Las Vegas: Chandelier and Vesper Bars at the Cosmopolitan

Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan

On my last night in Las Vegas, we went to check out what was going on at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. I’m in love with the Vesper but I figured it was good to see the other bars there. At the Chandelier, the massive 3-story bar that is the darling of the hotel shines with incandescent light made more brilliant by the thousands of crystals surrounding the bar. Since it was a Monday, it was a bit slower than usual so they had closed down the middle floor. Well, not to us.

looking down to the second floor from the third floor of the Chandelier

 

We had beer and Sambuca shots here. I’ll have to come back to try the cocktails from Chandelier’s Property Mixologist Mariena Mercer. I had her molecular Old Fashioned the evening before at the recent Repeal Day party.

The Chandelier

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd S., Las Vegas, NV 89109 – (702) 698-7000
 

Vesper Bar - taking Little Steve along

 

Do you know Flat Stanley? Well, the bottle of cinnamon is a private joke between this guy and that guy that’s similar. You’ll just have to ask them.

Meletti

 

When you hang with bartenders, you tend to not bother other bartenders on duty with trivial things like cocktails. We got a bottle of Meletti. Funny, Vesper is the first place I ever had that amaro and of course I love it.

It’s not a trip to the Cosmo without stopping at the secret pizza place. And then we headed back to Lynyrd Skynyrd BBQ & Beer to crash the Country Music Awards after party…

VEGAS! VEGAS! VEGAS!!

 

Vesper Bar

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd S., Las Vegas, NV 89109 – (702) 698-7000
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