Time Out says
No renaissance of Downtown Las Vegas would have been complete without a proper record store. With an impressive bunch of collectibles on display (lots of first edition, post-punk 1990s alt-rock) and an array of impeccably maintained bins, 11th Street Records is just what the Vegas music scene needed. Expect alphabetically arranged vinyl, discount bins and a small, isolated CD collection. What sets the space apart is the cool recording studio in the rear, which doubles as a performance area for shows of all ages and is used by both local and international bands. Bonus points: Open late most nights, the venue is the ideal destination for those looking to wander around the city after catching a band at adjacent Bunkhouse. Although the vinyl skews a bit more expensive compared to local competitors, a new customer loyalty program does offer discounts to repeat buyers.
1023 Fremont St
|Cross street:||between S 10th and S 11th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Sun, Mon Noon-7pm; Tue-Thu Noon-10pm; Sat, Sun Noon-Mightnight|