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Historic Atomic Liquors

Atomic Liquors is a piece of true Las Vegas bar history. Founded at the end of World War II, it is the city’s oldest freestanding bar. At its height, the watering hole was frequented by the Smothers Brothers after their nightly shows, and singer Barbra Streisand even had her own barstool. Today the establishment has a remodeled but classic interior and a cocktail menu mixing new and retro concoctions. The local favorite recently partnered with the National Atomic Testing Museum to produce NATM’s official alcoholic beverage, the F Bomb. The drink is made of fireball whiskey, Fernet and Atomic’s own custom energy drink. That’ll give you a jolt!

Atomic Liquors
917 Fremont St.


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