Las Vegas isn’t known as a commercial hub, as the city more often focuses on providing top-notch entertainment. However, the demand for locally made and locally grown produce continues to expand, which means the city now boasts a surprisingly extensive range of options.
Fresh fruit and vegetables may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Sin City, but the demand for local products continues to grow. Find out where to go when in need of the best markets in Las Vegas.
Available on the third Saturday of each month, Market in the Alley is a night-time marketplace that features over 60 vendors, food and drinks, and live music. With a fun and relaxed atmosphere, the pop-up market can be found in Downtown Las Vegas on the famous Freemont Street. Cocktail lovers can enjoy a drink under the stars on the artificial grass surrounded by fairy lights. Food lovers can indulge in robata izakaya dining at Japanese restaurant Hatsumi or have a go at coastal Mexican dishes at La Monja.
Linda Konde contributed additional reporting to this article.