The 2018 World Cup is underway and there are plenty of places to watch it in Las Vegas.
During World Cup, the Plaza will host free viewing parties at Brightside. The final match will be aired at 8 a.m. July 15.
Two Station Casinos properties are also celebrating the soccer world's biggest matches with free viewing and food and drink specials.
You can catch all the games in the sportsbook at Boulder Station .
Hofbrauhaus will show the final on July 15. Traditional Bavarian beer and German treats will be available, along with plenty of additional screens so fans can catch all the World Cup action.
The viewing party for the final match will start at 8 a.m. on July 15 at BEER PARK , which will show the soccer games on dozens of high-definition TVs throughout the venue and offer live betting at the in-house sportsbook.
Cabo Wabo Cantina is hosting viewing parties through July 15. Patrons can cheer on their favorite soccer teams while enjoying the cantina’s full breakfast menu, including some specialty dishes, such as the Huevos de Nachos, made with two fried eggs served over Cabo Wabo cheese nachos, topped with guac, sour cream and pico de gallo, priced at $12.95. Fans can also enjoy Cabo’s bottomless mimosas and Bellini special for $24.99; or beer bucket specials for $23.
Lagassi's Stadium has created a special World Cup Menu. It includes a warm Bavarian pretzel; spicy shrimp, tomato and vegetable gazpacho topped with avocado; beef stroganoff over penne pasta with toasted focaccia bread; green chili pulled pork street tacos with grilled corn, black bean pico de gallo, cilantro crème fraiche; and beer-battered haddock served with crispy french fries, blue cheese coleslaw and lemon caper tartar with malt vinegar. Lagasse's Stadium has 100 HD screens including a 9- x 16-foot main screen, luxury boxes, plush stadium-style seating.
PT's Entertainment Group is inviting all soccer fans to enjoy the games at their 59 taverns throughout the valley. Fans will be treated to half-priced breakfasts from 6 to 10 a.m. June 15 through July 15. Some of the breakfast selections include pancakes topped with powdered sugar and maple syrup, normally priced at $9, and steak and eggs, served with hash browns, normally priced at $15. PT’s will also offer a $3 special on Modelo pints and bottles throughout all of the matches.
Rockhouse inside The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian/The Palazzo is going international in support of the World Cup with drink specials so good they only come around every four years. During all world cup games enjoy $5 Jägermeister shots, $6 Heineken bottles, $20 mini meister buckets, and $25 Heineken buckets.
PKWY Tavern is celebrating the World Cup with specials including $5 Jagermeister shots, $5 Heineken bottles, $20 mini meister buckets, and $20 Heineken buckets during the games.
PBR Rock Bar & Grill at Planet Hollywood is going international in support of the World Cup with drink specials so good they only come around every four years. During all world cup games enjoy $5 Jagermeister shots, $6 Heineken bottles, $20 mini meister buckets, and $25 Heineken buckets.
ameriCan will also be offering $5 Jagermeister shots, $6 Heineken bottles, $20 mini meister buckets, and $25 Heineken buckets through July 15.
Miller's Ale House is serving lunch, starting at $5.99, with a side of soccer through July 15. The restaurant has more than 60 screens.
Crazy Horse 3 will host World Cup viewing parties and drink specials through Sunday, July 15. The gentlemen's club will have beer buckets priced at $20, and libations from around the world such as Cuba's Mojito, Italy's Negroni, Ireland's Irish Coffee, and Mexico's Margarita.