Depending on how much cash you cleared for your win, you might want to take it easy and start off with the cheap stuff. You might be hungry as well, so it's time to head over to The Seablue Restaurant at MGM Grand. There you can find delicious Mediterranean fare to dig into. All of the meat and fish is flown in fresh daily and the menu is comprehensive. When it comes time to order the beverage, go for The Seablue Martini. At $275 a pop, it's quite a bargain compared to some of the drinks we'll be getting to. It's made from premium vodka and the finest Beluga caviar. The vodka makes it extra smooth and the caviar makes it extra chunky.
No fish eggs in my drink please!?!? If you're not ready to make the jump to include salty, oily, fish flavored orbs in your drinks, then head over to The Capital Grille at the Fashion Show Mall. They make amazing steaks there from the finest dry aged cuts of cow. Make sure to order the 20 oz New York Strip. A steak that could be confused for a brick, the thickness of the cut allows them cook it with a nice juicy warm red center. Medium rare only please. If you like your steak any other way (besides rare), go get yourself a salad before you go and stick to the drinks.
Their most expensive beverage here is the $1,000 High Roller Martini. This one isn't as decadent as some of the other drinks. You get a good martini made from top shelf booze, a diamond pave ring, and $500 from the purchase price goes to Share our Strength - a charity that helps feed the hungry. Keep the good Karma going and help someone out from across the world as you stuff your face with succulent steak and premium vodka.
Who has time to eat? Let's just get our drink on! You can put a little bit of a dent in your wallet by bypassing the food and heading straight over to Body English at The Hard Rock for some $1,000 martinis. No charity work here, the cash goes straight into the Casinos' coffers. The crowds are usually massive and it's a total free for all. Be ready to fight your way to the front of the line and, for goodness' sake, flash some cash! No need to be stuck outside with the commoners, you have some drinking to do!
Once inside order The Presidential. Yet another martini (do you see a trend developing here?), it's made with Dom Perignon Champagne and Remy Martin Louis XIII cognac. Get on over there and drop off few giesels on some yak and bubbly.
Not tickling your fancy yet? Maybe you're one of those people that comes from a country famous for their long winter nights, tight jeans, and blonde hair. Perhaps you might feel more comfortable within the confines of The Teatro Euro Bar. There you'll be able to show off your giant stainless steel watches while sipping on $2,200 martinis. The most complicated drink broached thus far, they come with Louis Roederer Champagne, Hardy Perfection Cognac, Grand Marnier Cent Cinquantenaire, and fresh raspberries. Don't bother remembering all the ingredients, just order the High Limit Kir Royale.
Forget the cheap stuff. You want to cut all the corners and blow as much money as possible in the shortest amount of time. The best way to accomplish this is to hop into the largest limo you can find and tell them to take you to Tryst, the nightclub at the Wynn. $3,000 bucks a pop for this one, it's the most expensive drink you can order off of a Cocktail Menu in Vegas.
The drink is made with Cristal Rose, Hennessy Ellipse, and Grand Marnier Cent-cinquantenaire. Just to add a little flair, and a few hundred dollars to the price, they will also drop 23 karat gold flakes and a liquid gold syrup in it that will make it look more like a car paint than a drink. No matter what it looks like, they give you a golden straw with a 9 point diamond to sip from (that you get to keep) and they say it's delicious. A word of advice, don't go and order this drink if it's just you and two other dudes. In order to do this one right you must keep a two girl to one guy ratio. It's called the Menage a Trois.
So there you have it, the best way to blow the most amount of money on booze as quickly as possible. Five drinks apiece for you and nine of your closest friends can cost you anywhere from $14,000 to $150,000 gratuity not included. Also not included is the price to transport yourselves from place to place. So win a bracelet, go out, blow some cash, and for one night know what it's feel like to be a true balla!