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The LINQ Hotel & Casino
POURING : INFUSED COCKTAILS
Bold, whole-fruit-infused cocktails fuel the menu at this bar featuring 35 unique handcrafted drinks such as the Pig Newton—made with fig-infused Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey and ancho- and bacon-infused Jim Beam bourbon.


Bound by Salvatore

The Cromwell
POURING : SIGNATURE DRINKS
Originator of the Breakfast Martini, mixologist Salvatore Calabrese’s tony concoctions include the Spicy Fifty and perky pick-me-ups like the Madame Moka, a champagne-flavored espresso cocktail.


Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar

The LINQ Promenade
POURING : TEQUILA
Sipping tequilas such as Patrón Gran Platinum and Don Julio REAL are the stars on a drink menu that includes 50 tequilas, flights and cocktails such as the elderflower-flavored Señorita and the Mexican mojito.


FIZZ Las Vegas

Caesars Palace
POURING : CHAMPAGNE
This is where champagne dreams come true. The spotlight shines on the celebratory drink at this chic lounge, where bartenders serve sophisticated bubbles and carefully curated spirits such as the Fizz Noir—a cherry-flavored vodka and champagne cocktail.


High Roller

The LINQ Promenade
POURING : DRINKS WITH A VIEW
Ride the bar car and experience the happiest half-hour in Las Vegas. Your special High Roller Happy Half Hour ticket includes a 30-minute ride with an open bar inside the cabin.


Nobu Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace
POURING : SAKE
Among its collection of rice wines, Nobu stocks three rare sakes from Japan’s Hokusetsu brewery on Sado Island, one of which is made by hand and goes through a slow drip process.


TAG Sports Bar

The LINQ Hotel & Casino
POURING : BEER
If you’re in search of your hometown brew, odds are that TAG carries it. With a stock of more than 300 domestic and global beers, this gaming and sports bar is a beer enthusiast’s paradise.


Wine Cellar & Tasting Room

Rio All-Suite Hotel Casino
POURING : WINE
This stellar cellar is tucked away in a cavernous stone basement. Here you’ll find one of the city’s most impressive collections of rare wines—more than 10,000 bottles—all for sale, plus a tasting room to sample various vintages.

PHOTO BY ZHUKOV OLEG/SHUTTERSTOCK.COM

About The Author

Ryan Slattery grew up in Boston. It wasn’t until he moved to Las Vegas in 2003 that the city’s sports teams started winning championships—eight since he left. Now, he’s only allowed back to visit. Ryan is the managing editor of Vegas Player magazine and also writes about travel, entertainment and dining for a number of national publications.

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