Everything in Las Vegas is over the top and that includes the cocktails. If you are headed to Las Vegas you are going to need to be sure and try some of these crazy cocktails while you are in the city! To help you decide where to go to grab a drink and get that perfect Instagram photo we’ve put together this list of what we consider the top 16 Las Vegas Cocktails to be. This list originally started out with just 8 cocktails, but now it’s more than doubled and we are up to 17! Happy drinking y’all!
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17 Crazy Drinks in Vegas!
These are in no particular order and all of them are excellent choices.
1. Voodoo Rooftop Lounge and Nightclub
Voodoo Rooftop Lounge and Nightclub at the Rio Hotel and Casino has a crazy cocktail concoction: Witch Doctor
2. Peppermill Fireside Lounge
Peppermill Fireside Lounge has the Bubble Bath cocktail that’s gorgeous. They have a pretty great Bloody Mary too.
3. Sushi Samba
Sushi Samba has their $70 Cocktail Tree that comes with your choice of 3 types of cocktails. Sushi Samba is located inside the Grand Canal Shops at the Palazzo.
4. Cosmopolitan’s Chandelier Bar
Cosmopolitan’s Chandelier Bar has the Campfire’s Delight martini They have tons of martinis, and they are all good.
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar at Linq has the Crazy Hagar made with Sammy’s beach bar rum, fresh mint, fresh lime juice + topped with Samuel Smith’s organic cherry ale.
Crazy Hagar Recipe
1 ½ oz. Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum
10-12 Mint Leaves
Juice of 1 lime
¾ oz. Rock Candy Syrup
Top Kasteel Rouge Lambic
Directions: Add all ingredients (except lambic), shake well and roll into Collins glass, top with Lambic Ale. Garnish with mint sprig.
6. Sugar Factory
Frankie’s Tiki Room has loads of good cocktails including the HULABILLY HONEY.
9. PBR Rock Bar
PBR Rock Bar is right on the strip and has the 100 oz. Porch Pounder cocktails. Basically, you can get any of their cocktails in a 100-ounce bowl. These cost $65, but you can split in between quite a few people!
10. Hexx Las Vegas
Hexx Las Vegas has a lot of cool over-the-top cocktails. I saw someone getting a cocktail served out of what looked to be a disco ball last time I was there. This one is the VooDoo Tea Potion. Hexx is inside the Paris Casino.
Culichitown has super colorful mango margaritas. Culichi town is the place to be for sushi with the music, food, and ambiance. It’s a great place for daytime drinking, nighttime music, and birthday celebrations. Located at 2400 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102.
12. Holsteins Shakes and Buns
13. Greene St. Kitchen
Greene St. Kitchen hosts their Brunch’n party at the Palms has massive cocktails that you can share like this Sangria one!
14. NoMad Restaurant
NoMad Restaurant has some seriously bizarre yet beautiful cocktails. They have super large ones for sharing like this one pictured with the fake birds. Located at Park MGM.
15. The Still Crafts Drafts & Eats
16. Candy Martini Bar inside I Love Suger at the Linq
The Candy Martini Bar has outrageous candy martinis that are gigantic. When walking by you might think it’s just a large candy store but there’s a bar there. I recommend making a reservation. This is at the Linq.
Mrs Coco’s DREAM Champagne is just that a whimsical dream cocktail. This cocktail is located pretty far from the strip out at Lake Las Vegas. So plan to have a while meal there. Their address is 20 Via Bel Canto, Henderson, NV .
Looking for more fun things to eat or drink in Las Vegas? Check out our list of the most Instagrammable food in Las Vegas.
If you do not have time to visit all these places consider taking The Weird, Wacky Fremont Bar Experience with Cocktails. And if you have found an incredible cocktail in Las Vegas we need to know about please share it with us in the comments below!
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