10 Sports Bars In Las Vegas

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    What Do You Need From Your Las Vegas Sport Bar?

    Burger and beer at TAP Vegas
    Zeke Quezada

    Las Vegas is a sports town; naturally, you need to find a place to sit down to watch a few games. There is no shortage of options when it comes to food, drink, and televisions in Las Vegas but these spots each do a little something different and special so you should have them on your sports bar radar.


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    A Sports Bar To Work On Your Golf Game

    Lounge and Play At Top Golf Las Vegas
    Luke Quezada

    Topgolf Las Vegas is not exactly a sports bar but if you were a sports bar this is what you would want to be when you grew up. Over 300 TVs, two pools, giant screens on the range and a few bars to fulfill your every need. Also, you can place a bet, hit a golf ball and have excellent food. Need more? They have VIP hitting bays as well as common areas with entertainment to fill your time between watching your teams.


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    A Sports Bar Above The Las Vegas Strip

    The Beer Park At Paris Las Vegas

    If you need a spot right on the Las Vegas strip well then you can be just above the crowds at Beer Park. Located at Chateaus Night Club at Paris Las Vegas this is home to plenty of beer and enough televisions to keep your sports addicting satisfied and enough beer options to keep your wandering palate in check. There is an onsite sports book, beer specials as well as a brunch and barbecue menu to keep you fed throughout the game. They boast about their smoker and their selection of over 100 beers to go along with their 10,000 square foot deck.


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    Beer and an Observation Wheel to Go With Your Sports

    Yardhouse at LINQ Las Vegas
    Zeke Quezada

    Beer lovers can enjoy an endless supply of taps and food lovers can feast on above average food for a chain restaurant. The Yard House is popular in various posts around the country but with a location at The LINQ and at Town Square this is a good option for the sports bar crowd. There are plenty of TVs and enough space to catch a few games. These locations are good for those sports fans who may be accompanied by others who not inclined to watch 7 hours of sports in one afternoon. Diversions make for happy marriages when it comes to Sunday football viewing.


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    Casino Action in the Form of a Sports Bar at the Linq

    Photo by Zeke Quezada

    TAG Sports Bar The LINQ is a beer lover's dream mixed in with a sports lovers fantasy. Sports betting, round the clock games from around the planet and beers pouring of a menu sprinkled with good suds from all around the world. You also get table game gaming action as well as hologram blackjack dealers. Best of all, they have pour your own draft tables that enable you to keep your beer mug full during your entire visit.

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    The Sports Book That Feels Like A Sports Bar

    Caesars Palace Sports Book Las Vegas
    Zeke Quezada

    It’s not a Sports Bar but it feels like the greatest place on earth to watch sports. The Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book with its gigantic LED video wall and its full range of technology aimed at helping you watch and bet on sports is perfect for a full day or game day action. They have cocktails and they have food but you also have the option of feeding yourself at the nearby food court and relieving your thirst at the many bars within eye-shot of the Sports Book.


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    Sports Bar Or Strip Club?

    Yes, Crazy Horse III is a strip club. Ok, maybe they like the term “Gentleman’s Club” but you cannot argue with game day drink specials and massive big screens that make football viewing more attractive than the girls prancing around as part of their “Topless Tailgate” parties that happen Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays for the duration of the 2016 NFL and NCAA seasons. To be fair to the ladies who are working the room, it’s safe to say that attention will be paid to the entertainers during timeouts and halftime.


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    Games To Go Along With Your Games

    BeerHaus at The Park Las Vegas
    Zeke Quezada

    You are not lonely surrounded by televisions at Beerhaus at The Park Las Vegas but the diversions pile on with giant Jenga, foos ball and connect four to go along with an extensive beer menu. As a beer hall it is just right for a long day of sampling beers and snack able menu items but toss in the sports component and now you have reason to prolong your drinking games.


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    Do You Need More Than Fried Shrimp And Beer at A Sports Bar

    Burger and a Beer at TAP Vegas Inside MGM Grand Las Vegas
    Zeke Quezada

    If fried foods are a requirement for a good sports bar well then Tap Vegas inside MGM Grand Las Vegas is where you need to park yourself for long days of sports viewing. The restaurant has a great beer list but their bar food options are designed for sharing. Look around the room and there is no wall space that does not have a television screen so you won’t miss a game and you will not go hungry or ever get thirsty. 


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    A Sports Bar With A Beer Garden And Umami

    Umami Burger could stand alone as a place to watch a game and have a meal but at SLS Las Vegas they added in a sports book and a beer garden to go along with plenty of televisions and a strip side view. This can be a bit more of a party atmosphere so bring your game day patience if you really want to concentrate on a game. The beer is good, the burgers are excellent and if you place your bets wisely you can probably leave ahead of the game.

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    Stadium Seating At The Sports Bar

    Lagasses's Stadium at Palazzo Las Vegas

    No list of Las Vegas sports bars would be complete without a mention of Lagasse’s Stadium at the Palazzo Las Vegas.  It has everything the sports fan needs, stadium seating, VIP areas, huge food menu, cocktails, and sports betting. If there is something else required from a sports bar I can’t think of it. Oh, cheerleaders? Well, go to Crazy Horse III for that.