- Lucky Day will celebrate National Mezcal Day with its Conejo Azul on Thursday, October 21st.
- Their Conejo Azul is made with 400 Conejos Espadin, grapefruit, “Blue” agave, lime, Squirt, and Frosted Chamoy.
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Lucky Day’s guests will be able to partake in the holiday with their Conejo Azul made with 400 Conejos Espadin, grapefruit, “Blue” agave, lime, Squirt, and Frosted Chamoy. The dance floor will heat up for the holiday with Latin Alternative night and beats from Edwin Lazer from 10 p.m. to close. Lucky Day will host Sonidero, a weekly promoter night every Thursday.
Conceptualized and designed by Corner Bar founder, Ryan Doherty, Lucky Day blends a cacophony of pesos, knick-knacks, discarded fortunes, eccentric art, stained glass windows and tattered memories with a canopy of 15,000 custom handmade programmable LED lights in all shapes and sizes. A living, breathing art installation, the lights were designed by an innovative art production agency, Building 180, and created by renowned artist, Keegan Olton.
About Lucky Day
Lucky Day, a tequila and mezcal bar stuffed to the brim with iconography, color and an explosion of lights, opened in September. Located on Fremont East, Lucky Day offers an impressive selection of rare mezcals, small-batch tequilas, and signature cocktails, plus house-made tortilla chips, salsa fresca, and guacamole flights. Lucky Day blends a cacophony of pesos, knick-knacks, discarded fortunes, eccentric art, stained glass windows, and tattered memories with a canopy of 15,000 custom handmade programmable LED lights in all shapes and sizes.
They are open from 7 p.m. to late on Monday through Friday and from 4 p.m. to late on Saturday and Sunday. Reservations can be made by texting 702-291-7599. More information is available on their website or on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
About Corner Bar Management
Created by Las Vegas entrepreneur Ryan Doherty, Corner Bar Management is behind some of the city’s most popular nightlife venues, including Commonwealth, The Laundry Room, Park on Fremont, DISCOPUSSY, Lucky Day, and its most recent boutique restaurant, Peyote, in the Fremont East Entertainment District. Corner Bar has also brought concepts such Oddwood, a stylish bar, and Museum Fiasco, an immersive, multi-sensory museum, to AREA15, the world’s first purpose-built experiential art and entertainment complex. Doherty’s projects highlight his passion for art and design through concepts that reflect the moment, even though their appeal is timeless. More information is available on their website, on Facebook, and on Instagram.