Director Martin Scorcese
Year 1995
Starring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Sharon Stone
Rating R
Run Time 178min
More Info IMDb

You don't stay at the top forever.

They had it all, they ran the show, and it was paradise...while it lasted.  Beneath the glitzy and glamour of the Las Vegas facade there lives a filthy underbelly of greed, deception, money, power, and murder.

Robert De Niro stars as Ace, a mobster who moves to town to make his mark. In a town made of money, Ace learns the ropes and works his way to managing the Tangiers. But when his boyhood mobster pal Nicky (Joe Pesci) shows up, Vegas shows it's ugly face and corruptions takes over.

Casino is a Martin Scorcese masterpiece through and through. By this point in his career all his incredible art has been worked into a near science and the film is bursting with signature Scorcese style and a jaw dropping supporting cast. This is a movie that has as much to do with history as it does with characters as it charts the rise and fall of the mafia influence in Vegas from the late 70s and 80s. Casino sweeps you up in it's excess before ultimately breaking you down with it's cruelty. This movie demands your big screen attention and to celebrate it properly we're having Bill Norris whip up a menu of custom cocktails for your enjoyment. Grab an ex-hooker, bring your best childhood friend and prepare yourself for the world of Casino. (Greg MacLennan)

Three Cocktails Featuring Galliano Liqueur from Jones' Complete Bar Guide, 1977 Edition.


Galliano, Light Crème De Cacao, Cream, Chocolate.


Scotch, Galliano, Lemon Oil.


Vodka, OJ, Galliano.

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