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Find Your Favorite Bar In Vegas By Drink Type

Last updated: December 13, 2018 at 8:25 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Bars, Nightlife. Comments Off on Find Your Favorite Bar In Vegas By Drink Type.

Chances are, when you come to Vegas, you’re going to be going out and having a few cocktails and we’ve got plenty of drinks around town to choose from. Everyone likes something different, so whether you’re a wine connoisseur or a margarita aficionado, we can help you out.

Here’s our guide to finding the right Vegas bar for you by your preferred drink type:


Draft beer at Beer Park. Serves more than 100 beers on draft

Grab a draft at BEER PARK. Photo courtesy of BEER PARK.

BEER Park at Paris Las Vegas

It’s all in the name. BEER PARK is your home for beer on the Las Vegas Strip. The 10,000-square-foot outdoor venue serves more than 100 draft, can and bottle beer selections, including 36 beers on tap. You can also enjoy beer cocktails and pair them with a menu of all-American food favorites.

AmeriCAN at The LINQ Promenade

If American beer is your thing, then head to ameriCAN where you can try nearly 70 canned beers from the 50 states. You can also catch your favorite sports on the high-definition TVs. If your favorite sport is people watching, you can sit outside on the patio and watch people walk by on the pedestrian-friendly LINQ Promenade.

Yard House at The LINQ Promenade

Another great choice for beer is Yard House, where you’ll have a choice of 160 taps of imported, craft and specialty ales and lagers. Order your beer by the half-yard, pint or shorty. There’s a diverse food menu here and you can sit out on the patio with a prime view of the High Roller Observation Wheel.

Photo of server at Blue Moon Bar in Planet Hollywood Resort.

Check out the new Blue Moon Bar in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Blue Moon Bar at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

This new beer bar serves seasonal and limited-release craft beers that are normally only available at Blue Moon’s River North brewery in Denver. Try the mango wheat, blood orange pale ale or Mexican chocolate. You’ll also find beer-based cocktails featuring Blue Moon Belgian White.


Strip House at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

This steakhouse has a 6,000-bottle wine list and it’s so impressive they were given Wine Spectator’s Best Of Award for Excellence in 2017.

Wines by the glass include sparkling wines, whites from California, France, Oregon, Russian River Valley and reds from everywhere from France to Washington. There are a variety of reserve wines served at cellar temperature from California, France and Italy.

They also have a list of some unique wines and a nice variety of sweet wines and ports.

The Wine Cellar at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

The Wine Cellar at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Wine Cellar & Tasting Room at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Rio’s Wine Cellar and Tasting Room is home to one of the most impressive public wine collections in the United States with 3,000 bottles, valued at more than $3 million. You can even see rare collectibles like a bottle of 1800 Madeira from Thomas Jefferson’s cellar.

But you’re not here just to see wines, you want to taste. There are more than 100 wines by the glass including everyday wines and hard-to-find cult wines. Not a wine expert? Don’t worry – there are professional wine stewards at the bar to help you out.

Pronto by Giada Wine Bar in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace

Giada samples wine at Pronto By Giada. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Pronto By Giada at Caesars Palace

Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis has opened one of the newest Las Vegas wine bars in town at her Pronto by Giada restaurant. The wine bar serves a nice variety of Italian and California wines. There’s a great selection of sparkling, whites and reds available in 3, 5 or 9-ounce pours, as well as by the bottle. You can also get flights of wine (3 ounces each) if you want to try a little of everything. Enjoy even more wine at GIADA in The Cromwell. A winner of  “Wine Spectator’s” 2017 Best of Award of Excellence, GIADA offers monthly wine dinners in addition to its already impressive wine selection.


MR CHOW champagne trolley

The champagne trolley at MR CHOW. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

MR CHOW at Caesars palace

If you want a glass of bubbly, MR CHOW offers a great experience. Have dinner here and you’ll get a tableside visit from the restaurant’s famous champagne trolley, which offers guests champagnes by the glass including Krug, Veuve Cliquot, Moët & Chandon, Perrier-Jouët and more. Cheers!


Margaritaville at flamingo las vegas

You know a place called Margaritaville has to have good margaritas. Jimmy Buffett’s casual, beachy bar and restaurant doesn’t disappoint. Margaritas come in a rainbow of flavors like blueberry pomegranate, watermelon, tropical fruit and mango. If you prefer your tequila straight up instead of in a margarita, you can get that here too. There are a variety of options and tequila shots are served with sangrita, a house-made spicy tomato-based chaser and a lime wedge.

Chayo house margaritas featuring 37 premium tequilas including blanco, reposado, anejo and mezcal

Chayo margaritas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar at the linq hotel & casino

Chayo is always a good place to go for tasty Mexican food but it’s also a great place to grab a margarita. Chayo serves a vast selection of tequila and their house margaritas are made with blanco, reposado or anjeo tequila.

You can also get unique margarita flavors like pineapple habanero, cucumber and watermelon jalapeno.

Tequila Taqueria Bar & Grill at Bally’s Las vegas

This bar and restaurant offers 37 premium tequilas including blanco, reposado, anejo and mezcal. You can get a variety of margaritas as well as specialty tequila cocktails like the Tropical Storm with Casamigos Blanco tequila, Vita Coco water with tropical fruit and Gosling’s ginger beer.

Frozen/Tropical drinks

Numb Bar at Caesars Palace

Walk up and pour yourself a slushy frozen drink in fun flavors like the Numb Cappuccino, the Strawberry Butterfly or the Purple Haze. You can get your drink in a collectible cup and bring it back for a refill at a discounted price. Spend an extra $5 for an added shot.

Purple Zebra Daiquiri Bar at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

This tasty daiquiri bar offers seven different flavors, which you can mix and match for an endless array of options. Fun flavors include Strawberry Wonderland, Peachy Keen, Mon Cherry, Cosmic Lemonade and more.

Tasty Frozen cocktails at Shiver at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Frozen cocktails at Shiver. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Shiver at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Shiver is home of the 46-ounce Bling Bottle, which you can fill with frozen concoctions like Strawberry Rush, Captain Crush, Pink Lemonade and Classic Margarita. Enjoy any frozen cocktail refill for only $10.


Sangria at Alexxa's Bar at Paris Las Vegas

Sangria at Alexxa’s Bar. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Alexxa’s Bar at paris las vegas

This is the bar to go to when you want sangria. You can get it by the glass or pitcher in red, white or bubbly varieties. Flights of sangria are also available with three 4-ounce selections.

Some of the sangria options include the Pinky Swear with grenache, Asian pear and hibiscus; the Chill is in the Air with Chardonnay, blood orange and seasonal citrus and the Moonshine with Zinfandel, blackberry and currants.

Bloody Mary

The Colossal Bloody Mary at HEXX at Paris Las Vegas

The Colossal Bloody Mary. Photo by Mona Shield Payne.

HEXX Kitchen + Bar at paris las vegas

If you partied a little too hard in Vegas and you need a Bloody Mary to start your day, we recommend HEXX Kitchen + Bar. They offer several different varieties like the Farmer’s Market with bacon-infused gin, cheddar, bacon, pepper stuffed olive and celery salt rim.

For a jumbo-sized Bloody Mary, try The Colossal with basil-infused vodka, jumbo shrimp, Alaskan king crab leg, bacon, beef stick, peppers and pickled vegetables.

A Bloody Mary punch bowl at Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen + Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino

A Bloody Mary punch bowl at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar at linq hotel & casino

If you want a customized Bloody Mary, head to Guy Fieri’s for his Hangover Recovery Bloody Mary menu. You can fill out a card to choose your ingredients.

First, choose your poison (Tito’s, Grey Goose, Tanqueray, etc.) Choose two garnishes (candied bacon, spicy olives, pepperoni, shrimp, pickle and more) and then choose your fire from a spiciness scale of 1 – 3.

You can also add a beer back for $5 with Miller Lite or Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Classic/Specialty cocktails

Enjoy a classic cocktail - Crown of the Gods drink at Alto Bar in Caesars Palace

Crown of the Gods at Alto Bar courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Alto Bar at caesars palace

Alto Bar serves premium versions of classic cocktails like the Elderflower Aviation with Plymouth gin, St. Germain Elderflower liqueur, Luxardo Maraschino liqueur and fresh-squeezed lime juice or the Crown of the Gods with Crown Royal whisky, Solerno Blood Orange liqueur, fresh-squeezed lime sour and bitters.

There are lots of other favorites on the menu like Cleopatra’s Cosmo and Moscow Mules.

Bound at the Cromwell

The Breakfast Martini at Bound at The Cromwell

The Breakfast Martini at Bound. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

This sophisticated lobby bar offers a curated list of cocktails to fit every taste.

Try Bound’s signature cocktails like the Breakfast Martini, made with Bombay Sapphire gin, Cointreau, fresh lemon juice and orange marmalade or the Spicy Fifty with Stoli Vanil vodka, elderflower syrup, fresh lime juice, honey syrup and chili pepper.

You’ll also find classic cocktails like an aged rum daiquiri, as well as bartender creations like The Frontiersman with Bulleit rye whiskey, Amaro Montenegro, Drambuie and Angostura bitters or the Evergreen with Atlantico rum, elderflower syrup, lime juice, basil leaves, cucumber slices and pink peppercorns.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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