As the saying goes, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. But if you're looking to keep things a little more low-key while still enjoying all that Sin City has to offer, then you'll want to check out one of these casino bars. From swanky rooftop lounges to raucous Irish pubs, there's a casino bar for every taste and budget. So pull up a stool, order a drink, and let the good times roll.
1. The Chandelier at The Cosmopolitan
This bar is not for the faint of heart. With three stories and over 2 million crystal beads, The Chandelier is an Instagrammer's dream come true.
No matter which lounge you decide on or how much alcohol it contains; this place will take your breath away!
The young partygoers are either heading to or from one of the restaurants in The Cosmopolitan, and they're generally really dressed up. These days it's not unusual at all for people who go out like this group does (i e: lounge)-to order cocktails that start around $14!
But it's not all about looks; this bar also boasts an impressive menu of handcrafted cocktails. And if you get peckish, you can always head upstairs to one of the adjoining restaurants for a bite to eat.
2. Bound by Salvatore at The Cromwell
The Cromwell, 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
If you're looking for a truly unique drinking experience, then look no further than Bound by Salvatore.
Bound is one of the few old-school mixology bars left in this new generation. They don't just make you think about what drinks they'll be making, but also how each ingredient will affect your taste buds and overall experience with them!
This opulent bar is inspired by the famous Italian fashion designer and features Old World charm with a modern twist. Sip on a glass of bubbly or enjoy a cocktail while surrounded by luxurious velvets and rich woods. It's the perfect place to indulge in a little bit of Las Vegas decadence.
3. Skyfall Lounge at Delano Las Vegas
For breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip, head to Skyfall Lounge on the 64th floor of Delano Las Vegas.
The views and chandelier are still there but the restaurant has transformed into a French Riviera-inspired dining room with low key James Bond themed bar that’s midcentury modern space agey without being campy - just as you might imagine!
This elegant lounge offers creative cocktails and small plates against the backdrop of floor-to-ceiling windows. And when night falls, the lounge comes alive with live DJs and dancing. It's the perfect spot to start your night out on the town.
4. Nine Fine Irishmen at New York-New York Hotel & Casino
Located in the heart of Times Square, Nine Fine Irishmen is about as close as you can get to Dublin without hopping on a plane.
This pub was imported piece by piece from Ireland and serves up traditional fare like shepherd's pie and fish & chips alongside an impressive selection of Irish whiskies and beers. And if you're feeling brave, try your hand at one of the pub's many games, including darts, pool, and shuffleboard.