Where to watch March Madness 2017 in Vegas?

Watching March Madness at strip club

College basketball fans from all over the U.S. will make their yearly pilgrimage to Vegas for the nation’s best March Madness atmosphere this side of a college town vying for the championship. Whether you’re rooting for your alma mater or for a team with a shot to win it all, you’re guaranteed a memorable time. To make it easier for you to choose from some of Las Vegas’ hottest sports spots, we compiled a list of bars, sports books, and viewing parties.

Las Vegas Strip Clubs

While Las Vegas has much to offer to even the most casual college basketball fan, no place is more fun to host a sports-watching party than one of its world-famous strip clubs. With stiff drinks, lovely ladies, and a nonstop party atmosphere, you’ll be guaranteed a good time, even if your team is down by twenty.

For those who truly interested in the games, we suggest Hustler, Crazy Horse III, or Sapphire. They have some of the biggest screens and offer specials on beer buckets. Sapphire in particular has an entire room dedicated to sports watching. Fill out a booking form today to make a reservation and find out more about March Madness specials and Sin City’s sexiest sports arenas.

Blondies Sports Bar & Grill at Planet Hollywood

Watching March Madness in Las VegasViewing party: Dates coming soon

Details: Morning session from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.; afternoon session from 3:45 p.m. to 9 p.m. Admission covers the purchase of seating.

When it comes to college sports, no place gets better than Blondies. This lively sports bar features beer pong tables, making it a popular place among students. And with more than forty flatscreens throughout the bar, you won’t miss a thing. Food and beers are top notch, and the sexy cheerleaders assure you’ll have fun at even the most one-sided games.

TAP Sports Bar at MGM Grand

Viewing party: Dates coming soon

Details: Doors open at 9 a.m. Admission per person is the minimum one can spend for food and beverage.

Price: $75 per person

Reservations: (702) 891-7239 or

Inside the massive MGM Grand, TAP Sports Bar is a paradise for true fans: Authentic sports memorabilia of the greatest athletes in history cover the walls. Sixty high-definition TVs and seating for 200 people, make it east to be part of its legendary vibe. And an amazing selection of local and seasonal craft beers go great with Chef Steve Barr’s signature American classics, like his take on Beer Can Chicken.

Treasure Island

Viewing party: Dates coming soon

Details: Held in TI’s Ballroom, this event features banquet-table seating as well as food and beverage concessions and satellite betting stations. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. daily.

Price: Free to enter (seating is first come, first serve)

Hard Rock Cafe on Las Vegas Strip

Viewing party: March 16 – 18

Put your money where your mouth is, because William-Hill Race and Sports Book will be on-site to take your sports bets.

Price: $175

Reservations: HERE

Caesars Palace Sports Book

Known by bettors the world over as the best sports book in Las Vegas, if you want to watch a March Madness game Vegas-style, this should be on your list. Caesars Palace Sports Book features 140 sports seats with a 12-inch flat screen at every table, six 12-foot by 15-foot jumbo screens, a 20-foot by 50-foot LED board, and twelve 50-inch plasmas, ensuring you don’t miss a play. And if you get hungry, the once Michelin-rated Mesa Grill by celebrity chef Bobby Flay is only a few steps away.

Mandalay Bay Sports Book

Mandalay Bay’s tropical theme translates into a laid back and relaxed atmosphere at its Sports Book. Known for having some of the highest betting limits in town, it offers seats for 300 people to watch 84 TV screens. Their luxury boxes offers not only the VIP treatment for groups of one to eight, and let bettors wager from their seats on a touch-screen monitor. On top of that, the Sports Book has its own Grill that lets you enjoy burgers, sandwiches or salads while rooting for your favorite team.

Before deciding which sports bar to visit for March Madness (March 14 – April 3), call ahead and make reservations, as March and April are some of Vegas’ busiest months. As for the sports books, you may want to arrive early to secure a seat.

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