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For those that don’t gamble, or have blown their budget, drinking in Las Vegas can be a spendy proposition. It isn’t uncommon for a bottled domestic beer at a casino bar to run upwards of $7-$10. Wild. Luckily, there are numerous bars, restaurants, and buffets that offer bottomless beverage deals which can help problem drinkers (slowly raises hand) stretch their dollar.
We’ll start by diving into bars and restaurants that offer bottomless beer/cocktail/wine deals. Following that, well cover restaurants offer limitless mimosa and bloody marys as part of their brunch menu. Lastly, well dive into buffets that allow you to add bottomless drinks to your meal.
Note that promotions and deals often change. We’ll be sure to keep this list updated, but will also link out to each deal so that you can verify the info is still accurate before you make the trip!
Blondies in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood offers all you can drink draft beer and well drinks for $20 from 3pm-6pm and again at 10pm-1am Monday – Friday.
Coyote Ugly at New York New York serves unlimited Coors Light from 10 – Midnight nightly for $25.
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 an extra $13 during the day and $18 at night as compared to a non boozy ride. We thought it was worth the up-charge – More on our Happy Half Hour experience here.
Battistas Hole in the Wall tucked in an unassuming strip mall behind Cromwell offers free, unlimited , house wine (red and white) with any dinner purchase.
All You Can Drink Deals on Groupon are also abundant. Bottomless and open bar deals at places like Rock and Reilly’s, Carlos’n Charlie’s, and even the bar at Madame Tussauds are available. Deals available deliver all you can drink for a specified amount of time.
Bottomless Brunch – Mimosas and Bloody Marys
Overlook Grill at Cosmopolitan serves up all you can drink mimosas/Bloody Marys for $25 and Rose for $30. Overlook gives you 1.5 hours to work through as many beverages as you would like. This restaurant is open seasonally and is closed over the winter months.
Giada at Cromwell offers limitless la marca mimosas for $30 Friday through Sunday.
Rock and Reilly’s offers a Saturday and Sunday bottomless mimosa and bloody mary package for $20. Hours of operation are 8am – 1pm.
Border Grill at Madalay Bay allows you to add on bottomless mimosas to their brunch options which are available from 10am-3pm daily for $15. For $20 you can also score bottomless bloody marys and micheladas.
Hexx at Paris offers bottomless mimosas during brunch from 6am – 2pm for $26 per person. Note, that there is a 2 hour limit to consume as much of the vitamin C infused cocktail as you can.
Tom’s Urban at New York New York serves bottomless mimosas over brunch until 2pm for $20.99.
Herringbone at Aria has 3 tiers of unlimited brunch beverages. The endless beverage package with prosecco is $35, the endless premium beverage package with Veuve Clicquot Brut is $65 and the Endless Moët & Chandon Rosé will run you $95.
Cabo Wabo in the MIracle Mile Shops serves all you can drink mimosas and belinis from 8am-11am. HOW MUCH
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Lavo at Venetian offers a “Bottomless Brunch” package on Saturday and Sunday which costs $25 and includes mimosas, bloody marys, bloody marias, aperol spritz, Rosé, and sangria (white and red).
Yard House in the Linq Promenade allows you to add a $15 all you can drink package to any brunch entree starting at 9am on Saturdays and Sundays. Beverages included in this bottomless special include draft beer, bloody marys, and mimosas.
All you can drink/bottomless drink options at Buffets
Almost all (if not all) offer bottomless beverage packages to guests dining at the buffet. Typically, these are not deals I take advantage of as gorging ones self in both food and alcohol can be a lot. With that in mind, some of you will still be drawn to all you can drink deals at the buffet.. because… it’s Vegas. Here are some of the more popular options:
Wicked Spoon at Cosmopolitan offers all you can drink mimosas, champagne, Bud Light, and bloody marys over brunch for $17. That same price point will buy you allow you to enjoy limitless house wine, moscow mules, and Bud Light the rest of the day. 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 mimosas any time of the day for $15.
Bayside Buffet at Mandalay Bay allows you to add bottomless sparking brute to your brunch for $7 and all you can drink premium beer, draft beer, wine and sparking brute for $10.99 the rest of the day.
The Buffet at Bellagio offers a higher end unlimited champagne package on the weekend from 7am – 3pm for $55.98, however, their typical all you can drink add on can be had for only $19.99 every day of the week.
The Buffet at Aria serves some differentiated options for their all you can drink package. For $19.99, guests can enjoy the standard mimosas, bloodies, wine, and beer. Also included in this package though is rum punch and classic margaritas.
Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood will serve you as much beer, wine and champagne as you can drink for $12.99 daily.
Cravings Buffet at Mirage offers a nice array of bottomless options to include beer (light and craft), rum punch, screwdrivers, bloody marys, and a wide variety of wines for $12.99.
Flavors Buffet at Harrah’s offers an inexpensive all you can drink champagne option over brunch which runs $7.
The Buffet at Excalibur serves all you can drink house wine and draft beer for a flat rate of $14.99. Note that the all you can drink package price dips to $9.99 during “happy hour” which runs from 11am – 6pm daily.
Corner Market Buffet at TI offers an all you can drink package for $14.99 per person which lets you choose from wine, beer, sparkling wine, mimosas and cocktails.
Vegas is an alternate reality for most visitors. A place where it’s socially acceptable to start drinking at 8am and maintain a solid BAC throughout the day. We are glad that we could play a small part in aiding your alcoholism while in town by sharing some of the best bottomless deals in Las Vegas!