The best places to watch sports while visiting Las Vegas
In Las Vegas, there are more places to watch sports than warts on a frog. Way more. You can head to the sports books, but those aren’t only venues where you can catch the game. From intimate venues to huge screens, it’s all here.
Possibly one of the best ways to catch the latest game is with a watch party package. At The D (702.388.2200), those packages include your own “Man Cave” or “She Den” on the 12th floor, with four high-def TVs letting you cheer for multiple games at the same time. Prices start at $40 per person for six to 45 people (for either four or eight hours), with a free drink and a private cocktail server. Popular add-ons include an open bar package, virtual or in-person trivia game and food and beverage package.
The STRAT (800.998.6937) has a variety of ways to check out the games, including a hotel package that includes a room, reserved seating at PT’s Wings & Sports or View Lounge, SkyPod admission for two and a $25 food and bev credit. Pretty sweet. And even if you don’t opt for a room package, you can still get your game on at PT’s Wings & Sports (702.380.7777), which features two massive LED screens, plus a dozen other high-def TVs showing games and betting odds. Plus, growlers are available at your table—that’s a good day!
At Mandalay Bay, Rhythm & Riffs lounge (702.632.6112) is a center-style lounge with plenty of TVs and a couple of massive screens. It’s right off the casino floor, and offers lots of seating while you watch a game.
PBR Rock Bar & Grill (702.750.1685) in Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort will make sure you have good food and good football. The restaurant is known for its wild drinks and great game specials like $4 Coors Light and Miller Lite drafts, $5 Modelo drafts, and $20 and $25 Buckets. There are four bars inside, a massive patio and more that 80 TVs throughout the place—that’s a lot of football!
For a Stripside show, check out Beer Park (702.444.4500) at Paris. This backyard-themed venue has bars, beer and picnic tables. Doesn’t that sound like a perfect Sunday hangout? Packages are available for Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night Football Viewing Parties. Reservations are required.
One of the biggest screens to check out a game is at Ellis Island’s The Front Yard (702.733.8901). The airy, two-level restaurant has an 18-foot screen, lots of seating and two bars. They recently introduced a new brunch menu, which is available from 10-3 p.m. Sat.-Sun. And Ellis Island brews its own beer! You can’t beat that for gameday chilling.
Another place for fab beer and good times is in the Watch Bar at Tom’s Urban (702.740.6766) in New York-New York, which offers breakfast items until 2 p.m. and boatloads of beer on draft. And plenty of games on the screens, of course.
At The Still (702.692.8455) at The Mirage, get buckets and buckets of beer and drink specials on gamedays. With 27 TVs throughout the 8,000-square-foot sports bar and restaurant, every view is the best view in the house. And ordering from the restored Airstream is sure to stoke your appetite.
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