Foreign Exchange Lounge to Debut in the Arts District

Introducing a new bar and lounge where locals can unwind with world-class beers and live music
Foreign Exchange Lounge to Debut in the Arts District
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All the cool cats will soon be heading to Foreign Exchange Lounge for neo jazz and night caps. Owner Robert Taylor told What Now Las Vegas that he plans to launch the new lounge and bar in Las Vegas’s Arts District in September.

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Foreign Exchange Lounge will provide an exceptional drink menu with beers and bottled imported from around the world. The new bar and lounge will boast art and decor inspired by global currencies to create a luxurious and relaxed ambiance for guests to chill, socialize with friends, and enjoy neo jazz, worldly, and cool 80s music. Foreign Exchange Lounge will also provide live entertainment including performances by guitarists, singers, and poets.

Although Taylor is waiting to unveil the grandeur of Foreign Exchange Lounge on its grand opening, he did say that the lounge will feature “a classic London red telephone booth just for selfies.”

Foreign Exchange Lounge will settle in at 200 Hoover Avenue within the swanky neighborhood of the Arts District. The lounge and bar will span 1,700 square feet and seat upwards to 75 people. Although the lounge will not have a kitchen, patrons will be able to feast on delectable street food from the nightly rotation of African, Asian, Jamaican, and Italian food trucks, among others.

Be sure to swing by Foreign Exchange Lounge for a chill night of live music and exquisite drinks with your friends when it opens its doors this fall.

Laura Moreno

Laura Moreno

Laura Moreno is a freelance writer and editor. She holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MFA from Syracuse University. She is based in the greater Los Angeles area.
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