BLVD. Cocktail Company Mixes Up Handcrafted Modern Twists At The LINQ

BLVD. Cocktail Company, a new 2,700-square-foot cocktail lounge and patio at The LINQ Las Vegas, is proud to introduce an innovative handcrafted mixology program, as well as craftsmanship décor and original artwork from local and nationally renowned artists.

BLVD Cocktail Company
BLVD. Cocktail Company At The LINQ

With a patio set in the heart of The LINQ, cocktail connoisseurs may enjoy their libations in the lively outdoor setting with breathtaking views of The High Roller. Cozy indoor tables set the stage for guests desiring an intimate evening, while those wanting a more social hour can take a seat at the 100-foot-long bar. Guests can enjoy live performances from the sleek baby grand piano.

The cocktail menu created by Boozologist Dan Marohnic features classic handcrafted libations with contemporary twists made with premium gin, whiskey, vodka, rum, tequila, and liqueur varieties. Guests can choose from a collection of more than 20 finely-crafted cocktails and martinis inspired by cultures and techniques from around the world.

Selections include: Lavender Slip, made with Cello Via Blueberry Lavender, Hangar One Wild Maine Blueberry Vodka, fresh lemon juice and a dash of egg whites; Pina Verde, mixed with Tanteo Jalapeño Tequila, Green Chartreuse, Giffard Orange Syrup, pineapple juice and fresh lime juice; and Rolling Stone, which blends Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, Fruitlab Poppy Seed Liqueur, Monin Ginger Syrup, fresh lemon juice and Angostura Aromatic Bitters along with egg white and black pepper; among others.

Hovering just above the piano is a ‘cloud,’ a custom art installation by Las Vegas local artist Gabriel Culp, commissioned by BLVD. Cocktail Company. Made from 11,000 thousand florescent lights powered by LED, the ‘cloud’ showcases eye-catching visual effects, such as thunderstorm simulations, to accompany the performances.

BLVD. Cocktail Company’s interior design is an eclectic mix of eras. Regal shades of gold, bronze and metallic, Parisian-style chairs and booths covered in plush damask fabric set a luxurious tone. Millwork, hand-painted wallpaper and hand-carved doors nod to the late-19th century Arts and Crafts Movement, an era during which quality craftsmanship was greatly revered.

Art deco lighting, antique mirrors and swan corbels add a layer of Hollywood glamour. Artworks are featured throughout the venue, including originals by Marion Peck and Glenn Barr.

BLVD. Cocktail Company is owned in partnership with Caesars Entertainment and Ryan Doherty, Justin Weniger and Kenna Warner, the owners of Commonwealth and Park on Fremont. Photo credit: Anthony Mair

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