Oasis at Gold Spike is unlike other Downtown Las Vegas hotels near Fremont Street. Surrounded by the best dining option in the valley, other than The Grill located inside Gold Spike and the restaurants inside Container Park, the majority of dining options can be found on East Fremont and Carson Street. All these downtown dining options are within walking distance of Oasis at Gold Spike, the hip hotel in Downtown Las Vegas.
For classic brunch items with a twist, swing by Eat. New addition on 6th and Carson, Glutton, also serves brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Their normal menu is made up of unique small plates that range in cuisine. They have a large cocktail menu as well.
Other new additions on Carson Street include Vegenation, serving vegan street-food and Zydeco Po-Boys, serving up a variety of the popular Cajun sandwiches. In the John E. Carson hotel, you’ll find Carson Kitchen by Kerry Simon’s American sharable plates. Stop by Bocho for Sushi, O Face Doughnuts for coffee and designer doughnuts and GrassRoots for fresh, health-conscious juice.
On East Fremont, you’ll find a restaurant-quality meal in a casual setting at PublicUs and some of the best coffee you will find in town. Other Fremont Street restaurants are Radio City Pizza where diners will find a classic Italian dishes and, of course, pizza. Or, stop into Park for a cocktail and American-style bar food. The newest addition to Fremont Street is Therapy, specializing in social plates and bites with some single plates available as well.
If you want to book your next stay at a better than boutique hotel in Vegas, Oasis at Gold Spike offers a unique environment without the inconvenience of a casino. Unlike other small hotels in Las Vegas, you will be surrounded by a fun and lively atmosphere. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 702-768-9823. Book your stay today.
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