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Four Las Vegas Bars that Make You Feel Like a High Roller

Last updated: October 27, 2015 at 5:00 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Bars, Nightlife. Comments Off on Four Las Vegas Bars that Make You Feel Like a High Roller.

Vegas is the type of place where you can pretend to be anything – or anyone. So even if you lose at the tables, these four Las Vegas bars can make you feel like the king of the world.

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Bound at The Cromwell

A boutique lounge for a boutique hotel, Bound is nestled between The Cromwell hotel check-in and the casino floor. Bound reinvents the idea of a hotel lobby – whether you’re seated around the centerpiece bar or the plush sofas nearest the casino. Mixologist legend Salvatore Calabrese created signature cocktails such as The Cromwell Fizz, comprised of whiskey, lemon juice, orange bitters and topped with Moët & Chandon Impérial champagne. The Cromwell’s exclusive espresso cocktails are perfect for a late night (or early morning) boost and are served in a frozen traditional Italian Moka Pot. As a bonus, celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis created a special small bite menu specifically for Bound.

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FIZZ at Caesars Palace

If you’re savvy on tasting the same kind of showbiz opulence enjoyed by Sir Elton John and his husband David Furnish, head to Fizz Champagne Lounge at Caesars Palace. The opulent two-story concept from creative director Furnish features rare photographs from the couple’s personal collection mounted in a space filled with cognac, ivory and copper tones meant to conjure the spirit of champagne. The food menu includes such extravagances as Siberian Ossetra caviar served on ice with buckwheat blinis and crème fraiche. Their Fizz deluxe cocktail is priced at an amazing $2,500 and dusted with real 24-karat gold flakes. Those who aren’t high rollers can feel like millionaires for a fraction of that amount with champagne concoctions like the Fizz Fraise, featuring rock candy syrup, Fragoli Wild Strawberry Liqueur and of course, Domaine Chandon Brut Champagne. Specialty cocktails are also available for your fun and unforgettable entree into the luxe life.

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VISTA Cocktail Lounge

VISTA Cocktail Lounge at Caesars Palace

Located just off the casino floor in the heart of Caesars Palace, VISTA Cocktail Lounge is a sophisticated spot perfect for pre-club or post-show drinks. Although its location—just steps away from both OMNIA Nightclub and The Colosseum—puts VISTA close to the action, you’ll feel a world away surrounded by ever-changing images of international skylines displayed on next-generation LED screens. With live DJs, handcrafted cocktails and available bottle service, VISTA offers a relaxed, upscale nightclub experience without the velvet ropes or door men.

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Nobu Lounge Caesars Palace

The Nobu Lounge at Caesars Palace features exclusive menu items bound to impress even hardcore chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa fans. Sit in an open, eye-catching booth designed to resemble Japanese ikebana baskets used for the art of flower arranging, or sashay up to the bar and experience a chic environment around you, including views of the chef action at the teppanyaki tables. Hokusetsu sake has been exclusively imported and the restaurant serves their own private label wine, including Matsuhisa Cabernet Sauvignon. For more of kick, try the Matsuhisa Martini, made with Krome vodka, Hokusetsu sake, ginger and a cucumber garnish.

 

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