For The Love Of Cocktails was first introduced as a one-night fundraiser. Although the event was expected to be sure success, the turnout was overwhelmingly large with over two thousand participants. Now on its 3rd year, the For the Love of Cocktails is now a 3-day event with more than four thousand expected participants. First day will start on February 10, 2016 and will end at February 12, 2016.
To kick off the event, FTLOC will feature Tony Abou-Ganim, Francesco LaFranconi, and Salvatore Calabrese for the Meet the Masters of Mixology at 5:30pm at Bound in Cromwell and Joseph Phillips and Marcus Notaro for the Meet the Masters of Wine at Giada in Cromwell at 8pm. Fresh cocktails will be made on demand and on the fly while wines will be served together with five delicious courses created by Giada’s talented chefs.
The second day of the FTLOC is the Downtown Cocktail Culture. Starting at 5pm, all participants with access passes will be able to taste the wonderful cocktail creations from various drink stops. This includes Velveteen Rabbit, Oak & Ivy, La Comida, Herbs & Rye, and more. Food stops at Glutton and Carson Kitchen are also included to keep hunger and drunkenness at bay. By 10pm, head over to Gold Spike for the Food Truck Cocktails Wars. Each food truck chef must create amazing food and drink pairings that’ll appeal to the FTLOC participants.
The last day of For The Love of Cocktails will be The Grand Gala at SkyFall Lounge at Delano. Entrees and appetizers are going to be passed around as participants enjoy fresh and masterfully crafted cocktails.
Ticket prices for For The Love of Cocktails begins at $50 while VIP All Access passes are sold for $375. Tickets go fast so make sure you get yours immediately. To further ensure a great time while attending FTLOC, don’t forget to avail a chauffeured party bus from Las Vegas Party Bus.
With a chauffeured party bus on standby, going to numerous spots, especially on the second event day, won’t be a problem anymore. Visit http://lasvegaspartybuslimo.com or call 1-702-331-0444 for more information.