These classic piano bars feature crisp cocktails, hip sounds

The Chandelier at The Cosmopolitan 

When it comes to piano bars, it doesn’t get more visually stunning than the Chandelier at the Cosmopolitan. A tri-level crystal-enshrouded bar, the hotspot serves as a sparkling playground, art exhibit and cocktail haven all at once.

The top three drinks of choice? The Forbidden Fruit, a complex apple-forward cocktail; the Infinite Playlist, a variation on the old fashioned and the Verbena, a highly aromatic aperitif with hints of lemon and ginger.

The Chandelier is not only gorgeous, but carries itself with an upscale attitude that still manages to not feel pretentious.

 

Napoleon’s Piano Bar at Caesar's Palace

In the mood for a drink, some standup and two dueling pianos? Then place your bets on the live entertainment at Napoleon’s, situated off Paris’ promenade.

This lively joint boasts an old Vegas showroom ambience, complete with wood-paneled walls lined with gold, red curtains and a black and white checkered floor. Revelry is the special of the day, as dueling pianists go head to head every night.

Beware: Although the tourist attraction has no cover charge, it does have a two-drink minimum. 

 

-By Genevieve Wong, Tribune Content Solutions

 

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