Here are several places that are having Vegas F1 race packages for food and drinks, ranging in costs from backmarker bargains to pole position prices.
PT’s Wings & Sports, View Lounge, REMIX Lounge and 108 Drinks, all at The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Tower, has a duo of featured cocktails, each priced at $12, including Flat Out, made with Patrón Silver tequila, Red Bull Coconut Edition, crème de cassis and lime; and Pole Position, crafted with Patrón Silver tequila, Red Bull Yellow Edition, peach schnapps, pineapple, lime and Tajín.
PT’s Wings & Sports also has the “Pit Stop Package,” which is $99 for two and $190 for groups of four. The package includes the choice of one Flat Out or Pole Position cocktail each; while groups of four get two cocktails each plus shareable snacks, including carnitas sliders; traditional wings with choice of sauce; and classic nachos, piled high with chipotle cheese sauce, pico de gallo, sour cream, guacamole, jalapeños, pepper jack cheese and drunken black beans.
Proper Eats Food Hall, a collection of only-in-Las Vegas destinations inside ARIA Resort & Casino, will be offering four exclusive cocktails in honor of Las Vegas’ inaugural grand prix weekend. Available from Thursday, Nov. 16 – Sunday, Nov. 20, the cocktails draw inspiration from some of the sport’s top drivers and teams, each priced at $20. Wings is a blend of Casamigos tequila, Aperol, orgeat, lemon and watermelon Red Bull. High Speed, handcrafted with Botanist gin, Aperol, Martini & Rossi Prosecco and garnished with slices of citrus fruit and herbs. The Podium Paloma is made with Patrón tequila, grapefruit juice, lime, agave and Fever Tree grapefruit soda. Aussie Spritz is Proper Bar’s bellini made with peach purée and prosecco.
Starting Monday, Nov. 13, Proper Eats also has the “Proper Passport,” which gives people s a chance to collect nine stamps from around the food hall that correspond with different circuits on the world tour. One stamp will be earned for every transaction of at least $25 at any of Proper Eats’ stations. Pepole who complete their passports during race week will earn a two-hour open bar at Proper Eats’ own Proper Bar, to be redeemed by Sunday, Nov. 19.
For wine lovers, Piero’s Italian Cuisine is offering six sommelier selects of specialty wines, in addition to four exclusive cocktailsCurated by Piero’s wine director, the list includes wines by the bottle and glass from regions around the world that honor the course map including: Il Palazzo, Rosso-Toscana from Italy, priced at $20 per glass; Chateau des Jacques, Moulin-A-Vent from France, priced at $15 per glass; 12 Linajes, Tempranillo from Spain, priced at $15 per glass; Astrolabe, Sauvignon Blanc from Australia, priced at $15 per glass; Finca, Reserva Malbec from Argentina, priced at $20 per glass; and Labor of Love, Pinot Noir from the USA, priced at $25 per glass.
In addition to Piero’s exclusive wine list, Piero’s will also offer themed signature cocktails to honor the race’s participating countries: an apple martini to represent the United States, made with apple vodka, apple schnapps, Midori and sweet & sour; the French “75,” prepared with made with D’Usse Cognac, Moet Champagne and lemon; a Canadian Old Fashioned, featuring Canadian Club, sugar and orange peel bitters; an espresso martini, made with espresso coffee, Kahlua, and vanilla vodka, to represent Italy; and Roads on Fire to celebrate the union of all the represented countries made with Ilegal Mezcal, lemon, ginger syrup and hot honey. All cocktails are priced at $25.
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway Morton Group’s restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas explores wine and flavorful cuisine in an intimate space that blends the inside with the outdoors. La Cave has sommelier-selected wine flight chosen to highlight the European regions along the 2023 race calendar. Priced at $34, the flight features 2-ounce pours of four wines, served on a custom flight board, curated by La Cave’s sommelier Erick Ramirez.
They include: Gran Saroa Cava Brut from Spain, with tasting notes of fresh bread dough, apricot, and Granny Smith apples; Domaine Ott Côtes de Provence “By.Ott” Rosé from France, with notes of crisp white peach and apricot mixed with passion fruit and mango; Alain Jaume Côtes du Rhône Les Champauvins from Rhône Valley, France, featuring bright red cherry, cedar on the mid-palate, with a black and white pepper finish; and Graham’s Late Bottled Vintage 2017 Port from Douro, Portugal, whose luscious texture is highlighted with ripe black fruits, raisins and burnt sugar.
Downtown, The Laundry Room automotive-inspired cocktails from Thursday thru Sunday. Priced at $19 each they include Red Flag made with rum, cassis, vanilla, lime, egg white and salt; Need For Speed, a blend of gin, elderflower, pineapple, lime and dill; Race You There, with tequila, cassis, chili, lime, habanero and muddled blackberries;,made with gin, Italian aperitif, lime, cucumber, cardamom and sparkling; Velocidaddy, with tequila, Benedictine, anisette and orange bitters; and Checkered Past, a mixture of bourbon, peach liqueur, espresso, liqueur and Italian drinking bitters.
Now, if you want to experience the Vegas F1 race as if you were in Monaco, here’s something for your fine tastes. Eight Lounge will is offerring a ‘Fumée de l’élégance’ or “Smoke of Elegance” menu, from Thursday thru Saturday.The menu has been carefully crafted to complement the high-energy atmosphere of car racing, promising a distinctive experience for attendees. The menu packages involve:
“Clean Air,” a 1.5-ounce pour of Macallan M whiskey and Davidoff Royal Release Robusto cigar, priced at $1,000.
“The Diffuser,” a two-ounce pour of Louis XIII cognac by Rémy Martin paired with Gurkha His Majesty’s Royal cigar, priced at $2,500.
“Slip Stream,” four, one-and-a-half ounce pours of Glenfiddich 40-Year-Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, four Arturo Fuente Destino al Siglo Pasion cigars and a limited edition Eight Lounge Trident cigar cutter, priced at $5,000.
“Pole Position,” a bottle of 2010 Château Latour le Pauillac 1er Grand Cru Classé, one box (eight cigars) of Padron 1926 80th Anniversary cigars and a limited edition Eight Lounge Trident cigar cutter, priced at $5,500.
“The Chicane,” a Glenfiddich Luxury Flight, a Gurkha Maharaja cigar and a limited edition Eight Lounge Trident cigar cutter, priced at $15,000.
“Chequered Flag,” for up to 12 guests, a premium cigar collection, including an Elie Bleu Opus 25th Cabinet and Fuente Opus 25th Anniversary cigars, a one ounce pour of Glenfiddich 50 Year Old Single Malt Scotch for each person, a limited edition Eight Lounge Trident cigar cutter. It also includes a cigar locker until New Year’s Eve 2024 a six-liter bottle of Veuve Clicquot Brut Champagne Yellow Label Methuselah. This package is valued at $250,000. Make a reservation here.
Vegas F1 Race Restaurant Experience
Top of the World, famous for its 360-degree rotating dining room and Vegas views at the top of The STRAT’s Tower will offer the “Circuit Tour” prix fixe menu, featuring four courses that pull inspiration and flavors from countries that are part of the 2023 calendar. The culinary tour begins with Bolinho de Bacalhau, Alaskan cod fritters with spicy black bean sauce and pickled onions, inspired by Brazil’s Interlagos. Inspired by Circuit de Monaco, Bouillabaisse made with cod, shrimp, lobster, mussels, sauce rouille and tomato, fennel and saffron broth, will be served as the second course.
The main course, Carrillada, made with red wine braised beef cheek with onions, mushroom jus and spicy potatoes, will honor Spain’s Ciruito de Catalonia. The meal will end on a sweet note with Roll of the Dice, a chocolate cake with chocolate-raspberry crémeux, inspired by the hometown race.
The specialty menu ispriced at $120 per person. Guests may also experience the feeling of standing on the podium with a jeroboam of Ferrari Trento sparkling brut, while sipping the 3-liter bottle of world-class sparkling wine, priced at $750.
A specialty room package, “STRAT Your Engines,” will be available and includes a discounted room rate of 20%, an upgrade to a newly remodeled Elevate room; complimentary admission for two to the Observation Deck and STRAT Tower; a $25 dining credit; and reserved seating in PT’s Wings & Sports or View Lounge, where the race will be broadcast. The package is available for rooms booked through Saturday, Nov. 18 and may and guests may cancel up to 24 hours before arrival, free of charge.
VIP Spa Treatment
REVIV, , a global innovator in IV therapy treatments and vitamin injections, will offer multiple health and wellness options designed to keep race fans healthy, energized and hydrated so they won’t miss a lap of the inaugural race. Available in two locations in Las Vegas, inside the Boulevard Tower at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and The Underground MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, as well as in-room services, REVIV will help fans stay prepped for race activities while staying at the heart of the action. Open from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily, appointments are available to book The four packages include:
- The “REVIV Stamina” therapy is designed to increase electrolytes to hit the gas on rehydrating and stay at peak energy for the late-night race as well as help recover after a full night of celebration and exploration.
- “The Grand IV” provides an immunity boost packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and electrolytes to recharge the “engine” to help maintain overall health while traveling in addition to overcoming jetlag and fatigue.
- The “REVIV and Replenish” treatment provides added vitamins and nutrients to provide a fully revived sense in addition to the electrolytes for hydration from the stamina treatment.
- The “Final Lap” treatment helps with quicker recovery, boosted energy and maximize wellness as it combines stamina, immune and hydration treatments. Included in the “Final Lap” is REVIV’s Vitaglow treatment, designed specifically for skin to help race fans look and feel their best as well as the Royal Flush to rev up the recovery process from the packed weekend of parties and events.In addition to the individual treatments available at The Cosmopolitan and MGM Grand locations, race fans can also book V-VIP packages for their entire group. Available for groups of 20, 35 and 50, the REVIV team will send their expert medical team to the hotel suite and provide a choice of three IV treatments: “Speed Demon,” a mini-boost packed vitamins B and C as well as electrolytes for the quick refresher; “Pole Position,” a mega-boost with antioxidants, electrolytes, minerals and vitamins B and C; and “Grand Slam,” a combination of the stamina, immune and hydration treatments. The V-VIP packages start $7,500 and must be booked two weeks in advance.
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