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Looking for a new lounge to discover in Las Vegas? The new Alto Bar just opened at Caesars Palace over Halloween weekend next to Omnia Nightclub.
Guest can order up classic cocktails, as well as bottled and draft beers and wines by the glass.
The largest bar at the resort features private booths with personal televisions with audio, while the bar space has more than 15 televisions and 18 video poker machines. There’s even a private dining space where up to 30 guests can indulge in a curated experience or host meetings with a 70-inch television.
For cocktails, find the bloody Mary with made-from-scratch mix kicked up with Tito’s Handmade vodka and topped off with hand-stuffed pimento and blue cheese olives. Cleo’s Cosmo mixes Belvedere Mango Passion vodka, Cointreau liqueur, fresh-squeezed lime and cranberry juice, shaken and strained into a martini glass with a fresh twist of orange.
The Alto Margarita comes with Caesars Select Patrón Reposado tequila, Cointreau liqueur, organic agave nectar, fresh-squeezed lime juice and a floater of Grand Marnier. The Woodford Manhattan features Woodford Reserve bourbon and Carpano Antica Formula vermouth, all served either up or over an ice block and garnished with a Filthy cherry.
The Alto original cocktail the Crown of the Gods uses Crown Royal Canadian whisky, lime syrup, blood orange liqueur and aromatic bitters, served over an ice block with a fresh twist of orange and a Filthy cherry. Another original, the Miss Molly, uses Tanqueray gin, Lillet Rosé, Giffard Pink Grapefruit liqueur, fresh lemon and Moët Rosé Impérial Champagne.
Finally, the Absolut Elyx martini comes in a copper coupe and finished with a hand-stuffed pimento and blue cheese olives. With every Elyx Martini purchase, two gallons of clean drinking water will be donated to someone in need through Water for People.