Start your engines! Cabo Wabo Cantina will satisfy NASCAR fans’ need for speed with viewing parties and drink specials from Friday, March 4 through Sunday, March 6.
Cabo’s Strip-side patio will offer front and center views of the official kick off to NASCAR weekend, the Hauler Parade, set to rumble down the Las Vegas Strip at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 4. During the weekend, NASCAR enthusiasts can watch the fastest drivers in the world zip around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in The LOFT, the events space above Cabo Wabo Cantina, on a number of flat-panel, big-screen televisions including a 184-inch video grid, a 180-inch projection screen and multiple 80-inch high-definition televisions. Signature drinks will include the Can’t Drive 55, a blend of Cabo Wabo blanco tequila, Sammy’s beach bar rum, vodka, gin and splashes of lime, orange, pineapple and cranberry juices, finished with a touch of amaretto Disaronno, priced at $15. Beer buckets and shot specials will also be available.
Cabo Wabo Cantina will celebrate Valentine’s Day with a specialty cocktail available exclusively on Sunday, Feb. 14.
Singles and couples alike may enjoy the “Drunk in Love” cocktail, a playful blend of St. Germain, ginger beer, lime juice, Monin Wildberry syrup and champagne with a garnish of strawberries and Amarena cherries, priced at $10. The cocktail will be available for purchase inside the Cantina, as well as Cabo’s heated patio, set to the backdrop of panoramic views of the Strip.
Cabo Wabo Cantina will host an action-packed viewing party for the upcoming Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) title fight. February title fight will include a showdown of the highly anticipated rematch between Fabricio “Vai Cavalo” Werdum and Cain Velasquez in UFC 196, on Saturday, Feb. 6.
UFC 196 will give Velasquez another shot at the heavyweight title in his rematch with champion Werdum in Las Vegas. Velasquez originally lost the heavyweight title to Werdum in UFC 188 last May in Mexico City.
The championship bouts will be shown in Cabo Wabo’s private upstairs lounge, The LOFT, on numerous flat-panel big-screen TVs, including a 184-inch video grid, a 180-inch projection screen and two 80-inch high-definition TVs. For an admission fee, guests will take in the Pay-Per-View fights while enjoying panoramic views of the Strip, beer bucket specials, signature cocktails and a full list of menu items available for purchase.
Ready, set, tequila! Cabo Wabo Cantina will host a special Big Game viewing party complete on Sunday, Feb. 7.
The Strip-side cantina will offer a variety of tailgate favorites with its all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet, priced at $200 per person. The buffet will include hot dogs, sliders and a build-your-own tacos and nachos station. Thirsty fans may enjoy buckets of Budweiser and Bud Light with their meal. No football viewing party would be complete without high-definition TVs, which are visible throughout the cantina, including 80-inch screens at the bar and 75-inch screen throughout the cantina.
Cheers to a new year! Cabo Wabo Cantina will host a rockin’ New Year’s Eve celebration on Thursday, Dec. 31.
Cabo Wabo will welcome 2016 with an unforgettable Strip-side patio bash, complete with unobstructed views of Las Vegas’ New Year’s Eve fireworks display. General admission to the patio is priced starting at $200 per person, which includes an all-you-can-drink beverage package and patio access. VIP access to the patio is also available, priced starting at $500 per person, which includes front-and-center seating, an all-you-can-drink beverage option and a three-course meal including the choice of one appetizer, entrée and dessert from the cantina’s regular menu. Guests can make reservations by calling (702) 385.2226 or by email at [email protected]. The LOFT, the cantina’s posh upstairs event space, is also available for reservation for groups seeking a private party with the same incredible Strip view.
Following the New Year’s Eve festivities, partiers nursing a hangover can indulge in Cabo Wabo’s signature breakfast selections including the croissant French toast, a freshly-baked croissant classically prepared into French toast, topped with warm maple syrup, fresh berries, powdered sugar and whipped cream, priced at $10.95; and huevos de nacho, a plate of Cabo Wabo’s signature cheese nachos topped with two fried eggs, guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo, priced at $12.95. Bottomless mimosas and bellinis are available for $24.99. Breakfast is available daily from 8 to 11 a.m.
Cabo Wabo Cantina will host viewing parties for all NCAA college bowl games beginning Thursday, Dec. 19, and all NFL playoff games beginning Friday, Jan. 8.
Fans will cheer on their favorite teams on numerous flat-panel big-screen TVs, including a 200-inch video grid, a 200-inch projection screen, two 80-inch high-definition TVs and 25 high-definition TVs throughout the cantina. Drink specials will include daily shot specials, starting at $5; and Dos Equis beer buckets, priced at $21.
Groups of up to five people may also book private football parties in Cabo Wabo’s exclusive VIP lounge, which includes exclusive access to two big-screen TVs and a private skybox overlooking the main dining room. Viewing packages are priced starting at $500, and guests may make reservations by calling the cantina directly at 702.385.2226.
Giddy up! Cabo Wabo Cantina will welcome the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR) with live music and drink specials from Thursday, Dec. 3 to Saturday, Dec. 12.
Live music acts will include acoustic performances from The Ryan Whyte Maloney Trio, Shawn Eiferman and Rein Garcia. Guests may also enjoy buckets of Dos Equis beers, priced at $21; shot specials, priced starting at $5; and signature cocktails including the VOJITO, a flavorful blend of Devotion Black and Blue vodka, fresh berries, fresh mint and lime juice, priced at $13.
Guests may fuel up for long days at the rodeo with Cabo Wabo’s breakfast selections including the croissant French toast, a freshly-baked croissant classically prepared into French toast, topped with warm maple syrup, fresh berries, powdered sugar and whipped cream, priced at $10.95; and the CW eggs Benedict, made with layers of machaca, chorizo and poached eggs on an English muffin, topped with melted pepper-jack cheese and hollandaise, priced at $13.95. Bottomless mimosas and bellinis are also available for $24.99. Breakfast is served daily from 8 to 11 a.m.
Cabo Wabo Cantina will celebrate the holiday season with two signature cocktails, offered from now through Sunday, Jan. 31.
Cabo Wabo will introduce the Red Nose Rocker, a flavorful combination of Espolón tequila, Amaretto, cranberry juice, vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg; and the Mistletoe, a seasonal blend of Skky Cranberry, Midori, apple cider and citrus, each priced at $13. Guests may pair either of these cocktails with regular menu items including the New York Ranchero, made with chipotle-marinated New York steak, grilled onion, pico de gallo, papas and chorizo, priced at $32.45.
It’s time to feast and fiesta at Cabo Wabo Cantina with the introduction of the turkey tamale in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Available from now through Monday, Nov. 30, the turkey tamale is filled with succulent turkey meat and topped with a house-made mole sauce and fresh cranberry salsa, priced at $19.95. Cabo Wabo’s regular menu items will also be available for purchase including carne asada tacos, made with grilled steak, salsa arbol, topped with avocado, cilantro and onions, priced at $15.95; and short rib enchiladas, made with slow-cooked, hand-shredded beef, fire-roasted tomato sauce and topped with a delicious house cheese blend, priced at $16.95.
Cabo Wabo Cantina will honor Veterans Day with a two-for-one drink special on Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Cabo Wabo will invite all veterans and active-duty service members with a valid military ID to double up on their favorite cocktails for the price of one. Selections include Cabo Wabo’s signature Vojito, handcrafted with Devotion Black and Blue vodka, fresh berries, fresh mint and lime juice, priced at $13; and the Cocorita, made with Cabo Wabo Blanco tequila, lime juice, crème of coconut, served on the rocks and rimmed with freshly toasted coconut, priced at $14. Some restrictions may apply.
Cabo Wabo honors veterans and active-duty service members throughout the year with a 20 percent discount off the total dining bill, available daily.
Cabo Wabo Cantina will honor National Nachos Day with signature nacho dishes on Friday, Nov. 6. The strip-side cantina will celebrate with the Nacho Platter, a plate of crunchy tortilla chips loaded with a house cheese blend, refried beans, jalapeño, cotija, pico de gallo, sour cream and guacamole, priced at $14.95. For a heartier helping, guests may add grilled chicken for an additional $3; carne asada for an additional $4; or grilled shrimp for an additional $6.
It’s time for boos and booze! Cabo Wabo Cantina will celebrate Halloween and Dia de los Muertos with live music and the ultimate party potion from Friday, Oct. 30, to Sunday, Nov. 1.
Cabo Wabo will serve the Widow Maker cocktail, a blood-red drink handcrafted with Crown Royal, Peach Schnapps, cranberry and Jäegermeister, priced at $12. Award-winning singer and songwriter, Shawn Eiferman, will also perform on the Strip-side patio on Saturday, Oct. 31.
The cantina’s signature cocktails will also be available for purchase including the CW Mai Tai, blended with Sammy’s Beach Bar rum, Captain Morgan, Orgeat, orange Curacao, tropical juices, grenadine and topped with a float of Myer’s rum, priced at $14; and the Cabo Rockin’ Iced Tea, crafted with sweet tea vodka, lemonade, fresh mint leaves and served on the rocks, priced at $14.