Super Bowl weekend is a big deal in Las Vegas.
The Big Game feels even bigger in Sin City. While thousands will pack the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami to watch Super Bowl LIV in person, even greater numbers will be in Las Vegas to catch the action on the big screen. Bars, lounges and restaurants will be busy trying to outdo each other with “Super Sunday” deals. Some may charge an admission fee that usually coincides with a food and beverage minimum. It’s one of the wildest times of the year, so if you’re planning to visit Vegas, make sure to book a hotel early and expect plenty of football parties up and down the Strip. Here’s a preview of some of the best places to watch the Big Game on February 2.
Blvd & Main (The Strat)
One of the most welcome additions to the newly remodeled hotel and casino formerly known as the Stratosphere is Blvd & Main. Located in the middle of The Strat’s casino floor, the new venue has a casual restaurant dining room next to a large bar area with an enormous video wall. The menu is heavy on craft brews and beer is actually incorporated into many of the food recipes (like stout in the chili, for example). Blvd & Main prides itself on football specials and the Big Game should be no different.
North Central Strip
Lagasse’s Stadium (Palazzo)
This ultra-casual spot at the Palazzo combines the foodie-friendly cuisine of Emeril Lagasse with a rowdy sports pub atmosphere. The venue features stadium-style seating with comfortable and luxurious couches and more than 100 TV screens to capture every second of the Big Game. Private parties can even book their own suites with patio doors that open up to the Strip. Lagasse’s Stadium also has its own betting window, sparing the hassle of trekking out to the main floor of the Palazzo casino.
Tilted Kilt (The LINQ Promenade)
For those in the heart of the Strip, consider the Tilted Kilt at the LINQ Promenade. It sits between The LINQ Hotel and the Flamingo and is an easy walk from Caesars Palace, the Cromwell and Bellagio. Tilted Kilt (featured in our LINQ bar crawl) is a Celtic-themed sports bar with dozens of TVs to ensure there’s no bad seat to watch the game. Food and drinks are served by girls in skimpy outfits, guaranteeing a great time regardless of whichever team wins. Make an easy bet across the promenade at The Book inside The LINQ Hotel.
Tap Sports Bar (MGM Grand)
TAP Sports Bar inside the MGM Grand is a paradise for true fans. Authentic sports memorabilia covers the walls and 60 high-definition televisions are in place to make sure guests don’t miss a moment of the action. There is seating for 200 people, a great atmosphere and an amazing selection of local and seasonal craft beers, not to mention signature bar bites and dishes like the Beer Can Chicken. TAP is very close to the MGM Grand’s sports book, making it convenient to place a last-minute bet.
Hard Rock Cafe
The Hard Rock Cafe is known for rockin’ music, delicious American cuisine and an impressive collection of music memorabilia. Pair that with the excitement of the Las Vegas Strip and you have the ultimate destination for football fans to eat, drink and enjoy the Big Game. Spanning over 42,000 square feet, the venue invites guests to experience three towering floors that include a patio, lounge, concert hall and interactive “Rock Wall” to digitally search memorabilia at other Hard Rock Cafe locations. If past years are any indication, guests can expect an open premium bar, special game day menu and a guaranteed seat included in the admission package.
Las Vegas Strip Clubs Showing The Big Game
Hands down the best place for guys to experience the Big Game in Las Vegas is at a gentlemen’s club. Expect a few of our favorites to offer deals and incentives to get football fans in the door. Take a virtual tour or book a strip club by submitting your online form: HERE
Sapphire (5 minutes west of North Strip)
Sophia’s (3-5 minutes west of Central Strip)
Crazy Horse 3 (5-7 minutes west of South Strip)
Most gentlemen’s clubs will show the Big Game with packages ranging from general admission to VIP. Check with each club in advance (or check back to this page as game day approaches) for details. Generally speaking, you can expect pre-event discounts, complimentary admission, tailgate buffets, raffle prizes and football on high-definition television screens.