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Mini MINT rises from the ashes

posted Jun 24, 2018, 5:11 PM by Liz Taylor Brass   [ updated Jun 24, 2018, 7:11 PM ]
MINT Tavern: iconic neon sign draws inspiration from the past
The iconic neon sign draws inspiration from the past

If you miss the Mint (yes, you Hunter S. Thompson, Elvis, or James Bond fans know who you are), Fear and Loath not in Las Vegas. Next to the equally historic Golden Steer Steakhouse on Sahara Blvd, a Mini MINT has risen from the ashes.

The iconic neon sign and interior draw inspiration from Sin City's fabulous past. Typical for #LoveVegas, you get your drinks and mini-pizzas (I told you it's a Mini MINT) served 24 hours over bar-top gaming machines.

A separate dance room with sound & light system provides additional EntertainMINT through concerts & parties. One of the MINT's partners, Habana Style Dance Company, teaches Latin-Caribbean dances, laying down a MINT-mean Salsa while we watched. Take That, Elvis & Ann-Margret.

MINT Tavern: salsa lesson by Habana Style Dance Company
MINT Tavern: one MINT-mean salsa