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Drink options at Bellagio

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Maqaiti, Jun 26, 2013.

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  1. Maqaiti

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    Just wondering what kind of drink options there are while I'm gambling up a storm? Not high limit room mind you. I've heard bellinis are one choice (not ordering those). How about mojitos or Grey Goose? Any others I should be aware of?
     
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    From my experience (100 min & up) at bellagio, grey goose is not a problem. At aria, remy xo is also not a problem at the same minimums. I do not usually play lower so I am not sure about other tables.

    I would be interested in finding out also.
     
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    I've been at tables where people order Grey Goose at Bellagio and I've never seen the cocktail waitress blink at it. Of course, they're generally ordering mixed drinks, and I'd be very surprised if anyone could really tell the difference between various reasonably-decent vodkas once they're mixed with that much tonic water, so who knows for sure. I personally tend to drink vodka neat or on the rocks (which makes it easier to tell if they're substituting with lower-end stuff) and I've always been happy when I've ordered Stoli.
     
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    i am one of those ppl that mixes my vodka. But i can tell the difference with my rum and cognac. Hence the aria suggestion lol.
     
  5. Kagedawg

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    I play a lot of Pai Gow and blackjack at the Bellagio (generally $25 - $50 / hand) and have never had an issue with obtaining the brands you mentioned. In fact, sometimes my wife will not be playing and just sitting at the table with me and the cocktail waitress will bring her a Grey Goose no problem (she drinks it straight on ice).
     
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    Great news! Thanks!
     
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    One tip my brother gave me as he frequents bellagio: the bar at the Sports book allows a bit more of the top shelf stuff for comp drinks. He gets a bit fancy with his martinis..
     
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    pbr is a there special beer there:nworthy:
     
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