3 Wild Cocktails at Boardwalk Saloon in the Wild Wild West

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There is always something going on in the Wild Wild West at Bally’s, and while the Boardwalk Saloon is well known for their $3 beers and $4 shots, that is certainly not all you can find on their menu. As a matter of fact, they have a full menu of signature cocktails that you can wet your whistle with. From “The Tumbleweed” to “The Tennessee Mule,” these drinks have a real western feel to them, and the bartenders have the quickest draw in the West when it comes to whipping them up. Check out these three Wild Wild cocktails from Boardwalk Saloon!

The Wrangler Mojito

The Wrangler Mojito is the result of Boardwalk Saloon putting their own western spin on the classic mojito. The unexpected combination of mango Bacardi rum and mint works really well, and makes this a drink that you can really have some fun with.

 

The Burnt Whiskey Sour

You may have had a whiskey sour before, but not like this! The burnt simple syrup and sour cherries help to give this drink a little more of a kick. Speaking of kick, after a couple of these you might be ready to take a ride on the mechanical bull!

 

The Prickly Cactus

Don’t worry, there aren’t any actual prickles in the Prickly Cactus. However, between the tequila, the prickly pear puree, and the jalapeños, this drink definitely has a lot of bite to it! If you have more than one of them, are they “Prickly Cacti”?

I don’t blame you if you’re ready to mosey on down to the Boardwalk Saloon right about now. This is just a preview of the long list of awesome drinks you’ll find on their cocktail menu, and there’s a good chance that you’re going to want to try them all! (Although, I absolutely encourage you to make multiple trips if that is your plan!) Of course, the easiest way to go more than one night in a row is to stay in a room right upstairs at Bally’s Atlantic City, so click here to book your stay now!

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Ryan loves burritos, hockey, and long walks on the couch. After graduating from William Paterson University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media Production, he fell in love with social media marketing at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry, and later became a Social Media Specialist at Caesars Entertainment.

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