Coast-to-Coffice: The Beat

Coast-to-Coffice: The Beat

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Even though we were in Vegas to celebrate Christmas and the new year, there was still work to be done.  This time, though, I knew exactly what coffice I wanted to work at.  I’d first visited The Beat Coffeehouse when I was the City Leader for CRAVE Las Vegas, a coffee table book project for women entrepreneurs, and I’d attended lots of meetings there.  The vibe is relaxed; you can perch your laptop on the counter while you eat or grab a couch and get comfy.  As a bonus, it was within walking distance of our temporary home at Main Street Station.

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The  independent coffeehouse at Sixth and Fremont, just two blocks from The Fremont Street Experience, is a gathering place for those who live and work in downtown Vegas.  Along with the requisite free Wi-Fi for customers, The Beat has small menu with eclectic food, coffee drinks and a nice selection of beer and wine in the evening.  The space in the Emergency Arts building includes a vintage store and creative businesses, including galleries and artist studios.

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My favorite munchie at The Beat is the Slap & Tickle sandwich, a hipster twist on the classic PB&J with peanut butter, homemade jam, crisp bacon and optional jalapeño slices to kick things up a notch.  Paired with some iced tea, it’ll take you through your afternoon to-do list.  And, you can easily take quick breaks to people watch out the window while you’re getting things done.

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  1. We used to live in LV, left prior to all this good sounding development in the downtown sector. Glad to hear that LV seems to be doing well, especially the downtown area. Have you checked out the mobster museum? If so, is it worthwhile? Thanks, happy travels.

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