Dress The Drink Collaborates With Mandalay Bay

Las Vegas, Nevada - Mandalay Bay and Dress The Drink have partnered to offer unique culinary and mixology experiences for its catering and banquet guests. Together they will be featuring exquisite specialty cocktails tailored to each individual group. The visual taste experiences include fruit chips and blends for the Mojito bars, SweetGlazeTM edible violas dipped in chocolate for their Chocolate Martini bars, savory seasoned vegetable and fruit chips for the Bloody Mary bars, as well as three carat edible diamonds hand painted chocolates and SweetGlaze£ edible mini roses for the Champagne bars. As well as rim blends to complement fresh fruit cocktails.

"Coupling the talents of our chefs and mixologists with Dress The Drink's artisanal gourmet garnishes and blend concepts, Mandalay Bay is able to give our customers more value and variety within our banquet mixology offerings. Innovative creations is what Dress The Drink is all about and no task is too small or too large for them to execute with top rate quality, service and flair. At the end of the day, customers have many choices around the Las Vegas strip; Dress The Drink gives us the extra competitive edge that makes them leave feeling they had a personalized and very luxurious experience," says Natalie Franco, Banquet Beverage Mangerof Mandalay Bay.

"Collaborating with Natalie Franco and her world class culinary and mixology talent at Mandalay Bay is like teaming with the ultimate dream team. Their creativity and out of the box thinking are one of the many reasons why their divisions are top ranking in service, quality and overall revenue earnings in their industry. We are elated with the results," said Cindy McClure, CEO and Founder of Dress The Drink.


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