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Fun Drink Spots in Las Vegas

If you decide to venture into Las Vegas, you might as well do it right with a drink (or two) in hand and with the help of these over-the-top sips (both alcoholic and not), you are indeed in for a Vegas-style treat. From massive milkshakes topped with gooey cake slices to eclectic boba flavors and Zodiac-inspired cocktails, the following are the top Insta-worthy, fun drink spots to try in Las Vegas. 

Holsteins Shakes and Buns

A hidden gem on the second floor of The Cosmopolitan, Holsteins Shakes and Buns has become a staple in the Las Vegas burger scene with a massive lineup of elevated American bites. But the true star of the menu is its over-the-top, in-your-face Bam-Boozled shakes, a fun and boozy spin on the traditional dessert. The menu features a multitude of flavors, like the Cereal Bowl with Loopy vodka, Cap’n Crunch, Froot Loops, cereal bars, strawberry Pocky and a vanilla frosting rim; and The Black Hole with salted caramel whiskey, chocolate cake, chocolate sauce, Oreo candy canes, sugar footballs, a vanilla frosting rim and a Ding Dong garnish. These are massive enough for two, but we won’t judge if you go solo for some of the most fun drinks in Las Vegas. To learn more about Holsteins Shakes and Buns, visit holsteinsburgers.com

PBR Rock Bar & Grill

If you are looking to “Get Bucked Up” with some Insta-worthy cocktails and mocktails, then PBR Rock Bar & Grill at Planet Hollywood is for you. The spot boasts an extensive drink menu with 100-oz. fishbowl-style concoctions like the About LAS Night with New Amsterdam pineapple, triple sec, pineapple juice and a bottle of Champagne; or the Caribbean Sunset with Bacardi Lemon, Malibu, orange juice, pineapple juice, Myers’s Rum and grenadine. (Plus, you get to keep the bowl!) The spot also serves up some delicious mocktails for those who want a less booze-focused experience, like the Berry Limerita with mixed berries, lime juice, simple syrup and lemonade; or the Cucumber Press with soda water, mint, simple syrup and lime juice. To learn more about PBR Rock Bar & Grill, visit pbrrockbar.com.  

Scoop LV

Scoop LV

Some might say that drinks are served best in a traditional cup, but you might change your mind after trying a some of the most fun drinks in Las Vegas out of Scoop LV’s light bulb-shaped glasses or the world’s most adorable teddy bear bottles. The spot offers lineup of boba teas, milkshakes, lattes and more that are thrown into fun, take-home cups. Some fun flavored shakes include That Strawberry One with strawberry, white chocolate, cookies and caramel; and That Creamy Mango One with mango, vanilla and caramel. Traditional milk teas are also available, in addition to Mexican-style mangonada. To learn more about Scoop LV, visit scooplv.com

Odd Wood Bar

If you find yourself lucky enough to venture into the eccentric art space that is Area 15, then you must try the Odd Wood Bar. The spot boasts a unique, specialty cocktail menu as artistic as the district itself. Some signature drinks include the muy delightful Mexican Candy Marg with Querido spicy watermelon tequila, watermelon Schnapps, strawberry, mango, lime and a Tajin rim; or the opaque Ghost of the Wood with Ghost Blanco Spicy, tequila, cucumber, agave, lemon and a mint-sugar rim. In addition to its staple sips, a rotating “Oddity” menu is available seasonally, with current drinks like the crystal-inspired Amethyst Martini with Empress Gin, Giffard creme de violette, lavender and a drop of lemon. To learn more about the Odd Wood Bar, visit oddwoodbar.com.

Café Lola

Café Lola

Before arriving at Café Lola, be prepared to take tons of photos at the Instagram-, Pinterest-, TikTok- and Tumblr-worthy space. The drinks are almost too pretty to drink. The fun Las Vegas drink spot is a pink lover’s paradise, with some of the cutest and most elegant decor to complement its aesthetic menu. The cafe specializes in everything coffee and tea, with some fan favorites including the 24K Gold Crème Brûlée Latte, the Vanilla Rose and the Unicorn Hot Chocolate. Some beautiful late-night sips, including pink cocktails, bubbles and wine, are also available. To learn more about Café Lola, visit ilovecafelola.com.

Boba Haus

A local staple, Boba Haus, offers Hong Kong-style boba, with traditional flavors like Nagasaki, taro, green tea and jasmine, in addition to some specialty flavors that one might not find in a conventional boba shop. If you want to elevate your boba tea experience, try the lavender, Hokkaido or the house-curated Haus milk tea. Each packs a punch of flavor uncommon in the boba tea world. Boba Haus also offers vegan-friendly sips with dairy alternatives as well as traditional egg puffs. To learn more about Boba Haus, visit facebook.com/BobaHaus.

Black Tap

Black Tap

Home to the original and very first CrazyShake bar, Black Tap at Venetian Resort is everything visitors go to Vegas for and locals stay for. It’s chaotic, extra–– and so much fun. The fun Las Vegas drink spot boasts the most insane milkshakes in all of The Strip, with full-on cake slices as garnishes, cookies “glued” to the rim, cotton candy stacked taller than your head—you have to see it to believe it. To learn more about Black Tap, visit venetianlasvegas.com.

The Dorsey Cocktail Bar

The bartenders at The Dorsey Cocktail Bar in Venetian Resort have consulted the stars to curate a libation menu to fit each Zodiac sign and their matching personality. The unique spin on a traditional cocktail menu is delicious, personalized and Insta-worthy. These sips aren’t written in the stars for you? In that case, the menu also boasts signature drinks from award-winning mixologist Evan Hosaka, with everything from massive punch bowls to classy sips available. To learn more about The Dorsey Cocktail Bar, visit venetianlasvegas.com

Tiger Sugar Las Vegas

Tiger Sugar Las Vegas

Inspired by Taiwanese-style boba, Tiger Sugar Las Vegas offers its visitors boba sips with a twist; each cup comes striped with a sticky, sweet brown sugar coating, replicating a tiger inside each cup. The stripes are especially prominent in the tiger milk tea, made with traditional black milk tea and brown sugar. Other fan-favorite flavors include matcha, taro, strawberry and many more. To learn more about Tiger Sugar Las Vegas, visit facebook.com/tigersugarlasvegas

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