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When anyone thinks of visiting Las Vegas, their first thought is to head down to the Strip of course! Who can resist the beautiful casinos, amazing shows, big name performers and mouthwatering food prepared by celebrity chefs? I have lived in Las Vegas for 14 years and I still love going to the Strip for all of those reasons. I have lived here long enough to know though, that our city has so much more to offer.

I think you miss out on some of the equally incredible off the Strip spots because you just don’t know about them. Years ago, when I worked in a casino, many of the guests thought that the entire city of Las Vegas was just one street- Las Vegas Boulevard. It still makes me smile when I think about how many times I had to explain that I did not live in the casino where I worked and that there were other things to do in Las Vegas if they simply drove off this one street.

If you find yourself wanting to explore our city a little more, Tivoli Village is a lifestyle destination located just 20 minutes from the Strip. The Village has a European feel to it with cobblestone walkways leading you to restaurants and bars, and various retail establishments. Here are some of the places I checked out when I was there for a fun event called Sip, Savor & Shop:

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Angl

Angl

This stylish women’s boutique has affordable clothing that is suitable to wear to the office. With a few cute accessories, you can easily slip right into happy hour wearing the same outfit. With everyone keeping such a busy schedule, who has time to go home and change?

Cork & Thorn

At Cork & Thorn, you can sip on your favorite beverage while watching the perfect floral arrangement come to life created by their floral artists. Cork & Thorn is not just a flower shop; they also have unique events from Vintage Movie or Live Jazz nights to floral arrangement classes!

Diamanti Fine Jewelers

If you are looking for some timeless jewelry and impeccable service, Diamanti is your shop! They
are very friendly here and will take the time to help you find the perfect piece for every occasion.

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Divine Sugar

Divine Sugar

If you need to give a gift, sweets and treats are always a great idea. Divine Sugar not only has that part covered, but they have cute packaging as well. The look of the store, well there’s no other way to put it, is simply adorable.

Leticia’s Cocina & Cantina

Leticia’s serves authentic Mexican food with daily chef’s specials and a happy hour menu. This was my first stop when I arrived at Tivoli Village.  I cooled down with a margarita and had some delicious chips and salsa!

Echo & Rig

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Echo & Rig

Honestly, anyone who has ever tried Echo & Rig raves about everything on their menu from their salads to their seafood to their steaks. They even have a butcher shop where you can buy meat to take home!

MarkieChar Jewelry

This is one of those stores that makes you want to look at every item because they are all so
interesting. It is no surprise since each jewelry piece, accessory or keepsake is a unique creation from either a local or international designer. It also is a big plus that the owner has an adorable dog in her store  which also means Tivoli Village is dog friendly!

Pressed Juicery

If you are all about delicious and nutritious cold-pressed juices, you will love this store! They have delicious flavors, always let you do a taste test before buying anything and the staff is really nice!

River North

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River North

If you are looking for home décor, River North has a beautiful collection of furniture, lighting, art pieces and other home essentials. Each piece is so stylish giving you the impression that you are walking away with the only piece created, although I am pretty sure that is not the case.

Thank you to Ava Rose Agency for inviting me to this event. I had fun sipping, savoring and shopping. Click on the photos below to see more!

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30 Replies to “Tivoli Village Las Vegas”

  1. I’ve been to Vegas a few years ago, it’s such a fun city to visit. I did stay at a hotel on the strip. It would have been nice to have this list to visit when I was there last time. Oh well, I guess this is my excuse to visit Vegas for a second time then.

  2. I keep telling myself I am going to make my way out to Vegas. This is a great list of things to do when I do finally get there. Especially good ideas for taking my daughter around.

  3. Tivoli Village sounds like a great place – so many things to see and do. I honestly don’t know where I would like to start as there are several that appeal to me. Watching flower arrangements come to life whiling sipping a delicious beverage sounds relaxing.

  4. Wow I’m in Las Vegas a lot and never ventured to Tivoli Village. I will look for it on my next visit. It looks very interesting.

    1. It really is and I’m so happy to share how wonderful this city is especially with people who have never been here before! Thank you for reading 🙂

  5. These places look awesome and like you say probably get very overlooked by tourists who go to the las vagas strip. Good for you for highlighting.

    1. I’m so happy to share my city with everyone. I’ve come to realize that not everyone has visited Vegas before; when I first started blogging I somewhat had this notion that everyone has been here at least once. It’s not the case 🙂

  6. I’ve never visited Les Vegas but have read a lot of blog posts on it. Love to visit there soon! Thanks for sharing.

    1. Oh it’s definitely time for a visit again! 🙂 Every year there’s something new to see. Come back and visit our fabulous city!

  7. Wow! I had no idea that the Tivoli Village was in Las Vegas and so close to the strip! I have been to Vegas literally a dozen times and didn’t know this awesome area existed. I love getting a locals perspective on these hidden gems. Will add it to my list the next time we are in town.

    1. Since you have been to Vegas so many times, it’s time for you to explore the city a bit more! Tivoli Village is definitely a great option! Thanks for reading! 🙂

    1. What I love most about this city is how dynamic and diverse it is. There is definitely something for everyone from shows to dining and now sports options!

  8. That is so incredible, I had not really planned to visit Vegas, since I don’t gamble, but I thought if I did go I’d check out the Grand Canyon. Mexican is my favorite food, so I’d be very interested to check out Leticia’s Cocina & Cantina.

    1. The great thing about Vegas is it’s no longer a city just about gambling! There are great shows,sports, shopping, food and sites to see. You should visit at least once in your life 🙂

  9. You are right! Everyone thinks it’s all on the strip. I hope I will get there one day. I will try to go to other places, too. Divine Sugar will be my first stop.

    1. You made a great choice! It smells divine in there. You almost have to buy something! I hope to have the opportunity to visit, Vegas is so much fun. Thanks for reading! 🙂

    1. I agree! There are some in between times before a show or club where you want to get some shopping done or try a new restaurant. There are definitely places off the Strip as well that are worth visiting 🙂

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