Best Outdoor Shopping and Dining in Las Vegas

Shopping and Dining Outdoors in Las Vegas

Are you ready to shop ’till you drop? Are you looking for the best shopping and dining options in Vegas? We know that you know the shopping in Vegas is unparalleled. Even better, the Las Vegas weather makes outdoor shopping and dining possible all year round. If you’re ready to enjoy the outdoors, or at least a patio outdoors, keep reading for our picks!

Grand Bazaar Shops

The Grand Bazaar Shops is an outdoor shopping oasis on the Las Vegas Strip. Located just outside Bally’s Las Vegas, the Grand Bazaar Shops offer dining, shopping, and bars. Plus, its just steps from the hustle and bustle of the Strip.

Our favorite picks for dining include Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken, Giordano’s and Wahlburgers. If you’re looking for refreshments of an alcoholic nature, make sure you stop at Born & Raised Craft Pub or Sin City Brewing Company. Finally, take home a commemorative bracelet from Alex and Ani, new sandals from Havaianas, or sunnies from Sunglass Hut. That desert sun is no joke, right?

Arrive at the Grand Bazaar Shops hassle-free thanks to the Las Vegas Monorail. Our Bally’s & Paris Station is nearest to the Grand Bazaar Shops. From there, just make your way to the front of Bally’s Las Vegas.

Outdoor Shopping at the Las Vegas North Premium Outlets

Who can resist some spectacular outlet shopping? Not us! Lucky for you, Vegas has some of the best outlet (and outdoor) shopping available!

First, head north for more outdoor and outlet shopping. The Las Vegas North Premium Outlets are located at the north end of the Strip near Downtown and Fremont Street. With over 175 designer and name-brand outlets, you’re sure to find something you can’t live without. While you’re there, don’t miss Shake Shack and not one, but two different Starbucks!

Dining and Shopping at the LINQ Promenade

It’s no secret that we love the LINQ Promenade. We just keep finding reasons to love the promenade. The shopping and dining are just two of a dozen reasons. What do we love the most about the LINQ Promenade? The Promenade combines some of the best shopping, dining and entertainment options–all in one place!

LINQ Promenade Shopping

  • Harley Davidson
  • Goorin Brothers Hat Shop
  • Honolulu Cookie Company
  • Pier 30
  • Chilli Beans

Dining Options at the LINQ Promenade

  • Maxie’s
  • Starbucks
  • Flour & Barley
  • Chayo Mexican Kitchen +Tequila Bar
  • In-n-Out Burger
  • Jaburritos
  • Virgil’s Real Barbecue
  • Gordon Ramsay Find & Chips
  • Off the Strip
  • Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar

Don’t forget to grab a treat at Sprinkles or Ghiradelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop. There is even more to do at the LINQ Promenade including the High Roller, FLY LINQ, Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club, and the locally-loved Brooklyn Bowl.

Getting there is as easy as hopping on the Las Vegas Monorail. The LINQ Promenade is located just steps from our Harrah’s & the LINQ Station.

Outdoor Shopping and Dining at Town Square

Are you imagining a beautiful village square with outdoor shopping and dining? Thankfully, all dream can become a reality in Las Vegas. To find this beautiful shopping oasis, head south on Las Vegas Blvd. and arrive at Town Square.

Town Square is a 100-acre outdoor shopping mall with all the beauty and amenities you could want. Plus, there’s a Whole Food, AMC Town Square 18 and Gameworks. You’ll love perusing the Apple store, Telsa and Sephora. Plus, dozens of other shops.

Have the kids with you? They’ll enjoy the Children’s Park with a Pop-Jet fountain, Springer toys, hedge maze, shade sails, and drinking fountains.

Dining at Town Square is a dream with several dining options with outdoor patios. Don’t worry, hot days are accompanied by plenty of patio misters and cool drinks.

Town Square Dining:

  • Brio Tuscan Grille
  • California Pizza Kitchen
  • Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge
  • Tommy Bahama’s Restaurant & Bar
  • Yardhouse

Downtown Container Park

Downtown Container Park is the most unique shopping destination in Las Vegas. Located on the corner of Fremont and Seventh, the Container Park is made of 30 shipping containers and houses just as many boutiques, bars, and restaurants.

When you see the 55-foot-tall steel praying mantis sculpture, you will know you’ve arrived. While you’re there, check out local boutiques including Lavo Cigars, a magic shop, Atomic Scooters, Art Box, and Third & Arrow featuring unique pieces from local brands and artisans.

Heads up! After 9 pm, the Downtown Container Park remains open to those over 21. Ready for a happy hour? Be sure you stick around and enjoy the park after-hours.

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Our favorite pick for adult hydration at the Downtown Container Park is Oak & Ivy, an American craft whiskey cocktail bar. The outdoor patio is the perfect place to enjoy a craft cocktail on a cool night.

Other dining options at the Downtown Container Park:

  • Simply Pure
  • Bin 702
  • Big Ern’s BBQ
  • Berries & Beans
  • Downtown Terrace
  • Waffelato
  • Pizza Zazza
  • Jojo’s Jerky

Equally exciting, the Dome at Container Park is a 4k-visual dome entertainment experience comprised of 14 million pixels. Enjoy a film or animated imagery in one of the 25 recliner-style seats.

Downtown Summerlin

Downtown Summerlin, located northwest of the Las Vegas Strip, is a mecca for those who love shopping and dining destinations. Downtown Summerlin is home to over 125 shops, bars, and restaurants.

Downtown Summerlin Resturants

  • Public School 702
  • MTO Café
  • Lazy Dog Resturant & Bar
  • Pancho’s
  • Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill
  • Shake Shack
  • Makers & Finders Coffee
  • Grape Street Cafe, Wine Bar & Cellar
  • SkinnyFATS

Guests will also find a Dave & Buster’s with 33,000 square feet of games, dining, and sports. Two exercise studios: Pure Barre and TruFusion. Additionally, there is a Farmer’s Market every Saturday from 9 am – 2 pm.

Downtown Summerlin is also home to the new Las Vegas Ballpark–home of the Las Vegas Aviators.

The Forum Shops at Caesars

Too hot to enjoy outdoor shopping and dining? Escape the heat but still enjoy blue skies at The Forum Shops at Caesars. With over 160 specialty stores, The Forum Shops transports guests to the streets of ancient Rome. The Forum Shops are adjacent to and accessible from Caesars Palace and directly from the Las Vegas Strip.

Forum Shops Restaurants

  • Carmine’s Italian Restaurant
  • Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab
  • Outdoor Dining & Shopping in Las Vegas
  • Sushi Roku
  • The Palm Las Vegas
  • Trevi Italian Restaurant

Outdoor Shopping and Dining in Las Vegas

While there are more than enough shopping options in Las Vegas, these are our picks for the best outdoor shopping and dining in the valley. Are you planning on doing some shopping on your next trip? Let us know what your must-visit retail destinations are!