These are the areas in Las Vegas the place you may nonetheless watch and wager on Tremendous Bowl Sunday
Still not sure where to watch the big game in Las Vegas? Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest betting and party days in town of the year. So it’s no wonder that many well-known sports bars are fully booked for Sunday’s match between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots in Houston.
Bettors poured a whopping $ 132.5 million into Nevada’s sports books during the 2016 Super Bowl game. The Nevada Gaming Control Board said this was a record, beating last year’s total by nearly $ 17 million.
Here are three places that might still have room for those looking to experience Super Bowl LI in Vegas in style.
The Palm Restaurant
An upscale steakhouse might not be a place for sports, but the 60-inch TVs in this restaurant, located in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, will be tuned to the game.
You must reserve a table for seating after 2pm. One dining option is the Sunday meal in the restaurant. For $ 49, guests can get a 9-ounce filet mignon, as well as a selection of jumbo crab cakes, Nova Scotia lobster, or coconut-crusted scallops.
Take your eyes off the screen long enough to see the huge new mural The Strip by Philadelphia artist Zack Bird.
Info and reservations: The Palm Restaurant, (702) 732-7256
B&B Burger & Beer
The Bison Bison Caprese Burger offers toppings with fresh mozzarella and a balsamic reduction. It is served on a ciabatta roll as part of the MVP package.
(B & B Burger & Beer)
The star chefs Joe Bastianich and Mario Batali run this burger bar, which, ideal for Super Bowl weather, is located next to the sports betting in the Venetian.
Guests can stop by, but to make sure you get a seat, it’s best to buy two all-you-can-eat-and-drink deals.
For USD 200 per person, the MVP package includes a special menu that features burger specialties as well as sweet chilli chicken wings and cheese fries.
Info and reservations: B & B Burger & Beer, (702) 266-9977
SuperBook has 19 windows in which you can bet on Super Bowl LI.
(Westgate Resort & Casino)
The racing and sports book at the off-the-Strip Westgate Resort & Casino (formerly Las Vegas Hilton) has a huge indoor LED video wall.
Off-the-Strip Westgate Resort & Casino has room for 400 bettors in its racing and sports book with a huge LED video wall.
(Westgate Resort & Casino)
You can join 400 other serious gamblers while betting on one of the 19 windows or interactive terminals at each seat.
Info and reservations: SuperBook, (702) 732-5111
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