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How To Find The Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den at Resorts World

Resorts World, the newest resort on the Las Vegas Strip, offers over 100,000 square feet of gaming, 3,500 hotel rooms, a unique collection of food & drink offerings, a sprawling rooftop pool deck, and upwards of 70,000 square feet of retail. Even with all that going for it, it’s safe to say our favorite intricacy of the new resort is the Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den Speakeasy which is tucked away out of sight within their Famous Foods Street Eats food hall.

Although the presence of speakeasies around Las Vegas is somewhat well-known by regulars, most visitors milling past are oblivious to their existence. There’s something exclusive and fun about pushing through a hidden, disguised, or secret door to access a cocktail lounge that not everyone knows about. It feels good to be an “insider”.

Below, we’ll use pictures to help you find the entrance to the Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den speakeasy at Resorts World.

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Where To Find the Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den

While the hidden bar is mentioned on the Resorts World website under dining options, there is no signage or advertisements within the resort that would alert you to its presence.

The speakeasy is located behind a shelf at Ms. Meow’s Mamak Stall, pictured below. If you’re walking along the Famous Foods Street Eats, you can’t miss the storefront, which doubles as an actual shop that sells a collection of snacks and beverages.

Neon sign in the Famous Foods Street Eats
When you see this, you’re in the right neighborhood.

The secret door to the bar is the shelving unit with 3 lucky cats (black, white, and gold) sitting on the middle shelf. When we stopped by, we just asked the cashier if we could enter, and she helped us by opening the door. There wasn’t a password needed to access the speakeasy.

Ms. Meow's Mamak Stall Storefront
See the shelf with 3 lucky cats in the middle? That’s the door.

Once inside, you’ll find a small cocktail lounge with limited seating. Here are a couple of photos of the Vice Den that we shot before they opened for the day.

Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den interior to include the bar and seating
Once inside. Let me introduce you to the Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den.
Seating at the Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den Speakeasy
Another angle of the speakeasy.

What we loved about the look and feel of the Vice Den at Resorts World was the immediate transition in decor and overall vibe experienced when entering. As a guest, you’re walking in from a bright, loud, and oftentimes crowded casino floor through a secret door into a sophisticated feeling lounge with unique design elements.

Making an immediate impression was the neon tigers on the wall, but other subtle touches like oriental rugs, brick walls, painted murals, and lighting under the bar top and behind booth seating enhance the aesthetic appeal.

Drink Prices at Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den

Craft cocktails at the Vice Den cost between $18 – $21, a glass of wine averages $20, and most bottled beer options fall into a range of $9 – $11. Sake is also available in small cans (200ml – 250ml) for $14 – $18, or by the glass for $16 – $20.

Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den Reviews

Although a newer venue, reviews are starting to trickle in with nearly all being positive in nature. Currently, the speakeasy holds a 4-star rating out of 5 on Yelp.

There you have it. You now know how to find the secret entrance to the Here Kitty Kitty Vice Lounge speakeasy at Resorts World.

Whether or not you choose to stop at this specific lounge, we still recommend visiting one of the various hidden cocktail lounges in Las Vegas, either on the Strip or on Fremont Street. More than a simple cocktail, a clandestine bar provides an experience to remember, making for the perfect date night or an evening out on the town in Las Vegas.

See Also: There are 2 speakeasy bars at Cosmopolitan – Ghost Donkey and The Barbershop – here’s how to find them!

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