Nice place to hang, but they need to sell their beer a little earlier. Still, very cool, un-Vegas-like place.
Great stop for a tasty coffee, friendly staff and a good atmosphere. We were staying in El Cortez, where they charge $12 for wifi use so this place is definitely a better stop.
I really liked the energy and good vibes flowing through this place. The whole coffeehouse slash art museum slash record store is pretty darn cool, making this a hard place to pass up if you're in downtown Vegas. Expect to see a lot of young people working on their laptops or socializing with friends. Think Starbucks but way edgier. Food... More
Quirky fun coffeehouse - welcome antidote to glitz. Still nice views of classic Las Vegas neon. Shredded brisket on baguette with mustard and jalapeño was excellent! Nice glass of wine.
We wandered out of the main hotel and casino area of fremont several times on this recent trip to Vegas and it really pays off. You discover great local coffee shops (like The Beat), clubs, restaurants, and even "real life" which is really fascinating! Do yourself a favor: go and try their breakfast sandwich and coffee. You won't get the... More
Tried this place as I had read that it brewed the best coffee in Downtown - we were not disappointed at all! On the newly regenerated part of Fremont Street East in a little local arts collective known as the Emergency Arts Centre - the Beat Coffeehouse is the first thing you see as you go in. Great coffee, great... More
Ah, but can you be a true hippy and be under 25? Bah, doesn't matter. What matters is the food... After blowing an hour touring the local Freemont Avenue attraction, I was on the prowl for something better than casino food. Google pointed me in this direction, and it was worth the 2 block walk. I'm no coffee drinker, but... More
I love the beat and the fact that you can bring your pets! if you are looking for a coffee shop to spend your day in, The Beat ticks all the right boxes. Great food and drink selection, great music, fast, comfy seating and a fun atmosphere. The only thing i's lacking is better customer service. The baristas seem to... More
I read about this place in Sunset magazine, so when my husband and I were driving through town we stopped there for lunch and coffee. The hummus/cheese platter was really good and perfect for two for lunch. The Americanos were strong and tasty. Service was a bit aloof, but that doesn't bother me.
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