The LINQ Promenade On The Vegas Strip (The Ultimate Guide)

Located across from Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a little open-air esplanade that may seem unassuming at first glance but is actually packed full of unique Vegas experiences.

Opened in 2014, The LINQ Promenade has grown to be a notable part of the Las Vegas skyline and is definitely worth a spot on your Sin City itinerary.

LINQ Promenade: Shop ‘Til You Drop

Whether you’re going in on a shopping mission or just to look around, you’ll be hard-pressed not to leave The LINQ Promenade without carrying at least a few shopping bags.

Pier 30 is the summer vacationers’ dream, with the entire store packed wall to wall with swimwear, surfwear, and all the accessories and clothing a skateboarder could dream up.

Pier 30

Socks & Bottoms

Probably the cheekiest stop on the Promenade, you and the family could spend hours browsing the collection of novelty socks and underwear at Socks & Bottoms and still not make a dent in their inventory.

With all the walking you’ll be doing, it’s only natural you’ll want to stop for a bite to eat.

Grabbing A Bite at LINQ Promenade

If you’re looking for some comfort food during your trip but still want an unforgettable experience- this is your stop.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar

Serving 3 meals a day, 7 days a week, Maxie’s is ready to offer you and your crew a new take on traditional diner food.


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