With the royal wedding showing Saturday in its movie theater, Santa Fe Station is offering one free drink to toast the nuptials with each ticket purchased to the showing. In addition to wine, Champagne and shots, they’ve created a collection of custom cocktails that includes the Royal Crown.
Flock and Fowl mixologist Adam Rains blends the Mexican flavors of tequila and Tajin with a double dose of Italian bitterness provided by Aperol and Vecchio. The name, No Tajin in the Machine, if you were wondering, is a warning to handwash the glasses after use, to prevent the spices on the rim from clogging your dishwasher.
While Park MGM’s new Juniper Cocktail Lounge takes its name from its selection of more than 75 gins, its signature cocktail program goes much deeper. For proof, witness the No Judging, which blends the high-octane French liqueur Green Chartreuse with citrus and fires up mint for garnish.
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.
April is National Autism Awareness Month, and in honor of the Light It Up Blue campaign, venues throughout The Cromwell have created blue items that will benefit Autism Speaks. The Light It Up Blue cocktail is available at its bar Bound through the end of the month, with 10 percent of the proceeds going to the cause.
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.
MB Steak’s barman John O’Donnell created the Get Lucky cocktail for the Hard Rock Hotel restaurant’s St. Patrick’s Day party, which will also feature bagpipers and plenty of Guinness. If you can’t make it out to the party Saturday night, here’s how you can mix one up at home.
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.