Top Ten Las Vegas Sports Books for Super Bowl XLVII (alphabetical order) :
All of the above Vegas sports books have what folks look for to accommodate Super Bowl game betting and watching. Check the provided links to obtain further info, including timing of specials and contacts.
Big Game Party Options :
Miller’s Ale House – All-you-can-eat / drink for $75
The Joint @ Hard Rock – All-you-can-eat and a bucket of beer for $49
Ainsworth at Hard Rock – $100 open bar and food package
America at New York-New York – $75 for bottomless cocktails, $100 includes buffet
Lavo at Palazzo – Attend LAVO Bowl with $75 open bar or $125 which includes an Italian buffet
Rockhouse at the Venetian – Open bar packages start at $100 ($60 for locals)
Cabo Wabo Cantina at Miracle Mile – All-you-can-eat-and-drink for $100 and up
Gilley’s Saloon at Treasure Island – Bottomless drinks and a finger-food buffet for $98
Bagatelle at Tropicana – $65 open bar package / $115 includes a buffet
Silverton’s Veil Pavilion – Unlimited food and drinks for $35
PUB at Monte Carlo – All-you-can-drink-and-eat packages for $175 – $400
Senor Frog’s at Treasure Island – Three food and drink packages ranging $60 – $99 per person
PBR Rock Bar at Miracle Mile – $100 unlimited drafts and well drinks/ $150 premium open bar; food costs an extra $50 per person
Rhumbar at Mirage – Big Game Tailgate party with drinks and finger food for $150
Public House at Luxor – All-you-can-eat finger food for $55 / $155 includes open bar
Crazy Horse III – $5 Crown Royal cocktails and $1 beer
Big Dog’s Brewing Company – $2 Leglifter pints, $4 drink specials, 2-for-1 growler refills, and numerous food specials
Railhead at Boulder Station – Get $6 wings, $5 nachos and sliders, $3 hot dogs, $4 pizza slices, and $20 Bud Light beer towers.
Casa Di Amore – All-you-can-eat-and-drink party for $150
Wicked Spoon Buffet at Cosmopolitan – Offering a $16 to-go box / $20 includes a bottle of beer ; includes all the food you can stuff in the box ; Sunday dinner buffets are $43 each.
Amigo’s at Fiesta Henderson – All-you-can-eat-and-drink-buffet for $24.99 (players club members)
Fiesta Henderson Sports Book – get $1 hot dogs, $1 Buds, 50-cent wings, $4 for half-pizzas, and $3 nachos. local time.
Check out our previous articles (linked below) to check out the least expensive Strip hotels for the Super Bowl celebration in Vegas.
Options for Super Bowl visitors include a ton of Big Game parties and a slurry of action at the numerous sports books in town.
Gold Spike (Downtown) – All-you-can-eat-buffet (finger food) plus draft beer for $8.95 from 3-6 p.m.
Lobby Bar at Green Valley Ranch – $25 all-you-can-eat food special with drink specials from 3-6 p.m.
Jerry’s Nugget – $2 sandwiches, $2 quesadillas, and $1 Buds.
South Point – Hosting 3 separate Big Game parties at the Showroom, Grand Ballroom, and Napa Ballroom. Food specials include $1 hot dogs, $3 nachos, and $4 boneless wings.
Society Cafe at Encore – Unlimited food for $95 per person with numerous drink specials
Sunset Station bars – Four separate bars will offer $20 all-you-can-eat-and-drink packages (stadium food)
Texas Station’s Star Lanes – The bowling alley will offer $1 hot dogs, $5 wings, and $5 chicken fingers. Admission is free, with drink prices ranging from $3 – 15 each. Comfort, efficient service, multiple viewing screens, and adequate seating are the main priorities. Kickoff time for the Big Game in Las Vegas is 3:30 p.m. We’ve compiled a big list of the party venue options and listed our version of the Top Ten Las Vegas Sports Books for the Super Bowl in Las Vegas. All bowling games will cost $1 during the Super Bowl game.
Charles Higgins. Due to demand, it is recommended that seats be grabbed early on Big Game day at the above sports books.
Super Bowl XLVII will be one of the biggest visitor draws of the year in Las Vegas. 3,2013) in New Orleans is only two weeks away, with the game pitting the San Francisco 49ers against the Baltimore Ravens. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has estimated that this year’s Big Game weekend will draw more than 286,000 football fanatics and game revelers, who are expected to generate just short of $100 million in non-gaming revenue for the city. Game day (Feb