THE LAS VEGAS DRINKING GUIDE
Many visitors come to Vegas for the gambling, for shopping, to see unrivaled entertainment and to experience the vibrant dining scene, but many come to party. Known as the “Nightclub Capital of the World”, Las Vegas is a serious party town and alcohol consumption is popular, profitable and part of the City’s rich culture. From dive bars, pub crawls and pool parties, to nightclubs, dayclubs and strip clubs, there’s a whole lot of drinking going on in Sin City.
There are a variety of reasons why people drink; it’s relaxing, it alleviates stress and it enhances social skills but in Vegas, people drink because it’s fun. Whatever your reason for imbibing, as long-time experts in the day life and nightlife industry, we provide you with everything you need to know about drinking at the Clubs in Las Vegas.
THE COST OF DRINKING IN LAS VEGAS
With millions of people visiting each year, Vegas has become one of the most famous tourist destinations on the planet, and it is also fast becoming one of the more expensive compared to other tourist towns. But don’t worry, you won’t need to break the bank to drink in the clubs. Depending on what you order and where you order it from, Domestic Beers are $7-$10 and Imports are $8-$10. Mixed Drinks range between $10 and $30, Shots around $10 each, Cognacs $12-$15 and Bottled Waters $8-$10.
DRINKING IN LAS VEGAS – WHAT’S LEGAL AND WHAT’S NOT
You must be at least 21 to drink in any bar, restaurant or nightclub.
Bottomless Booze - alcohol can be purchased 24/7.
Carrying an open container of alcohol and consuming it publicly on The Strip or Downtown is legal but glass containers are not.
You are not allowed to have an open container in your vehicle and on most forms of public transportation.
Of course, you cannot drink and drive!!
You can bring your drink into a casino but it is not acceptable to take a drink from outside into other licensed establishments, such as bars, clubs or restaurants, who make money from serving their own liquor.
DRINKING ETIQUETTE – CODE OF CONDUCT
Tip your bartenders and cocktail servers, generously, especially if their service is exceptional.
If you break a glass or spill something, let the bartender or server know.
Don’t complain to the bartender or server about the drink prices
Stay clear of the service areas.
Try to be patient.
Don’t ask for a “good” pour or a “better” pour.
Don’t snap your fingers, yell, whistle or wave your money around in attempt to get faster service. In other words, don’t be a d&ck!
As the old saying goes, "You can be sassy and a bit bad assy but please stay classy!”
FREE DRINKS IN VEGAS??
Yes, you read that right. Some clubs give customers free drink tickets or access to an open bar for a certain amount of time in order to promote their club. You can also get free drinks by signing up for the Club’s Guest Lists and setting up comp Bottle Service Tables. It’s also possible for females to get free drinks, check with us and we’ll explain the detail.
THE TOP TEN MOST POPULAR SHOTS TO ORDER AT A CLUB
BOTTOMS UP - THE 10 MOST POPULAR DRINKS WHEN YOU’RE OUT CLUBBING
Contact Information / Questions & Quotes
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