Where to watch the Big Game in Las Vegas | 2018

Superbowl LII will take place on February 4 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. And the best place to see the game is at U.S. Bank Stadium, obviously.

But if you can't make it to Minneapolis for the Big Game, there are still plenty of options to watch it in Las Vegas.


Aliante hotel-casino is hosting Big Game viewing parties throughout the property. That includes an all-you-can-eat tailgate buffet at the ETA Lounge, as well as a la carte food and drink specials from the Sports Book and Marilyn's Lounge.

Alibi Ultra Lounge at ARIA hotel-casino will be hosting a Game Day party, complete with hi-def monitors for optimum viewing. Football fans are invited to snack on quality food offerings during game time, which includes Game Day classics among more creative innovations such as the Boarwalk Fries. Doors open at noon. Subject to capacity, designated standing areas will be available to guests. Guests must be 21 or older to enter.

Executive Chef Enzo Febbraro is offering an Italian twist on all-you-can-eat tailgate favorites at Allegro. Selections include chicken parmigiana sliders, meatball sliders, truffle fries, pepperoni & Margherita pizza, mini lasagna, and more. Tickets are $150 per person, not including beverages and tip.

Starting at noon, Atomic Liquors will be tapping some new beers from Southern Glazer's, as well as raffling off free swag every quarter including BBQ grills, lawn chairs, Jameson Snuggies, and Absolut blankets. The Kitchen will also provide complimentary game time grub including wings, chips, and salsa.

Beer Park's Big Game celebration is offering buffet-style food stations with nachos, hot dogs, bratwursts, soft pretzels, chips and salsa, onion dip, guacamole, pork rinds, and more. There's also over 100 beers and 36 drafts on tap. Tickets start at $125.

Brooklyn Bowl is serving up an all-you-can-eat buffet, and all-you-can-drink Bud Light draft and well drinks starting at 2 p.m. Tickets range from $75 to $2,000 depending on what kind of package you're looking for, including bowling lane reservations and private rooms.

Buddy V's Ristorante has a special $49 all-you-can-eat menu including Grandma’s Meatball, Hoboken Italian Subs, Buffalo Style Wings, “Sausage & Peppers” Pizza, Mini Cannolis and Italian cookies. A la carte options are also available. $22 mix & match beer buckets (six per bucket) are available with a choice of Bud, Bud Light, Newcastle, Coors Light, Michelob Ultra, and Corona. Available in the bar and lounge only.

Cabo Wabo Cantina inside the Miracle Mile Shops will offer a variety of tailgate favorites with an all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet, priced at $225 per person. The meal includes hot dogs, sliders, and build-your-own tacos.

Charlie's Bar + Grill, which sits next to the newly redesigned Race & Sports Book at the Wynn, is serving up crowd-pleasing, all-American fare. Two seating options with an all-you-can-eat menu are available starting at $250 per person.

Gentlemen's club Crazy Horse III will host a Big Game Viewing party, complete with an open bar for the duration of the game, unlimited stadium tailgate fare, two raffle tickets and free transportation. Passes are available for $199 per person.

The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center is hosting their Big Game Bash, which has free admission. The venue will have stadium-style seating, food, and opportunities to reserve private "man caves" on the 12th floor of the D Las Vegas. Doors open at 11 a.m.

The Eastside Lounge at Encore is offering all-you-can-eat game time favorites in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere, plus unlimited drinks from a select beverage list. Cost is $175 per person.

Football food specials will be available at Eldorado Casino's Tequila Falls from 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Drink specials start at 3 p.m. and go until the end of the game. Plus, guests who get caught sitting on a "Hot Seat" from 2:30 p.m. until the end of the game will win $50 cash. Other prizes will be available throughout the game as well.

Gilley's Big Game Party is happening at Treasure Island. For $150, you get an all-you-can-eat buffet with items like BBQ Pulled Pork and Cheeseburger Sliders, Buffalo Chicken Wings, Handrolled Pork with Creamy Homemade Salsa, a Chili Cart, and a build-your-own Texas Nacho Bar. Bottomless drinks include all draft beers and premium cocktails. Doors open at noon.

Football legend Craig Morton will be signing free autographs at Gold Coast near T.G.I. Friday's on Feb. 3 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Then on Sunday, football fans can watch the Big Game on giant television screens throughout the Arizona and California Ballrooms. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. and drink specials include $15 buckets of domestic beers and $20 buckets of imported beers.

Hard Rock Cafe on the Las Vegas Strip is hosting a five-hour premium open bar and food stations featuring chef-selected game day favorites for $220 per person. The watch party starts at 2:30 p.m.

The Hard Rock hotel-casino is hosting a Super Sunday viewing event inside Vinyl starting at $125 per person. The all-you-can-eat-and-drink tailgate buffet features barbeque pork ribs, cheeseburger sliders, chicken wings, a pizza station, crab and spinach dip, and chips and salsa. The event begins at 1 p.m., and you can reserve a spot by calling 702-693-5505.

Hofbräuhaus is celebrating the Big Game Bavarian style starting at 2:30 p.m. until the end of the game. The all-you-can-eat and drink package starts at $125 if you buy online and $150 if you purchase tickets on Feb. 4. Select menu items include HB Mac and Cheese, buffalo chicken wings, Bavarian goulash soup, and the HB chili cheese dog.

Starting at $99, Hooters Casino will offer a Big Game Watch Party Package, which includes reserved seating in one of the five watch parties, unlimited Bud Light draft beer, and unlimited access to the Hooters Buffet. For an additional $35, guests can purchase an upgraded bracelet for all-you-can-drink well products. There will also be a tailgate party at the pool, with festivities starting at 11 a.m. The 2018 Hooters Calendars girls will be at the tailgate for meet-and-greets and to sign autographs. Advance reservations are encouraged and can be booked with Karen Quintana, 702-597-6008 or karenquintana@hooterslv.com.

The House of Blues is opening up the doors to the Music Hall at 3 p.m. with the Big Game viewing beginning at 3:30 p.m. The all-you-can-eat package starts at $70 and includes game day favorites like chicken wings, Carolina pulled pork, baked potato wedges, loaded mac and cheese, mini cupcakes, and more. You can add an all-you-can-drink package for a total of $135 per person. 

Visitors can watch the Big Game at Troubadour Bar inside Jokers Wild Casino on Sunday, Feb. 4. During the game, guests can also enjoy food specials from 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and drink specials from 3 p.m. until the end of the game. Plus, guests who get caught sitting on a "Hot Seat" from 2:30 p.m. until the end of the game will win $50 cash. Other prizes will be available throughout the game as well.

Starting at 2 p.m., JW Marriott will host a casino-wide Big Game Party at their Buffet, Grand Ballroom, Cascade & Palms Executive Conference Center, and an Elite Party location in the Valencia Ballroom. The general public can purchase tickets from the casino cage for $69, and $59 with a Rampart Rewards Card. Additionally, the Race and Sports Book will give a free t-shirt to anyone who makes a $20 bet. The Hot Dog Cart will open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with $1.25 dogs located at Promenade Café.

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway is serving up a Big Game feast starting at 2:30 p.m. Select menu items include sea bass tacos, Kalbi short-rib sliders, lollipop chicken wings, baked potato-style tater tots, and Angus mini burgers. The meal is priced at $129 per person, excluding beverages and gratuity.

LEVEL UP, an interactive gaming lounge at MGM Grand, is set to host its own event in honor of the pigskin showdown. Hi-def monitors will be available along with a variety of food options provided by the neighboring TAP Sports Bar. Doors open at 11 a.m. Guests must be 21 or older to enter.

Catch the Professional Football Championship Game at Lily Bar & Lounge at Bellagio hotel-casino. The intimate space will host several hi-def monitors for fans to enjoy while offering delicious Game Day snacks, including Lobster Tacos and Mac and Cheese Bites. Doors open at noon. Subject to capacity, designated standing areas will be available to guests. Guests must be 21 or older to enter.

Encore’s Lobby Bar & Café welcomes guests during the big game with all-you-can-eat game time fare, plus limitless drinks from a select beverage list. Cost is $150 per person.

MB Steak at the Hard Rock hotel-casino is serving up tailgate fare, prepared by Executive Chef Patrick Munster, starting at 2:30 p.m. Selections include petite filet mignon sandwiches, hanger steak nachos, brisket beef sliders, crispy rock shrimp, and roasted pineapple. Packages are priced at $125 per person, not including beverages, tax, and gratuity.

Nacho Daddy will have a $25 unlimited nacho bar, $50 at their Miracle Mile Location. The Summerlin location will also be serving $1 Coronas, $2 Fat Tire, $20 bottomless Daddy's Margarita from kick-off to whistle. Each store will have raffles with the grand prize being a jersey.

On Feb. 2 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., football legend Craig Morton will sign free autographs for fans inside The Orleans at the Race & Sports Book. Then on Feb. 4, guests can enjoy all-you-can-drink drafts and a buffet for $85 per person. There will also be free viewing parties at The Orleans Showroom and at the conference center, with doors opening at 1 p.m.

Pancho's Mexican Restaurant will have an array of discounted appetizers and drinks during its Big Game viewing party. Select items include crispy chicken drumsticks, beef taquitos, chicken flautas, Pancho's Nachos, and quesadillas. Drink specials include $1.25 off draft beer, $2.25 off house and flavored margaritas, $3 off well cocktails and $3.20 off house wines.

Drink specials at PKWY Tavern include $15 Miller Lite Buckets and $35 100 ounce Beer Towers. There will also be over 80 HDTVs throughout each location, including personal TVs at your own booth.

All Remedy's and Distill locations throughout the valley are serving up touchdown-worthy food and drink specials, and are giving away special prizes. Guests will enjoy noshing on their short rib or filet mignon sliders and can wash it all down with a 100-ounce chilled beer tower.

Rí Rá is offering sports bar food specials like Chili Dogs ($10), BBQ Nachos ($13), Sliders ($12) and the Appetizer Sampler Platter ($27), which includes ten wings, nine chicken bites and an order of bacon cheese fries. Guests can also watch the game from 10 different TVs throughout the pub's five rooms.

Guests can enjoy the all-you-can-eat taco bar at The Salted Lime for $20 per person while watching the game on large TV screens surrounding the restaurant's margarita bar. Food and drink specials include $2 Budweiser, $4 Mega-Ritas, $5 Patron-Rita Shakers, $4 Senora dogs, and 75 cent chicken wings.

B Connected members can watch the Super Bowl at "The Big Game Zone" at Sam's Town. Stadium food and Budweiser drink specials will be available throughout the game. To attend the party, members must swipe their B Connected card at any promotional kiosk to get their entry ticket. Seating is first-come, first-served for the first 500 people.

Sayers Club will convert into a football haven and stream the pigskin battle onto a big screen and various TVs. Open bar and food packages, with indoor and patio seating options, start at $75 per person and go up to $1,000 per person.

Searsucker has a Big Game Viewing Party starting at 2 p.m. that features an all-year-can-eat specialty menu. Select items include chips and dips, lollipop wings with buffalo sauce and blue cheese fondue, crispy pig's ears, beer-braised pork sliders with cheddar bacon, and Chef Steve's pastor street tacos. The VIP Man Cave Experience also includes an all-you-can-drink menu plus a halftime pig roast with all the fixings.

Silverton Casino Hotel's Big Game Crawl gives fans access to three bars and lounges, each with different menus and the options of all-you-can-eat and bottomless Miller Lite or premium open bar. Entry is $50, which gets you access to Mermaid Lounge, Shady Grove Lounge, and Mi Casa Grill Cantina.

The South Point Showroom, Exhibit Hall, and Grand Ballroom will host watch parties for the Super Bowl, with doors opening at 10:30 a.m. Fans can visit on-site wagering stations and enjoy a variety of food and drink specials. The party is free and open to guests 21 and older.

Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Fashion Show is hosting a big game viewing party for $99. The event features all-you-can-eat food and drink packages, which includes Sugar Factory’s goblets and specialty drinks, and multiple HD viewing big screen TVs. Doors open at 3 p.m. and guests can call to make a reservation at 702-685-0483.

The Suncoast will host a Big Game Party at the Suncoast Showroom, which features a live betting station, along with food and drink specials. You can get your free entry ticket at 9 a.m. on Feb. 4. Doors open at 1 p.m. and seating will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Top Golf will be showing the Big Game on more than 300 screens throughout the venue and inside the hitting bays. Couch seating is available to book for groups and includes a food menu package. A full-service sports betting window will also be on site. You can make reservations for hitting bays on level two and three by contacting LasVegasEvents@topgolf.com.

Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book is throwing a Big Game Bash from 2 to 8 p.m. for football fans 21 and over. You can catch the game on the LED video wall and take advantage of an open bar, hosted gameday fare, and giveaways. Tickets start at $75.

The newly redesigned Wynn Race & Sports Book has an expansive high definition LED video wall to see the Big Game. VIP luxury boxes are available with food and beverage minimums ranging from $5,000 to $8,000 depending on the location and size of the box.

The Center Bar at SLS Las Vegas will offer open bar packages at $50 per person, along with all-inclusive food and open bar packages for parties of four priced at $400.

Via Brasil Steakhouse will have all-you-can-eat meats starting at 2:30 p.m. Menu items include buffalo wings, sandwiches, nachos, meatball sliders and more. An open bar and buckets of beer will also be available throughout the game. Reservations are recommended.

Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback Bob Griese is making a special appearance at the Westgate hotel-casino during the Big Game on Feb. 4. They'll also serve Tailgate "To-Go" for $18.99 per person at the buffet, which includes a 20 oz. beer. Game Zones will be available throughout the property to watch the game, and you can also reserve a spot on the main floor inside the Westgate International Theater for $100 per seat, which includes an all-you-can-eat-and-drink package.

XS nightclub at Encore opens doors at 2 p.m. for the ultimate Big Game Viewing Party with a selection of packages starting at $150 and going up to $25,000. The basic package includes general seating and buffet-style food.


Wienerschnitzel is offering 25 mini corn dogs covered with sweet honey batter for $5 on Feb. 4. The offer is valid all day, and guests can get up to four orders of the mini corn dogs at participating locations.


M Resort is giving away two tickets to the Big Game in Minneapolis plus a $2,500 Visa Gift Card. To be eligible for the drawing, players must hit any four-of-a-kind combination on a 25 cent or higher bar top video poker machine at 32° Draft Bar, M Bar or M Vue Bar. The grand prize drawing will be held Jan. 21 at 8:30 p.m.

All guests who sign up for the Westgate SuperBook Mobile App will have a chance to win the Ultimate VIP Experience for the Super Bowl. That includes a VIP Box for up to eight people, $2,500 in food and drunks and couch seating for in-game viewing. The winner will be selected on Feb. 3 at 6 p.m.

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