Where to watch the Big Game in Las Vegas
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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 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.
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.
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.