11 Reasons Why Fizz At Caesars Palace Is A Bubblicious New Hot Spot

Posted Friday, January 24, 2014 by in Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Nightlife. No Comments.

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Las Vegas and champagne go together like peanut butter and jelly, so as long as we live, there will never be such a thing as too many champagne bars in our sparkling city. Fizz is the latest one. Situated on the casino floor at Caesars Palace, this Las Vegas lounge shines like a 2,750 square foot beacon of delicious bubbly-ness. It’s one of the only places in town you can order super-fancy champagnes by the glass (think Dom Perignon, Krug and Perrier Jouet Brut Fleur de Champagne), and features about 27 champagnes by the bottle. A partnership between local M3 and Elton John’s husband David Furnish, it’s naturally next door to The Colosseum, where John is a resident performer.

Technically still in its soft opening, Fizz will pop the cork for a huge grand opening when John returns to play new dates of “The Million Dollar Piano” starting March 29. Being that this Brit power couple defines fabulosity, everything from the carefully curated menu to the lounge décor is designed to a T. And we kind of want to live there. Here’s why:

1. It has gold doors, and looks like a luxurious mansion inside. Like John’s jewelry box. A gold Narnia. Aladdin’s magic lamp. Need we say more? (Ok, we’ll go on…)

Bling and Bubbles: Fizz has struck gold at Caesars Palace. Photo By Tim Hancock

Bling and bubbles: Fizz has struck gold at Caesars Palace. (Photo by Tim Hancock)

2. It’s like hanging in Elton’s living room. John is a huge fan of skulls, and put these cool lights in the bathroom.

The swanky decor inside Fizz is punched with touches of gothic glam, like these clear skull lighting fixtures.

The swanky decor is punched with touches of gothic glam, like these clear skull lighting fixtures. All of the art is from John and Furnish’s own personal collection.

3. There’s weird art by really famous people. And we dig it. Unfortunately, no pictures are allowed of said art, so here’s a pretty champagne cocktail pic.

Blending cherries, fresh lemon juice, Grey Goose Cherry Noir and Rock Candy Syrup and brut champagne, the Fizz Noir is one of more than 15 specialty cocktails. Photo By Edison Graff

Blending cherries, fresh lemon juice, Grey Goose Cherry Noir and Rock Candy Syrup and brut champagne, the Fizz Noir is one of more than 15 specialty cocktails. (Photo by Edison Graff)

4. With sexy bronze glass and cream leather décor, it sets the mood for getting a tipsy champagne high. Even the lights look like bubbles.

The room’s silk moiré and walnut walls shimmer from the glow of cognac chandeliers that crown the airy interior.

The room’s silk moiré and walnut walls shimmer from the glow of cognac chandeliers that crown the interior.

5. There’s a caviar menu to pair with your bubbles so you can party like you’re on the “Real Housewives.” Topics of conversation may include the frustration of downsizing to a 50,000 square foot home and how to handle one of your nannies going on vacation.

Fizz's small bites menu features Caviar on the Rocks - Buckwheat blinis, crème fraiche and Siberian Ossetra caviar served on ice. Photo by Edison Graff.

Fizz’s small bites menu features Caviar on the Rocks – Buckwheat blinis, crème fraiche and Siberian Ossetra caviar served on ice. Goldigger not included. (Photo by Edison Graff)

6. Its oversized champagne bucket has rare, vintage and exclusive bottles bubbly that make you want to break into a rap song and make it rain.

Don't even think about stealing Fizz's stunning designer champagne bucket. It's built into the bar so the ice can refill and drain, keep the bottles cold.

Don’t even think about stealing Fizz’s stunning designer champagne bucket. It’s built into the bar so the ice can refill and drain, keep the bottles cold.

7. There’s a $2,500 drink on the menu. Like a rich person’s sizzurp, the Fizz Deluxe only includes the top-shelf stuff. Combining Grand Marnier Quintessence, Hennessy Richard Cognac, Fee Brothers lemon bitters, Monin rose syrup and egg whites. The creation is topped with Dom Perignon Rose Champagne, a rose petal and 24-karat gold flake.

We should tell #Rich Kids of Beverly Hills about this one, so they can be ridiculous. Life in plastic, it's fantastic. Photo by Edison Graff

We should tell #RichKids of Beverly Hills about this one, so they can be ridiculous. Life in plastic, it’s fantastic. (Photo by Edison Graff)

8. To maintain its seductive mystique, you’re not allowed to take pictures inside. (To tide you over until you start Fizz-ing, here’s a rendering that looks like real thing.)

Warm hues of champagne, cognac, copper and ivory all compliment the duo's extraordinary photography collection.

Warm hues of champagne, cognac, copper and ivory all compliment the duo’s extraordinary photography collection.

9. You’ll be itching to hold court at its private upstairs VIP room—an area that you can see, but never go near. (The one-booth table is reserved as the couple’s hangout when he’s in town, and guests of his when he’s not). It’s to the upper left of these posh entrance-way curtains.

curtain bubbles

Don’t be intimidated by its design. John and Furnish wanted the space “to feel like you’re walking into their own home, as one of their guests or at one of their parties,” according to General Manager Charo Ronquillo.

10. Even its non-champagne cocktails (like this Jamaica Jerk Off) are supreme examples of mixology.

The Brits got a little cheeky with their cocktail names. The Jamaica Jerk Off dessert martini is a blend fresh coconut puree, a little Godiva Chocolate liqueur, Toschi Walnut Liqueur and Ciroc Coconut Vodka. Photo by Edison Graff

The Brits got a little cheeky with their cocktail names. The Jamaica Jerk Off dessert martini is a blend of fresh coconut puree, a little Godiva Chocolate liqueur, Toschi Walnut Liqueur and Ciroc Coconut Vodka. (Photo by Edison Graff)

11. And the most important reason of all: bubbles are pretty.

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A 14-year Las Vegas resident, Emma Trotter has worked in the media industry since 2006, with a focus on entertainment journalism and celebrity news. Holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism & Media Studies from University of Nevada, Las Vegas, she has worked as a copywriter, editor, writer, reporter, blogger and produced several photo shoots for local lifestyle magazines. A true advocate of the city's diverse offerings and glitzy lifestyle, Emma has promoted Las Vegas extensively, whether writing about its top hidden gems, to exploring its rich, fascinating history or covering Las Vegas’s social scene and real estate, fashion, beauty, nightlife, dining and profiling the top influential executives.

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