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Where to watch: In Las Vegas, plenty of options on Super Bowl Sunday

Beer Park

Anthony Mair

Paris’ Beer Park is one of many venues on the Strip hosting a Super Bowl viewing party.

Updated Friday, Feb. 3, 2017 | 5:15 p.m.

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In Las Vegas you can watch Sunday’s Super Bowl from a rooftop on the Strip or a nightclub dance floor. The most challenging part: Deciding where to watch. We’ll try to help.

Here’s a sampling of a few bashes around town:

On the Strip

The Still at Mirage

There is a $250 food and beverage minimum per person at STILL at Mirage. Doors open at 2 p.m.

They have more than 50 craft beers and 27 televisions to enjoy watching from every angle.

LAVO Bowl at Palazzo

Doors open at 1 p.m. at LAVO Bowl inside The Palazzo. Open bar and buffet is $95 apiece, or $180 as a package.

Menu items include: spicy scarpariello chicken wings, grilled baby lamb chops, smoked tomato barbecue pork ribs and more.

Purchase tickets here.

TAO Bowl at Venetian

Doors open at 1 p.m. at TAO Bowl inside Venetian. Open bar and buffet is $85 apiece, or $160 as a package.

Menu items include: salt and pepper shrimp, pork belly fried rice, sliders and more.

Purchase tickets here.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar at Venetian is offering small bites such as wings, cheddar waffles, spiced watermelon, ham & cheese biscuits, smoked brisket biscuits and Mama’s chicken biscuits from kickoff until the last two minutes of the game. Buckets of Budweiser are $20.

Seating Prices: $100 for standing room at the bar, $150 for high top seating, and $800 for a five-seater couch

Beer Park by Budweiser at Paris

Watch the game on the 10,000-square-foot rooftop deck. Tickets are $175 per person and are valid for one guaranteed seat and access to buffet-style food stations. Beverages not included.

Planet Hollywood Restaurant at the Forum Shops

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Umami Burger’s Strip-side beer garden.

Tickets are $120 per person when bought in advance and $130 at the door. There will be an open bar from 2-7 p.m., which includes beer, wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Also includes a halftime buffet featuring wings, pizza, sliders, hot dogs and more.

Rhumbar at The Mirage

Tickets are $252.30 per person, all inclusive of taxes & service charge, and include an “all you can eat” tailgate buffet with cheeseburgers, bratwurst, nachos, pulled chicken sandwiches and more, and a premium open bar with unlimited premium well mixed drinks, Bloody Mary’s, frozen daiquiri & beers.

Q-Bowl at Marquee inside the Cosmopolitan

Partygoers can purchase an “all you can eat” buffet ticket for $65, an “all you can drink” ticket for $65, or both for $125. Tickets on the site are sold out but a limited number of tickets may be sold on game day.

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Senor Frog's grand opening and tequila toast with Robin Leach and Senor Frog's General Manager Primo Schoer on Cinco de Mayo (May 5, 2012).

Rockhouse at the Venetian

Tickets for the game-day party inside Rockhouse include an open bar package, and start at $175 for one person and go as high as $700 for a four-person table.

Umami Burger and Beer Garden at SLS Las Vegas

Tickets for Beer Garden admission only are $75 per person, and $120 per person for inside bar seats. Admission includes an open bar, giveaways and $5 to bet at the William Hill Sports Book.

Senor Frogs at Treasure Island

The bar inside Treasure Island features indoor and outdoor seating on two floors. Tickets are $120 per person and include an “all you can eat” buffet and a top shelf open bar.

Tilted Kilt at The Linq

Tickets are $195 per person and include “all you can drink” for the entire game, and one free appetizer per couple.

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An exterior view of the Cromwell looking westbound Monday, June 2, 2014.

Surrender Nightclub at the Wynn

Tickets for “The First Down” VIP seating are $150 per person and include full bar service. Tables range from $750 for “The Safety” table all the way to $35,000 for “The Hail Mary” table.

The Cromwell

Tickets range from $70 per person (which includes a bucket of five Miller Lite or Coors Light, or three well drinks and an all you can eat buffet) to $125 per person (which includes “all you can drink” Miller Lite, Coors Light and well drinks and a buffet).

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar at the Linq

Tickets are $150 per person and include “all you can drink” beer and well drinks. For an extra $25 the well drinks can be upgraded to premium liquor selections.

Burger Brasserie at the Paris

Tickets are $125 per person and include a tailgate buffet and unlimited beer, house wine and well cocktails.

Off the Strip

Aliante Casino

Aliante Casino will have free viewing parties in the sports book, R&S Bar and in ETA Lounge.

Drink specials include: Budweiser bottles are $2 and buckets are $15; $3 for other beer bottles and $20 for buckets. $5 Stoli and Jameson cocktails

Food specials include: $3 hot dogs, or two for $5.

There will be giveaways during the game.

PT’s Entertainment Group

The area's 51 PT’s Entertainment Group taverns — PT’s Pub, PT’s Gold, PT’s Ranch, PT’s Brewing Co., Sean Patrick’s, Sierra Gold and SG Bar — will have food, drink and gaming specials.

Chicken fries, beer battered shrimp, breaded pickle chips and pizza bites are each $5. Drink specials include: $2 pints of Budweiser or Bud Light, $3 shots of Casa Noble Tequila, $4 mugs of Budweiser or Bud Light and $5 pints of Stella Artois.

Golden Rewards Players Club members will receive 10 times the points from kickoff at 3:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. Club members also receive a match play bonus.

El Cortez

Spend $50 at the bar at Ike’s or The Parlour Bar at El Cortez, and watch the game of one of their big screen televisions.

Call (702) 385-5200 for reservations.


At the Plaza in downtown, the $150 party will include a buffet, open bar, raffles and remote sports betting stations inside the Sierra Ballroom on the third floor. Sports memorabilia will be on display and available for purchase.

The Plaza sports book, billed as the largest in downtown with 75 television screens, will also be showing the game.

Vinyl inside the Hard Rock Hotel

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Guy Fieri’s Guy’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar first-anniversary celebration Monday, April 13, 2015, at the Linq Hotel.

Eat, drink and enjoy one of America’s favorite past times as you celebrate The Big Game at Vinyl

Tickets are $125 per person and include an “all you can eat” tailgate buffet and “all you can drink” hosted bar featuring Grey Goose, Budweiser and Bacardi beverages.

Pizza Rock at Green Valley Ranch

Tailgate at Green Valley Ranch for brunch with $15 bottomless mimosas, sangria and Bloody Marys. Enjoy the game with a game time appetizer sampler and a $20 bottomless Bud Light pint.

Silverton Hotel & Casino

Watch the game at the party hosted by “The TC Martin Show” on NBC Sports 920 The Game. Tickets are $69 per person and include “all you can eat” food and two drink tickets.

Station Casinos

Station Casinos throughout the valley will have parties for VIP players, as well as food and beer specials open to everyone in all of the sports books.

Gold Spike Downtown

Tickets are $69 per person and include “all you can eat” buffet and “all you can drink” bar from 2-5 p.m. Reserved tables for four people are available for $350 and tables for six people are $500.

Becker Gaming

• At Charlie’s Lakeside on 8603 West Sahara Ave, there’s a $7 buffet which includes chicken, hot dogs, nachos and pasta salad, and $2 Budweiser bottles. Promotions include football squares for cash and merchandise, and triple points for slot players.

• At Charlie’s Down Under on 1950 North Buffalo Drive, the food options include $2 hot dogs and a $7.95 chicken-wing plate. Pitchers of Budweiser are $7; $2 for bottles. Promotions include end of the quarter cash drawings.

• At Cariba Charlie’s on 4835 South Rainbow Blvd., they’ll have $2 Budweiser bottles, and giveaways of $250 or more after each quarter. They will also giveaway merchandise. For food, it’s meatball subs and fries.

• At Charlie’s Bar on 4420 South Durango Drive, they’ll have $2 Budweiser bottles, and giveaways of $250 or more after each quarter. They will also giveaway merchandise. For food, they’ll have a taco bar.

Downtown Las Vegas Events Center Big Game Bash

For one of the most unique experiences in town, head to the DLVEC where the 85,000-square-foot venue is transformed into a replica football field with stadium-style seating. There will also be food provided by vendors such as American Coney Island, Wing King, Poppy Pizza Truck, Cousin’s Maine Lobster and Road Kill Grill. Food is available for purchase; admission is free.

Grape Street Bar in Downtown Summerlin

Tickets are $100 per person and include a buffet and open bar with beer, select wine and well cocktails. There will also be $10 and $100 football squares sold along with other prizes and giveaways.

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Pizza Rock: Get your fix Downtown or in Green Valley.

Gentlemen’s clubs

Crazy Horse III Gentlemen’s Club

Tickets are $229 per person and include “all you can eat” buffet, an open bar for the entire game and two complimentary raffle tickets for a chance at $5,000 in prizes.

Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club

Main floor tickets are $75 per person and include the tailgate buffet, raffle and prizes. Tickets for the exclusive showroom are $150 per person and include an upscale buffet.

Watch it at Home

Capriotti’s Big Game Special

You can always skip the crowds and watch the game in the comfort of your own home. Capriotti’s will provide the grub with a large tray of sandwiches, two bags of chips and 12 cookies for $79.99.

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