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Top 10 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Las Vegas

Super Bowl weekend is three weeks away, and it has often been said that if you can’t be at the game, the second-best place to be is Las Vegas. There will be hundreds of viewing parties up and down the Strip and beyond on Super Bowl Sunday. Here are 10 for you to consider.

As always, we suggest you book early, as most of these parties will likely sell out soon.

10. Therapy
This American restaurant and bar in Downtown Las Vegas will be serving up beer and wings on Super Bowl Sunday. Guests can enjoy Therapy Spicy Wings for $14. You also have the choice of getting a bucket of selected imported and domestic beer for $25 or a $35 bucket of Therapy’s Guava Beer.

If you are looking for more of a private viewing party of the game, Therapy has the Loft, an the upper level that sits 50 people and overlooks the bottom floor that holds 100 people. If you reserve the Loft, you will receive 10% off all food purchased during your experience.


9. La Cave
Morton Group’s wine and food hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas is going to have a tailgate feast during its viewing party. Tickets are $129 per person.

Food selections include potato croquettes, short rib tacos, angus mini burgers and tomato mozzarella. A bottomless beverage package will be priced at an additional $90 per person, including house and premium spirits; red, white and sparkling wine; and draft and bottled beer.

8. PT’s Taverns
Want to enjoy Nathan’s Famous hot dogs? You can at any of the 60 PT’s Taverns locations, including several spots in Las Vegas, beginning at 3 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.

Hot dog selections will include a regular hot dog, priced at $3; a New Yorker, served with brown mustard and sauerkraut, priced at $4; Chili and Cheese, topped with chili and shredded cheddar cheese, priced at $5; and BC & B, a bacon-wrapped hot dog topped with beer cheese, priced at $6. Discounted food selections priced at $6 will include Sriracha chicken bites and loaded potato skins; $7 selections will include a half-pound pub burger and chicken parmesan sliders; and flatbreads, including three-cheese, meat feast, the Gilroy and buffalo chicken, will be priced at $8.

Not only is food the main attraction for the Super Bowl party, but Golden Rewards guests will benefit even more from the offer. PT’s Taverns will be giving gaming point multipliers for Golden Rewards guests, with Bronze and Silver level members receiving five times the usual points and Gold, Royal and Royal Elite level members receiving 10 times the usual points.

7. Beer Park
Starting at 2 p.m., Beer Park’s rooftop bar and grill at Paris Las Vegas will offer exclusive viewing packages for up to 10 guests throughout the highly anticipated game. Packages include guaranteed seating and access to buffet-style food stations serving nachos, hot dogs, bratwursts, soft pretzels, pizza and more. To go with all of that food, Beer Park has a beer selection of over 100 beers and 36 on tap.

On top of all of that, the Strip-side bar and grill will offer live betting on its in-house sportsbook kiosk. Guests can also enjoy billiards and foosball while taking in the game. Tickets to Beer Park’s viewing party are $200 plus taxes and fees, and can be purchased online.


6. Chateau
Chateau, located inside Paris Las Vegas, will offer a variety of viewing packages for up to six guests, which will include guaranteed seating and buffet-style food selections.

Along with views of the Fountains at Bellagio and of the Strip, Chateau will be offering views of the game on multiple high-definition televisions at the rooftop bar.

Tickets to Chateau’s rooftop party for the game start at $100 plus taxes and fees and may be purchased online.

5. South Point Hotel Casino and Spa
The Las Vegas resort is ensuring all-day entertainment for guests who take part in the viewing party. Doors will open at 10:30 a.m. so guests can choose a preferred seat.

The food specials at South Point are tough to beat with $1 hot dogs, $1 popcorn, $3 pizza slices, $5 chicken wings and more.

Enjoy a $5 cocktail or $25 bucket of six beers while you place a bet at the on-site wagering locations at South Point during Super Bowl LIII.

Of course, the sportsbook at South Point is well-known for having veterans Jimmy Vaccaro and Chris Andrews behind the counter, as well as serving as home to the VSiN studios.


4. Cabo Wabo Cantina
Located at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, the football fiesta will include an all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet for $200 per person. Buffett offerings will feature tailgate favorites like hot dogs, sliders and a build-your-own tacos and nachos station. All-you-can-drink options include Cabo Wabo’s signature margaritas, handcrafted cocktails, and draft and bottled beers.

Viewing parties are completed with high-definition screens displayed throughout the cantina, including a 200-inch video grid and 200-inch projection screen.


3. SLS Las Vegas
On the far north end of the Strip, SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino will provide football fans with everything they need.

With viewing parties at Umami Burger Beer Garden & Sports Book, The Sayers Club, Monkey Bar and Paradise Lounge, guests can enjoy the game any way they choose – from individual bar seating to small parties to larger groups.

Viewing party packages include reserved seating with big-screen game viewing, a dedicated server and an all-you-can-eat buffet with unlimited Bud Light. Guests can also enjoy easy access to multiple William Hill betting stations to make their picks.

Pricing begins at $75 for individual bar seating at Paradise Lounge and goes up to $1,250 for VIP couch seating at Umami Burger.

2. The Cosmopolitan
Not only will The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas be having viewing parties on 3 February, but the resort will also include a betting preview on 1 February. From 3-4 p.m. on 1 February, The TC Martin Show on Fox Sports Radio will host a preview for bettors, featuring tips and predictions from a panel of experts comprised of former New York Giants head coach Jim Fassel, Las Vegas handicapper Scott Spreitzer, vice president of CG Sports Book Jason Simbal and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ vice president of casino operations Brian Benowitz.

The Super Bowl viewing party will have the bar open from 8 a.m. to 4 a.m. with the betting windows opening 30 minutes prior to the bar.

Guests can catch every second of the game in style and comfort at the Race & Sports Book, with LED video walls, dozens of HDTV screens and mobile wagering. Centered around a 90-inch high-definition television, a combination of lounge-style seating areas, traditional betting stations and VIP areas are available for booking.


1. Westgate SuperBook
Westgate Las Vegas Race & Sports SuperBook, the world’s largest sportsbook, is once again hosting its annual Super Pigskin Party.

The VIP Pigskin Viewing Party at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino is an invite-only event that is held at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Doors open for that event at 2 p.m.

There is also a free viewing party, beginning at noon, which will be held at the Westgate’s iconic International Theater in the main and balcony levels. Concession stand stadium food and drinks will be available throughout the event.

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