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3 Touchdowns' Worth of Football in Las Vegas
As summer ends and fall takes over, every football fan in the country gears up to draft their fantasy football team and start watching their favorite pro and college teams take the field. Las Vegas becomes football central as fans gather around the big screens in sports books, bars, and restaurants up and down the strip, ready to cheer on their team. Las Vegas football means drink and food specials as well as very comfortable locations to watch an entire weekend of football games with friends.
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Lagasse's Stadium at Pallazo Las Vegas
If you are a fan of football and a fan of Las Vegas, you probably already know all about Lagasse’s Stadium at Palazzo Las Vegas. It is the place with stadium seating, a sports book, and great food. The sports bar and book has more than 100 HD TVs, including the main TV that measures 9 feet by 16 feet, so you’ll be able to see each and every play up close. Televisions are stationed throughout the venue so you can be sure that no matter where you sit you will have access to as many games as you can handleContinue to 3 of 15 below.
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Cabo Wabo Cantina
Cabo Wabo Cantina turns its second-floor loft into a mecca for football fans. The fun goes through the entire football season, pro and college games are on all the screens, and it has plenty—200-inch video grid, a 200-inch projection screen, two 80-inch high-definition TVs, and 25 high-definition TVs throughout the cantina. Drink specials include Dos Equis beer buckets and daily shot specials, and the VIP lounge can be booked for groups of up to eight people.Continue to 4 of 15 below.
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Umami Burger at SLS Las Vegas
The view from the beer garden at Umami Burger at SLS Las Vegas is of the Strip, but once the football games get started all eyes are on the more than 50 TVs in the restaurant and sports book. It also has a 120-square-foot HD screen. This is where you go for football, brews, and burgers mixed in with a little sports betting. The Umami Burger Beer Garden and Sports Book is open daily.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Crazy Horse III
Do you really like football so much you would look away if an attractive woman was dancing right beside you? Well, put that theory to the test at Crazy Horse III, where football season brings along “Topless Tailgate” parties. Las Vegas football fans can watch games on the huge 70-inch and 100-inch flat-screen televisions while lovely ladies dance on the nearby stages. The club sells season passes that entitle football viewers to free drinks and food during select times and games.Continue to 6 of 15 below.
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Mandalay Bay Las Vegas
Watching a game at Mandalay Bay Sports Book affords you the ability to walk over to Della’s Kitchen to have a burger or to have a deli sandwich delivered to you in your VIP luxury box. The sports book has 17 large-screen TVs as well as any numbers of ways for you to put money on a game. If you love to bet on sports and football is your passion, this is a good spot for you.Continue to 7 of 15 below.
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Pub 1842 at MGM Grand
The big booths at Pub 1842 at MGM Grand make for comfortable football viewing, and the bar area is right for socializing and lamenting the inability to get the crucial first downs when your team needs them. Drink specials for your football viewing pleasure include a Bottomless Bloody Mary Bar and 12-ounce drafts of Goose Island. Weekday happy hours also bring some good drink specials and an extensive list of finger foods that make you comfortable even if your team disappoints you.Continue to 8 of 15 below.
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Yard House Las Vegas
The Yard House has two locations that work well for visitors of the Las Vegas Strip. Head to Town Square or the LINQ and you can enjoy drink specials and food deals while watching football on the multitude of screens that surround the entire restaurant. If you like beer, you'll be happy with the selection, which includes more than 160 to choose from.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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South Point Hotel
South Point Hotel may be a bit south on the Las Vegas Strip, but it is getting in on the football fun with plenty of incentives to get you to watch more games. In the South Point Showroom, guests can enjoy Monday-night viewing parties with drink specials that include bottomless Budweiser and Bud Light drafts, five-beer buckets of Budweiser and Bud Light, and drafts of Budweiser and Bud Light. During NFL games South Point Casino bars also offer drink specials. The Poker Room gets in on the fun with random drawing during football games when teams score poker players win. It will also have a Pro Football Squares giveaway for select games throughout the season.Continue to 10 of 15 below.
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Double Barrel Saloon at Monte Carlo Las Vegas
Big screens, cold beers, and plenty of distractions can be found at Double Barrel Saloon at Monte Carlo Las Vegas. It has football viewing specials that seem to go all day and into the evening. Breakfast starts at 9 a.m. for those early East Coast games and includes a breakfast burrito with smoked applewood bacon, scrambled eggs, crushed potatoes, and salsa verde and breakfast sliders with barbecued beef brisket, fried egg, and chipotle mayonnaise.
During the day the football specials are just as good with items such as pulled pork nachos, Buffalo chicken wings, pulled pork Sammie, and Double Barrel burgers. Beer and drink specials are also offered during pro and college football games.Continue to 11 of 15 below.
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Tilted Kilt at LINQ Las Vegas
The Tilted Kilt at LINQ Las Vegas is getting worked up about football with drink specials that include NFL Bud/Bud Light, Heineken, Newcastle, Dos XX Lager, and Dos XX Amber specials during games, along with bloody mary, mimosa, and domestic draft specials during NFL Saturday and Sunday games with purchase of breakfast. There are College Coors Light specials Saturdays until 5 p.m. and a small bites menu during football games.Continue to 12 of 15 below.
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Aria Las Vegas
The bar at Five 50 Pizza at Aria Las Vegas has a few televisions to catch a game, and you can get pizza by the slice. The Aria Sports Book is right next door, so you can place a bet and have a good meal at the same time. This is a fairly cheap option if you don’t plan on sitting around all day watching football.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Vdara Las Vegas
Vice Versa at Vdara is a sleek and smooth lounge that motivates you to stick around so if the game is on in the background you might be able to both watch a football game and have a conversation about your relationship or your day or whatever it is that people tend to ask you while you try to watch sports. Football drink specials include buckets of Stella Artois, Goose Island, Bud Light, and Absolut Vodka bloody mary. Add a heaping portion of Vice Versa nachos for a hearty football feast.Continue to 14 of 15 below.
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Rockhouse at the Venetian
If you are looking for a loud football party in Vegas, look no further than Rockhouse at the Venetian. The room has more than 80 TVs, and you can bet every game will be on and plenty of people will be cheering every holding call that happens. For $100, you get a guaranteed seat, all-day open bar, and an appetizer.Continue to 15 of 15 below.
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Luxor Las Vegas
If you are at Luxor Las Vegas you can head downstairs and find a spot in the wide-open Public House Luxor Las Vegas and camp out all day watching football. The food is good and possibly even good for you, and it offers drink specials and a decent happy hour. The screens are huge, and the crowd is just right for the average fan. If you are a fanatic who face paints you might not find your people here, but everyone else will do just fine.