Commonwealth Introduces ‘Wednesdays’ – Celebrate Fashion, art And Music in Downtown Las Vegas
February 6, 2013 by VegasNews.com
Commonwealth will introduce a new night combining the style community and Downtown Las Vegas with the launch of “Wednesdays,” a weekly event fusing art, music and fashion, beginning Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Fashionistas will don their standout attire and raise a glass to culture while enjoying the chic atmosphere with Commonwealth’s pre-Prohibition decor and expertly-crafted libations. Mixologist Juyoung Kang will create signature “Common” and “Wealth” menus for the weekly event including specialty Stoli vodka cocktails, blended cocktails with Moet champagne and Hennessy selections. Partygoers will experience live performances on the 2,000-square-foot rooftop by talent curated from Los Angeles, New York and Las Vegas and selected art installations throughout the venue.
Named “one of seven reasons to visit Downtown Las Vegas” by the New York Post, Commonwealth brings a stylish new social scene to the burgeoning bar district in Downtown Las Vegas. The swanky 6,000-square-foot cocktail bar is a collision of art and architectural influences inspired by pre-Prohibition era design and libations; complete with its very own backroom speakeasy. Crystal chandeliers bring a touch of elegance to the overall design, which evokes a worn, industrial ambiance. The cocktail menu combines classic and progressive methods and ingredients to offer drinks like, “Let’s Get Naked and See Who’s Stronger” and “Little Hot Mess,” that make an indelible impression. A rooftop bar offers an experiential setting with an urban brick feel and 360 degree views of downtown.
Located at 525 E. Fremont St., Commonwealth is open Wednesday through Friday from 6 p.m. to close and 8 p.m. to close on Saturday and Sunday. More information is available by calling 702.798.7000, at www.CommonwealthLV.com, on Facebook and on Twitter.
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