Super Bowl Parties

With every bar, nightclub, restaurant, and strip club worth its salt hosting some kind of “Big Game” event, we doubt that there’s a complete list of options anywhere, but what follows is our pick of those parties that stood out as offering something of interest, loosely grouped by area. Obviously, any party that involves making a reservation may already be sold out, so if something you see piques your interest, call ASAP to find out and bag a spot while you still can!


Of course, there will be a “scene” in every casino race and sports book, not to mention all the sports bars and restaurants, the but here are some highlights, presented in no particular order:

Monte Carlo has several venues to note. Score Sports Bar, located in the vicinity of the sports book, is hosting a Big Game Party, with a taco cart and drink specials on Corona, Heineken, Bud, Patron, and Crown Royal. Meanwhile, The Pub will offer an all-you-can-eat tailgate buffet, with an optional premium open bar, with raffle giveaways throughout the game, including team jerseys. Diablo’s Cantina will have two floors of viewing, with VIP couches, giveaways, and drink specials starting at $5.

Aria will have all-you-can-drink Bud Light and Goose Island draft for $25 at FIVE50 Pizza, with a choice of endless Jack Daniel’s or Don Julio for an additional $10 upgrade, while the Race & Sports Book and Sports Bar will have $25 five-bottle buckets of Bud Light and Michelob Ultra, plus a beer-and-shot combo “You Call It” special.

Options at MGM Grand include VIP tables at Michael Mina’s PUB 1842, where the Big Game Viewing Party includes a “Bar Table” option or a “Beer Tap Table”, which comes with a self-serve keg. All “VIP” patrons receive an all-you-can-drink open bar and dining specials.

The LINQ Promenade and Hotel have several options. Guy Fieri’s Kitchen will serve a buffet of his signature dishes, all-you-can-drink Miller Lite and Coors Light, raffle prizes, and shot/drink specials with each touchdown. Inside the hotel, you’ll find an all-you-can-eat buffet located near TAG Sports Bar, for $40 cover beginning 2 p.m. and running until the five-minute warning of the fourth quarter (an extra $10 bags you a reserved seat, too). Admission bracelets will be sold at TAG, O’Sheas, and Catalyst Bar.

Paris will host a viewing party at Chateau Nightclub, with packages starting at $125/person. There will be TVs throughout the club for your viewing pleasure, plus tailgate buffet, and bottomless beer from 3 to 6 p.m.

Mandalay Bay will host a party at the Foundation Room, with doors at 12:30 p.m. Sunday and quarterly giveaways, domestic buckets and drink specials, a special game-day menu, and other prizes, starting at $40 for a single-day member pass (which includes two complimentary drinks). Crossroads restaurant and bar is hosting a tailgate party for $39 (upgrade to an all-you-can-drink package, too, for $89), with multiple viewing screens. VIP upgrade packages also available for parties of 15 or more.

At Venetian, two of the notable parties include Bourbon Room, where guests will be able to view the Big Game on 20 large-screen TVs. Doors open at 2 p.m. with $100 food-and-drink minimum/person. At Buddy V’s, for $35 enjoy an Italian-inspired tailgate party, with meatballs, Italian subs, Buffalo wings, sausage and peppers pizza, mini cannolis, and Italian cookies, with buckets of domestic beer for $20 (six bottles) and multiple TVs showing the action in the bar. At TAO, general admission tix are available for $65 for either buffet only or open-bar only; upgrade to $125 to enjoy both the open bar and the buffet, which will feature Kobe sliders, pork belly fried rice, shrimp, and more. There are two options at V Bar: For $100 it’s standing-room only, or fork over another $50 for a seat. Both choices will include a premium open bar and all-you-can-eat buffet. The event begins at 2 p.m. Lagasse’s Stadium at Palazzo is a prime viewing spot, built for events like this with a 9-foot-by-16-foot giant screen, and 100 others, but we’re pretty sure all seats here will be sold out by now. It’s worth a shot, though…

SLS Las Vegas has various options, including Umami Burger’s Big Game Bash. The event will feature more than 50 TVs, indoors and out, with a 120-square-foot screen in the William Hill Sports Book. The ticketed event includes a $10 free bet per guest, with general admission to the beer garden prices at $60 (first come, first served seating), or $75 for an indoor seat. Reserved tables start at $200 for two (inc. $40 food credit). The Sayers Club will show the game on four 60-inch TVs and a projector screen, with an open bar from 3-6 p.m. and $10 free bet. GA (standing room only) is $60, with available upgrades up to a booth for eight, wit a $2,000 beverage minimum.

Bellagio’s Hyde nightclub has a GA open-bar package starting at $150, which includes an all-you-can-drink special from 2-5 p.m. (does NOT include reserved seating, which starts at $750 min. for a food-and-beverage package and table for three).

Tacos & Tequila at the Luxor is selling Big Game packages featuring edible fare including chips and salsa, chicken wings, quesadillas, and taquitos, plus an unlimited drinks package (including Dos Equis and Coors Light, as well as Jose Cuervo Tequila and Hangar One Vodka cocktails). Tickets are available from the Luxor box office through Saturday, Jan. 31, and at Tacos & Tequila on Sunday, Feb. 1.

Wynn will be festooned with viewing screens in pretty much every bar and restaurant, as far as we can tell, but some highlights include Eastside Lounge, where the hi-def screens will be accompanied by all-you-can-eat favorites, plus limitless drinks from a select beverage list, available from 2 p.m. for $150 per person. In addition, seating reservations in the Race & Sports Book are available from 2 p.m., starting at a $90 food-and-beverage minimum. Surrender Nightclubwill also have packages starting at $100 (and ascending to $35,000 for the “Hail Mary,” about which we are afraid to ask!)

For the fifth consecutive year, Rhumbar at The Mirage is hosting a Big Game Tailgate Patio Party, with all-inclusive food-and-beverage packages priced at $200.

Planet Hollywood has a few parties going on, including the one hosted by PBR Rock Bar, which will screen the game on no less than 105 HD TVs, with table reservations available for groups of two people, up to 16, and a first come, first served open-bar package.

Packages at the Hard Rock Cafe start at $200 (6 guests minimum), which includes private booth seating, unlimited Bud Light drafts and premium well drinks for the duration of the game, specialty appetizers, and unlimited baskets of their signature chicken wings, onion rings, and potato skins.


Boyd Gaming’s “Big Game” promos include: $2 Buds, $10 buckets of Bud, and $1.50 Vienna hot dogs at the Orleans and Gold Coast; a Big Game Party for Country fans, hosted by 95.5 The Bull, at Suncoast, and a free party at Sam’s Town, hosted by KOMP 92.3’s Carlotta, featuring beer and food specials and prize giveaways in the “Big Game Zone” on the second floor. Admission is free, just swipe your players card at a kiosk for your entry. Doors open at 1 p.m., with seating for 500 (first come, first served) and multiple giant screens.

Everything else may come and go at the Westgate Las Vegas, but the SuperBook remains consistent as the biggest baddest book in town, with its 30,000 square feet offering more than 300 seats, with 60 viewing monitors, including 28 large screens and one GIANT 15′ x 20′ monster. Get their early if you want to bag a spot.

Downtown’s historic El Cortez will host a “Big Game Watch Party” at the race & sports book and casino bars, featuring $1 hot dogs and $2 beers throughout the game.

South Point will host a massive viewing party, hosted by the showroom, exhibit hall, and grand ballroom. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. and the game will be shown on giant screens, with food specials including $3 pizza, $4 Italian subs, and $5 wings. Drinks specials and betting stations will also be available throughout, with a additional “betting squares” opportunities available to players in the poker room.

Just slightly off the Strip, at Hooters casino, the $75 admission includes buffet access, all-you-can-drink beer, wine, and well drinks, and a guaranteed seat to view the game. Party starts at 2:30 p.m.

Aliante will have an array of over-sized flat-screen TVs and an all-you-can-eat buffet for $25 from 2 p.m. on Sunday inside ETA Lounge. The party’s hosted by 97.1 The Point, and will also feature $2 beers and select $3 shots. Bottle service starts at $97.10 (geddit?!) The Race & Sports Book will celebrate the Big Game with $3 prime rib sliders (two for $5) and more than 300 prop bets.

Due & Proper at The District at Green Valley Ranch, will kick off the Big Game fun with the “Pigskin Finale,” featuring all-you-can-eat BBQ on the patio beginning at noon on Sunday, with hi-def TVs lining the wall for football viewing inside. Tickets are $25 per person, which include the BBQ, plus Coors beer specials, including $4 drafts and $15 buckets. Also at The District, Whist Stove and Spirits will feature “Super Brunch Sunday,” featuring a signature Grey Goose open Bloody Mary bar ($20/person), a-la-carte brunch menu items, beer specials, and a bunch of hi-def screens for your viewing pleasure.

The new Downtown Las Vegas Events Center (200 S Third St.) has a free viewing party for hotel guests at the D. The “Ultimate Man Cave” viewing bash will see the outdoor venue encased in a deluxe heated tent and tricked out with plush seating, numerous bars, stadium-style food (including American Coney Island), and plenty of big-screen HD TVs, plus easy access to the William Hill Pop-up Sportsbook located just steps away in the D Las Vegas’ lobby. VIP Table Packages, with unlimited food and drink, are available for groups of four or more (email for more information).

Silverton’s Big Game Party kicks off at 2:30 p.m., with $55 “all-you-can-eat-plus-2-drinks” tickets and the chance to win a 60″ HDTV, among other prizes.

Sporting Life bar (7770 S. Jones) has a $100 ticket to an all-you-can-eat pig roast, all-you-can-drink (wine, well, and draft) bar, plus lots of prize giveaways and reserved seating (first come, first served).

MADE L.V. (Tivoli Village) has game-day deals starting at 1 p.m., with all-you-can-eat menu items for $28, plus drink specials including $5 Bloody Marys and 6-bottle beer buckets for $20.

Home Plate Grill & Bar (4785 Blue Diamond Rd.) has a $20 all-you-can-eat pizza buffet from 3-7 p.m., which includes one pitcher of Bud Light or two shots of Jagermeister or Fireball. The bar will also have $2,500 in cash and prize giveaways, plus other pre-game contests for cash prizes.

Whist at The District in Henderson invites guests to “get Whist-ed” with a “Super Brunch Sunday” package, including a $20 Grey Goose Bloody Mary bar, food specials, and $4 drafts/$15 buckets throughout the day.

Crazy Horse III topless club will be celebrating its new sports bar with “game day” viewing-party tix starting at $75, which include pre- and half-time stadium-food fare, a bucket of beer or choice of three sponsored cocktails, two raffle tickets, and a LOT of strippers (they don’t necessarily come for free, however).

Treasures topless club has Super Bowl packages available from $65/person (booze only), up to a $125 option, which includes premium open bar and food from their acclaimed kitchen.

Sapphire hosts a Super Sunday party with main-floor seating starting at $75 and various upgrade packages available. See ToplessVegas, our adult sister site, for a comprehensive round-up of all the gentlemen’s club Super Bowl parties.