Las Vegas table service that won’t break the bank

Sometimes you just want to sit down with your friends and put back an entire bottle of Grey Goose without having to go back to the bar every ten seconds. And most of those times you’d like to do it without dipping into your kids’ college fund. You’re saving that money for their future, or actual hover boards, whichever comes first. Well, fret not; as though people ever actually fret anymore. Vegas has you covered with affordable bottle service where you can toast to your ongoing glory days and still make your next student loan payment.

If you zoom way in you'll that that seat has your name on it. Photo courtesy of Chateau.

If you zoom way in you’ll that that seat has your name on it. Photo courtesy of Chateau.

Chateau Nightclub at Paris
How much: $350+
The beautiful club beneath the Eiffel Tower at Paris has great DJs and a casual scene that makes it the perfect place to grab a bottle in the center of the Las Vegas Strip. You’ll find fewer of the “club kids” at Chateau, which also means fewer selfie sticks and dude bros. That’s always a good thing. If you want the Las Vegas nightclub experience without the diamond-crusted gold-pressed price tag, say bonjour to Chateau.

Part of the balcony is transparent. Have fun with that when you're drunk. Photo courtesy of Ghostbar.

Part of the balcony is transparent. Have fun with that when you’re drunk. Photo courtesy of Ghostbar.

Ghostbar and GBDC at the Palms
How much: $350+
High atop the Palms, just off the Strip, you’ll find Ghostbar floating like a specter made of glitter and vodka. It’s become a Las Vegas party place like none other, and it always gives us a thrill. The layout blurs the lines between club and lounge, so it’s a great place to get a bottle and enjoy the view. Whether you go at night or hit up GBDC (Ghostbar Dayclub), you’ll enjoy how the party wraps around you as you bask in the luxury of your table.

This place would work equally well on the roof or in the basement. It's that cool. Photo courtesy of VooDoo.

This place would work equally well on the roof or in the basement. It’s that cool. Photo courtesy of VooDoo.

Voodoo Rooftop Nightclub at the Rio
How much: $400+
For some reason, the higher the club the better the bottle prices. You’ll notice that pattern even more later. Not sure why that is. Maybe they’re just trying to reward us for enduring long elevator rides. But we’re not gonna question it. We’re just gonna ride up to Voodoo and enjoy a bottle with the amazing views. This spot takes the Rio’s party atmosphere to new heights, and brings everything we love about Vegas with it.

Overlook the action. Photo courtesy of LAX.

Overlook the action. Photo courtesy of LAX.

LAX Nightclub at Luxor
How much: $395+
One of those clubs we like to embrace as old school cool, LAX keeps reinvigorating itself and never looses and ounce of sexy. This is more of a traditional nightclub than some others on the list, so you can revel in the classic atmosphere. Take in Throwback Thursdays or go for a regular night. LAX is one club that we hope outlives us all because the next generation needs to see how suave a club can be while still giving a great deal on bottle service.

Grab a seat and see a show. Photo courtesy of Sayers Club.

Grab a seat and see a show. Photo courtesy of Sayers Club.

The Sayers Club at SLS
How much: $300+
Ahh the Sayers Club. One part nightclub, one part live music venue, a few parts lounge and then like some sprinkles of totally its own thing. Whether you want a night of dancing or of rocking out, Sayers Club has something for you. And with bottle service you can actually afford, it’s the ideal place to catch your favorite act or find a new love. The schedule is always evolving so check out what they have to offer and find out why Sayers Club is such an influential name in the music/club worlds.

Eat, drink, gamble, party... there's just a lot going on here. Photo courtesy of LAVO.

Eat, drink, gamble, party… there’s just a lot going on here. Photo courtesy of LAVO.

LAVO Casino Club at Palazzo
How much: Packages start at $220. Packages with full bottles start at $600.
Now we’re getting into something a little different. And we’re certain that’s a good thing. LAVO Casino Club is a nightspot with a casino twist including table games as well as food and drinks. It caters to the crowd that loves to gamble, but wants something wilder than the casino floor and less stuffy than the high roller rooms. They have table packages available that give you a place to sit, various food choices, complimentary cocktails and much more. Pick your level and enjoy. You also get free entry to Tao Nightclub at Venetian after midnight.

Someone will watch your bottle while you line dance. Photo courtesy of Revolver.

Someone will watch your bottle while you line dance. Photo courtesy of Revolver.

Revolver at Santa Fe Station
How much: $100+
Moving away from the Strip, we run into a fantastic country bar/nightclub at Santa Fe Station. Revolver has line dancing, music and a whole lot of drinkies. Plus, you don’t have all the ruckus that comes from the Strip. If you’re staying on the west or north sides of town, or you just want to get away from the bustle for a bit, Revolver has all the same action you’ll find at the bigger name clubs, just in an atmosphere where you can settle in and enjoy it.

Or get two bottles if you want. You deserve it. Photo courtesy of Vista.

Or get two bottles if you want. You deserve it. Photo courtesy of Vista.

Vista Cocktail Lounge at Caesars Palace
How much: $300+
Now we’re moving away from the clubs to the lounges that make up Las Vegas’ booming cocktail scene. Vista has spectacular decor, with screens on the walls that display beautiful cityscapes. And the cocktails are amazing as well. They have music playing to mask the sounds of the casino. So if you want a place to relax with a bottle, and maybe a date or two, come to Vista and get your swank on.

Everything about this is yes. Photo courtesy of 107 Skylounge.

Everything about this is yes. Photo courtesy of 107 Skylounge.

107 Skylounge at Stratosphere
How much: $160+
Remember when we said that thing about high up spots having better prices? Here’s some solid proof of our theory. 107 Skylounge is at the top of the Stratosphere, looking over the city as well as Top of the World restaurant. You have access to Air Bar if you want more of a party, and the Thrill Rides if the bottle has made you adventurous. There’s enough up there to keep you busy planning throughout the entire drinking process. Just don’t forget to breathe in the thin air.

This is where we want to go right now. Photo courtesy of Mandarin Bar.

This is where we want to go right now. Photo courtesy of Mandarin Bar.

Mandarin Bar at Mandarin Oriental
How much: $130+
Another high up bar, Mandarin Bar is the epitome of class in Las Vegas. It’s one spot we always recommend for romance, rendezvous and all around pleasure. You can always just show up, but the experience is better when you reserve a table, a bottle and some fantastic food. Go on a night when they have live jazz and round out the whole night.

This is one of those cocktails we were talking about. That's a smoked banana under there. #classy. Photo courtesy of Clique.

This is one of those cocktails we were talking about. That’s a smoked banana under there. #classy. Photo courtesy of Clique.

Clique at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
This isn’t really bottle service, but it’s cool enough that we felt it merited mentioning. At Clique, the classy cocktail bar at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, you can have specialty cocktails made right at your table. The mixologists will come out with a cart and create concoctions just for you. They’re clever, delicious and somehow more special when you see them made by hand right before your eyes. There are minimum buys, but be sure to share the love with your friends so everyone gets a taste.

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I came from a little town in the Midwest. And believe me, I’m never going back. It’s probably nice if you love grass and snow; but I love the lights, the glamour, and the flocks of tourists seeking fun and fortune. Once the sun goes down, I’ll be the first one out hitting the clubs or just wandering the Strip for a little nighttime adventure. Passing through Bond on my way to Lily Bar, or taking a shortcut through Double Helix before landing at Parasol Up/Down, I’m the one you’ll randomly bump into – only sometimes literally – strolling through Sin City’s liquored veins – and loving every minute of it.