Super Bowl Sunday at Wynn and Encore Las Vegas

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Wynn Las Vegas Race & Sport Book. Photo by Barbara Kraft

You are in Las Vegas on Super Bowl Sunday and you want to watch the game in comfort, with good food and a little bit of atmosphere but not an overblown fanfest of face painting and verbal cheers and jeers.

You’re the football fan that needs to head to Wynn Las Vegas for a scaled down approach to Super Bowl viewing in Las Vegas. You can watch the game in the classy comfort that is the signature of the Wynn and Encore resorts.

Super Game Day viewing options at Wynn and Encore Las Vegas

Eastside Lounge at Encore – I have spent more than my share of afternoons sitting with a cocktail looking out at the pool in this lounge at Encore Resort. It has a touch of luxury with a dose of casual that is precisely why you would be staying at Encore.
What They Are Offering For Super Bowl Sunday:

Tailgate in style at Encore’s ultra-comfy lounge surrounded by four big screens. All-you-can-eat gridiron favorites, plus limitless drinks from a select beverage list. $165. per person. (Not inclusive of additional beverages, tax or gratuities) Reservations starting from 2 p.m.

Allegro - Located just off the casino floor you can race over to the to the sports book and place your bets and then come back and watch the game while enjoying some game day grub. You can always use some pizza and beer during a football game.

What They Are Offering For Super Bowl Sunday:
Pizza and wings and sliders, oh my! Nine big screens and a menu of all-you-can-eat favorites make this Big Game bash an odds-on favorite. $135. per person. (Not inclusive of beverages, tax or gratuities) Reservations starting from 2 pm.

The Country Club - Maybe one of the classiest places in Las Vegas with a view of the golf course and a grown up lounge feeling that calls for stiff drinks and a refined sense of entertainment.

What They Are Offering For Super Bowl Sunday:

Settle into the clubby environs of The Country Club for a Big Game bash like no other. Feast from Chef Rene Lenger’s masterful buffet of tailgate favorites,while savoring specialties from his special Big Game menu.   $150. per person. (Not inclusive of beverages, tax or gratuities) Reservations starting from 2 pm.

Jardin - This is the newest additional to the food options at Encore Las Vegas.

What They Are Offering For Super Bowl Sunday:
Comfort food with a twist is in full bloom at Jardin;  seven screens and a menu of all-you-can-eat game-time fare. invite you to salute your team in stylish surroundings. $105. per person (Not inclusive of beverages, tax or gratuities) Reservations starting from 2 p.m.

The Lobby Bar & Café – If my wife has a choice this is where she wants to sit. Even if there was no football game on. It’s the casino bar that often feels like a boutique hotel bar. Toss in some football and its proximity to the Encore Casino and you have the recipe for a good place to watch and play at the same time.

What They Are Offering For Super Bowl Sunday:
Cheer on your favorite team while catching all the action on four televisions.  All-you-can-eat game-time fare, plus limitless drinks from a select beverage list. $150. per person.(Not inclusive of additional beverages, tax or gratuities) Reservations starting from 2 p.m.

Race & Sports Lounge - This is your ideal choice for the loud sports fan experience. Drink some beers, scream at the screens and make a few bets. This is what Las Vegas for the Super Bowl often looks like for people who have never experienced it. It is not for everybody but it is a lot of fun.

What They Are Offering For Super Bowl Sunday:
At the Race & Sports Lounge, game time favorites and beverages are provided with a food and beverage minimum of $75 for seats and or a $125 food and beverage minimum for table purchase. No reservations necessary.

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