We’ve all fantasized about hitting it big in Vegas. There would be comped suites that could comfortably fit an entire basketball team, spa treatments, and lots of people who know our name and keep asking us if we need anything. The bar we’d go to in that fantasy would be Mr. Coco. From the archway entrance to the complimentary drink in the elevator up, you’ll feel like someone who regularly pushes a stack of chips to the center of the table and says “all in,” even if you’re more of a nickel slot machine fan. The cocktails are pricey but delicious and include things like the negroni bianca (get it with mezcal) and The Vicky topped with passion fruit foam. And if you want to drag out your special treatment for a while, there’s live jazz on Thursday nights and a food menu of small bites (and amazing bread pudding).
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