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Cosmo bar -what's the name?

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  1. weluvvegas

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    What is the name of the bar at Cosmo that usually has someone singing older 40's 50's style music? It's over near the big chandelier and escalator. We passed by there in May and heard a lady with a great voice singing songs that you would've heard back in the days of Frank Sinatra - maybe in a long gown leaning up against a piano...can't remember what type of music you call that?
     
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    I believe that's the chandelier bar. You're talking up near the front escalator right, not the one in the back by the registration desk?
     
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    The three-story one in the middle of the casino that looks like a work of art? Yeah, that's the Chandelier Bar.
     
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    Yep, that's the one. Duh, guess that was kind of obvious huh? :eek:

    What kind of a crowd does that draw? I'm 36 and my mom is 71, (looks like 50 tho) and we would just like a laid back atmosphere without any craziness just to relax with a good drink and listen to the music.
     
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    I love hanging out in Chandelier Bar. I like the first floor in the big couches by the glass elevator side of the bar. Bonus, with enough drinks, that glass elevator becomes your own personal Go-Go Dancer Booth! It's comfortable, you can see all the action around you and passing by, without being overcrowded. You can even look up and see girls posing for pictures on the 2nd and 3rd floor railings. (Hint: Some of them forget to wear their undies, much to the delight of the males in our crowd that night. :haha:)

    Our group was mid-late 20's through ahem.. let's just say more experienced drinkers. I think any age would be comfortable there. I'm 45 and I didn't feel like I was out of place at all.

    My sister is an alcoholic. Okay, not really, but that's what I call her because she is a drink-snob. She loves rare liquors and strange drinks I've never heard of. Her favorite bar at Cosmo is Vesper Bar (back by the lobby/registration area). She and her hubby played "Stump the Bartender" there one night and had a blast. If you're a connoisseur of liquor, that might be a good fit for you. Just watch that bar tab, it adds up fast!
     
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    the cocktails are expensive here ($14) but well worth it. Only place in the world I've gotten tipsy off one drink
     
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    What is the best drink to order there?
     
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    At every bar at Cosmo, I always just tell the bartender what liquor I like (e.g., gin, St. Germain) and what i don't like (e.g., tequila), what sort of flavors I'm in the mood for, and then tell them to go from there. Cosmo has the best bartenders and I've always been impressed by their creativity. Heather at Book and Stage is a master of shots: she has made me shots that tasted exactly like a chocolate-covered pretzel and a white Gummi bear. She's a genius.
     
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