Nevada is unique among the states as there is no state-level licensing authority that administers liquor licenses to businesses.
Instead, liquor licenses are issued to businesses from either their county or municipal government, depending on the location of the business. A business located in an incorporated city (such as Las Vegas or Henderson) will apply to the municipal government for a license. A business located in unincorporated county space will apply to the county government for a license. Nevada also has unicorporated towns (such as Paradise, Winchester, Sunrise Manor, Blue Diamond, Whitney, Enterprise). A business located in an unicorporated town is bound by the county regulations.
Regardless of location, all alcohol serving establishments are bound by the state laws found in Chapter 369 of the Nevada Revised Statutes