Drinking the night away is essential at the casino.
Make these feisty beverages at home for a casino experience or head on down to Atlantic city to hit the bars…
The Strawberry Daquiri
When Micheal Mizrachi played poker for 75 hour straight, he drank Daiquiris because the sugar kept him up.
These sweet blend of strawberries and ice is a staple cocktail for any casino goer. You can enjoy it on the floor or by the pool of your Vegas hotel.
Whisky on the Rocks
This drink is for the old school gamblers who don't need a mixer to make their whisky go down.
Make sure you choose a very fine whisky and add a healthy dose of ice cubes.
It is usually drunk slowly and pensively at 2 am after having lost $200 at blackjack.
There is no context in which a Mojito is not appropriate and the casino is no exception.
This Cuban treat works wonders on the casino floor.
It is a tasty recipe to master.
The Old Fashioned
This zesty bourbon drink is for those bitter sweet moments on the floor.
You certainly need an old fashioned in your hand whenever you attend a poker party.
Getting the orange peel just right is essential…
Nothing like a cold one when you are kicking back by the slot machines.
It is always the cheapest drink on the menu and will never go out of fashion.
If you are not in the mood for fussy cocktails, this is always a safe bet.
Porn Star Martini
James Bond famously ordered a vodka martini in Casino Royale.
This passion fruit version with a splash of champagne adds extra class to a classic.
This casino cocktail is a good way to celebrate when you win big.
JD and Coke
This southern whisky was made to be mixed with America's favorite soda.
This magic mixer existed long before casino menus were filled with exotic cocktails.
It has been stocked in casino bars for years.
An essential kick for a late night Casino session.
Whisky in the Jar
This sweetened whisky cocktail is exclusive to the MGM Grand in Vegas.
Their original mix is fresh and fruity.
H20 is a refreshing natural concoction to take the edge off any cocktails or mixers that you might consume at the casino.
Drink plenty to stay hydrated and head-ache free…
Gambling can be hard on the system and water is the perfect beverage to keep you fresh
For more exclusive cocktails that you can only purchase at certain Vegas hotels, check out this delicious list by Bon Appetit