12 locations in Las Vegas for Halloween cocktails

Sure, you could celebrate Halloween with a Bloody Mary or an afternoon death, both totally respectable drinks with slightly macabre names, but kind of boring. All Hallow’s Eve only comes once a year; Why not mark it in style with a cocktail created for the occasion? Here are 13 places to find one in Las Vegas.

Alibi Ultra Lounge

Alibi is celebrating the season with two Halloween-themed cocktails. The Ghostly Encounter consists of cassis cream, vodka, pomegranate juice, orange bitters and blackberries with a black sugar rim, while the antidote combines vodka, amaretto, pineapple juice, lemonade and strawberry puree. $ 19 each through October 31st.

Aria, 702-692-5616, aria.mgmresorts.com

Alibi Ultra Lounge

Cabo Wabo Cantina

It is doubtful whether you will be shy twice or even once after recording this. Cabo Wabos Once Bitten is a mixture of Bacardi Anejo Cuatro, St. Germain, ginger beer and lime juice, swirled with blood orange puree and served in a skull-shaped souvenir glass. $ 13, October 18-31. Cabo Wabo’s other cocktails are also available in skull-shaped souvenir glasses for an additional $ 2.

Miracle Mile Shops, 702-385-2226, cabowabocantina.com

Cabo Wabo Cantina
Cabo Wabo Cantina

Distilling and Remedy

Here’s a jack-o-lantern that doesn’t come with the messy seeds. The Jack-O-Lantern cocktail at all Distill and Remedy locations combines Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey and Tennessee Fire with a sour blend, ginger beer and a lemon wedge. $ 5 during the bars’ Halloween parties October 26th.

Multiple sites for Distill, distillbar.com; Remedy’s at 3265 St. Rose Parkway and 530 Conestoga Way, both in Henderson, medicystavern.com

Distill
Distill

Electra and The Dorsey

These bars at The Venetian have put together three spooky options. It lives! gets its green color from a “heavy pinch of matcha powder” mixed with Absolute Elyx, lemon and lime juices, egg white and a dash of cream, finished with Fever Tree Club soda. The Jame-O-Lantern, as you guessed it, is Jameson Irish Whiskey with yellow chartreuse, Antica Carpano, and chocolate bitters over a 2-inch ice cube with an orange twist for garnish. And the Oogie Boogie combines altos tequila, falernum, lime, ginger syrup and allspice over ice, garnished with Fever Tree Club soda and garnished with a wheel of lime and candied ginger. $ 18 each October 31 through November 31. 3, with free sampling from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. October 31.

The Venetian, venetian.com

Hangover Bar at Madame Tussaud

Use black magic to take your wife – or husband – or your wolf pack to Madame Tussauds to see the only celebrities who are guaranteed not to avoid a selfie with you. While you’re there, indulge in the Black Magic Margarita, which is made with tequila, triple sec, and sweet and sour mix with a sugar or salt rim and a candy googly eye. $ 5 through October 31st.

Grand Canal Shoppes, 702-862-7800, madametussauds.com

Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds

Lily Bar & Lounge

It’s a trifecta of Halloween ghosts on Lily. The black widow is white rum and coconut cream that is poured over a web of white cotton candy and garnished with rubbery spiders. The Lychee Lookee is a mix of vodka, lime juice, lychee puree, and lemonade garnished with blueberry lychee eyeballs for a creepy effect. And for the Con Gusan (old) fashion, the lily bartenders mix mezcal, grand marnier, agave, orange bitters and soda, smoke them in a dome and garnish them with orange peel, cherry and rubber worms. $ 20 each from October 24th through October 31st.

Bellagio, 702-692-5615, bellagio.mgmresorts.com

Lily Bar & Lounge
Lily Bar & Lounge

fish market

It’s called Pozione Morte, which is a more lyrical way of saying “Potion of Death,” and its misty appeal is likely to tempt the unwary. It is a mixture of Ciroc Apple Vodka, homemade blueberry grenadine and Monin Violet, which is poured on dry ice and served with a berry garnish. $ 14, Halloween weekend October 31-Nov. 3.

Grand Canal Shoppes, 702-837-0309, venetian.com

fish market
fish market

Morton is the steakhouse

Candy corn is the most popular Halloween candy in Nevada according to candystore.com, which makes this particularly fitting: Morton’s Candy Corn Old Fashioned is a mix of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey, orange bitters, Monin candy corn syrup and a matching orange slice through sweetcorn. $ 12, October 30 – November 1

400 E. Flamingo Road, 702-893-0703, mortons.com

Pancho’s Mexican restaurant

Add a touch of smoke to your Halloween with the Spooky Peach Cocktail at Pancho. It starts with El Silencio Mezcal Espadin, mixed with peach puree and a sweet and sour mixture and garnished with fresh jalapeno slices. Just $ 10.75, October 31.

Downtown Summerlin, 702-982-0111, panchosrestaurant.com

Pancho's Mexican restaurant
Pancho’s Mexican restaurant

Prime Rib Loft

Gory is good when it comes to Halloween, and this one is about as bloody as it gets. Red Rum is a mix of Bacardi O, Cointreau and pineapple juice, with raspberry puree providing the realism. $ 12, 27.-31. October.

The Orleans, 702-365-7111, orleanscasino.com

Rosina

Staying true to its name, Rosina’s golden apple mixes Laird’s apple brandy, four roses bourbon, honey, lemon, and allspice, poured over a 2-inch square ice cube and served with a caramel-flavored caramel apple. $ 18, October 31 – November 3.

Palazzo, 702-607-1945, venetian.com

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Contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at [email protected] or 702-383-0474. Follow @HKRinella on Twitter.

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