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Everyone knows that Nobu Restaurant is amazing, and the one housed at Caesars Palace in the first ever Nobu Hotel is the largest in the world. So naturally the lounge here is a standout.
Bowed columns of bamboo line the exterior and a flock of origami cranes flutter above the entrance. Simplicity and beauty are the words that will come to your mind when you enter.
Boasting no view whatsoever (Nobu Lounge is situated in across from the Old Homestead Steakhouse), the setting is still picturesque. There's a circular bar surrounded by semi-private pods that can seat six to eight people. These pods were formed from wire abaca frames that resemble large baskets. They create little enclosures, giving you and your date or friends an intimate place to be. You'll also be enchanted by décor elements like the cherry blossoms that are in the upholstery and projected above the bar.
Choose from a wide range of drinks -- cocktails, beer and wine as well as rare sakes from Japan's Hokusetsu brewery on Sado Island.
There's also an exclusive food menu for Nobu Lounge featuring items not available at other Nobu locations and served only after the main dining room closes. (Yep, trust Chef Nobu to come up with a way to tempt your palate even when you were just planning to have a drink.)