Venetian Cocktail Collective To Come Full Circle With Addition Of Electra Cocktail Club

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First, there was The Dorsey. Then there was Rosina. Now the dynamic Venetian Cocktail Collective is almost complete with the soon to open Electra Cocktail Club.

While The Dorsey at The Venetian Las Vegas drips with old-school charm and Rosina at The Palazzo Las Vegas adds a romantic flare, Electra—also at The Palazzo on the Las Vegas Strip—is expected to offer an escapist, energetic vibe.

venetian-palazzo-exteriorPhoto Credit: Courtesy The Venetian Las Vegas and The Palazzo Las Vegas

“From the beginning, we set out to fill a void in the Las Vegas market and Electra Cocktail Club will do just that,” said Patrick Lang, vice president, global restaurant and nightlife development in a press release. “The visuals of the room will be stunning. Electra will be a bold, super high energy and forward-focused bar.”

The Dorsey and Rosina are popular hotspots playing host to many celebrities since their openings in 2016 and 2017, respectively. Earlier this month, Saturday Night Live alum Jason Sudeikis enjoyed the sophisticated service and superb cocktails at The Dorsey alongside ‘Veep’ actor Sam Richardson and drummer Billy Brimblecom. Over the summer, veteran rocker Jon Bon Jovi toasted to his new top rosé Hampton Water at Rosina along with his son and business partner Jesse Bongiovi.

Sam Richardson, Jason Sudeikis and Billy Brimblecom at The Dorsey at The Venetian in Las Vegas.
Sam Richardson, Jason Sudeikis and Billy Brimblecom at The Dorsey at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

Photo Credit: Courtesy The Venetian Las Vegas

Like its cocktail collective counterparts, Electra Cocktail Club will feature a menu designed by noted barman Sam Ross with a diverse selection of spirits. Cocktails like the Penichillin (a frozen play on The Dorsey’s popular Penicillin with lemon, ginger, honey and smoky Scotch) and the Age of Aquarius (mezcal, passionfruit, lime, honey and Campari) will add fun flair and a tropical touch.

Lang describes the design by award-winning Simeone Deary Design Group (under a consulting agreement with Gensler) as a social space with clear sightlines so that guests can interact on opposite sides of the room. Luxurious materials such as brass, granite and metal punctuate the 127-seat, teal-accented space, which also includes a 40-feet long Carrara stone mosaic bar and a chandelier with more than 1,200 points of light.

Unicorn Tears at Electra Cocktail Club.
Unicorn Tears is a new cocktail that will be offered at Electra Cocktail Club.

Photo Credit: Courtesy The Palazzo Las Vegas

For the VIP crowd, there’s a coveted corner booth surrounded by stunning and sparkly brass and rose gold finishes as well as a concave mirror on the ceiling with faceted backlit crystals.

Lang believes a “defining takeaway” for Electra Cocktail Club guests will be the venue’s unique and memorable integration of technology, which includes the highest resolution video display in Las Vegas with 70 million pixels and more than one billion colors. Spanning 40 feet, the display will tell a story through a curated selection of original art. The soundtrack will feature all genres of rock, mixed with current hip-hop.

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