The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, in partnership with Clique Hospitality, will be opening up a new concept bar in the hotel this winter. The avant-garde lounge, simply named Clique, will be replacing the resort’s recently closed Book & Stage bar. With live music and a more intimate interior, Clique will offer guests a new place to unwind with a menu of artisanal cocktails, seasonal drinks and house-made mixers. Guests can also enjoy “savory bites and shareable plates, including high-end street tacos, an array of sliders and salads” from award-winning chef Brian Massie.
The new concept lounge will bring a more casual vibe to the Cosmopolitan, and will be outfitted with comfortable seating, dark woods and luxurious finishing touches designed by Alessandro Munge from Studio Munge. The 4,515-square-foot bar has an estimated $172,820 in construction and remodeling costs, but upon completion will join the Cosmopolitan’s family of unique concept bars that include the three-level Chandelier, the live performance lounge Bond and the ‘50s-inspired Vesper Bar.