It’s a three-day weekend and you’re making the trek to Vegas like the 300,000 other people who needed to get away. You arrive at the Cosmopolitan only to be met with the longest check-in line you have ever seen. Instead of melting down, take a few steps past the registration desk and grab a seat at the Vesper Bar. You’ll find the Vesper - shaken or stirred - and other cocktails separated into “Classics” and “Vesper Interpretations.” Choose something from the menu or, if you’ve had enough of making decisions today and you just want to put your life in someone else’s hands, take advantage of the knowledgeable bartenders and have them create something specifically for you.
Vesper is permanently closed.
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