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Review of the Top Places to Watch NFL in Vegas
Whether you’re a tourist visiting for the weekend or a Las Vegas resident, watching football in Sin City is serious business. You don’t have settle for any old place that just happens to show the games, but have plenty of choices from establishments who cater to the football crowd.
The first thing to know is that all 32 NFL teams will have at least one team bar in the city and most teams have multiple establishments that cater to fans of a particular team.
If watching the game with like-minded fans is important to you, one of the team bars may be your best bet and you can find a list of which bars support which particular teams with a quick online search. These types of places often offer food and drink specials when the house team scores and have team-related giveaways throughout the game.
Top Las Vegas NFL Viewing Location #1 Ultimate Fan Cave at LVH
If you’re looking for the total viewing experience, it’s hard to top the Ultimate Fan Cave at the LVH Casino at Westgate Las Vegas Resort, where you can watch up to 16 games at once on three 120-inch HD screens and a number of smaller television monitors.
The Cave is located in the former poker room of the LVH and is non-smoking. Seats can fill up fast during football season, so you’ll want to get there early if possible.
Top Las Vegas NFL Sports Bar #2 Lagasse's Stadium at The Pallazo
If good quality and new technology is important, you’ll definitely want to head to Lagasse's Stadium at The Palazzo, where you can watch games on numerous couches set up in tiered fashion on more than 100 television screens, including one that is a 9-foot-by-16-foot projection screen. The name comes from famous chef Emeril Lagasse, who owns four restaurants in Las Vegas, including this one.
Top Las Vegas NFL Sports Bar #3 ARIA Sportsbook
The ARIA race and sportsbook is another excellent choice and it’s also a non-smoking location. More than 90 HD televisions fill the place, including a pair of 220-inch screens and you’ll watch the games in comfort from either couches or lounge seats the ARIA sportsbook can show up to 200 live events at a single time.
Top Las Vegas NFL Sports Bar #4 PT's Pubs
Among locals, PT’s Pubs are a frequent weekend destination to watch the games. With more than 40 locations in Las Vegas, you’re never far from one.
A cool added bonus is that all of them are William Hill Sportsbook mobile betting hotspots, so you can be up and placing bets in several minutes.
PT’s offers plenty of game day specials and is an excellent choice for those who believe that football is best watched with a beer and hamburger. You won’t find fancy dining at Pt’s, but you will find good food and drinks at reasonable prices.
Do you have a favorite Spot to watch the games in Las Vegas? Help us add to the list with your comments below!
Author: Rob Holiday
My background is in business, consulting, finance and entrepreneurship