Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Vegas

Your guide to the best Super Bowl LVII viewing parties in Sin City.

Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
Photo courtesy of Downtown Las Vegas Events Center

It's no surprise that the Raiders didn't make the Super Bowl this year. It's also not a big deal because you can still have fun watching football's biggest game in Las Vegas. The Philadelphia Eagles face the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, February 12, at Super Bowl LVII, just 280 miles away at State Farm Stadium near Phoenix, Arizona. The next best thing to being there in person is cheering on your favorite team (and placing a wager) during a viewing party here in Vegas. All the top sports bars in Las Vegas will be doing something fun for the Big Game, but if you need more ideas, we've got a few extra suggestions.

Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux, a sports bar with Louisiana style and spirit, has more than 95 high-def televisions and a giant video wall for watching the Big Game this year. Feast on a tailgate buffet with wings, sliders, pasta, and more (plus beignets for dessert!) with a choice of two well cocktails, beer, or wine included.
Cost: Tickets are $125 per person.
How to book: Reserve tickets online.

Fremont East
El Cortez continues to be not only a historic destination but a value destination too. The Downtown casino is hosting a Big Game viewing party in the Fiesta Room. Everyone gets two cocktails plus access to an all-you-can-eat buffet with hot dogs, beer brats, Swedish meatballs, chips and salsa, wings, sandwiches, and, to seal the deal, Jack Daniel's pecan bread pudding. A $10,000 Super Sunday cash drawing takes place after the game for Club Cortez members.
Cost: $50 per person.
How to book: Walk in.

Photo courtesy of Illuminarium

Off the Strip
Illuminarian at AREA15 is hosting an immersive football viewing experience wrapped in high-def video walls and an earth-shattering sound system. The event begins early with a one-hour tailgate party at 2:30 pm, featuring cocktails, beer buckets, rib platters, and wings. Stick around afterward for an Illuminarium After Dark party featuring a rocketship-worthy presentation of SPACE: A Journey to the Moon and Beyond.
Cost: General admission tickets are $75 in advance and $100 at the door.
How to book: Don't take any chances. Book online.

Trustworthy Brewing Co.
Trustworthy Brewing Co. | Photo by Marco Hernando

Grand Canal Shoppes
Beer lovers can show up early at noon for an open bar package that runs through the end of the game. Watch every play on one of 22 televisions or a 130-square-foot video wall. Bar food favorites will be available from a special game-day menu.
Cost: Bar package (beer, premium spirits, and wine) is $175 per person.
How to book: Book a reservation online.

This neighborhood bar near Lake Mead and Torrey Pines is where you'll find the most loyal Philadelphia Eagles fans in Las Vegas. The menu is loaded with tons of grub that would be welcome in the City of Brotherly Love, including cheesesteaks, sliders, and soft pretzels.
Cost: Prices are à la carte. Any specials will be announced on the day of the game.
How to book: Come early—very early. Like three or four hours ahead of time. Seating is first come, first served.

Black Tap
Photo courtesy of Black Tap

Black Tap is throwing a Big Game Blitz with different options served throughout the game. The first quarter is for fried mozzarella, chips and queso, fries, and other unlimited snacks. The second quarter is for a Korean BBQ or Nashville Hot wing platter. The third quarter is dedicated to your choice of one of the best burgers in Vegas, while the fourth quarter is your pick of an over-the-top CrazyShake dessert. Pay a little extra to reserve seats facing the Venetian sports book.
Cost: Four-hour reservation with an open bar begins at $225 per person.
How to book: Email the restaurant for questions and reservations.

Mountain's Edge
The loyalty at this dive bar lies with the Kansas City Chiefs. So be ready to cheer on Patrick Mahomes and the team while sipping ice-cold beer and food from Naked City Pizza, which operates an express counter for pizza, wings, and other bites, including the spicy "suicide fries." Traditionally, the Blue Diamond Saloon likes to host big games in a tent in the parking lot. Call 702-896-1455 for the latest details.
Cost: Prices are à la carte. There may be a small minimum spend.
How to book: Seating is first come, first serve.

Resorts World
Watch the Big Game at one of the best steakhouses in Vegas. Carversteak has an indulgent all-inclusive menu with unlimited snacks (like salt and vinegar popcorn and truffle dip and chips), sharables (carne asada nachos, chili lime chicken wings, etc.), handheld faves (like Wagyu sliders and Frito Pies), three different fries, and a selection of desserts. The house Old Fashioned and other select cocktails, beer, and wine are also part of the deal. Carversteak will be decked out with 70 feet of LCD screens to watch the game, with televisions in private dining rooms for larger parties.
Cost: $225 per person.
How to book: Book online or call 702-550-2333.

Photo courtesy of BrewDog

The Strip
Whether hanging out indoors or on the beautiful rooftop patio, visiting the newly opened BrewDog is one of the coolest things you can do in Las Vegas right now. The multi-story venue is taking reservations for its Big Game viewing party, featuring the regular menu of steaks, burgers, and more. It also has nearly a hundred taps of ice-cold beer, including small batches brewed on-site. The price of your ticket goes toward a food and beverage minimum.
Cost: Tickets begin at $100.
How to book: Secure a reservation online.

The Westgate casino has one of the largest sports books in the world, so it only makes sense for it to host an extravagant Big Game party. The price of admission includes a guaranteed seat with phone charging stations, video betting, and a 220-foot-long 4K video wall to catch the action. Ticket holders will have access to an open bar of beer, wine, and liquor; a tailgate buffet with pulled pork, hot dogs, cheesesteaks, and more; and a chance to score prizes during the halftime raffle. If you need a backup option, the Westgate has a free viewing party in the International Theater.
Cost: $250 per person, table from $2,250.
How to book: Buy tickets online or reach out via email for reserved seating in the SuperBook.

Off the Strip
Blow off steam while your favorite team is winning (or losing). Just head over to Dueling Axes at AREA15, where you can watch the game while throwing axes around. It's also a great last-minute option for walk-ins. Sit at the bar, private table, or lounge with leather couches and chairs. Drink specials range from beer buckets and drafts to cocktails and seltzers. Prizes will be given away throughout the game.
Cost: Free. Regular hourly pricing for axe throwing begins at $39 per person.
How to book: Walk in or book an axe-throwing reservation online.

Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn Bowl | Photo by Danny Germain

Brooklyn Bowl has six different options throughout the venue for Big Game viewing, beginning well before kickoff at 2 pm. Book a reservation in LBAR, the Landing Pad, the main restaurant, or the general admission floor in the concert hall and enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet as well as bottomless draft beer and well drinks. You can book bowling lanes with a $1,000 food and beverage minimum for up to 10 people. The Roxy Room is the most exclusive spot and an excellent option for private parties.
Cost: Admission begins at $125 per person.
How to book: Choose your package online.

Off the Strip
All the best strip clubs in Vegas will have viewing parties for the Big Game, but Crazy Horse 3 is going all-out with at least $5,000 in prize giveaways. General admission includes unlimited servings of pizza, sliders, and other bites with a premium open bar while the game is shown on more than 50 big-screen televisions.
Cost: General admission begins at $169 per person.

Chickie's & Pete's Las Vegas
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The Sahara
Eagles fans on the Strip will flock to Chickie's & Pete's, a Philadelphia sports bar with a home in Las Vegas at the newly renovated Sahara resort. Check out one of our favorite sports bars in town during the Super Bowl with a menu that includes Philly cheesesteak nachos, burgers, pizzas, wings, and mussels in a choice of sauce. Make sure to try the "crabfries," which come with a special seasoning. The restaurant opens at 2 pm with big-screen viewing and an in-house William Hill sportsbook to place a last-minute bet.
Cost: Reservations begin at $256.75 per person (including $200 food and beverage credit).
How to book: Reserve VIP seating online.

The Downtown Container Park is hosting a viewing party for the Big Game outdoors on The Lawn. Catch the action on an 8x17-foot jumbo flatscreen with surround sound throughout the park. Access to the Lawn is limited to ticket holders 21 and over with all-you-can-drink beer, wine, and seltzer. Take advantage of game-day deals at participating restaurants. Bin 702 will have a happy hour menu all day long. Mob Pie has $5 slices and other pizza deals. Pinches Tacos offers free chips, salsa, and guac to anyone who buys two margaritas, beers, or micheladas. Downtown Terrace will have a special menu of burgers, wings, nachos, and more.
Cost: Tickets are $40.
How to book: Tickets are available online.

Downtown Las Vegas Events Center
Photo courtesy of Downtown Las Vegas Events Center

One of the most extravagant Super Bowl viewing parties in town is free to attend. The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center hosts the Biggest Big Game Bash, with gates opening at 11 am. Watch the game on one of two 22-foot LED video screens while ordering food and drinks à la carte from surrounding vendors. Tables and man caves can be reserved in advance with spending minimums required. The event is 21 and over.
Cost: Free admission.
How to book: Just walk in or book a reservation online, via email, or by calling 702-388-2465.

Mountain's Edge & Henderson
Visit the original El Luchador in Mountain's Edge or the newer Henderson location for a Big Game viewing party. An all-you-can-eat-and-drink package begins 30 minutes before the game with chips and queso, tacos, quesadillas, burritos, enchiladas, draft beer, and house-made margaritas. Drink specials run until the end of halftime. Food specials run until the end of the third quarter.
Cost: $80 per person.
How to book: Book a reservation online for either location.

Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas Strip
Photo Courtesy of Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas Strip

The Strip
The Hard Rock Cafe is hosting a Strip-side viewing party for Super Bowl Sunday. Admission includes guaranteed seating, a premium open bar, and food stations serving sliders, wings, pizza, tacos, and other game-day favorites.
Cost: $300 per person.
How to book: Buy tickets online or call 702-650-8582. Groups should book under one name to guarantee seating together.

Jing in Downtown Summerlin will continue to show off its reputation as a party spot during the Super Bowl with a DJ, games, and raffles. The Game Day menu features a variety of elevated bites, including ahi tuna poke nachos, lobster rolls, slow-smoked "Flintstone" BBQ Wagyu beef ribs, and a choice of three prime steaks (dry-aged Porterhouse, long-bone Tomahawk, and dry-aged New York Strip).
Cost: Reservations require a $100 food and beverage minimum per person.
How to book: Secure a reservation by calling 702-333-1512.

We're still a couple of months away from pool season in Las Vegas, but Circa's massive rooftop pool is heated year-round and designed with events like Big Game viewing parties in mind. Stadium Swim has an amphitheater layout with tiered levels facing a 40-foot video wall with six pools and swim-up bars. Admission includes a drink voucher and access to a Big Game Bash buffet. If you prefer to stay indoors, viewing parties will also take place at Circa's huge three-level sportsbook with a 78-million-pixel screen of its own and food available by Project BBQ and Victory Burger & Wings Co.
Cost: General admission for Stadium Swim begins at $150.
How to book: Reserve online for Stadium Swim or the Circa Sportsbook.

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Rob Kachelriess has been writing about Las Vegas in Thrillist for more than eight years. His work has also appeared in Travel + Leisure, Trivago Magazine, Sophisticated Living, Modern Luxury, Leafly, Las Vegas Magazine, and other publications. He's betting on chicken wings for the Super Bowl. Follow him on Twitter @rkachelriess.