The Greatest Arena on Earth™ is the ideal place to watch any sporting event—but Las Vegas doubles down for the biggest game of the year. With an incredible selection of viewing opportunities, the destination is ready to celebrate the very best in gridiron action on Sunday, Feb. 12.


The incredible energy will only be exceeded in 2024, as Las Vegas looks forward to hosting the Big Game for the first time at Allegiant Stadium.


Spectacular Celebrations on the Strip


Caesars Entertainment presents viewing opportunities at its Caesars Sportsbook venues, offering football fans a stadium-style experience and beverage packages at Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas and The LINQ Hotel + Experience.


Caesars Entertainment offers additional viewing opportunities at many of its bars, lounges and restaurants. Venues include Alto Bar, Montecristo Cigar Bar, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill and Stadia Bar at Caesars Palace; Bound Cocktail Lounge and Interlude Casino Lounge at The Cromwell; Fan Zone at Flamingo Las Vegas; Carnaval Court at Harrah’s Las Vegas; The Indigo Lounge at Horseshoe Las Vegas; Influence, the Pool at The LINQ Hotel + Experience; Napoleon’s Lounge at Paris Las Vegas; and Ringer Bar at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Various seating, drink and food specials are available at each venue.


The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presents viewing opportunities throughout the resort. The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails offers seating in its Prohibition-inspired lounge, with access to a buffet of gameday fare and its retro-inspired cocktail menu. The resort also features a watch party at CliQue Bar & Lounge, which offers a special gameday menu and craft cocktails.


Fashion Show Las Vegas hosts a complimentary Viewing Party in The Great Hall, where visitors can enjoy the game on big screens as they lounge in comfortable seating atop a turf endzone.


Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas presents viewing opportunities at several of its restaurants, such as Buddy V’s Ristorante, CHICA, and Trustworthy Brewing Co., Yardbird Southern Table & Bar.


House of Blues Las Vegas inside Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino offers unique experiences at each of its venues, including viewing options in its Music Hall concert venue, the House of Blues Restaurant & Bar and the Foundation Room atop the resort’s casino tower. Guests can enjoy its signature menus of comfort-food favorites while taking in the on-screen action. Various packages will be offered that include buffets, bars and more.


HyperX Arena Las Vegas at Luxor Hotel and Casino offers an amazing view of the game with its state-of-the-art HD LED video wall and dozens of flat screen TVs. Guests also can enjoy a la carte bites and an open bar. Packages for varying sizes of groups are available, with some including video game consoles and PCs.


The LINQ Promenade will offer several watch parties, including six distinct viewing options at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, each featuring bottomless food and beverage packages. Groups can enjoy the action in between bowling, as each lane offers seating for ten, or opt for a more exclusive experience, including the Roxy Room, which has capacity for 20 fans. Virgil’s Real BBQ at the shopping destination also invites guests to view the Big Game while enjoying its signature barbecue, with a food and beverage package also available.


MGM Resorts International offers a number of viewing opportunities throughout its properties, including at the sportsbooks of ARIA Rsort & Casino, Bellagio Resort & Casino, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Excalibur Hotel & Casino, Luxor Hotel & Casino, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, New York-New York Hotel & Casino and Park MGM.


Fans will also find watch parties at several of the restaurants across the properties, including Public House at Luxor Hotel & Casino; Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino; BeerHaus at New York New York Hotel & Casino; and The Nomad Bar and Primrose at Park MGM.


Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will have multiple restaurants showing the big game. Flights Restaurant Las Vegas features first come, first served seating, an all-you-can-eat buffet and an all-you-can-drink bar. Blondie’s Las Vegas and Buffalo Wild Wings will also offer viewing opportunities.


The Mirage Resort & Casino presents a variety of viewing options for fans to enjoy. The Owners Box and Sports Lounge features couch and stadium seating, drink packages and a variety of favorite gameday eats available a la carte. Other viewing opportunities can be found at the resort’s Center Bar or Parlor Lounge, each offering drink specials. Restaurants presenting Big Game food and drink include Diablo’s Cantina, Otoro, Rhumbar Tropical Ultra Lounge and Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak.


Resorts World Las Vegas offers football fans viewing opportunities at several venues. Carversteak features 70 feet of LCD screens and a premium sound system, in addition to an elevated menu of gameday favorites, a selection of premium beverages and bottle service upgrades. Fans can also find upscale Big Game food and drink at Caviar Bar, which is equipped with two big screens for viewing the action.


SAHARA Las Vegas presents viewing parties at AZILO Ultra Pool and Chickie’s & Pete’s Crab House and Sports Bar. AZILO’s tailgate bash features a broadcast of the game on its 240-foot-long LED video wall, live entertainment, a select open bar until halftime and game day fare. Reserved seating and bottle service will also be available. Chickie’s & Pete’s offers guaranteed VIP seating with big-screen viewing, game day bites, drinks and bottle service. The sports bar also features the resort’s main William Hill sportsbook.


The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod will celebrate the Big Game with viewing parties, beverages and tailgate fare at PT’s Wings & SportsView Lounge and REMIX Lounge. For convenient betting, kiosks are available at PT’s Wings & Sports and in the William Hill sportsbook.


Tao Group Hospitality hosts viewing parties at its world-class nightspots, including Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace, Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and TAO Nightclub and LAVO Italian Restaurant at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. The venues feature dedicated VIP tables, bottle service and gameday eats.

Topgolf Las Vegas at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino has five-hour reservations open for the Big Game. Fans can enjoy the televised action or engage in some healthy competition of their own in one of the driving range complex’s hitting bays.


The Venetian Resort Las Vegas presents viewing experiences at The Cocktail Collective trio of bars, including The Dorsey Cocktail Bar, which adds additional TVs for the occasion; Electra Cocktail Club, featuring a digital display spanning 40 feet; and Rosina Cocktail Lounge, offering an intimate space to catch the action with classic cocktails. The game can also be viewed from high above the Strip in the resort’s two Prestige Club Lounges.

Exciting Events in Downtown


Circa Resort & Casino will host three major events, including watch parties in the world’s largest sportsbook, featuring stadium-style seating and a massive, 78-million-pixel, high-definition screen; Stadium Swim, the resort’s pool amphitheater with a 143-foot screen; and its meeting and convention space. Fans have a number of packages to choose from that feature everything from premium open bars and bottle service to reserved seating and signature stadium food from its restaurants including Victory Burger & Wings Co., Project BBQ and Saginaw’s Delicatessen.


The D Las Vegas offers several ways to watch the game, including the many 85-inch TVs at BarCanada and multiple large flatscreen TVs at LONGBAR. Also, the resort’s massive Big Game party hub brings the sportsbook to fans with live ticket writers at betting stations inside the party.


Downtown Las Vegas Events Center brings back its Biggest Big Game Bash, complete with free entry, stadium-style seating, food, reservable tables, “mancave” areas and stadium sound. To ensure fans don’t miss any plays, on both sides of its massive screen are two 22-foot LED screens also displaying the game.


Gold Spike presents a Big Game bash boasting jumbo screens, state-of-the-art surround sound, bar bites, drinks and special giveaways. The venue also offers packages including reserved seating, an open bar and a tailgate buffet.


Plaza Hotel & Casino holds its viewing party inside its convention space with multiple HD big-screen projectors. Offerings include a stadium food buffet, buckets of beer, a cash bar and satellite William Hill betting stations.


Fantastic Festivities off the Strip


AREA15’s Illuminarium Las Vegas transports fans into the action with its 360-degree screens. The venue also features cocktails, craft beers and gameday bites.

Ellis Island Hotel, Casino & Brewery presents a Big Game watch party at The Front Yard, with the action easily visible on its 18-foot screen and other TVs throughout the venue. Guests can enjoy Ellis Island’s signature brews and a buffet of gameday favorites. The hotel also offers viewing opportunities at its Village Pub & Café and Ellis Island BBQ, each featuring projection screens and a gameday buffet and bar.


Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas offers football fans opportunities to raise a stein and prost while cheering on their favorite team. The beer hall and garden will offer packages with guaranteed seating, an open bar and a special all-you-can eat menu. Visitors can enjoy a mix of traditional gameday offerings alongside German favorites, as the beer hall specializes in Bavarian brews and bites.


Rampart Casino at The Resort at Summerlin presents the game throughout the casino, in the sportsbook and sportsbook bar.

South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa offers viewing parties in its Showroom, Grand Ballroom and Exhibit Hall, with free admission and seating on a first come, first serve basis. The resort will have on-site betting stations at each venue, plus tailgate-inspired food and beverage specials. Additional viewing opportunities are available at its Sports Book.


Virgin Hotels Las Vegas features resort-wide dining specials and nonstop Big Game action at venues including The Bar at Commons Club, Casa Calavera, Kassi Beach House, Night + Market, Olives, One Steakhouse and The Shag Room. Various food and beverage packages are available, with The Bar at Commons Club offering fans free samples of Anheuser Bush products throughout the game.

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