Aladdin offers deal
on high-end buffet

Mar 6, 2006 2:13 AM

Enjoy one of Las Vegas’ finest buffets at a discount this month! The Aladdin will be offering coupons for $5 off breakfast or lunch for the Spice Market Buffet, Monday through Friday for all Club Aladdin members, good for up to four people, one voucher per visit through March and April.

Additionally, beginning mid-March the "$1 Million Free Slot Pull" will be getting a face lift as it becomes a $2 million grand prize including $1 million in cash and $1 million shopping spree to be used in the shops at Desert Passage. All Club Aladdin members can try their luck for free once per day. Second prize is a Toyota Scion. The Aladdin has already given away three Scions so far in 2006. Club Aladdin membership is free. See the Promotions Center for details.

Also at the Aladdin, The Museum of the American Cocktail, a global network of passionate and talented mixologists, historians, restaurateurs, collectors, chefs and writers on the subject of drink, have established a brand new free exhibit to celebrate the art of the cocktail inside Commander’s Palace at The Shops in Desert Passage.

The exhibit traces the history of the cocktail over the past 200 years and includes vintage cocktail paraphernalia, such as shakers, advertisements, barware, Prohibition-era literature, music and other cocktail memorabilia from the collection of the museum’s founders and members.

Additionally, the Museum’s "Mixology Seminar Series" will be offered at the Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington DC and Boston exhibits throughout 2006 and presented by leading mixologists around the country.

The first seminar to be hosted at Commander’s Palace will be the "Anatomy of the Cocktail," presented by world-renowned mixologists Francesco Lafranconi and Dale DeGroff on Wednesday, March 8 from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Guests will learn the proper way to mix their favorite cocktails and will discover new and creative ways to mix traditional cocktail recipes. Commander’s Palace will provide delicious appetizers during the seminar, which is FREE and open to guests 21 and over. Space is limited and registration is required. To register for the class, call the restaurant at (702) 892-8272.