Add to your Las Vegas itinerary by hitting up some wine-and-dine hot spots this week.

Literally wine and dine at California winery St. Supéry. A Napa Valley wine expert will help guide the evening.Palace Station’s Charcoal Room for its Oct. 25 five-course wine-pairing dinner. For $75 per person, enjoy dishes like braised oxtail paired with wines from

Another Stations Casinos property, Red Rock Resort,celebrates Halloween with its Hallo-Wine Fest on Oct. 27. For $60 per person, guests can sample beers and wines while getting in the holiday spirit as ghouls and goblins roam the festival. Also at Red Rock on Oct. 25 is a holiday-themed Rock Shot Bingo. Wear your best costume and for $25 per person play 10 electronic games with 30 cards each. A live DJ, shots and additional prizes add to the fun.

A food-and-beverage adventure awaits downtown at The Plaza. The Taste of Downtown Epicurean Event on Oct. 25 (tickets are $65) takes place at the property’s cool rooftop pool—indulge in dishes and libations from 25 popular restaurants in the downtown area. Also at The Plaza is its free 21-and-over Halloween bash at the porte cochere under the dome on Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. Enjoy a DJ, carnival food, drink specials like $2 Pabst Blue Ribbon and monster wrestling by Lucha Libre Las Vegas.

For some do-good drinking, stop by Tao restaurant and nightclub at The Venetian during the month of October and for every #DrinkPink specialty cocktail(made with Tito’s Handmade vodka, Aperol, grapefruit and lime) purchased, $1 will be donated to American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.

Speaking of pink, head over to the pinkest property on the Strip, the Flamingo, for one of the best cocktail deals around. At the Bird Bar, enjoy 50-cent beers, $1 Polly Bird punch, $5 Sauza tequila margaritas and $3 house shots during the 5-6 p.m. daily happy hour.

For some baseball game-day fun, through Oct. 31 guests at Beer Park at Paris can enjoy the rooftop bar and restaurant’s specially priced beer buckets and tailgate fare; and you can place your bet at the venue’s in-house sportsbook kiosk. For some football game-day fun, make your way to Robert Irvine’s Public House at Tropicana, where guests can kick back inside the themed sports lounge that has 10 65-inch TVs and two 150-inch projector screens. Enjoy drink specials like $3 Fireball shots and $35 beer towers filled with Shock Top or Estrella