ESPN Zone in New York - New York - CLOSED

Zeke Quezada

THE ESPN ZONE IN LAS VEGAS HAS CLOSED ITS DOORS

The space at New York-New York Hotel and Casino has been replaced by a Tom's Urban and has great outdoor seating and plenty of spots for watching a game. The menu is more diverse and the over all quality has been improved.

If you need a spot to watch football there are plenty of them in Las Vegas with one of my favorites, TAP Vegas atop the list. If you just need a spot for beers in Las Vegas check out one of the many pubs on the Las Vegas strip.  Las Vegas has plenty of options for food so there is no need to fret about ESPN closing their themed restaurant.  Make sure to stop by Shake Shack at New York-New York as that is also housed in generally the same area as the previous ESPN Zone.

This area is adjacent to the Park Las Vegas that is also home to the T-Mobile Arena where the Las Vegas Golden Knights of the National Hockey League play their home games. Along The Park Las Vegas bars and restaurants such as Beer Haus and Sake Rok cater to the Las Vegas visitors looking for some raucous fun.

Location: NY/NY Hotel and Casino
3790 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone: (702) 933-3776

Cuisine at ESPN Zone Las Vegas: American Favorites

Reservations: Not Recommended

Price Range: $10 - $50

Hours: Monday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Friday 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – 12 a.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Attire: Casual

 

What it’s like at ESPN Zone Las Vegas?

The bar is perfect for watching a game. The dining room can get loud but what were you expecting at a sports bar. Upstairs seems to be the best place to have a good time after dinner. There is a bar and the "sports arena" to keep you busy while your favorite team battles on the multitude of screens around the place.

This is a good alternative to the Sports Book which is right outside the entrance to the ESPN Zone. While you have to pay for your own drinks at the restaurant you wont have a neck ache from looking straight up at the giant screens. If you want to place a few bets, walk over drop your cash and then go back to a comfortable stool and a multitude of screens inside the ESPN Zone.

How’s the food at ESPN Zone Las Vegas?

I never complain about wings and beer, and they do both quite well as I sit around watching sports. The menu is diverse enough to satisfy almost anyone. Don't waste your time with anything that would seem out of place at a sports bar. Example: Steak done up with a vegetable that you rarely have at home, pass. Burger with extra cheese with a side order of nachos. Exactly what you should order.