Whether you’re from the South or not, country bars are a fantastic place to enjoy live music, dancing, strong drinks, and all-around fun. 

For the most part, country bars tend to have a rowdy atmosphere any time you visit, so they’re perfect for partying. Some spots even have tasty food, too. 

If you’re looking for a rambunctious place to dance the night away, Las Vegas’s incredible country bars are just the place. 

After researching the city’s many options, I came up with a list of the 7 best country bars in Las Vegas. Keep reading to learn what makes them so fabulous and fun. 

The 7 Best Country Bars in Las Vegas 

The following 7 spots are the best country bars in the city. The next time you’re looking for a place to enjoy live music, go dancing, or simply have a wild night, check one of them out, and you won’t be disappointed. 

Gilley’s Saloon 

Treasure Island

A screenshot of BBQ, the mechanical bull, and the atmosphere at Gilley's Saloon Country Bar in Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Gilley’s Saloon is the best honky-tonk saloon on the Las Vegas Strip. It has an authentic vibe, complete with saddle seats, a mechanical bull, and a wild West atmosphere, perfect for getting the party started. 

They also have beautiful women (Gilley Girls) behind the bar and tasty BBQ. While Western wear is encouraged, you’ll find all kinds of different people turning it up at Gilley’s anytime they’re open. 

Gilley’s saloon doors open at 2 PM during the week and Noon on the weekends. However, the BBQ restaurant opens a couple of hours earlier if you’re looking for food. 

Gilley’s also hosts theme nights, like Karaoke on Tuesdays and Bluegrass & BBQ on Fridays and Saturdays. If you want to ride the bull, come in any day after 4 PM. 

Coyote Ugly 


A screenshot of the atmosphere and ambiance at Coyote Ugly Country Bar in New York New York Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Thanks to a party-fueled atmosphere and beautiful entertaining staff, Coyote Ugly is one of the most well-known bars worldwide. 

While it started off in New York as a single bar, it has since grown to epic proportions and now has locations across the nation, including Las Vegas. 

Just like the movie that made it so famous, you’ll find scantily clad women dancing on the bars, loud music, and a full-blown party happening inside. 

Make sure to try some of their Coyote Ugly Bourbon, or at the very least, take a bottle home as a souvenir. 

Whether you come for the beautiful ladies or the strong drinks, this country bar has everything needed to ensure a night to remember. 

Losers Most Wanted Bar 

MGM Grand

A screenshot of the ambiance, an appetizer, and drinks from Losers Most Wanted Country Bar in the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

Originally from Nashville, Losers Most Wanted Bar shows you what genuine Southern hospitality is all about. 

Here in Las Vegas, it may be located in a ritzy casino, but don’t let that fool you; it is a true dive bar at heart. 

Losers hosts live Nashville country artists daily, so it is a fantastic place to dance and enjoy a performance. They also have a full bar offering fun shots, beer, wine, cocktails, and frozen drinks.

Losers also has a kitchen, but it is currently being remodeled, so keep your eyes out for a new menu coming soon. Just remember, it’s 21 and up only, so leave the kids at home.

Stoney’s Rockin’ Country 

LV Blvd

A screenshot of the atmosphere and ambiance and a cocktail from Stoney's Rockin' Country Bar on Las Vegas Blvd.

Stoney’s Rockin’ Country features national touring country artists in an intimate setting, making it a great place to catch a show. 

They also have dance lessons on most nights, so you can still get in on all the fun even if you have two left feet. 

Aside from live music, Stoney’s is best known for their famous Ladies Night on Thursdays, when drinks for women cost just $2, and they have dance lessons at 7:30 and 8:30 PM. 

In case you or your friends are under 21, Fridays are 18 and up. Located in Town Square, just a couple of minutes from the Strip, Stoney’s is conveniently close by, too.

The Hideaway Bar and Grill 

Thom Blvd

A screenshot of menu highlights and the dance floor at The Hideaway Bar and Grill on Thom Blvd Las Vegas.

With line dancing lessons, new and established live bands, tons of beers on tap, and an abundance of TVs, The Hideaway Bar and Grill has everything you could want from a country bar and more. 

It also hosts a weekly Karaoke night and has pool tables and bar games galore. So, while you may come for the drinks, the energetic atmosphere will likely make you stay for longer. 

The Hideaway also has a kitchen serving all your favorite bar food. 

From Jumbo Onion Rings to amply topped Cheddar Ale Cheese Fries to Wings to Pizza, they’ve got plenty of shareable plates perfect for soaking up booze. 

They also offer pasta, steak, hefty burgers, and more. 

Saddles n’ Spurs Saloon 

Jones Blvd

A screenshot of the atmosphere and ambiance at Saddles n' Spurs Saloon Country Bar on Jones Blvd Las Vegas.

Saddles n’ Spurs Saloon has a little bit of something for everyone, as long as you enjoy a honky-tonk roadhouse atmosphere. 

Actually, even if you think that’s not your vibe, something tells me this place will suck you in. 

Their no-frills setting features pool tables, gaming, sports on big screen TVs, late night karaoke, and, of course, live music. 

SNS Saloon also serves food starting at 6 PM. The menu includes shareable snacks, sandwiches, burgers, tacos, amazing wings, and more. 

In addition, the bar offers lots of beers on tap, cocktails, and wines that are sure to get you out on the dance floor after you’ve had a few.   

Hogs and Heifers Saloon 

N 3rd St

A screenshot of the atmosphere and ambiance and moonshine shots from Hogs and Heifers Saloon Country Bar on N 3rd Street Las Vegas.

Hogs and Heifers Saloon got its start in New York City as an all-American southern rock and roll dive bar, but its rapidly growing success allowed it to expand to Las Vegas. 

It has a distinct country biker bar vibe, so don’t be surprised if you see a bunch of “hogs” parked out front. 

If you’re looking for a deal, come in for happy hour. It starts at Noon and goes until 4 PM, Sundays through Thursdays.

Rumored to be the first country biker bar with beautiful women dancing on the bar, Hogs n’ Heifers still lives up to its famed reputation today for unabashed fun and rowdy parties. 

In fact, you never know who you may find dancing on the bar when you visit, celebrities included. To this day, it employs gorgeous women behind the bar with lots of no BS attitude.