Folks who will be spending their Super Bowl Sunday in Las Vegas should have no problem finding a place to watch the big game on The Strip or otherwise. Every bar, hotel, and casino in town will be throwing a party or some kind of event to celebrate the national sports holiday that'll be happening on February 2, 2020.
It should come as no surprise that the Super Bowl is a major event in Las Vegas, seeing as Sin City is a mecca for sports betting (and every other kind of betting, for that matter). Rest assured the bars, sportsbooks, hotels, and eateries will all be full of fans rooting for their team and trying to win a penny.
The chances of snagging a seat or a drink at the sportsbooks on this special Sunday are slim to none. The parties that'll occupy bigger clubs and bars are a much better bet.
- 13th Annual Big Game Party: It may be held at Westgate Resort & Casino, but this annual Super Bowl rager has become an entity of its own. The ticket includes everything from access to an all-day buffet and drinks to guaranteed seating and door prizes. You can even start tailgating here hours before the game.
- The D Casino & Hotel: Sign up ahead of time for The D's Big Game Bash and you can even opt for a private viewing party in your own little man cave. This will get you unlimited "stadium food," VIP seating, and several screens for you and up to 14 others. You can also join the rest of the crowd in the D Ballroom for unlimited barbecue, drinks, and camaraderie.
- Downtown Las Vegas Events Center: The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center's Watch Zone calls itself the "location of 'friendly' competition." Private man caves are available here, too, each including a big-screen TV, leather couches, and access to beer pong and corn hole. Private tables can be reserved, too, so you won't have to worry about finding a seat (rest assured there won't be many).
- Crazy Horse III: Of course there's a gentlemen's club hosting a Super Bowl party in Las Vegas (why wouldn't there be?). On Super Sunday, the dancers take advantage of the football theme by dressing up in cheerleading costumes. A VIP ticket will get you access to the open bar, VIP transportation to and from the venue, entry into the $5,000 raffle, and more.
- The Cromwell: The Cromwell is a sprawling three-star hotel with tons of things happening on Super Bowl day, including a party at its boutique sportsbook, buckets of beer and an all-you-can-eat buffet at Interlude, a more luxurious gathering at Bound (it's cocktail lounge), and more.
- Brooklyn Bowl: This lounge-like bowling alley has a big game package that includes an all-you-can-eat buffet of their famed Southern comfort food, as well as unlimited Bud Light drafts and well drinks. There's also a package that includes food and drink for 10 people, your own room and your own server, but no bowling.
- Carmine's in The Forum Shops: Who knew Caesars Palace's token lasagna joint could throw such a rollicking sports party? If you'd prefer to take your touchdowns with bottomless penne alla vodka and chicken parm, then pay extra for the Tailgate Buffet. Pay more and it'll include drinks as well.
- Beers and Bets: Beer and Bets is a very low-key sports bar that shares a beer garden with Umami Burger next door. Its Big Game Bash viewing party will feature more than 50 flat-screen TVs, a giant video wall, and delicious game-day fare. VIP tickets will get you unlimited food and drink, a dedicated server, and guaranteed seating.
- Señor Frogs at Treasure Island: The Vegas outpost of this frozen margarita franchise is throwing its own Super Bowl party. A ticket includes guaranteed seating, an open bar, and all-you-can-eat taco platters. You'll go home with a Señor Frogs cup and a rally towel for souvenirs.
- Cabo Wabo Cantina: $200 gets you bottomless booze, seafood mac, guac sliders, and wings at Cabo Wabo inside the Miracle Mile Shops. The restaurant's signature margaritas, sangrias, and handcrafted cocktails are all included in the all-you-can-drink deal.
- The Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas: Celebrate the Big Game with a German twist. The servers at Hofbrauhaus are always dressed in dirndls and lederhosen and the beers are brewed to German standards. This restaurant's Super Bowl party features all-you-can-eat schnitzel (and whatever else is on the buffet menu) and an open bar for $165 per person.