Mandalay Bay Bars and Lounges
Mandalay Bay bars and lounges serve drinks with style. If you’re looking for the traditional cocktails, or maybe a good beer, you’ll find it here, along with a comfortable place to soak in the resort's tropical atmosphere. The menus also feature creative cocktail and appetizers, for those who want to try something new. With several lounges and bars spread throughout the resort, it’s easy to find a play to hang out after one of the shows. If you want to soak up the Mandalay nightlife, the lounges are a great spot to begin or end your adventure.
Eyecandy Sound Lounge
Eyecandy Sound Lounge
More than just a cocktail lounge, Eyecandy is a treat for all of the senses. Easy to find in the center of the gaming floor, the lounge features sound stations that put you in the center of the sonic experience. The dance floor, a kaleidoscope of color, responds to touch, and matches the movements of the dancers. Patrons can interact with the DJ through touch tables located throughout the most colorful of Mandalay Bay bars and lounges.
Head to Evening Call and order the perfect drink to suit your tastes—the menu specializes in frozen drinks, including daiquiris, margaritas, and the signature Irish coffee blend with a twist.
House of Blues
A combination of club, restaurant, and concert venue, the House of Blues is all about music. The biggest names in rock take to the stage throughout the year—and music legend Carlos Santana chose Mandalay Bay’s House of Blues for a long term residency. On the top floor of the resort, you’ll found the House of Blues Foundation Room, a fantastic restaurant specializing in American favorites—this time food instead of music. With Startlight Tattoo at House of Blues, good music joins with good ink. Here, artists work on three styles of tattoos, familiar Western, Samoan, and Japanese styles.
Minus 5 Ice Lounge
Right in the middle of Mandalay Bay’s shopping district, Minus 5 Ice Lounge lives up to its name. The wonderland of ice is kept at the temperature which equates to 23 degrees Fahrenheit. The first ice bar in the United States with a permanent home, the lounge features sculptures and other architectural elements crafted out of ice—even the couches and glasses that hold the vodka-crafted cocktails. When you need to warm up, step into the Minus5 Lodge, a pub that’s cozy warm and decked in leather.
Mixing American classics with French cuisine, Skyfall serves a menu created by celebrity chef Alain Ducasse. The interior design is as cutting edge as the menu with black weather, red accents, and amazing views of the Las Vegas Strip. Whether you’re relaxing on the patio or partying on the dance floor, Skyfall Lounge is a great place to spend an evening at Mandalay Bay.