Jan. 1 marks three notable holidays: New Year’s Day, National Hangover Day and, fittingly, Bloody Mary Day.
If you’re looking to share holiday cheer, this goblet is big enough to split among at least a few friends.
The Cosmopolitan’s newest restaurant, Red Plate, serves a cocktail that honors Chinese tea service.
Made with The Mob Museum’s Underground Moonshine, this warm cocktail combines coffee and gingerbread liqueur.
Ghost Donkey, the new “hidden” enclave attached to The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ Block 16 food court, is a New York transplant known for its mezcal collection.
The Waldorf Astoria’s new Skybar is divided into sections based on eras in Las Vegas history.
The presentation of this “Alice in Wonderland”-themed drink, the We’re All Mad Here cocktail, from The Chandelier at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is nearly as impressive as the flavor combination.
It’s big. It’s boozy. And there’s enough of it for you and your seven closest friends.
Mandarin Oriental’s Mandarin Bar recently introduced a menu of 12 zodiac-themed cocktails.
What makes the Electric Butterfly from downtown’s new Eureka electric isn’t the shocking purple color, which comes courtesy of butterfly pea tea. It’s actually housed in the “buzz button,” an edible Szechuan flower that mixologists use to shock your taste buds, literally changing the way you experience flavors. Make sure to try a few sips before you bite down on it so you can appreciate the difference in taste afterward.