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Cocktail of the Week

A lot of things that happen in Las Vegas provoke a simple question: Why?

Only in Vegas: How about a $100 shot of Louis XIII in that frozen cocktail?

December 17th, 2014

A lot of things that happen in Las Vegas provoke a simple question: Why?

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    Find macabre mixology at the Mirage bar this Halloween.

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    It’s fall, but that doesn’t mean Las Vegas is ready to give up the pleasures of summer.

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    The Downtown bar partnered with nearby O Face Doughnuts for the new dessert cocktail.

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    With delectable craft cocktails and fun elements (like ice-breaker question cards), the chic nightspot is primed for good conversation.

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    Every new casino needs a new secret signature drink—an off-menu cocktail for those in the know.

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    The Container Park watering hole offers an impressive menu of pours and exceptional array of cocktails.

  • Nightlife

    Palms cocktail bar Scarlet is featuring bright, seasonal infusions, from pineapple apricot tequila to peach sweet tea vodka.

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    The Cosmopolitan eatery's Empress cocktail is perfect for beating the brutal heat with a kick of booze.

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    Everything from margaritas to mimosas gets the fresh treatment at the new juice and cocktail bar.

  • Cocktail

    Float on! The Northtown steakhouse takes the classic desert up a notch.

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    The locals' casino is wading into specialty-cocktail waters. Get it, Sam's Town!

  • Cocktail

    The Downtown lounge is taking poetic license on the beloved Brazilian cocktail.

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    The new Strip-side watering hole serves up a fresh take on the blast from your teenage past.

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  • Music

    Extreme Thing attracted the high school and early-20s sets, who have taken to Facebook demanding answers.

  • Music

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  • Dining

    After a pre-opening tasting, it seems like Summerlin has another great Asian dining option.

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  • Music

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    At this new Chinatown-area spot, you cook most of the food at your table's hibachi grill.