, the High Roller
The whole family will love the IceBar, 100 tons of custom carved ice with the walls, seats, drinking glasses, and sculptures made of ice. Everyone gets a parka and gloves to stay warm, but you can upgrade to a faux fur coat if you’re so inclined. Kids ages 7 to 15 are also welcome at the Icebar and they can choose from the Mocktail menu.
Museum of Selfies
Take amazing selfies at the interactive photo op exhibit at the Museum of Selfies.
The Brooklyn Bowl is a 32-lane bowling alley and a huge live music venue.
Location and Directions
The LINQ Promenade
3545 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Can anyone tell me if the Christmas show is going on at the Promenade and if so, what days?