Eat Your Way Through March Madness Viewing Parties

Score big-time with all the March Madness deals offered throughout Las Vegas

Are you wanting to join the March Madness frenzy? Restaurants, sports bars and lounges across the valley are offering deals throughout the March Madness season. Here are three local spots and one on-Strip locale to kick back and snack this week while viewing the tournament.

Station Casinos

Each of the Station Casinos are offering their own specials during the March Madness season. Tailgate Social Sports Bar & Grill at the Palace Station will host Buckets & Brews viewing parties for each weekend of the college basketball tournament featuring food and beverage packages.

The Buckets & Brews specials include:

Super 16 –  March 24-25 with a $50 food and beverage package

Only 8 – March 26-27 with a $50 food and beverage package

Last 4 – April 2 with a $50 food and beverage package.

Virgin Hotels

Money, Baby!, a multifaceted sports venue, is hosting viewing opportunities through April 4, featuring 360-degree views of the games on more than 200 HDTVs. If you’re craving Mexican food, Casa Calavera is offering a specialized menu until April 4. 

The limited-time menu includes delicious eats like calavera mac with queso fundito, chorizo and rajas served with tortillas, and much more. Plus they are serving Jack Daniel’s specials and buckets of beer. 

PT’s Tavern

Across all 62 locations throughout the Las Vegas valley, PT’s Taverns  is hosting March Madness viewing parties with giveaways and game day bites through March 31. 

Order a drink and you might win a prize. PT’s is giving one winner per day a Lifetime 50” All star portable basketball hoop and Spalding basketball. To enter the giveaway, purchase a Jack Daniel’s shot or cocktail for $5. 

For the foodies, PT’s is offering the Nothin’ but Net Party Pack for $55. The pack feeds groups and includes all the tailgate food essentials: boneless wings, mozzarella sticks, chicken skewers, shrimp sliders, fried pickles, fries, pretzel bites and your choice of sauces. If you are going solo don’t miss out on their Cajun shrimp po-boy sliders with fries. It pairs perfectly with an ice cold brewsky.

Resorts World Las Vegas

On the Strip, kick your feet up in a comfy recliner and indulge on light bites without missing any of the tournament action at Awana Spa / Relaxation Foot Spa Lounge. They are serving a variety of bento options, such as breakfast, vegetarian, cheese, and mediterranean. Pair your food with a refreshing glass of watermelon, apple or orange juice.

Redtail, a gaming lounge and restaurant, ishosting “Battle of the Brackets” events throughout the tournament season. For March Madness, they are offering a variety of sports viewing packages plus food and drink specials at the resort’s classic Nashville sports bar, Dawg House Saloon.For more details, contact the saloon about their special packages. 

Carversteak  at Resorts World crafted a March To Victory cocktail in honor of the basketball tournament; this specialty drink is made with Jameson Old Fashion Orange, chocolate and cardamom bitters, fresh mint, an orange peel and a basketball ice sphere. Don’t forget to snap a photo of this citrus sip. 

Whether you want to relax at the foot spa or grab tailgate bites and brews, there are   tons of slam-dunk options to choose from to celebrate March Madness. Don’t miss your shot at enjoying all the great deals and mouth-watering snacks this week.

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