Cocktails from the Prohibition-inspired Count Room at Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse.
The latest addition to the “Forever Fabulous” Flamingo Las Vegas, Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse is a one-of-a-kind destination steakhouse, much like the Flamingo itself.
Conceived in collaboration with Chicago’s Studio K Creative and renowned designer Jonathan Adler, the restaurant boasts a variety of atmospheres, including the main bar, patio dining, the bustling main dining room, three private dining rooms and a raw bar. There’s also an exclusive speakeasy experience for those in “the know.”
As you enter Bugsy & Meyer’s, you slip in the back—past the front bakery façade and dry-aged meat cooler—like notable guests did back in the day. The speakeasy is then located beyond the dining room, through a camouflaged entrance. Once inside, guests are welcomed to The Count Room, where the cocktails and dishes of Bugsy & Meyer’s are served in an exclusive Prohibition-style experience.
The Count Room is open with limited availability, upon request, with days and times adjusting. Kind of like at a real Prohibition speakeasy.