Almost everything that you need to know about the Superbowl in Vegas. Whether you are a football fan or not Superbowl weekend in Las Vegas is a fun time. Make sure that you plan ahead to make sure that first, you get your bets in and second that you go to the best place for your group to watch the game. Super Bowl Weekend is a big weekend in Las Vegas and every place from restaurants, strip clubs to nightclubs will be showing the game.
I think that the last super bowl party that I went to was the Cosmopolitan party in the Chelsea Ballroom and the year before that Hyde Bellagio. There is a big difference between the “VIP” parties that the hotels put on for their high rollers, the strip clubs, sportsbooks, and the viewing parties at a nightclub. The hotel VIP parties are invited only, so I am only covering the nightclubs/restaurants, sportsbooks, and strip clubs.
The viewing parties are priced at a per person price with a couple of different tiers that you can choose from. If you are coming with a group of people you are going to want to make sure to reserve your tables in advance because the tables will sell out.
Viewing Parties that are Better than a Sports Book
While your first premonition is to go right to a sportsbook to watch the game I would recommend hitting up the sports book at your hotel to place your wagers and then ponying up the money for one of the all-you-can-eat-and-drink parties that will be everywhere on the Las Vegas Strip. They usually range from no cover and a cash bar to $200 depending on the location for open bar and an all-you-can-eat buffet. If you want to go crazy you can always throw down a bunch of bottles with your group at the Marquee Dayclub Dome for their ‘Q Bowl.’
If you insist on watching the game in a sportsbook then check out the top 10 sportsbooks in Las Vegas. They include the Bellagio, Planet Hollywood, Caesars Palace, Lagasse’s Stadium, LVH Super Book, Mirage, Wynn, Golden Nugget, and the Aria. Just because almost every hotel on the strip has a sportsbook doesn’t mean that they are going to be a good place to watch a game.
Lagasse’s Stadium is the best of both worlds when it comes to sportsbooks and viewing options if you do not want to go to one of the nightclub viewing parties.
Where to Watch the Super Bowl on the Las Vegas Strip
Hyde Bellagio Super Bowl Party at Bellagio Las Vegas
The nightclub with the best views of the Bellagio Fountains has had a great Super Bowl packages that start at standing room only hosted/open bar from $150-200 per person.
Marquee Dayclub Dome at the Cosmopolitan
If you want to mix a Super Bowl party with a Las Vegas pool party the check out Marquee Dayclub Dome with open bar for $65.00 per person, buffet only for $65.00 or get the buffet & Open bar for $125.00 per person.
Surrender at Encore Las Vegas
If you are staying at the Wynn/Encore and you don’t want to leave the property then Surrender is the place that you are going to want to go to. The package pricing from $150.00 to 35k that range from open bar to seating for 20 with bottle service, mixers, buckets of beer, and of course champagne.
Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip
Hard Rock Cafe is hosting a Big Game party with a five-hour premium open bar, game day food, and guaranteed seat to watch the game for $175. The party begins at 2:30 p.m.
Rockhouse at The Venetian
Starting at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Rockhouse will offer an open bar package with guaranteed seating for Super Bowl. For $200, guests will enjoy an open bar, guaranteed seat, $25 in food credit and raffle prizes. Guests can also reserve entire tables at Rockhouse.
Kahunaville at Mirage
Watch the game on giant HD TVs and enjoy drink specials and giveaways. For $50 admission you’ll also get a buffet featuring a carving station, spicy chicken wings, pasta, hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and dip, desserts and more.
PBR Rock Bar & Grill at Planet Hollywood
Starting at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 7, PBR Rock Bar will offer an open bar package with guaranteed seating for Big Game 2016. For $175, guests will enjoy an open bar, guaranteed seat, $25 in food credit and raffle prizes. Guests can also reserve entire tables.
Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas
The Beer Park will host a Big Game party beginning at 2:30 p.m. with indoor and outdoor seating available. For $150, guests can enjoy the open bar with domestic beer and well drinks as well as pizza, wings, nachos and hot dogs.
TAP Sports Bar at MGM Grand
There’s no tapping out when it comes to The Big Game. Place your bets, we call dibs on the winner. Check out TAP Sports Bar in MGM Grand for all-you-can-eat and drink starting at noon for $200.
Franklin Lounge at Mandalay Bay
This is a low-key venue if you are not looking for anything over the top. No cover, no need to overspend or overeat. This event is for a classic time with your buddies. Claim your seat with a reservation or stumble on in, walk-ins are also welcome too.
Lavo Italian Restaurant at the Palazzo
Lavo Italian Restaurant in the Palazzo is throwing a classy Super Bowl event starting at 1 p.m. For $180, you can get your hands on grilled baby lamb chops, smoked tomato barbecue pork ribs and a lot more fancy menu items.
Michael Mina’s PUB 1842 at MGM Grand
Michael Mina’s PUB 1842, inside MGM Grand, is hosting The Big Game VIP experience starting at 2 p.m for $200.
STK Las Vegas at the Cosmopolitan
If you’re looking to keep the Vegas party vibe but still want to see the Super Bowl, STK has got you. They have 70-inch TVs and all-you-can-eat and drink for $195 per person.
Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book at SLS Las Vegas
Check out the Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book with more than 50 large TVs you’re guaranteed not to miss a single thing. Tickets start at $75 for all-you-can-drink beginning at 2 p.m.
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas, for $125 each, this bar has an all-you-can-eat and drink special menu. Check out this great hall for the best football game of the year.
Tom’s Urban at NY NY
They have a nacho bar and pizza. Starting at 2:30 p.m. for $149 per person, this all could be yours.
They are throwing a huge Super Bowl fiesta with prizes, an all-you-can-eat buffet and unlimited margaritas. For $122 per person starting at 3 p.m.
Slice of Vegas
Who doesn’t like pizza and football? For $141, you’ll feel right at home with the unlimited pizza, wings, hot dogs and an unlimited supply of alcohol from 3 p.m. to the last blow of the whistle.
Sapphire’s Gentleman’s Club
They have a couple of different packages for you to choose from and while Sapphires is a strip club their Super Bowl party vibe is way different than the normal strip club atmosphere. The packages include everything from transportation, front-of-line admission, tailgate-style buffet, a waived cover charge, and seating in the main room with HD screens with game audio.
Sapphire’s also runs a number of raffles and giveaways throughout the game. In addition to the raffles, you can check out Sapphire’s Cheerleaders and take advantage of the dollar dances at halftime.
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