Named one of the “7 New Reasons to Hit Las Vegas” by the New York Post
Found in Downtown Las Vegas is an artful cocktail lounge called Commonwealth which offers live music, DJs and a rooftop bar. It has a collision of art and architectural influences stirred by pre-prohibition era theme.
You would never know that there is a secret bar at the back of the Commonwealth called The Laundry Room. It is a hidden speakeasy with a drink menu full of classic cocktails and swing music. If you want to get inside, you have to get a reservation by sending a text message to this number +1.702.701.1466.
A Bar with Rules
The Laundry Room has a few strict rules to follow. We have compiled them just for our readers. Here are some:
- No photography allowed
- Dress code is business-casual
- Two-hour maximum stay
- No screaming for bartender’s attention (This is a major violation of the rules. You will be asked to leave if you do this)
- Don’t talk about fight club or other inappropriate topics
Used to be a former laundry room of El Cortez Hotel
So why is it called The Laundry Room? It used to be a working laundry facility. Business cards are actually small clothespins. It is just a small room decorated with images of Hollywood sirens such as Marlene Dietrich and Rita Hayworth as well as doors on the ceiling.
Personal Bartender Touch
Some that have gone to The Laundry Room say that they like going because of its personalized service. Because of the small capacity, you can request anything that interests you in a drink from the bartender. So if you’re looking for a place that is intimate, then give The Laundry Room a shot.