Silverton Casino Hotel transforms Shady Grove Lounge into a holiday lounge with specialty drinks, games, and bar food.
By Debbie Hall
The elves are here to stay for the holiday season at the Bad Elf pop-up bar in the Silverton Casino Hotel. The holiday-themed space features jolly specials, including $10 holiday specialty cocktails and tasty food items such as crispy wings or fingers, beef sliders, fish tacos, and pizzas. The Shady Grove Lounge inside Silverton Casino is decked out for the holidays with Bad Elf pop-up bar through Jan. 2, 2022.
Inspired by favorite holiday menace, Elf on the Shelf, the elves have recreated the North Pole with their unique holiday flair, suspending 27 elves from the ceiling. A silver Airstream decked out in festive red, and green garland has been parked in the space. Inside the trailer, there is a small bowling alley with overstuffed red chairs to continue the celebration. For those Instagramable moments, pose in front of the cozy fireplace with a Christmas tree nestled in the corner. String lights, wrapped presents, and oversized ornaments add to the holiday atmosphere. Elves love to play so guests can enjoy the pool table, foosball, Jenga, and other games around the space.
Toast with specialty drinks, including Eggnog Martini (white crème de cacao and vanilla vodka). The Dirty Snowman (whipped cream vodka and Godiva Dark) and Mocha Snowball (marshmallow vodka, Godiva White, and coffee) are served in a ceramic Santa cup. Naughty Butter Beer (vanilla vodka, butterscotch, and root beer) and Shady Graham Central (Baileys, white crème de cacao, and vanilla vodka) round out the menu.
The pop-up bar will offer weekly promotions:
$1 PBR draft beers
Show a hospitality industry ID to receive 15 percent off of the check
$2 Shot Tuesdays
choice of well vodka or tequila
$5 Wine Wednesdays
Ugly Sweater Night
Guests can wear an ugly sweater and get a free Shady Graham Central shot.
Elf Pop-Up Bar at Shady Grove Lounge inside the Silverton Casino Hotel, located at 3333 Blue Diamond Road, is open daily at 5 p.m. and will celebrate through Jan. 2, 2022. For more info, click here.