Here’s your guide to Las Vegas’ St. Patrick’s Day drink specials

St. Patrick’s Day is a big day for celebrating with a festive beverage — green beer notwithstanding — and numerous Las Vegas-area restaurants and bars are offering drink specials. This is not intended to be a complete list, and unless otherwise noted, the specials will be available only on March 17.

Aliante Casino + Hotel: Jameson Irish Whiskey cocktails, $4 at all resort bars.

Cabo Wabo, Miracle Mile Shops: Signature margarita with Cabo Wabo tequila, Grand Marnier and an Irish green twist, $10.

Chayo, The Linq: Guinness, $5; Irish Car Bombs, $10.

Crush, MGM Grand: Draft beers and wines, $5, 5 to 7 p.m. in the bar area.

Double Barrel Roadhouse, Monte Carlo: Green beer, $5; Jameson Irish Whiskey and Not Your Father’s Ginger Ale, $10; green and gold Jell-o shots, $2, beginning at 11:30 a.m.

El Cortez: Guinness, $5 at all hotel bars.

Filament, Fremont Hotel: Leprechaun Lemonade, sweetened Irish whiskey with lemon and mint, $4.

Grand Bazaar Shops: Get a souvenir green beer mug and discount on first beverage with a $25 purchase at any of the complex’s stores, then use it for $1 Anchor Steam beers at Island Time Floats or BOGO drinks at Fuel Bar.

Hard Rock Cafe: Hard Rock Hotel and 3771 Las Vegas Blvd. South: Jameson Irish Mule, Jameson Irish Whiskey, ginger beer and lime, $8.99.

Holsteins Shakes and Buns, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: Frozen Grasshopper Bamboozled Shake, with peppermint, chocolate, creme de menthe and Pinnacle Chocolate Vodka, $13.

Jack’s Irish Pub, Palace Station: Irish Car Bombs, $4; Bud Light and shot of Jameson, $5; Jameson Irish Mule, $6.

Minus 5 Ice Bar, Shoppes at Mandalay Bay Place and Monte Carlo: With entry purchase, those 21 and older who are wearing green will get a free house shot.

Nacho Daddy, multiple locations: Guinness Margaritas, lime juice, tequila, Cointreau and agave topped with Guinness, $8 through the end of the month.

Nine Fine Irishmen, New York New York: Celtic Feis, with Irish food and drink, 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. March 17-19 in the restaurant/bar and on the south end of the Brooklyn Bridge, $10 March 17, free March 18 and 19.

O’Shea’s, The Linq: Drafts, $4; Jameson specials, $7.

Public House, Venetian: 12-ounce Guinness drafts, $4; Irish Car Bombs, $4; 12-ounce draft green beers, $3; hot or cold Irish coffee, $14; Sunnyside, with Irish whiskey, lemon, cinnamon syrup and apple cider, $14; Tipperary Cocktail, with Irish whiskey, Carpano Antica and green Chartreuse, $14; Cameron’s Kick, with Irish and Scotch whiskeys, lemon, orgeat and orange bitters, $14; Irish Honeybee, with Paddy’s Bee Sting, lemon and lavender bitters, $14; Irish Mule, with Tullamore Dew, fresh ginger, mint and lime, $14; Irish whiskey flights, $20 or $45.

Rhumbar, The Mirage: Who’s Your Paddy, with Jameson Irish Whiskey, lemon, simple syrup, Cherry Heering, Bittermens New Orleans coffee liqueur and absinthe, $12; green beers, Guinness and shots of Jameson Irish Whiskey or Bailey’s Irish Cream, $5.

STK, Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas: Nutty Irishman, with Bailey’s Irish Cream, Frangelico, whipped cream and chocolate shavings, $14; Liquid Luck, Corona Extra pale lager, green tomatoes, lime juice, Worcestershire sauce and Tabasco with Tajin seasoning rim, $18.

Table 34, 600 E. Warm Springs Road: Innis and Gunn rum-aged beer, $5; Jameson Irish Whiskey, $7.50.

Tap, MGM Grand: Guinness chocolate shake laced with marshmallow fluff, $9.

Trevi, The Forum Shops at Caesars: Kiss Me, I’m Italian sour apple cocktail, $9.

Triple George Grill, 201 N. Third St.: Green beer, $3; Kiss Me I’m Irish, with midori, vodka, lemonade and sparkling wine, $12; half off Jameson Irish Whiskey drinks.

Yard House, multiple locations: Emerald Isle, with Cruzan Banana Rum, Midori, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, house-made citrus agave and Zaya rum, $10.95; Dublin Mule, with Jameson Irish Whiskey, house-made ginger citrus agave, ginger ale and Guinness Irish Stout, $10.75; Celtic Mojito, with Jameson Irish Whiskey, Midori, house-made citrus agave, lime and mint, $10.50.

Contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at Hrinella@reviewjournal.com. Find more of her stories at www.reviewjournal.com, and follow @HKRinella on Twitter.

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