Where to watch the Big Game in Las Vegas
The Hard Rock Stadium in Miami will be packed for Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2. If you can’t score a ticket in person, the next best place to watch the big game is Las Vegas. Sportsbooks, bars and restaurants are throwing extravagant viewing parties with food, fun and a betting window just a few steps away.
The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook is the largest sportsbook in the world. The 30,000-square-foot space has a massive 220-foot-long 4K video wall, seating for more than 350 people and the deepest wagering menu in the state. Expect lots of fun prop bets and plenty of food and drink in the “Football Central” party zone.
Other top sportsbooks include The Book, which has a living room-style setup at The Linq, and the Race & Sports Book at the MGM Grand, with private second-level SkyBox rentals for large parties.
At Paris Las Vegas, the views at Beer Park (702.444.4500) are almost as good as the action onscreen. The rooftop sports bar has more than 75 high-def televisions for watching the game and a full menu of tailgate party favorites. Admission starts at $125 with access to buffet-style food stations.
HyperX Esports Arena (702.723.2355), a hot Luxor destination for competitive video gaming, transforms into a massive football watch party on Superbowl Sunday. The cost of admission begins at $50 and includes a full buffet and every minute of the game on a 50-foot-wide video wall.
Head to the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center (702.388.2101) for the “Biggest Big Game Bash” with a free viewing party a block south of Fremont Street. Doors open early at 11 a.m. with plenty of food and drink available. Upgrade to a table reservation with a $60 beverage minimum or book a man cave with plush, comfortable furniture for you and your friends.
The Plaza (702.386.2110) is another downtown hot spot for football’s biggest game. The hotel holds a viewing party in the Sierra Ballroom for $125 with a game-day buffet, open bar and all the action on a large HD video wall. A William Hill betting window is promising more than 900 prop bets with the chance to win $100,000 for those who accurately pick all the winners in the top 15 Big Game props.
The House of Blues (702.632.7600) at Mandalay Bay has two options for game day viewing. Prices begin at $60 for all-you-can-eat dining packages at the venue’s restaurant and Music Hall concert venue. The House of Blues also hosting a luxury VIP experience at the Foundation Room (702.632.7631) on the 63rd floor. Packages begin at $400 for up to four guests in a comfortable living room setting.
Meanwhile, Gilley’s Saloon (702.894.7111) is throwing a cowboy-style “Big Game Party” at Treasure Island. Admission is $150 and includes a buffet featuring build-your-own nacho and tater tot stations, as well as bottomless draft beer and premium cocktails.
A celebrity chef is getting in on the action at the Tropicana. Robert Irvine’s Public House (702.739.2307) has a “Tailgate Party” from 1-6 p.m. with community seating and a buffet featuring wagyu sliders, pizza, Kobe hot dogs and more. The price begins at $130 per person and includes open bar.