Wee Kirk o' the Heather
The oldest continuously operating wedding chapel in Las Vegas (since 1940). It’s close to the county marriage bureau, too.
Graceland Wedding Chapel
Offering the original Elvis impersonator wedding (from $199) for over 50 years. If it’s good enough for rock stars, then it’s probably...
Vegas Wedding Chapel
With the only walk-up wedding window in Vegas, plus a cathedral-style chapel. Also arranges weddings at scenic outdoor spots in the...
Downtown Cocktail Room
With a serious list of classic cocktails and house-made inventions, this low-lit speakeasy is undeniably romantic, and it feels decades...
O Face Doughnuts
Traditional, vegan and gluton-free in-hand donuts, as well specialty flavors (try the Hibiscus Tea Glazed) and fork and knife delights...
401 S 6th St · interesting places nearby
Chef André Rochat’s Provençal-decorated 1930s bungalow shows that casino hotels don’t have a monopoly on haute cuisine. Interior dining rooms may feel claustrophobic and look awfully dated, but loyal patrons appreciate the Michelin-starred traditions. Seasonal highlights on the provincial French menu might include pan-seared duck foie gras with baked apples and five-spice crème anglaise. Sommelier-led wine flights from the world-class cellar are pricey. Reservations essential; dress well.