Caesars Entertainment offers a long list of Football viewing locations in a recent press release. Details below.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill– Celebrated chef Gordon Ramsay offers fans the authentic pub experience from across the pond. Dine on elevated British pub food in the comfortable and lively bar, restaurant and lounge while catching all the gridiron action. On Saturdays and Sundays during football season, a special Tailgate Menu will be available at the bar with stadium-inspired bites like Chicago-Style Hotdogs, San Diego Fish Tacos and Oakland Fried Chicken Bites. During the game, guests can imbibe on Belvedere Bloody Marys, Chandon Mimosas, 100-ounce tubes of their favorite beer and more.
Montecristo Cigar Bar- Recently named one of Playboy’s “Top Bars of 2016,” Caesars Palace’s newest destination bar, Montecristo Cigar Bar, offers all the necessities of a perfect viewing location- premium cigars; 135 bourbons, whiskies and scotches; Old Homestead’s famous burger; and a giant video wall made up of 12 large screen TVs. Book VIP food and beverage packages now at loungereserve.com/caesarscristo/.
Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace. Credit: Caesars Palace
Race & Sports Book- Known as one of the best sports books in Las Vegas, the Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book is undergoing major upgrades to uphold that title. The addition of a brand-new LED video wall, the largest on the Las Vegas Strip, will transform guests’ experience into a visual masterpiece. Recently debuted new screens, along with a number of other updates, including 4 different sound zones and “Listen Technology” through your phone, perfectly complement the recently upgraded Race & Sports Book Bar and Poker Room. VIP food and beverage packages with reserved seating can be booked atwww.loungereserve.com/caesarsrace/.
Bally’s Las Vegas:
Bally’s Race & Sports Book is the perfect football lover’s hideaway, located on the lower level of the hotel and casino. With multiple big-screen projections and high-definition televisions, the action is non-stop. Stadium seating allows for each seat to feel like a premium view.
Football fans wanting to catch all the playing field action at the Strip’s only stand-alone boutique hotel, Interlude and Bound by Salvatore has them covered. The Cromwell’s central casino lounge will be the go-to spot for Saturday and Sunday games, with a tailgate of drink specials and more. Bound by Salvatore not only offers craft cocktails by “The Maestro” Salvatore Calabrese, but also drinks specials and GIADA bites for Monday and Thursday night games.
Flamingo Las Vegas:
Garden Bar- Located at the heart of Flamingo Las Vegas, Garden Bar features a laid back atmosphere and tropical twist. Featuring a projector big screen and several other high-definition televisions, guests can tune into several games at once. In addition to an array of specialty cocktails, drink specials will be offered all season long.
Harrah’s Las Vegas:
Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar– Just in time for football season, “Hangover Sunday” specials are launching at the newly renovated Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar with:
- A build-your-own Bloody Mary bar
- From 11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., choose from unlimited Bloody Marys, domestic draft beer and mimosas for $25
- A betting kiosk opens on site at 9 a.m.
- Miller Lite hosts the Sunday football parties so enjoy Miller Lite drink specials, prize giveaways and food specials
Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Credit: Harrah’s Las Vegas
Harrah’s Race & Sports Book– Guests can take in all the football action at the recently updated Race & Sports Book at Harrah’s Las Vegas. With more than 40 new HD TVs, and new bar stools and lounge chairs throughout the book, guests will enjoy watching the game from any seat in the house.
The LINQ Hotel & Casino:
O’Sheas Casino is the prime spot for playing field showdowns, complete with plenty of drink specials during the games including:
- Buckets of five, 16-ounce Coors or Miller beers for $30
- $13 Irish Handcuffs
- $4 draft beers
- $8 shots of Jameson, Jägermeister and Fireball
TAG Sports Bar– Named one of the “Best Sports Bars in America” by Travel + Leisure, TAG Sports Bar takes the average sports bar experience to the next level. The 24-hour hot spot features more than 200 bottled, can and large format brews from the United States and around the world. Guests can bet at the live sports betting kiosk right on site so they don’t have to miss a minute of the action. Drink specials include:
- Miller and Coors buckets of five, 16-ounce beers for $29
- Bloody Marys and mimosa specials
- Stadium-style food items available
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar– Featuring 17 high-definition televisions and boasting a delectable menu full of Food Network star Guy Fieri’s creations, the LINQ Hotel & Casino hot spot makes the perfect pigskin paradise. In addition to an exemplary game-watching atmosphere, the restaurant will also have Miller and Coors beer bucket specials on game days.
Paris Las Vegas:
Burger Brasserie – Burger Brasserie offers a French interpretation of a classic American staple – the hamburger – in a lively sports bar environment. Guests can enjoy gourmet burger creations in a casual, laid-back atmosphere lined with plasma televisions. Don’t miss Burger Brasserie’s daily happy hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. with 2-for-1 on any drinks in the bar area.
Beer Park – With its selection of more than 100 beers and All-American cuisine, Beer Park is a great place to catch all the gridiron action. New this season, an onsite live sports betting kiosk, allowing guests to place bets within steps of their seats.
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino:
Ringer Wings, Pizza & Sliders– Adjacent to the sports book, Ringer brings tailgate-inspired food such as chicken wings, New York-style pizza, all-beef sliders, waffle fries and more, with a premium view. The sports haven offers some of the best drink prices on the Strip, with beer options starting at $6 for draft and bottled, $24 bucket specials and a variety of specialty cocktails.
Ringer at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Credit: Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino:
All-American Bar & Grille– This restaurant’s name speaks for itself, making it the perfect game day spot. Guests who want to take their football viewing up a notch can book special packages complete with all the bells and whistles. The Ultimate Sunday Package ($100 per person) includes four hour open draft beer bar, as well as assorted flatbread pizza, wings, nachos and subs for guests to nosh on throughout the game.
The recently renovated Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Race and Sports Book features ten large screen HD TV’s, 18 wide screen race TV’s and plush seating with 12 booths, 24 lounge chairs and 14 bar seats, all ideal for catching all the big games.