In a city that specializes in over the top experiences and specialty cocktail bars, Minus 5 at Mandalay Bay takes it one step further with a bar that specializes in ice. Kept to a chilling -5 degrees inside, guests are wrapped in lined coats, gloves and boots before entering. Upon entry you will see that the ice is actually the hero of Minus 5, with the bar, glasses and furniture sculpted from the source. Indulge in one of their premium vodka beverages to warm yourself on the inside.
The whimsically named Parasol Up and Down bars in the Wynn Hotel and Casino are some of the best casino bars in Las Vegas.
Both face a huge glass window that looks out onto the Lake of Dreams and the water show, while Parasol Up is sheltered
from the sunlight, Parasol Down drinks the sunlight in like a late afternoon cocktail. A grand spiraling escalator
separates one bar from the next, with Up serving as more of a casino lounge, while Down is more of an intimate cocktail
bar, serving some of the most creative libations on the Strip.
OK Circle Bar at the Hard Rock Hotel is just off of the Strip but the nightlife at Hard Rock is a must. Located in the center of the casino floor, Circle Bar serves as ground zero for the start of a great night out, Hard Rock style. With a happy hour that runs from 4pm-8pm daily and offers 2 for 1 call drinks, Center Bar serves as the eye in the middle of the storm, with 360 degree views of the chaos that takes place in the Hard Rock. Whereas most casino floor bars are littered with mild gamblers and game watchers, Circle Bar is more like a mini club without walls.
7. Blue Martini Bar
Plan Your Night
Location: Town Square Recommended nearby...
Show: No shows near by
Hours: 4:00 pm - 4:00 am
Nightclub: Also a nightclub
Blue Martini in Town Square is an amalgam of nightlife and entertainment. Four bars are located throughout the large space, including one outside on the open air patio. Bottle service is available for those looking for a more night club experience. A large stage and dance floor offer up live music, but there is also a DJ spinning late night tracks. On top of all this there is also an extensive food menu available. Town Square is also home to other hot spots such as Nu Sanctuary, Lolita’s Cantina, and Cadillac Ranch nearby if your feeling rowdy.
Rhumbar at the Mirage takes the best of the islands, their drinks, attitude and music, and situates it right on the Las Vegas Strip. The indoor bar is cool and white, lined with different bottles of run, but it is the outdoor patio that is the main draw at Rhumbar. Upbeat live jazz and Rasta music is accompanied by steel drums and saxophone and there is seating for plenty. Bring a group of friends and sample one of the many hookah flavors that Rhumbar offers, then lean back and dream of the ocean.