Where to eat and drink around Las Vegas this week
[Editor’s Note: Tasty Tuesday airs on KTNV Channel 13 on Tuesdays at 11:20 a.m.]
It’s almost time for the Big Game February 7, and what you are going to be eating is nearly as important as watching the teams who are playing. Here are three tasty options to ensure you score a culinary touchdown.
Dine in or Take Out at Tailgate Social in Palace Station
Tailgate Social, the new sports bar from Clique Hospitality in Palace Station Hotel & Casino with more than 30 televisions, is offering dine-in and takeout. If you are partying at home, pre-order and load up on a to-go meal with finger food favorites such as chips and salsa, pretzel bites, chicken quesadillas, loaded nachos, pizza and wings. The pizza is to-die-for at Tailgate. This sampler is available for parties of four to eight and is priced from $60 to $115. And because it’s impossible to not be thirsty while watching the Super Bowl, this deal includes a pack of Corona Premier or Bud Light. Pick up your feast on Sunday between 12 and 2 p.m. before the game. For those looking to dine in, doors open at 2:30 p.m., with kickoff at 3:30 p.m. Tables require a $65 food and beverage minimum.
Enter the Portal at Area15
Area15’s The Portal showcases the “Game Day 360” experience transporting guests into the middle of the Big Game with immersive, audiovisual, 360-degree, projection-mapped walls. Cheer on your team while enjoying a menu curated by Todd English. This is packed with entertainment from the pre-game to halftime surprises and lounge-style seating with table-side service. Guests can reserve a table for four people with a food and beverage minimum starting at $500.
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