Whether grabbing an after-work cocktail, making it a night out on the town with the boys or girls or trying to get some time with that special someone, why not imbibe in good beverages? Hot newcomers and old standbys make of the list of places to imbibe. Some people prefer to meet up with us over drinks, we’re totally down to discuss SEO and digital strategies over a beer or martini!
Standouts include Herbs & Rye, The Chandelier Bar at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Velveteen Rabbit, The Sand Dollar Lounge, Atomic Liquors, Oak & Ivy, Frankie’s Tiki Room, Mandarin Bar at Mandarin Oriental, Bound at The Cromwell and Vesper Bar at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Three specialize in cigars as well — Davidoff Cigar Bar at Fashion Show mall, Casa Fuente at the Forum Shops at Caesars and Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace.
BYOB Beverage Places??
Some restaurants have excitedly invited the BYOB idea, while others choose to silently discourage it. As a service and tourist-driven destination, BYOB isn’t frequently discussed or championed in Las Vegas. And in fact, it’s legally restricted in the City of Las Vegas appropriate. (And you believed Sin City was a location where anything goes.) However the “city” of Las Vegas truly only covers select areas of the valley, including Downtown, along with parts of Summerlin and the northwest. What you have actually left over are locations– consisting of the Strip– that are technically thought about unincorporated Clark County, and not bound by City of Las Vegas jurisdiction. If this sounds confusing, you’re not alone. That’s why we’ve created an overview of all the very best restaurants where bringing a bottle isn’t really considered a sin. Simply keep in mind, BYOB policies and costs can change at any given time, so it’s a great idea to hire advance and check. Some restaurants (including Restaurant Person Savoy at Caesars Palace, Estiatorio Milos at the Cosmopolitan, and LAVO at the Palazzo) do not permit any bottles of outside alcohol at all.