Tis the season for fantasy sports and yelling at ESPN. Las Vegas has made a lot of pro-fan moves lately, opening new bars that give pigskin enthusiasts a variety of options when choosing where to park for football Sundays. While
While sportsbooks are still probably the best places to catch the big game, if you don’t like the stress of betting, check out one of these alternative locales.
To truly appreciate this sports bar, you have to be as big a fan of beer as you are of football. With more than 200 bottles, cans, and draft beers, Tag Sports Bar understands what a Sunday should be: drinks, fried foods, and cheering loudly for every first down.
You’re sure not to miss a thing with the massive LED screen which features scores and point spreads. If you decide you can’t resist putting a little money down, you are just 45 seconds away from The Linq’s sportsbook.
Different beer masters from around the world are featured weekly, showcasing multiple award-winning beers. The spot also serves as a gaming lounge with digital casino games, touchscreen tabletop gaming units, and a hologram blackjack table.
This is a much more intimate setting than any of the other locations on this list – despite the 3,500 square feet of space. The Ainsworth has 21 TVs and a Cantor Gaming betting station inside the bar, in addition to a less-aggressive sports bar atmosphere than hard-guy favorites.
Billed as a high-end bar and cocktail lounge, The Ainsworth features sophisticated rustic décor including barn wood pine, chandeliers, leather booths, and flat-screen televisions covered with antique framed mirrors. During big sporting events, a smaller menu is offered but still features delicious bites and pairs them with ten specialty cocktails.
If your team pulls off an unexpected win, celebrate in style with a bottle service not often found at sports bars. Vodka, whiskey, rum, scotch, gin, tequila and four champagne options (Veuve Yellow Label, Moet Impérial, Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque, and Dom Perignon) are all available through the bottle service.
As the name suggests, this is the longest bar in Las Vegas; it stretches through half of the D casino and is well lit by the huge LED screens featured behind the bar. If you can tear your eyes away from the game to order a drink, lovely dancing servers will bring it ’round. Over 1,000 square feet are dedicated to your drinking and TV-watching experience.
While plenty of Vegas bars tune their televisions to sporting events, it is the sheer quantity and size of the Long Bar’s screens that will make sure you are fully in on all the action. More than a dozen 60-inch screens make sure there is no bad seat in the house and, perhaps the best perk of all, it won’t break the bank – a Jameson and ginger runs at $5.
If you’re looking to get away from all the glitz and chaos of the strip, check out Born and Raised – a sports bar that caters to locals and offers some mouth-watering bites to go along with your drink of choice. The living room area with tons of TVs is what sets Born and Raised apart from other off-strip bars.
The food and service are both top-notch with menu items like skirt steak poutine; gumbo with andouille sausage, chicken, white rice, scallions, cajun trinity, and smoked roux; and even delicious breakfast items (for those East Coast games) like chilaquiles verdes (pulled pork, salsa verde, tortilla chips, cheddar-jack cheese, eggs, sour cream, and avocado). Born and Raised has Las Vegas and Henderson locations and both can accommodate private football-viewing parties for your gang.
While most patrons of this Las Vegas strip club are gone by the time football starts on Sunday, you can actually catch one of the best-priced football parties at this nontraditional local. Private parties include a catered buffet, raffles and prizes, $1 dances during halftime and 200 “cheerleaders.”
Sundays aren’t the only fun-days, however. Sapphire also has Monday and Thursday night football packages. On Mondays, for $20 a guest, you get VIP showroom seating, two drinks, tailgate-style food, prize giveaways, raffles, and dances from over 100 topless ladies.
On Thursdays, you get the same deal plus a hoster open bar until halftime. The games are broadcasted on huge HD screens with digital surround sound.
Featured photo credit: MGM Resorts.
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