Las Vegas is a city of excess and indulgence, a place to let loose. Stuffy social norms you may have to abide by back home are suddenly thrown out the window the moment your plane hits the tarmac.
In the spirit of “going big”, several bars, restaurants, and buffets offer all you can drink deals for a flat fee. Bottomless drink deals commonly include beer, wine, cocktails, and more.
I figured it would be helpful to compile a rundown of all you can drink deals to assist you in elevating your BAC.
Of course, I’ll be sure to link out to each all you can drink deal so that options can be easily compared.
Las Vegas All You Can Drink Deals
Bottomless Beer, Liquor, and Wine
Blondies in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood offers all you can drink draft beer and well drinks for $20 from 3 pm – 6 pm (Monday – Friday). This deal easily ranks Blondies among the best sports bars in Las Vegas.
La Salsa Cantina in the Miracle Mile Shops offers 1, 2, 3, and 4-hour “open bar packages”. For your selected time frame, you will be able to choose from bottomless beer & wine, well, or call drinks.
While numerous packages at La Salsa are available, 2 hours of endless beer & wine costs $24, while 2 hours of bottomless well drinks costs $30. A pretty solid all you can drink deal!
Battista’s Hole in the Wall, tucked in an unassuming strip mall behind Cromwell, offers free, unlimited, house wine (red and white) with any dinner purchase. Needless to say, you’ll be “happy buzzed” after your meal.
Senor Frogs at TI: The bar known for partying commonly offers all you can drink events, with tickets available via Eventbrite. Current options include Latin Nights and Drag Brunch.
La Cave at Wynn serves bottomless libations during their weekend brunch service that includes beer, fuzzy navels, vodka lemonade, bloody marys, wine, sangria, and mimosas for $34.
The High Roller observation wheel offers an open bar pod allowing you to drink all you can handle throughout the 30-minute rotation of the wheel. The unlimited drink package costs a bit more than the non-boozy ride, but I’ve found it to be worth the up-charge.
In addition to freebies on the ride, the bartender gives you a “last call” to get a drink to go right before de-boarding.
More on my all you can drink Happy Half Hour experiences here.
All You Can Drink Deals at Buffets
Wicked Spoon at Cosmopolitan offers all you can drink draft beer, wine, Moscow mules, and more for $24. A 2-hour time limit does apply to beverage packages.
Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace offers all you can drink draft beer, house wine, and sangria during their daily dinner service.
The Buffet at Excalibur serves all you can drink house wine and draft beer for a flat rate during their brunch service.
The Buffet at Bellagio serves unlimited beverages for $24.99 daily. Drinks included in the all you can drink deal include wine, beer, mimosas, screwdrivers, margaritas, and bloody marys.
The Buffet at MGM Grand: All you can drink beer, mimosas, and wine can be added to your meal for $18.99. For an additional $9.99, well drinks can be added as well.
The Buffet at Luxor offers guests the opportunity to add bottomless drinks to their dining package for an additional fee.
Palms AYCE Buffet: I recently swung by the Buffet at Palms and was delighted to learn that bottomless rose and mimosas were included with the price of their weekend brunch service. Bottomless drinks are also offered the rest of the week, but for an additional fee.
Hopefully, we were able to help you find an all you can drink deal in Las Vegas that works for your crew, tastes, and budget. While endless drink offers are somewhat difficult to find, the ones that do exist offer significant value.
See Also: Bottomless Brunch Deals in Las Vegas – Where to find it!
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I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.