Bars and cocktails in Las Vegas are not a game. At newly opened Resorts World Las Vegas, there are a host of creative cocktail lounges, some of them hiding in plain sight. Throughout the resort are speakeasies, secret menus, and unique cocktails only found there.
Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge, located off of the resort’s casino, has some of the most luxurious cocktails that can be ordered off of a “secret menu.” Just scan the back of the lounge’s matchboxes to access over-the-top delights including the Champagne Bubble Bath (see above) and Sweet Dreams, a take on a Brandy Alexander – filled with cognac, marshmallow vodka and nutmeg sipped through a waffle cone.
At Famous Foods, an Asian hawker-inspired food hall, you might find the entrance to Here Kitty Kitty, hidden behind a secret door within a shop. The “elegantly grunge” speakeasy is tucked away, offering guests a laidback hangout and a crafted mixology program.
Japanese food lovers can head to Fuhu where they can enjoy all of the sake with their Sake Fountain.
Lastly, if you’re looking to take things up a notch, Starlight, the cocktail lounge on the hotel’s 66th floor, offers drinks with sweeping views of the city to help the Sin City vibes sink in.
It all sounds like quite the adventure to explore and imbibe, which always sounds like the proper way to do Vegas.