Las Vegas Drinks

Smith & Wollensky Wine Week in Vegas

Smith & Wollensky What better way to celebrate wine in Vegas than Smith & Wollensky’s 50th anniversary of its National Wine Week. The classic steakhouse celebrates 25 years of their Wine Week, which takes place once twice a year. Each day from March 5 – 9, Smith & Wollensky offers…

Viva Las Vino: Wine in Vegas

Good wine isn’t hard to find in Vegas. Comme Ça at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Comme Ça is a modern French Brasserie from celebrity chef David Myers, located on the third floor of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Comme Ça has an extensive wine list—and the best place to…

Holiday cocktails in Vegas

While in Vegas this season, you might indulge in an alcoholic beverage with dinner or at a nightclub. But, not just any cocktail will do. Creative infusions, syrups and garnishes have replaced much of the dull vodka cranberry drinks in Vegas. Even lobby bars, center bars and casual-dining restaurants are…

Three martini lunch…for dinner

This is exactly what I need — three martinis in a row. For a mere $22 (I’ve been known to pay that for one drink in Vegas,) I can indulge in three carefully crafted martinis for dinner. That could be dangerous. Start with a Hendricks Gin and V8 martini with muddled…

Vegas looking to haul in margarita record

We do things big in Vegas. Big parties, big hotels, big casinos…you get the idea. Since big seems to be en vogue in Vegas it’s only fitting that the record for the World’s Largest Margarita should be eclipsed in Sin City. Ricardo’s Mexican Restaurant will attempt to break the Guinness…

Italian Beer Dinner

This isn’t your average Coors Light. Artisanal ales from Italy are anything but ordinary. From light and frothy to dark and gritty, begin seeing beers in a different light. Join the educational experience at d.vino’s Italian Beer dinner on Jan. 15. Sample a few brews and let Executive Chef Jose Navarro take you…

Having Fun in Vegas Need Not Be a Headache

Unless you are in town for an AA convention, chances are you’ll be drinking a lot during your stay in Vegas. Alcohol is served not just by the glass but by the tumbler — which you can carry hanging from your neck. Given this fact, I would like to let…