It is really really hard to find, but I have one thing in Vegas I'm not happy about. I can nowhere find any of my favorite drinks. Therefore I always order bottled Heineken instead. Can't go wrong with that, but I would so much prefer any of my own drinks on my holidays! Would anyone know if these drinks are available anywhere in Vegas: Martini Bianco, this is a white SWEET vermouth and the brand is Martini. There is also a Martini Dry and Martini Rosso, but I like the sweet version which is called Martini Bianco. Nothing fancy, you can buy a bottle for about 6-8 dollars at every supermarket (it's only 15% alcohol). Martini is the most popular brand (the only A-brand I know of) and has a taste of it's own (not comparable with other brands). Instead I always get a white dry vermouth from unknown (for me) brand. Doesn't matter how much I try to explain in advance what I want, the casino waitresses always say they have exactly that, but come back with the oposite. Bitter Lemon (to mix with Vodka), it's a carbonated soft drink flavoured with quinine and lemon. Most famous brands here in Europe (Netherlands) are Schweppes and Royal Club. The combination of sweet, bitter and sour is very typical, delicious and fresh and mixes really well in a cocktail with Vodka or Gin. The only thing comparable (but still completely different) is something like Fanta Lemon, but those drinks are too sweet and don't have the same "bite" (umpf). Another alternative is Tonic, but then it is really a completely different drink (missing the citrus). Lambrusco, this is a sweet sparkling wine from Italy and it comes in white, red and rose. Lambrusco is the name of the grape and the area in Italy where the wine comes from. The wine comes in many brands (I wouldn't know if one is more popular than the other, they all taste the same to me). Again, nothing fancy (and really cheap, around 2 dollar for a bottle), but very popular in Europe (for the not "real" wine drinkers like me). It's only 7,5% alcohol and really light and fresh, you can drink it all night, without getting a headache the next day. On the wiki it says: "Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Lambrusco was the biggest selling import wine in the United States.". But I didn't find it anywhere and I'm not really a wine drinker otherwise (French wine is too dry for my taste). Oh, btw... from the same brand Martini, there is also a sparkling sweet wine called Martini Spumante. It is a similar drink as Lambrusco (even better) and I would also be completely happy with that! Or maybe any of you knows nice alternatives for these drinks (except for the Martini Bianco, cause I only like it from that brand)?