Five Gotta-Have Grammy-inspired cocktails at Caesars, Harrah’s & Bally’s

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Now, what is more exhilarating than watching your favorite artist accept that golden gramophone on music’s biggest night? We’re less than a week shy of the 61st Annual Grammy Awards and here at Caesars, Harrah’s and Bally’s Atlantic City, we choose to celebrate the award show by drinking like stars. If you’re making a trip to one of our properties on Sunday, honor this year’s nominees by grabbing a refreshing, adult beverage influenced by their ingenious and captivating twenty eighteen discography.

 

Shawn Mendes- Bloody mary

With the highly-anticipated release of his chart-topping third studio LP, the 20-year-old Canadian crooner completely transformed from boy-next-door to heartthrob global superstar. Rather than masking emotion, Mendes chose to wholeheartedly embrace and communicate it, specifically with his pop-rock anthem, “In My Blood,” a song stemming from an ongoing anxiety battle. The track is nominated for the prestigious Song of the Year award, while the full album itself is a strong contender for Best Pop Vocal Album. We will be toasting to that at Bally’s Hotel & Casino’s very own Lobby Bar with a delicious Bloody Mary.

 

Camila Cabello- COCONUT MOJITO 

One year after departing from 5H to embark on a solo endeavor, Camila Cabello dropped her compilation, Camila. A debut so raw and indelibly melodic as this comes as no surprise in the Best Pop Vocal Album category, where she will compete against Mendes, a former collaborator and dear friend. Cabello is also up for Best Pop Solo Performance for her number one breakout hit “Havana,” a playful track that pays homepage to her heritage. Being the most streamed song in history by a female artist and Cabello holding the title of 2018’s most awarded artist, she’s a standout force to be reckoned with. Channel the songstress’ Cuban roots by sipping on a Coconut Mojito from Harrah’s Coastal Craft & Kitchen.

 

Dan + Shay- Tequila

Coincidentally, Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney discovered news of their Best Country Song and Best Country Duo/Group Performance nods the same day they also were celebrating their six-year band-iversary. The universe works in mysterious ways, doesn’t it? Dan + Shay’s irresistible, smash song “Tequila” managed to vault the pair over into the pop world. Following its longevity at country radio, this bop was welcomed into Top 40 airplay with open arms and we still can’t get enough. Along with Mendes & Cabello, the dynamic duo are slated to perform during Sunday’s ceremony as well. We’re simply going to say this calls for straight tequila. Four-dollar shots in the Wild, anyone?

 

Childish Gambino- manhattan

Donald Glover is an impressive man with an array of talents. Under his musical persona, Childish Gambino, the triple-threat earned himself a Grammy win just last year, but he may be adding some more gold hardware to his name come the weekend. Gambino currently has five nods pending, which include both Song of the Year & Record of the Year for the sonically chaotic “This Is America.” The critically-acclaimed single expressed modern social commentary and skyrocketed the top of the charts; surely something to celebrate with a classic Manhattan at Guy Fieri’s Chophouse. After all, this legendary cocktail was birthed in the States.

 

dua Lipa- God Save The queen

Having already conquered Britain’s music scene, Miss Dua Lipa paved a path for herself in America as well, spawning the singer’s first US top ten hit last January with a cautionary tale of casual post-breakup flings. Her homeland always knew she was a powerhouse, but this year, Lipa has been granted the recognition she rightfully deserves. The 23-year-old pop sensation received Grammy nominations in the Best New Artist and Best Dance Recording categories. Any specialty Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill favorite would be an excellent choice to commemorate Lipa’s success. Featured here, we have God Save The Queen.

 

Which Grammy-nominated artists are you rooting for? Be sure to follow Caesars, Harrah’s and Bally’s on social media so you can let us know your thoughts! Hosted by Alicia Keys, the award show airs this Sunday, February 10th at 8PM on CBS. 

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