Here's a guide to this year's Big Game Bash
It’s Vegas. Time to place your bets. Whether you’re rooting for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, Super Bowl LV is promising to be extra exciting this year — even if only a limited number of fans are being allowed inside Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. So plan to watch The Big Game like a true Las Vegas local. Here are top places to help make this year’s Super Bowl a championship showdown to remember.
3215 S. Rancho
The new warehouse-like entertainment space is hosting a Game Day 360 viewing party at The Portal with the action enhanced with 3D-like effects and projection mapping. Tables for up to four people begin at $500 with plenty of drinks and food by Todd English available.
Green Valley Ranch
Henderson locals will be flocking to Green Valley Ranch to catch the game at the casino sportsbook or as part of a viewing party inside Borracha. Reservations are required with a $95 food and drink minimum. Packages to-go (starting at $60 for groups of four, six or eight people) include taco platters, carne asada sliders, chicken quesadillas and more.
301 E. Fremont St.
Head to the heart of Fremont Street Experience where The D will host a watch party on the 12th floor of the hotel tower. Admission covers unlimited food and drink, plus on-site wagering. Private man caves are also available with TV screens and comfortable seating in an exclusive area. Book online for the latest prices and details.
707 Fremont St.
Grab a seat on the lawn and watch every minute of Super Bowl LV on three viewing screens. Between plays, take advantage of Game Day specials from Downtown Container Park tenants like Downtown Terrace, Pizza Zazza, Waffelato, Las Vegas Kettle Corn and more.
7825 Blue Diamond Road
The brand-new bar and restaurant is already proving to be a hotspot for residents in Mountain’s Edge and Southern Highlands. Check out El Luchador’s south-of-the-border cuisine and agave spirits collection for yourself with a Super Bowl party in both the main dining room and outdoor patio. An all-you-can-eat-and-drink package begins at $100 per person.
4250 Koval Lane
Ellis Island has a couple options for watching football’s biggest championship showdown. The viewing parties at the Front Yard and Village Pub & Cafe are already sold out, but you can still enjoy a BBQ party or center bar seating — both with unlimited house beer from the on-site brewery — for $200 per person. Buy tickets in advance online.
Red Rock Resort
Hearthstone is adding a special Game Day menu to its regular offerings with a food and drink minimum of $85. The restaurant also has a Fan Feast to go with pulled pork and chicken sandwiches, pigs in a blanket, wings, Caesar salad and chocolate cookies. The package is good for parties of four ($100), six ($150) or eight ($180) people.
1031 S. Rampart Blvd.
The Summerlin-area restaurant has a few fun dishes to celebrate the Big Game: a crudite tray, buffalo wings, beef sliders, buttermilk fried chicken sliders and BBQ baby back ribs. Take ’em all to go with the $170 Touchdown Package, which feeds 6-8 people with options to add Midnight Rambler cocktails or peanut butter brookies.
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Sickies is a fun spot with 50 different burgers (including the infamous Glazed Doughnut Burger) and plenty of bar food favorites. A special Happy Hour will run during the Super Bowl with $1 off beer (domestic pints or talls) and house wine, as well as select appetizers for $5.99. It’s right by the Town Square playground, where kids can burn off some energy while the adults watch the game.
4480 Spring Mountain Road
Brian Howard and the team from Sparrow + Wolf are offering a variety of takeaway packages for watching the Super Bowl at home. They include four different gourmet hot dogs (previously served at the Las Vegas Ballpark by Howard’s FlyDog concept), a grill-your-own burger kit with dry-aged patties, Gronk Smash cocktail and locally brewed beer by Able Baker. Order online by Feb. 4 for pickup Feb. 5 or 6.
Head to Circa where you can check out the Big Game on massive high-def screens at the world’s largest sportsbook. However, if you really want to party in style, the Stadium Swim rooftop deck will be showing every play on an even bigger digital video wall. Packages begin at $175 for a VIP lounge chair, $1,000 for a VIP daybed up to four people, $3,000 for a VIP booth up to 10 people, $3,500 for an eight-person sky box, and, if you’re a real baller, $15,000 for a Super Cabana that has its own television and courtyard. Inquire online about food, drinks and other perks in each package.
1020 E. Fremont St.
The Vegas Test Kitchen brings the football season to an end with a sports bar spin on special menus by Banichka, Bodega Bagel, Sliced, This Mama’s House and PopnPie, plus cocktail add-ons. Game Day packages are available for dine-in or carry out. Browse prices and selection online.