Visiting Uncommons Las Vegas? Here’s your guide to the best spots to visit.

Uncommons is the newest live-work-play community in Las Vegas with great dining options in Southwest Las Vegas. We’re exploring all the restaurants and stores here to help you decide what’s worth visiting.

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Last Updated: May 13, 2024

About the Uncommons: Directions & Parking

The Uncommons is in southwest Las Vegas, across from Durango Casino & Resort. The walkable 40-acre campus has restaurants, lifestyle brands, office spaces, and apartments in the works.

Uncommons Address:
6880 Helen Toland St
Las Vegas, NV 89113 (map)

Parking at Uncommons is easy. Their three large garages offer plenty of free parking for the first two hours. Each additional hour costs $3, up to a maximum of $15/day.. There is also free street parking right now.

See More: 101 Things to Do in Las Vegas Bucket List

The Best Places to Eat and Drink at Uncommons Las Vegas

Here are our favorite spots so far. What have you been to at the Uncommons, and what else do we need to check out?

1. Try Different cuisines at The Sundry

6840 Helen Toland St, Las Vegas, NV 89113, map

Food halls are so popular in Las Vegas, and the Sundry is a beautiful space that gives you a unique dining experience. Rather than ordering at each individual restaurant, you can order with your server from a combined menu. That way, your server times your group’s order, and you avoid running into the situation where one person waits in a long line while another finishes eating before everyone is back.

We tried a few different things on the menu:

Godzilla from Mizunara – handrolls.

Thai Beef Salad from Happy Hoagie is my favorite dish of everything we tried!

Pork Sisig from Peso – Tasty Filipino dish.

Dough My Goodness Sundae from Smitten – Chunky and delicious.

Old Fashioned – Tasted pretty standard, but we were impressed by their no-impurity ice.

Umami Mary from Diane Mina’s – I didn’t realize chef Michael Mina and his wife Diane have been full-time Las Vegas residents for several years. Diane is the namesake behind Diane’s Bloody Mary’s, and her bloody mary mix is a first-of-its-kind made with 100% San Marzano Italian tomatoes and fresh herbs. 

Local Tip: Live music is on the weekends between 11 AM and 3 PM. The two musicians we’ve seen there are so good!

2. Enjoy Ice Cream at Salt & Straw

6815 Tom Rodriguez St suite 120, Las Vegas, NV 89113, map

We first had Salt & Straw when we lived in Portland. At the time, it was a local favorite. Since then, they’ve expanded to multiple cities, including Las Vegas. After meeting Tyler, their chief ice cream maker, at an event in New York, I can’t help but root for their dreams. They always have their classic flavors and rotating flavors. My favorite has been the Strawberry Honey Balsamic w/ Black Pepper for quite some time. Meanwhile, Jacob likes to try something new every time, and this time he tried the Passionfruit Yuzu Mochi Donuts & Whey Curd.

3. Try The World-Famous Sandwich at All’Antico Vinaio

8533 Rozita Lee Ave Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89113, map

All’Antico Vinaio, a Florentine sandwich shop, has been hailed as ‘the world’s best sandwich’ by Saveur magazine. We couldn’t resist trying La Favolosa, the sandwich that put the shop on the map, and La Summer, another popular choice.

The sandwiches are HUGE, and one is enough to share, or you can save a half for later. They will also start serving breakfast sandwiches soon, which we’re excited to try!

4. Enjoy a Drink at Todo Bien

8548 Rozita Lee Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89113, map

Todo Bien is an aesthetic tiki bar I would bring friends to any day. Their expert mixologists create cocktails with tequila, mezcal, sotol, and other spirits, and they also carry a well-curated Sawmill Caguamita beer list.

If you are with a large group, they have a drinking vessel for 2-3 people (the Poquito) or one for 10-12 people (the Cazula de Barro).

5. Catch the Game at General Admission

8548 Rozita Lee Ave Suite 105, Las Vegas, NV 89113, map

This popular LA sports bar has made its way to Vegas. General Admission is the perfect place to watch a game. 

We enjoyed the Mozzarella Sticks, Tokyo Tots, and Streak Frites.

6. Shop and Sip Wine at Wineaux

6887 Helen Toland St #110, Las Vegas, NV 89113, map

Wineaux is a wine market and bar, and it’s a place where you can come to nerd out about wine with the staff, who are well-versed in wine. If you’re strapped for time, you can pop in to grab a bottle, or it’s a great spot to taste a few and then select your favorite to take home.

If you want food, the Hamachi & Caviar and the Foie Parfait were delicious.

7. Have Brunch at Amari Italian Kitchen & Wine Shop

6825 Tom Rodriguez St STE 101, Las Vegas, NV 89113, map

The last spot we checked out was AMARI Italian Kitchen for brunch. I ordered the Campanelle, which our server highly recommended, and it is now my favorite pasta dish in Las Vegas. Previously, my favorite was at Esther’s Kitchen.

We also tried their breakfast pizza, which was too oily for my taste, but the dough was delicious. They use a 25-year-old yeast starter for their focaccia and pizza dough.

Local Tip: They have an extended happy hour every Sunday from 3-9 PM.

Map of Uncommons

Photo: Uncommons

All Dining Options in Uncommons

Here is a list of all the dining options in Uncommons. Most of them are already open and others are opening soon.


All’Antico Vinaio – World famous sandwich shop.

AMARI – Neighborhood Italian restaurant.

General Admission – Sports bar.

Kaiyo (coming 2024) – Japanese and Peruvian food.

Salt & Straw – Ice cream with unique flavors.

Siempre (coming soon) – Mexican steakhouse

Sunlife Organics – Juice bar and healthy foods.

Teaspoon – Boba shop.

Todo Bien – A tiki tequileria with great drinks!

Urth Caffe – Organic coffees and cafe food.

Wineaux – Cute wine market and bar.


B.S. Taqueria – Creative twists on tacos.

Bar Oysterette – Oysters and small plates.

Barzotta – Cal-Italia style restuarant.

Dhaba Ji – New Indian food.

Diane’s Bloody Mary Bar

Easy Slider – Classic American burgers.

The Happy Hoagie – Sandwiches.

Kavos Coastal Greek Grill – Seafood.

Kowbird – Fried chicken joint.

Peso – Modern Filipino food.

Saint Honore – Couture doughnuts.

Smitten Ice Cream – Ice cream and shakes.

Soulbelly – Barbecue.

See More: 49 Best Places to Eat in Las Vegas

Special Events at Uncommons

They hold special events at Uncommons that are great for the community!

Brunch & Good Vibes at The Sundry (Saturday and Sundays) runs from 11 AM – 3 PM and features Live Music.

Amari All-Day Happy House (Sundays): Extended Sunday happy hour from 3-9 PM.

Beyond the Neon Poetry (May 19): Local poetry organization Beyond the Neon Poetry will host “Sunday Sessions” in The Quad. The evening will feature “A Celebration of Motherhood” with a featured poetry reading and an open mic session from 6 to 8 p.m. 

Memorial Day (May 27): General Admission will offer all military members with valid ID a free burger, fries, and beer to honor Memorial Day.

National Cheeseburger Day (May 28): General Admission is celebrating National Cheeseburger Day with an incredible buy-one, get-one-free offer on its double-double Smashburger on Tuesday, May 28. The Smashburger is made with two black Angus beef patties, caramelized onions, GA sauce, dill pickles, and American cheese, served on a warm brioche bun with a side of French fries.

Market in the Alley (June 2): Support local makers. Check out our friend RADIX for slim wallets, water bottles, pocket knives, and lens jackets (our fave).

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Where to Stay

Essential Tips

Make restaurant reservations, especially on weekends and holidays.

Look for street parking first since it’s free! However on hot days, you may want to park in the deck.

Even if you’re only dining at one spot, take time to walk around the campus.

Planning Checklist

Get comprehensive insurance for your trip.

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Find a great deal on Las Vegas hotels.

Arrange a rental car for your trip.

Book a tour for your visit.

Get airport lounge access.

Buy a travel charger to keep your devices charged.

Get a new backpack for your trip.

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Pack the appropriate shoes for your trip.

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Have you been to Uncommons Las Vegas? What has been your favorite place to eat?

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