If there was a James Bond chase scene through The Venetian and he needed somewhere to hide (and then find a beautiful person to talk to before inevitably getting double-crossed by that beautiful person), he’d go to Rosina. Everything is gold trimmed, there are stamped ice cubes and “Champagne Call Buttons” at each table, and a secret menu with drinks like the Early to Rise - a caffeinated twist on a Mint Julep. Regardless of who you bring here, they’ll be impressed, so come with a few coworkers post-convention or for one of the classiest nightcaps you can find in Vegas.
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