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Meet the New 24-Hour Lounge with Fireplaces at SLS

Two dual-sided fireplaces highlight the space

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The newest lounge on the Strip brings 24-hour service right off the casino floor, complete with two dual-sided fireplaces and sexy art. SLS Las Vegas just debuted Casbar Lounge, taking over the former Katsuya space.

The new lounge features a color scheme of golds, oranges, and purples that the resort says mimics a desert sunset. Two dual-sided fireplaces serve as focal points in the lounge that features smaller nooks for intimate gatherings.

On the cocktail menu, The Vespear, featuring Bombay Sapphire Gin, Grey Goose la Poire Vodka, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, and Angostura bitters; Bombshell Botanga made with Herradura Reposada Tequila, real pineapple puree, lime juice, and Pepsi; and the Deer Bobby featuring Glenfiddich 14-year Scotch Whisky, Giffard Banane Du Bresil, Lustau Oloroso Sherry, and Angostura bitters.

Katsuya closed in March to make way for the new bar. Uno Mas, the new Mexican restaurant, is the latest dining option at SLS.

The fireplace at Casbar
The fireplace at Casbar
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The library at Casbar
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