Cocktail Culture

Speakeasy Drinks at Bugsy’s

It was created as a throwback, not only in its name paying homage to Flamingo Las Vegas founders Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and his business partner, Meyer Lansky. With its dark woods, speakeasy vibe and old-fashioned beverage cart, Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse is a modern original.

The Bobby Burns

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During Prohibition times, the dry years of 1920-1933, that meant seeking out a speakeasy to find an alcoholic drink. Today, the speakeasy is more about being in-the-know. It’s that secretive, ultra-elusive spot you can brag to friends about. And they’re popping up everywhere.
To escape the wild neon night in Las Vegas, slip into Bugsy & Meyer’s Count Room. Here, tucked away past the dining room, you’ll find an old-school refuge where the drinks are stiff. What Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse does best is elevate the classic cocktail with a fresh twist. Whether it’s rum, bourbon or brandy, mixologists are taking it next level. For a truly unique experience, order off the Prohibition menu, where you’ll find smoked cocktails featuring bourbon whiskey and vermouth. There’s the Leather Antique and the mezcal-heavy “Moll” It Over, intermingled among other tempting choices including the Apple Brandy Crusta and the Bobby Burns, a blend of 12-year Macallan, sweet vermouth, Benedictine liqueur and Angostura bitters. Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse Flamingo Las Vegas
(702) 733-3111
Open Daily: 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.

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