6 Ways to Eat, Drink and Be Merry at Enchant Christmas Las Vegas

Save room for sweet sips and bites or yule be sorry

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Enchant Christmas Las Vegas at Las Vegas Ballpark overflows with bright lights, festive food and holiday cheer. The twinkling attraction is gleeful enough to crack even the toughest “resting Grinch face” into a jolly smile. Enchant offers guests a variety of activities to explore including a Christmas village, light maze, ice skating trail, Santa Claus photo ops and of course, a variety of dreamy desserts 

Tonight is the last Feast & Treats Night, which features renowned restaurateur Elizabeth Blau. The event includes specialty cookies, hot cider, and eggnog in the Premium Star Experience area. Characters from Nevada Ballet’s Nutcracker are also performing throughout Enchant Christmas. Tickets to the Feast-ivities inside the Playstudios Club, which includes complimentary valet parking, priority access to activities and a welcome glass of champagne, prosecco or sparkling cider upon arrival, are $195 for adults and $175 for children ages 3-18.

Here are 6 yuletide offerings to delight your taste buds during the most wonderful time of the year. 

1. Levy

Say cheers and have a “mistle-toast” with loved ones while sipping on Holiday Cheer (vodka, sour mix, lemon, lime and cantaloupe liqueur) in a Lightbulb Cup.These festive cocktails come in an Insta-worthy light bulb cups blinking pastel colored lights. Pair this cocktail with one of Levy’s special snacks like a Charcuterie Pretzel or a German Schnitzel. 

Stay warm in this cold weather with steamy Chili in a Bread Bowl. For veggie lovers, they also serve a tasty Portobello Mushroom Burger. Guests coming with a group must try the Poutine Fries, a sharable snack.


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2. Pacha Mamas

It’s winter time, which makes a hearty bowl of food sound extra appealing. Pacha Mamas whips up a variety of meals served in fun little bowls including Paella Bowl, Teriyaki Steak Bowl, Jerk Chicken Bowl and a meat-free BBQ Smoked Tofu Bowl. After working up an appetite on the ice skating trail, these seasoned goodies hit the spot.

3. Cafe Lola | St.Honore | Pizza Anonymous

Locals know that the name Cafe Lola is synonymous with delicious food. As one of the vendors for Enchant, the versatile food makers do not disappoint. From Pizza Anonymous to St.Honore’s donuts, the food geniuses behind these spots serve something scrumptious for every bread aficiona-dough. 

Cafe Lola’s FaLaLatte is too good to pass up. This tasty sip is a cookie butter latte accompanied by an adorable Teddy Graham bear cookie on top. This cup of coffee is like a warm hug on Christmas Day. Nothing goes better with a coffee than a freshly baked sparkly donut from St. Honore.

For something savory, go for a slice of the Margherita, Pepperoni or Garlic Veggie pizza after roaming the winter wonderland. 

4. Benyeh

Festive attendees will obsess over the pillowy pastries from Benyeh. At Enchant, there are several delectable flavors to choose from including S’mores Cookie, Enchant Cinnamon Roll, Pumpkin Pecan Benyeh and Classic Benyeh. Although, they are too delicious to sample only one piece. When you sink your teeth into an Enchant Cinnamon Roll Benyeh covered in sugary cinnamon flakes, you will fall in love. Remember you’ve been warned.

6. Secret Creamery

Despite the chill in the air and sinking temperatures, people enjoy eating ice cream in winter, which is why no one should leave Enchant without trying a few scoops of Sweet Creamery’s Toasted Marshmallow. 

America loves ice cream so much that the International Dairy Foods Association reported that in 2019 “The average American consumes approximately 23 pounds of ice cream and related frozen desserts per year.” Why not lick a frozen delight to keep the stats right? 

6. Penny Popcorn

Located inside the light maze, guests will see the playful pop-up, Penny Popcorn. This local vendor serves a variety of kettle corn in a bag, which makes it easy to grab and go. Seasoned and sweetened with quality ingredients, crunch on a handful of their Brown Sugar Butter Rum Popcorn or Peppermint Candy Cane Popcorn. 

This makes a great gift to give family or friends this holiday season, too. 

Or the perfect goody to eat while snuggling up with a friend or significant other. Pour Penny Popcorn in a bowl, get comfy on the couch and turn on a classic Christmas movie. 

Roaming the Christmas Village at Enchant with a bag of popcorn is another way to treat yourself to something scrumptious while partaking in winter festivities.

Don’t miss a chance to experience all the fun-filled festivities at Enchant Christmas Las Vegas. General Ticket admissions for the winter attraction start at $29 for adults, $19 for kids ages 2-12. The attraction will be running until January 2.

This post is part of Off The Strip’s 30 Days of Christmas series.

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