Where to Watch the Super Bowl Downtown

Where to watch the Big Game in Las Vegas

By Zoneil Maharaj

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If you’re looking for places to watch The Big Game — or just looking for some food and drinks to take for your in‑home bash — we’ve got you covered!


18bin hosts a Game Day party starting at 3:30 p.m. Reservations required.


With 17 televisions, you won’t miss any of the action at Kickers.

Gold Spike

Gold Spike is going all out with a special package featuring a buffet, drinks and raffle prizes.

Cork and Thorn

Arts District wine bar Cork and Thorn hosts an intimate viewing party with BBQ from Braeswood BBQ.

Braeswood BBQ

Speaking of Braeswood BBQ, Chef G Fresh is taking pre‑orders for his Game Day meal — $100 gets you 36 wings, two racks of ribs, chips and queso and two sides.

Inspire Las Vegas

Inspire Las Vegas hosts a tiered Big Game bash with viewing on the 20‑foot screen. For $20, you get admission with two top shelf drinks, $25 gets Bud Light or Michelob beer buckets, $30 upgrades you to Corona or Modelo, and $35 gets you hookah. Hit the website for reservations.

Able Baker

You won’t have to re‑up if you grab one of  Able Baker Brewing’s Super Bowl cases. It’s $60 for six four‑packs and 24 16 oz. cans.


Chef Natalie Young’s turning the fryer back on for The Big Game with a six‑piece fried chicken meal for two. Pre‑orders are open now, with pickup on Sunday.

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