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The Chandelier is an opulent bar located in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The centerpiece here is an enormous chandelier structure made from two-million crystal beads. Boasting three bars, no efforts are spared in serving the best cocktails to patrons. Try the Fire Breathing Dragon, made with Bacardi Dragon Berry, raspberry puree, lemongrass, and Thai chili syrups.
The patio at Rhumbar is a definite draw. It's expansive and offers plenty of comfy seating with the towering buildings of The Strip providing a beautiful backdrop. The decor inside is stylish and modern, just what you'd expect from a popular bar in Vegas. They offer Caribbean-inspired cocktails, including The Old Cuban, which is made with champagne, rum, lime juice, mint, bitters, and cane syrup. While you're lounging on the luxurious patio, you can also smoke hookah.
Located on the 23rd floor of the sultry and serene Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, this bar is the perfect spot for a relaxing and intimate evening with that special someone. Far from the crowds and clamor of casino life, the setting is elegant and stylish, with floor to ceiling windows that provide unobstructed views of the Strip. The decor consists of a collection of spice tones, reflective surfaces and fine fabrics that glimmer in the dimly lit room. Along with live entertainment and tempting cocktails, the bar menu offers an eclectic collection of small plates.
Split into two levels, this bar at the Wynn Las Vegas is great to visit any time of day. Parasol Down features outdoor seating and breathtaking views of the Lake of Dreams, a spectacular water attraction. Parasol Up is accessible by curved escalator and features plenty of comfy couches to lounge on while you enjoy delicious cocktails. The space is decorated with parasols: they hang from the ceiling, come up from the tables, and are found everywhere in the space. The atmosphere is lively, with plenty of natural light coming in from huge windows.
Most restaurants or bars tend to be strong in either the cocktails or cuisine category, it's a rare gem when you find an establishment that is equally amazing at both. Herbs and Rye is one of those very gems in the glittering city of Las Vegas. Their artisanal cocktails are not just an afterthought, and neither is the exquisite farm to table food. Small plates and decadent dishes feature fresh ingredients that have been married together to create fantastic flavor profiles, from their pork chop and figs with gorgonzola and a demi-glaze, to the beef tartar with just the right amount of capers and dijon mustard. Cocktails are handcrafted with care by expert mixologists that pull tried and true recipes from both the Golden and Gothic Age to feature stellar choices like the Pimms Cup or a Negroni.
The Velveteen Rabbit is stylishly decorated with funky wallpapers, antique-looking chairs, and exposed light bulbs hanging from the ceiling, providing dim lighting. It's located in the Arts District of Las Vegas, so you're likely to find a more local crowd. They work to bring in local artists and performers to liven up the space. They serve beautifully presented cocktails and also have a good selection of beer on tap.
An island escape exists just a few blocks west of the Las Vegas strip. Frankie's Tiki Room offers a menu of original rum drinks and is decked out in beautiful tiki carvings. Moreover, the island beach decor makes Frankie's more than just a place to order up a drink - it is an experience. Open 24 hours a day, Frankie's offers unique drinks that, for an additional price, can be ordered in souvenir mugs. Check out the store for mugs, t-shirts, and more.
If you can get past the door, this bar boasts a sleek and comfortable design, set in reds and blacks, and augmented by dense house music. They offer a fantastic selection of classic and experimental concoctions. The Downtown Cocktail Room wouldn't be out of place in one of the Strip's upscale hotels with kind of a European style ultra-lounge vibe. However, its position on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street brings a new sense of hip to the area, attracting locals rather than budget tourists.
Commonwealth is an enigma of modern luxury and classic Prohibition-era speakeasy elegance. The walls boast black-and-white photographs and works of art to enhance the upscale atmosphere. Plush lounge seating lines the walls inside, and a rooftop seating area allows guests to get a breath of the fresh Vegas desert air.