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8 Extra-Large Cocktails for an Extra-Wild Vegas Night Out

Where to get punch bowls, pitchers of margaritas, and other shareable drinks in Las Vegas

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Sure, you’ve probably gotten a pitcher of beers with friends at happy hour, but have you ever shared bowl of punch from a hollowed-out disco ball? These drinks, all sized for sharing, (although, you know, do what you want) are the perfect way to kick off an epic Vegas evening, whether you’re looking for frozen margaritas or a smoky Old Fashioned. Here’s a list of eight epic, oversize cocktails to share in Vegas.

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Mama Rabbit Mezcal + Tequila Bar

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You can get several of Mama Rabbit’s classic cocktails in a pitcher, including the Palomita, made with pomegranate, hibiscus, grapefruit, and tequila, and the Valley Mule, a tequila mule with fresh ginger and mint.

Majordomo Meat & Fish

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The Vegas outpost of Majordomo is all about smoke, meat, and huge, shareable portions so it’s no surprise that the cocktail menu includes a smoked Old Fashioned for four. It’s prepared tableside using a smoke gun to lightly infuse Maker’s Mark with a hint of char, making for a very fun scene.

The Dorsey Cocktail Bar

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The Dorsey’s menu includes not one but three different punch bowls, sized to serve between four and six people. Choose between the Green Street, made with vodka, lime, cucumber, green apple, and mint; the Creole Punch, with rum, pineapple, ginger, citrus, allspice, and nutmeg; and the Palm Royale, with gin, sweet vermouth, lime, agave, watermelon, and Champagne.

A disco ball punch bowl The Venetian [Official Site]

Juniper Cocktail Lounge

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Start your night at Juniper Cocktail Lounge with a group service cocktail portioned for four to six people. Choose between A Sure Thing, with maraschino liqueur, lime, grapefruit, vodka, and prosecco or A Tiki Time, with rum, mint, pineapple, and orgeat.

Downtown Cocktail Room

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You don’t have to be on the Strip for giant drinks. At the Downtown Cocktail Room in, yes, downtown Vegas, the menu features two punches, both offered in small (portioned for four to six) or large (portioned for eight to 12). The menu changes seasonally, but look for offerings like a vodka, cranberry, and sparkling wine concoction, or a sangria-style punch. Whatever you choose, it will come in a classic punch bowl with appropriately cute glassware.

Park On Fremont

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Park on Fremont’s lush patio setting is the perfect spot for sipping springy drinks, so why not take the vibe to the next level with a giant mule for six people? Made with vodka, lime juice, and ginger beer and served in a giant copper cup for added effect, its an easy drinker sure to satisfy your whole group.

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Lavo Italian Restaurant - Las Vegas

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What is a magnum of wine if not the original large-format cocktail? It’s a fine line, sure, but where else but Vegas can you get a six-liter bottle of 2013 California cabernet presented to your table? The six-liter bottle, also called an Imperial or Methuselah will run you $2,000, but you surely didn’t come to Vegas to save money.

The NoMad Library

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The elegant surroundings at the Nomad might give you the impression that you’re not supposed to let loose, but the $125 martini bottle (available made classically with gin or dirty with olive juice and vodka) says otherwise. Drink it at the bar with a friend, or settle into a comfortable booth and pair the vodka with a burger and fries.

Mama Rabbit Mezcal + Tequila Bar

You can get several of Mama Rabbit’s classic cocktails in a pitcher, including the Palomita, made with pomegranate, hibiscus, grapefruit, and tequila, and the Valley Mule, a tequila mule with fresh ginger and mint.

Majordomo Meat & Fish

The Vegas outpost of Majordomo is all about smoke, meat, and huge, shareable portions so it’s no surprise that the cocktail menu includes a smoked Old Fashioned for four. It’s prepared tableside using a smoke gun to lightly infuse Maker’s Mark with a hint of char, making for a very fun scene.

The Dorsey Cocktail Bar

A disco ball punch bowl The Venetian [Official Site]

The Dorsey’s menu includes not one but three different punch bowls, sized to serve between four and six people. Choose between the Green Street, made with vodka, lime, cucumber, green apple, and mint; the Creole Punch, with rum, pineapple, ginger, citrus, allspice, and nutmeg; and the Palm Royale, with gin, sweet vermouth, lime, agave, watermelon, and Champagne.

A disco ball punch bowl The Venetian [Official Site]

Juniper Cocktail Lounge

Start your night at Juniper Cocktail Lounge with a group service cocktail portioned for four to six people. Choose between A Sure Thing, with maraschino liqueur, lime, grapefruit, vodka, and prosecco or A Tiki Time, with rum, mint, pineapple, and orgeat.

Downtown Cocktail Room

You don’t have to be on the Strip for giant drinks. At the Downtown Cocktail Room in, yes, downtown Vegas, the menu features two punches, both offered in small (portioned for four to six) or large (portioned for eight to 12). The menu changes seasonally, but look for offerings like a vodka, cranberry, and sparkling wine concoction, or a sangria-style punch. Whatever you choose, it will come in a classic punch bowl with appropriately cute glassware.

Park On Fremont

A garden-like setting behind a bar Corner Bar Management

Park on Fremont’s lush patio setting is the perfect spot for sipping springy drinks, so why not take the vibe to the next level with a giant mule for six people? Made with vodka, lime juice, and ginger beer and served in a giant copper cup for added effect, its an easy drinker sure to satisfy your whole group.

A garden-like setting behind a bar Corner Bar Management

Lavo Italian Restaurant - Las Vegas

What is a magnum of wine if not the original large-format cocktail? It’s a fine line, sure, but where else but Vegas can you get a six-liter bottle of 2013 California cabernet presented to your table? The six-liter bottle, also called an Imperial or Methuselah will run you $2,000, but you surely didn’t come to Vegas to save money.

The NoMad Library

The elegant surroundings at the Nomad might give you the impression that you’re not supposed to let loose, but the $125 martini bottle (available made classically with gin or dirty with olive juice and vodka) says otherwise. Drink it at the bar with a friend, or settle into a comfortable booth and pair the vodka with a burger and fries.

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