Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts Dining Bites- April 2018

LAS VEGAS (April 4, 2018) — April showers bring new food and drink offerings to Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts. Check out all these happenings and more throughout the month:

April is Autism Speaks Month at The Cromwell
In honor of National Autism Awareness Month, Bound at The Cromwell is mixing up a drink to support the worthy cause. The electric blue concoction is aptly named “Light It Up Blue” ($12), and is made with Stoli Vanilla Vodka, Blue Curacao, lemon juice, passion fruit syrup and topped with prosecco. Ten percent of proceeds from purchases of the drink go to Autism Speaks through the month of April. Additional blue treats will be available at the 24/7 eatery, eatwell, with a portion of proceeds also going to Autism Speaks.

Light It Up Blue Cocktail at Bound
Photo Credit: Dusty Fruend

Drink Like a Vanderpump
Drink like you have your own hit Bravo reality show, but with much less drama, with Vanderpump Rosé. The fresh and bright wine from Côtes de Provence, France is now available by the glass at Vista Cocktail Lounge at Caesars Palace and Interlude at The Cromwell– making it the perfect springtime sipper.

Skip the Lines at Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace
The most popular buffet on the Strip just got easier to get into with reservations now available on OpenTable when guests book the Bacchanal Buffet VIP experience. For $98 per guests, the VIP experience includes a decadent seafood tower piled high with oysters, crab legs and sea snails, unlimited beer or wine and a dedicated reservation time so long lines are avoided. Break out your stretchy pants and book your reservation – Bacchanal Buffet awaits.

$1 Martinis at Interlude at The Cromwell
There’s not much you can get for a dollar on the Las Vegas Strip these days, but The Cromwell is changing the game with their $1 martini happy hour. From 6 to 7 p.m. daily, guests can enjoy $1 Ketel One Vodka and Ciroc Vodka martinis or cocktails at Interlude, the boutique hotel’s lively central casino bar. The affordable fun doesn’t stop there – sit back and imbibe with additional New Amsterdam vodka and draft beer specials featuring Coors Light, Miller Lite, Blue Moon and Modelo from 7 to 8 p.m. while enjoying the bar’s free live music, including resident hip-hop violinist Marlon.

Wine & Paint at Rio Wine Cellar
Get in touch with your artistic side with wine and paint night at The Wine Cellar & Tasting Room at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. On Wednesday, April 18 at 7 p.m., head to the cozy wine bar to enjoy an evening of wine, cheese, art and socializing. Guests will tap into their artistic abilities with a guided painting class. Wine and paint classes at Rio Wine Cellar will continue for the rest of the year with new dates every month. To make a reservation, please call 702-777-7962 or book online here. The cost is $45 per guest.

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