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Here's where you can watch football in Las Vegas

Posted: 11:39 PM, Aug 26, 2016
Updated: 2016-11-24 19:30:19Z
Here's a list of great places to catch professional and college football around the Las Vegas valley. If you're looking for a bar and/or restaurant that supports your favorite team, head to the bottom of this list.
 
At Aliante hotel-casino , Hungry fans may eat up, stadium-style, at the Nathan’s Famous hot dog cart that will be stationed in the Race & Sports Book during all games. The hot dog cart will feature Nathan’s classic hot dogs which are priced at $3 for one, or two for $5. And because no game is complete without a cold beer, guests may enjoy $2 Budweiser and Bud Light bottles, along with all other beers for $3 each. Also, $5 Stoli cocktails, including bloody marys, will be available during each game. Drink specials will also be available for purchase inside ETA Lounge.
 
Beer Park will host Monday Night Football events throughout the season. The bar offers over 100 beer options, with 36 brews on tap, as well as an extensive selection of handcrafted beer and liquor cocktails.
 
Cabo Wabo Cantina , located inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, will welcome the 2016 football season by transforming The LOFT into “Fiesta Football Central” during regular season NFL games and select NCAA games beginning Thursday, Sept. 8. Fans will cheer on their favorite NFL teams on several flat-panel big-screen TVs, including a 200-inch video grid, a 200-inch projection screen, two 80-inch high-definition TVs and 25 high-definition TVs throughout the cantina.  Drink specials will include Dos Equis and Heineken beer buckets, priced at $21. For Sunday night games, the LOFT will become football central, featuring an exclusive Football Fiesta from 5 to 9 p.m. during regular season games. The football-fueled party will feature half-off specials on signature appetizers, pours of Espolon tequila, Cabo Wabo house margaritas, and sangria.
 
Crafthaus in Henderson will be showing every Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints games all season long with food trucks each game day. If either of those teams aren't playing, the brewery will be airing other games.
 
CRUSH inside MGM Grand Hotel & Casino is celebrating the new NFL season with a season-long menu.  The menu, offered through Sunday, Jan. 1, features Short-Rib Sliders made with bread and butter pickles and Carolina slaw, priced at $16 and grilled chipotle BBQ chicken wings, priced at $15. Domestic beer pitchers will also be available at $19.99. Fans are invited to enjoy these selections while rooting for their favorite teams on the multiple high-definition televisions throughout the restaurant.
 
Dave & Busters  has more than 30 HD, big-screen TVs, and a 360-degree sports bar to catch every game. Not-to-be-missed specials include Happy Hour (Monday – Friday from 4:30 – 7pm); Late Night Happy Hour (Sunday – Thursday from 9pm – close); Two For Tuesday, which includes $2 select beers, $2 Tacos and 2 Free Game Plays (open – close) and Half-Priced Games every Wednesday (open – close). Dave & Buster’s is open at 9 a.m. on Sundays to ensure you don’t miss a second of your favorite game. The hot-shop also features $5 appetizers and $3.50 for 22oz Bud/Miller beers on game days.
 
Flour & Barley at the LINQ Promenade created a delicious new pizza to kick off the NFL season. Their Frito Pie is made with chili, cheddar cheese, onions, and Fritos topped with sour cream and chives.
 
Tailgate specials at Gold Spike start every Sunday at 9 a.m. including $15 beer buckets, $5 Jack & Cokes, $5 Absolut Bloody Mary's, $5 Casa Noble shots, and $3 Bud Light drafts. The venue offers stadium-style seating, multiple HD projector screens, and sponsored giveaways throughout the games.
 
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino offers drink specials during football games, including Ketel One Vodka Bloody Marys for $9.99 during morning games and Bud Light Beer Buckets for $14.99. They also offer Captain Morgan Canon Blast Shots for $2 during every touchdown and a free shot with every safety.
 
Hussong’s Cantina at The Shoppes at Mandalay Place and Boca Park is celebrating football season with touchdown specials on pro football game days. Highlights include game day grub such as $5 house nachos and $3 tacos, plus all day happy hour every Sunday. Also, guests can imbibe with $24 beer towers; $12 pitchers or $3 drafts (all featuring choice of Corona Light, Pacifico, Modelo, Negra Modelo); as well as $18 bottomless mimosas.
 
Jerry’s Nugget Casino is throwing back-to-back parties every Sunday and Monday throughout the regular season. Bettors making a minimum $10 bet will receive access to the Party Zone at the Sports Book, which includes seating to watch the game, drawing tickets to win cash and various prizes like UNLV Rebel tickets, gift cards, and other gifts. Party Zone food and drinks include $1 hot dogs, pizza slices, and $1 Michelob and Michelob Light beers, plus $2 Estrella Jarisco beers.
 
Join Pizza Rock every Sunday for a Rockin’ Blitz Brunch affair. From kick-off to final whistle, guests are invited to come watch Sunday NFL games live inside both Pizza Rock locations, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enjoy bottomless mimosas or sangria for $15, or an Italian Bloody Mary for $10, along with brunch favorites such as the classic two-egg breakfast, biscuits and gravy, double sausage and eggs pizza, or Veggie Me Delicious.
 
Lagasse's Stadium combines Emeril Lagasse's signature cuisine and kicked-up game day eats with more than 100 HD TVs including a 9 foot x 16 foot main TV, luxury boxes, plush stadium-style seating, billiard tables, and an outdoor patio just steps from the Strip. Also, Chef de Cuisine Scott Pajak has created unique football menus that pay tribute to the team's competing each week on Monday and Thursday-night televised games. The menu showcases team-inspired dishes throughout the season. Reservations are encouraged. Call (702) 607-2665.
 
Lazy Dog  offers an NFL brunch good enough to sink your teeth into. Visit the restaurant on Monday nights during football season for Happy Hour from 3 p.m. to close and weekends for brunch until 2 p.m. with $5 brunch cocktails. Lazy Dog will show all football games plus offers free Wi-Fi for guests! Visit www.lazydogrestaurants.com/promotions for more details.
 
After cooling off inside Minus5 Ice Bar at The Shoppes at Mandalay Place, the “coolest” ice bar in Las Vegas, guests can catch all the games from college to pro football teams at Minus5 Ice Lounge. Every game, every week, guests are invited to warm up inside the all-new ice lounge featuring 14 TVs and game day specials such as 2 for 1 Sky, Espolon & Wild Turkey; $10 shot & beer; free giveaways; 2 for 1 ice experience entry, all season long.
 
Montecristo at Caesars Palace is offering Fantasy Football 101 with Matthew Berry, a crash-course with insights on the upcoming 2016-2017 season, on Aug. 28 at 2 p.m. Featured beverages at the event include Belvedere Wild “Matthew” Berry and Pure + Hennessy shot add on.
 
Monday Night Madness has returned to The Orleans with free football viewing parties inside Bourbon Street Lounge and other casino bars. Food and drink specials will be offered every Monday night, including $15 buckets of beer, $4 drink specials and $1.50 hot dogs. Plus, The Orleans will host official jersey and Budweiser giveaways during Monday Night Football games.
 
Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant , located in Downtown Summerlin, is kicking off the 2016 football season with viewing parties and a “Tailgate Happy Hour” for regular season NFL games beginning Sunday, Sept. 11. Pancho’s will show NFL games on high-definition televisions spread throughout its cantina. The “Tailgate Happy Hour” will be offered exclusively in the restaurant’s festive cantina from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every Sunday, featuring half-priced select appetizers and drink specials, including: $1.25 off draft beer, $2.25 off house and flavored margaritas, $3 off well cocktails and $3.20 off house wines.
 
For those that need a place to host their Fantasy Football Draft Party, PBR Rock Bar & Grill offers $25 beer buckets, $35 100 oz beer towers, and $7 appetizers. Email info@pbrrockbar.com for reservations. PBR Rock Bar also offers wall-to-wall TVs during football games, as well as drink and food specials.
 
Rockhouse  will open at 8:30 a.m. every Saturday and 9 a.m. every Sunday throughout football season. Grab a tailgate platter with your friends for $35, or check out the open bar for $100.
 
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Flavor Flav returns to Rockhouse Las Vegas on Sept. 11 to host a Sunday Football Watch Party and fan meet and greet. Flavor Flav’s Chicken is on the menu, and Flav will be meeting fans, serving his famed fried chicken and autographing copies of his book, “Flavor Flav: The Icon The Memoir,” for those who join him at Rockhouse. Guests are invited to come out to Rockhouse before kickoff of the Sunday night game and mingle with Flav, stay for some chicken, and enjoy opening weekend of pro football! The meet and greet will take place from 4 to 6 p.m.
 
Sabatino's Authentic NY Pizzeria  will be showing every NY Giants game and is one of the few restaurants where a family can go to enjoy a game together. Game day specials include 20 percent off the Giant XXXL pizza, 10 percent off all large pizzas and 15 percent off the Giant calzone or stromboli. Other specials include $14 large Sabatino's Signature Pizza; $10 personal breakfast pizza; 2 NY-style Giant char-grilled hot dogs and fries for $10.95; 69 center wings; 2 Giant slices and any draft beer for $7.99; a five-beer bucket for $12; $9 draft pitchers and $10.50 premium pitchers; and chances to win free pizza and gift certificates. Anyone wearing a team jersey will also receive a free order of garlic knots.
 
Searsucker Las Vegas  is offering an extended Happy Hour menu during football games, as well as an Early Eats menu that runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday until Oct. 16. The menu includes Tortilla Ranchero with queso fresco, sunny side eggs, and ranchero sauce; a breakfast burrito with chorizo, smoked bacon, and Vermont cheddar; and pork belly hash with red potato and Sriracha.
 
Slice of Vegas is kicking off the pro-football season with food and drinks specials available throughout the season. Guests can enjoy $20 buckets mix and match (Corona, Corona Light, Modelo); $4 pints/$16 pitchers/$26 towers of Miller Lite; $4 pints of New Belgium Citradelic and 805; $5 bloody mary’s and margaritas; and $4 shots of Jameson or Fireball. Guests can watch the games on any of the 14 big screen TVs.
 
South Point hotel-casino is offering specials and parties throughout the NFL season. The South Point Showroom will host weekly Monday Night Pigskin Viewing Parties throughout football season, beginning on Monday, Sept. 12. During all viewing parties, guests can win exciting cash prizes while enjoying drink specials, including bottomless Budweiser and Bud Light drafts for $15, five-beer buckets of Budweiser and Bud Light for $12, $5 Coors Light drafts, $5 Jose Cuervo shots and $4 Fireball shots. Throughout September, the featured drink of the month is Crown Royal Honey, with shots available for $4. Also, food specials will include popcorn for $1, hot dogs for $1, pizza for $3, Italian subs for $4 and wings for $5. Doors for the viewing parties will open at 4:30 p.m. Additionally, throughout professional football season, South Point bars will offer drink specials, including Budweiser and Bud Light drafts for $2 and five-beer buckets of Budweiser and Bud Light for $12.
 
Every Sunday and Monday, Sunset Station hotel-casino invites guests 21 years or older to the property’s free football viewing party, to be held inside Club Madrid. The parties are hosted by sports book experts Chuck Esposito, director of race and sports book operations for Sunset Station, and Brian Blessing, host of Sports Book radio, am 1400 KSHP. During all games, there will be specials on food and drink, including $1.50 Bud and Bud Light, $1.50 hot dogs, $5 bucket of beers, $5 packs of five hot dogs, and a $3 special on a beer, hot dog and chips combo. Other specials include a $4 24-ounce Bud Light draft, $2.50 shots of Jack and Jack Fire, $3 nachos, $2 pizza slices and $6 for 10 chicken wings. There will also be giveaways throughout the season.
 
Therapy  is offering special menu items during the 2016 football season, including wagyu beer burger sliders, French Dip sliders, chicken fried popcorn, portobello mushroom sliders, and veggie empanadas.
 
Tom's Urban literally has something for everybody with its unique and eclectic blend of the world's favorite street foods. From signature dishes such as the Slopper and Asian Crispy Duck Wings to America's favorite streets food like burgers, buffalo wings, sandwiches, and more, there's something for everyone – perfect for any Thursday, Sunday, and Monday football games. Located off the casino floor, near the New York-New York sportsbook, guests are invited to enjoy prime game watching on over a dozen HD TV’s available inside and on the patio at Tom’s Urban.
 
Topgolf Las Vegas is hosting Thirsty Night Football along with 98.5 KLUC's Chet Buchanan. Fans can expect drink specials, giveaways and themed food specials depending on which teams are battling it out that night. The venue has more than 300 HDTVs, including the four massive 28 feet x 50 feet outfield screens and a 14 feet x 48 feet screen in The Yard.
 
Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book  at SLS Las Vegas invites sports fans to celebrate the return of football season with fantasy draft deals, a kick-off party, and unbeatable game-day specials during all college and professional games throughout the season. Mitch Moss and Mike Pritchard with Las Vegas’ ESPN Radio will broadcast live from Umami Burger from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. every Wednesday starting September 14.
 
On Sept. 8 and Sept. 11,  Via Brasil Steakhouse  is offering two free Rodizio Dinners to a lucky football fan who can correctly guess the final score of the game. The restaurant is also offering free buckets of beer to groups of four or more, and $25 off the check with the purchase of two or more Rodizio Sterling Dinners. 
 
Wildfire Gaming is hosting College Football Clash, a free college football contest offering $500 in weekly cash prizes. To play, guests pick 10 teams against the line. Points are given for each winning selection, and the weekly prize money will be awarded to the contestant with the most points at the end of the week. The grand prize winner at the end of the season will receive a trip for two to the 2017 Rose Bowl Game.
 
If you are looking for a bar that supports your favorite team, here is a quick list:
 
Baltimore Ravens
Crab Corner (Rainbow Boulevard)
 
Buffalo Bills
Anchor Bar
Johnny Mac's
Moon Doggies
Stake Out Bar and Grill
Time-Out Sports Bar
 
Chicago Bears
Chicago Brewing Co.
Goose Island Pub
Inn Zone (both locations)
La Piazza Restaurant and Bar
Shucks Tavern
Timbers (West Cheyenne Avenue)
Windy City Beefs N Pizza
 
Cleveland Browns
The Tap House
 
Dallas Cowboys
Bottoms Up Sports Bar and Grill
Mr. D's
 
Denver Broncos
Black Mountain Grill
4 Mile Bar
Jake's Bar
 
Detroit Lions
Cheers Bar
Crowbar (West Flamingo Road)
 
Green Bay Packers 
Big Dog's Draft House
Chilly Palmers
Jackson's Bar and Grill (also supports the Wisconsin Badgers football team)
Rum Runner (all 3 locations)
Timbers (East Lake Mead Boulevard)
 
Kansas City Chiefs
Blue Diamond Saloon
 
Miami Dolphins
BJ's Cocktail Lounge (East Tropicana Avenue)
 
Minnesota Vikings
Bailey's
Blue Ox Tavern (both locations)
 
New York Giants
Johnny Fontane's Beach House
Sabatino's Authentic NY Pizzeria
 
New Orleans Saints
7-11 Bar
Crafthaus
Lola's Louisiana Kitchen (both locations)
 
Oakland Raiders
Crowbar (South Rainbow Boulevard)
Legends Sports Bar & Grill
Lucy's Lounge inside Lucky Casino (booster club)
Shifty's
 
Philadelphia Eagles
Madison Ave. Bar and Grill
Torrey Pines Pub
 
Pittsburgh Steelers
Adrenaline Sports Bar
BJ's Cocktail Lounge (South Decatur Boulevard)
Noreen's Lounge
Timbers (North Durango Drive, Novat Street)
 
San Diego Chargers
Shooters Bar and Grill
Surf City Bar & Grill
 
San Francisco 49ers
Lucky's Lounge (both locations)
Timbers (Azure Drive)
Hi Scores Bar-Arcade
Santa Fe Mining Company
 
Seattle Seahawks
Crafthaus
Crown & Anchor (Spring Mountain Road)
Old School Brewing Company
Timbers (West Horizon Ridge Parkway)
 
Washington Redskins
Crown & Anchor (East Tropicana Avenue)
Steiner's Pub (North Buffalo Drive)
 
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