The Most Expensive Cocktails in Los Angeles

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Where in L.A. can you bling out while you sip up? Here are the places to find the most expensive cocktails in Los Angeles.

The Caviartini at Petrossian 
321 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood
Petrossian is known for its caviar, so why not enjoy that caviar with some vodka? They’re MFEO, after all. The Caviartini is a $128 confection made of Cîroc Ten vodka and Dolin Vermouth, served up with a caviar-stuffed olive, a cocktail onion and CaviarCube.
Westbound's Planter's Punch
Westbound’s Planter’s Punch

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Cocktail Carry-On Planter’s Punch at Westbound
300 S. Santa Fe Ave n, Los Angeles

Westbound’s kitschy cocktail is the epitome of summer thanks to a blend of pineapple rum, grenadine, orange, lime, pineapple, angostura bitters. It’s presentation is on point—this $90 libation is served in a suitcase punch bowl and serves 4-6 people.

The Bugatti Ballers Only at Gracias Madre
The Bugatti Ballers Only at Gracias Madre

Photo Credit: Gracias MadreThe Bugatti Ballers Only at Gracias Madre 

8905 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood

This is the Bugatti of margaritas, all right. Gracias Madre’s dazzling confection is made with top-shelf Claze Azul Ultra Extra Añejo and is served to the tune of $200 a pop!

The Gold Plated Sidecar at Copa d'Oro
The Gold Plated Sidecar at Copa d’Oro

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Gold Plated Sidecar at Copa d’Oro 
217 Broadway, Santa Monica

Sip some solid gold when you order up the Gold Plated Sidecar at Copa d’Oro, a $110 cocktail made of Hennessy XO, 150 Cuvee du Cent Cinquantenaire and fresh lemon served up in a sugared rim cocktail glass.

Below The Belt
Below The Belt

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Below The Belt at Barton G. 
861 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles

Below The Belt, a shareable $46 cocktail at Barton G. Weiss’ Willy Wonka-esque wonderland Barton G., is beyond Instagram-worthy. This libation from the restaurant’s Nitrogen Bar serves a boxing-themed cocktail made with a choice of gin or bourbon that arrives at the table sealed and filled with smoke. Served in a boxing ring, The Below the Belt is a mixture of apple cider, organic honey nectar, fresh citrus, rosemary, thyme, and is topped with orange zest.

Red Opulance
Red Opulence

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Red Opulence at Mari
2151 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles

Have an opulent afternoon at the Intercontinental Los Angeles in Century City when you sip the Red Opulence, a $55 drink featuring the hotel’s exclusive Angel’s Envy Cask Strength bourbon, made with fresh raspberries and blackberries, St. Germain, Chambord and simple syrup.

The Grant Margarita
The Grant Margarita

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The Grant Margarita or The Benjamin at Red O 
8155 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles

Rick Bayless serves up two muy expensive margaritas at his Red O restaurants. The first, The Benjamin, is what you’ll be spending for this libation, which uses three extra añejo (or “ultra-aged”) tequilas: Patron Burdelos, Herradura Selection Suprema and Partida Elegante, as well as Grand Marnier Cuvee du Cent Cinquentanaire, 100% organic agave syrup, fresh lime juice and Louis XIII cognac to float, blood orange caviar and edible gold rim salt. The second is The Grant margarita, which is served in a crystal glass with red citrus salt and a gold dusted dried pineapple slice, and is made with añejo tequila, mandarin Napoleon liqueur, fresh lime juice and orange agave nectar.
Caribbean Queen at Powder Room LA
Caribbean Queen at Powder Room LA

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The Velvet Goldmine at The Powder Room
1606 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles

This milkshake might not bring the boys to the yard, but it’s definitely brought the girls. The Velvet Goldmine is a $500 adult milkshake found at The Powder Room on Cahuenga, made with premium spirits, edible gold, premium Belgian chocolate and topped with an untraditional sweet—a Swarovski ring to take home.

Milk Punch at Faith & Flower
Milk Punch at Faith & Flower

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Faith & Flower
This shareable $125 confection from Faith & Flower takes three days to make and seems to have every ingredient under the sun. There are lemons, pineapple, coriander seeds, cloves, anise pods, sugar, Appleton Estate 12-Year rum, Smith & Cross Jamaican rum, Bacardi 8-Year rum,Bulleit bourbon, Pierre Ferrand 1840, Batavia Arrack van Oosten, Absinthe Mata Hari, green tea, bitters and milk. And it’s so, so worth it.
705 W 9th St, Los Angeles, CA 90015