If you thought that High Roller is all there is to do at the LINQ hotel you're in for a surprise. The LINQ Promenade is the outdoor retail, dining and entertainment plaza anchored by the High Roller ferris wheel and it offers loads to do for kids (and adults) of all ages. The Promenade consists of over 40 shops, restaurants, and bowling in a huge pedestrian area.
Shops at the Promenade
Interesting shops at the LINQ Promenade include: Polaroid Fotobar where instead of pictures living on your phone for eternity, you can easily turn them into innovative and memorable products. 12A.M.Run. a stylish sneaker boutique offering the coolest brands on the market. Goorin Brothers Hat Shop, featuring everything from berets and fedoras to bowlers and the timeless newsboy caps. Chilli Beans, accessories and glasses ranging from eccentric to chic, you're are encouraged to try on every sunny or optical pair. Club Tattoo is a world-famous tattoo studio owned by industry leaders Sean and Thora Dowdell and Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington.
Fly at the speed of fun 12 stories above The LINQ Promenade on the Strip's only zipline experience, FLY LINQ. The FLY LINQ Zipline is an adrenaline fueled and electrifying sky-high experience for thrill-seekers looking for an exhilarating ride!
Restaurants at the Promenade
Eating choices are varied: Yard House, Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery, Squeeze, yummy hot dogs at Haute Doggery, Nook Express, Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar, Flour & Barley. After enjoying a savoury meal you'll love Sprinkles Cupcakes. Founded in Los Angeles and glorified by Hollywood celebrities, Sprinkles creates gourmet couture cupcakes to die for (hint: buy a scoop of Sprinkles Ice Cream and get a free mini cupcake). For chocolate fans Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop is available for your indulgance.
Brooklyn Bowl, not to be confused with Brookly Bridge at New York-New York, combines bowling, live music, nightlife and gourmet dining fuse together at LINQ's hottest nighttime destination, Brooklyn Bowl, an offshoot of its popular New York location, which was dubbed as "one of the most incredible places on earth" by Rolling Stone magazine.