Bar at Times Square at New York-New York Las Vegas

If you are in the casino and you hear a lot of commotion, it is either coming from the craps table or the Bar at Times Square. When the piano’s get fired up the entertainment gets going.  This is one of the best bargains in town, no cover charge and you can have a fantastic time as a very festive atmosphere develops as people start singing to songs you are embarrassed to know the words to.

What to Expect

Dueling Pianos That’s right, the fad never went away and it is still a lot of fun. Get there early on a weekday and get a table for free.  Have a few drinks and plan on staying longer than you would normally stay at a bar. Once things get going you might start writing down your favorite song on a napkin and passing it along to the piano players. One thing though, how many times do we have to hear Gloria Gaynor’s, I Will Survive? Please, refrain. The bar is a very casual place to have a drink while singing along to some favorite songs.

What You Should Try

You’ll have beers and you’ll sing along. You will sing along at the top of your lungs. Beers are the norm with a few specialty cocktails available. While this place is not known for craft cocktails the staff is adequately prepared to mix most of your typical bar drinks.

The Bar at Times Square

Location: NY/ NY Hotel and Casino
3790 Las Vegas Blvd South., Ste #10
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: 702.740.6466
Mon – Thu – 1:00 PM – 2:30 AM
Fri – Sun – 11:00 AM – 2:30 AM


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