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VegasChatter's Guide To Big Game Parties

January 3, 2013 at 12:59 PM | by | ()

We know a lot of you will bet on the Big Game, but where will you party for it? Below, we've compiled a list of what's happening around town on Super Sunday. We'll add more as they are announced, or as we find them, so be sure to check back with us often. Know of some parties we don't? Zip us details at tips@vegaschatter.com.

South Point:

South Point will host five different viewing parties in its grand ballroom, Napa room, showroom, exhibit hall or casino sports book. Doors will open at 1 p.m. Drink specials will include $3 Budweiser, Bud Light or Bud Lime bottles; $16 Bud product buckets; $5 Patron Margaritas or SKYY Bloody Mary’s; $25 Patron Margarita or SKYY Bloody Mary pitchers; $5 Canadian Spicebox cocktails; and $5 Cherry Bomb shots. Food specials will range from $1 hot dogs and $4 nachos to $5 buffalo chicken fingers. All the parties are free and open to the public.


Indigo Lounge: Head here for a Miller Lite tailgate buffet for $89 per person, all inclusive. $25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets with five 12-ounce bottles will be offered. Prizes and giveaways will be awarded. Doors open at 1 p.m. For tickets, call (702) 967-4111.

Sportsbook, casino bar, and Sully's Bar: $25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets (five 12-ounce bottles)


Napoleon’s: Go here for a tailgate buffet for $89 per person, all inclusive. $25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets (five 12-ounce bottles) will be offered. Prizes and giveaways on tap. Doors open at 1 p.m. For tickets, call (702) 946-7000.

Le Bar Du Sport: $25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets (five 12-ounce bottles), prizes and giveaways

Planet Hollywood:

Gordon Ramsay BurGR: The new burger joint will feature a Big Game viewing party for $125 per person, all inclusive. Admission includes an open bar from 2 p.m. until the end of the game and a $50 food credit. Tickets can be purchased at the restaurant.

Spice Market Buffet: A “Red Zone Buffet” upgrade will be priced at $49.99 per person and will include the buffet’s customary food offerings as well as an open beer bar from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., prizes and giveaways. Doors open at 2 p.m.

Heart Bar: Reservations here start at $400. Disc jockey entertainment and GoGo dancing will be provided from 1 p.m. until kickoff. $25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets (five 12-ounce bottles) will be offered and prize giveaways will be featured every quarter. Reservations can be made by calling (702) 523-4977 or by emailing heartbartables@planethollywood.com.

Playing Field and The Extra Lounge: Head here for $25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets (five 12-ounce bottles), prizes and giveaways

Caesars Palace: The sportsbook here will offer "Man Caves" to Big Game fans. Each "cave" seats up to eight, features four 47" hi-def TVs and comes with video game consoles, too. Set up in the private poker room, "Caves" will offer the following:

Open bar including spirits, Miller Lite, Coors Light and house red and white wine
-Comfortable lounge seating
-Football helmet beer buckets
-Bottle service, with guest’s choice of Herradura Tequila, Jack Daniels whiskey or Ketel One vodka -All-you-can-eat buffet
-12 additional large-screen televisions around the room and one giant screen
-Meet the Miller/Coors Light models

“Man Caves” are priced at $1,500 for a group of six. $200 will be charged for each additional person with a maximum capacity of eight.

Want to be in the "Man Cave" but you're just a party of one? Single seats will be available for $147 a person. The price will include the unlimited booze as cited above, the all-you-can-eat buffet and and banquet seating on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations for either groups or singletons can be made by calling the Colosseum Box Office at (702) 731-7110.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace: A Big Game menu will be priced at $100 and will feature all-you-can-drink draft beer and house wine as well as all-you-can-eat from a selection of the restaurant's menu items including duck confit poutine, deviled eggs, sliders, and more. Reservation are required and can be made via 702.731.7410.

Flamingo: Center Cut Steakhouse will show the game while offering buffet-style eats including a cold seafood station, carving station, desserts station and more. Pricing will be $125 per person and includes a bucket of Miller or Coors. Doors open at noon. Beverage specials will also be offered. Call 702.733.3111.

Additionally, all Flamingo casino bars will feature:
$8 Skyy vodka drinks, Skyy vodka and Red Bull and Jack Daniels drinks
$25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets including five 12-ounce bottles
$28 import buckets including five 12-ounce bottles
$8 Coors Light or Miller Lite pitchers
$4 shots of Wild Turkey and Sauza Tequila

The Quad:

All casino bars and the sports bar will feature:
$7 Skyy vodka drinks, Skyy vodka and Red Bull and Jack Daniels drinks
$25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets including five 12-ounce bottles
$28 import buckets including five 12-ounce bottles
$8 Coors Light or Miller Lite pitchers
$4 shots of Wild Turkey and Sauza Tequila


All casino bars and the sports bar will feature:
$7 Skyy vodka drinks, Skyy vodka and Red Bull and Jack Daniels drinks
$25 Miller Lite and Coors Light buckets including five 12-ounce bottles
$28 import buckets including five 12-ounce bottles
$8 Coors Light or Miller Lite pitchers
$4 shots of Wild Turkey and Sauza Tequila

Rio: The Rio offers sports fans two choices for Super Sunday. Both will show the game on multiple screens.

Ibar Ultra Lounge: A food and beverage package priced at $125 per person will feature an all-you-can-eat buffet, all-you-can-drink Miller or Coors draft beer and select well drinks including Skyy vodka, Cruzan rum, Wild Turkey bourbon, Sauza tequila, Jack Daniels whiskey with an additional $3 charge for Red Bull mixer.

The Irish Pub will offer the same package/pricing as cited above to guests.

Hard Rock: Hard Rock offers football fans two viewing options on Super Sunday, one at the Joint and the other at Vinyl.

The Joint: Guests here will find a satellite betting station as well as food and drink service. $40 will get you in, a six-bottle bucket of beer and access to third-floor seating.

Vinyl: $40 will also get you into the party at Vinyl (no seat, though) and a bucket o' beer, too. Groups of four or more can reserve a table here by paying a $500 food and beverage minimum. Call 702.693.5555 to secure a table. Wristbands are available at The Joint’s Box Office for either event.

Hard Rock will also offer specially priced $47 spa services and Big Game-themed eats at 35 Steaks + Martini (Beer Braised Chicken, $26), Mr. Lucky's (Chicken & Beer, $30) and Pink Taco (Wing Buckets, $10-$20).

La Cave at Wynn: La Cave's Big Game Sunday party is priced at $85 and will include pulled pork sandwiches, nachos, chicken wings, brownies, cookies, and more. Beer bucket and draft specials will be available.

The Deuce at Aria: Head to this casino lounge to watch the Big Game on ten giant TVs plus an 103-inch screen. No discounts on food or beverage, though. To book a table, call 702.588.5656. SOLD OUT

Harrah's: Harrah's pretty much wants you to get you drunk off your a** for the Super Bowl. Here's where to head:

Harrah’s All Casino Bars
$8.00 Skyy Vodka Drinks, Skyy Vodka and Red Bull, Jack Daniels Drinks
$25 Miller Lite And Coors Light Buckets (5) 12oz bottles
$28 Import Buckets (5) 12oz bottles
$4.00 shots of Wild Turkey and Sauza Tequila
$8 Bacardi Drinks

Piano Bar
$8.00 Skyy Vodka Drinks, Skyy Vodka and Red Bull, Jack Daniels Drinks
$25 Miller Lite And Coors Light Buckets(5) 12oz bottles
$28 Import Buckets(5) 12oz bottles
$4.00 shots of Wild Turkey and Sauza Tequila
$8 Bacardi Drinks

Sports Book Bar HLV
$8.00 Skyy Vodka Drinks, Skyy Vodka and Red Bull, Jack Daniels Drinks
$25 Miller Lite And Coors Light Buckets(5) 12oz bottles
$28 Import Buckets(5) 12oz bottles
$8 Pitchers Miller Lite and Coors Light
$4.00 shots of Wild Turkey and Sauza Tequila
$8 Bacardi Drinks

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar 2013
$95 inclusive
Includes 4 bottles of Miller Lite or Coors Light 16oz aluminum bottles with purchase
Free buffet from 12pm – 6pm with guaranteed seat
$8.00Skyy Vodka Drinks, Skyy Vodka and Red Bull, Jack Daniels Drinks
$25 Miller Lite And Coors Light Buckets(5) 12oz bottles
$28 Import Buckets(5) 12oz bottles
$8 Pitchers Miller Lite and Coors Light
$4.00 shots of Wild Turkey and Sauza Tequila
$8 Bacardi Drinks

Society Cafe at Encore: Society Cafe Executive Chef Bryan Forgione's Big Game menu is drool-worthy. We're talking warm pretzel bread with five cheese fondue, salted caramel popcorn, beer-glazed spiced nuts (hee), mac n' cheese bites, and more. It can all be yours for $95 bucks. And, yes, unlimited. You'll need to kick in extra for drinks, tax and gratuity. And, if you can tear yourself away from your plate, the game will be shown on seven plasma screens. For reservations, call (702) 248-3463.

Palace Station: This off Strip hotel-casino will host a Big Game bash in its Louie Anderson Theater starting at noon. Admission will include access to a buffet, one bucket of beer (4 bottles), $2 domestic bottles of beer, $3 import bottles of beer, $2 shots and $4 cocktails. Buy your ticket now from the Rewards Center for $20 or pay $30 the day of. Get a booth for $150 and Palace will kick in the buffet and bottomless buckets of beer.

Santa Fe Station: Located in northwest Vegas, Santa Fe will offer football fans three different experiences:

Chrome Showroom will host pigskin fanatics starting at 2 p.m. and there won't be a cover. $20 will get you all-you-can-guzzle draft beer. $250 will get you a booth, 12 beers, chips and salsa, two pizzas at half-time and two dozen chicken wings at kickoff.

The party at 49/49 Lounge also starts at 2 p.m. and there's no cover here, either. $10 buckets of Bud and Bud Light as well as $4 Bloody Marys will be offered.

Lastly, Santa Fe's Race & Sports VIP Lounge will host fans willing to pay $250 to be, umm, VIPs. That will get you two buckets of beer, two pizzas at half-time and two dozen chicken wings at kickoff. This bash starts at 2 p.m., too.

Fiesta Henderson: Two choices for super fans here. Head to the sports book for $1 hot dogs, $2 nachos and brats, $3 wings and $4 pulled pork sandwiches. Or, get an all-you-can-eat wristband for $20. Beer specials will range from $2 to $4. A Big Game party at Amigo's will run from noon to 9 p.m. For $9.99 with a Boarding Pass or $10.99 without, eat all you want. For another $20, drink all the Bud, tequila shots (select, obvi) and frozen margs you can handle.

Sunset Station: If nothing says biggest day in football to you like bowling, head to Sunset Station for Big Game Family Day. the bowling alley will offer $1.50 games all day and night, $2 shoe rentals, and food specials (ranging from $1 hot dogs to $5 pizzas) from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Boulder Station: Kixx at Boulder Station will host a Big Game viewing bash starting at 2 p.m. There will be no cover. Get all-you-can-eat stadium food along with three drinks for $25 bucks.

Red Rock Resort: Head to Rocks Lounge starting at 2 p.m. to watch the game without having to pay a cover. You will have to pay for drinks, however.

Aliante: Aliante's Pigskin Party will take place in the Access Showroom where the game will be shown on a 50-foot big screen. Sports wagering will be available inside along with a $20 game day buffet which includes two free drinks, $15-20 beer buckets and $5 Jameson and Absolut cocktails. Prizes, including free beer for a year (yes, please), will also be awarded.

Z Bar at Plaza: The Plaza can have fun with letters, too, y'all. The newly launched Z Bar will host Z Bowl (see what they did.. yeah, you did) on February 3 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. For $50 you can eat you want and drink all the (select) beers you want, too.

Meatball Spot: Meatball Spot will offer Meatbowl specials on February 3. Seriously, they're serving up a "man-sized meatball platter" with six 'balls for $19.99. One draft beer will be included.

Cheeseburger Las Vegas: This restaurant located inside Miracle Mile at Planet Hollywood will offer all-you-can-drink draft beers, bottled beers and well drinks for $75 per person and will kick in a half-time appetizer buffet, too. Seating will be first come, first served. The party starts at 2 p.m.

Castle Walk Food Court at Excalibur: If you bet on the Super Bowl and end up losing big, here's a great pick-me-up that's also a sugar rush. Bring your non-winning Super Bowl bet ticket to Krispy Kreme and Cinnabon at Excalibur for a free Minibon from the former and a free doughnut from the latter after the Big Game.

Gold Spike: This downtown hotel-casino will offer a Super Sunday Buffet Party during the Big Game. $6.99 will get ya lasagna, chicken tenders, wings, potato chips and a Gold Spike draft. Additional mugs will be priced at $2 each. A 40-inch TV will be given away.

Caesars Palace Sports Book: Head here for $27 football helmet buckets of Miller Light or Coors Light (five bottles in each bucket), $8 shots of Jack Daniels or Herradura Blanco tequila and $12 Ketel One/Red Bulls.

BLT Burger at The Mirage: This burger joint will offer an Owner's Box Seating Package for $125 on the big day. That will get you unlimited food from a themed menu, however, drinks are not included. Contact the restaurant directly for reservations.

Bouchon at Venetian: Bouchon's Big Game Bash will take place in the restaurant's bar/lounge. It will offer $3 Fat Tires and $3 chicken wings from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on February 3.

Steiner's Pub (various locations): This locals' hangout requires a $50 fee to secure a Game Day seat. Upon arriving, a $100 food and beverage fee will need to be paid that will include all-you-can-eat-and-drink from 2:30 p.m. until the game ends. Raffles will giveaway up to $10,000 in cash to lucky guests. Contact Steiner's directly to secure your spot.

Sapphire Gentlemen's Club: If watching the game at a sportsbook or a sports bar is too passe, head to Sapphire's for football and $1 lap dances at half-time. $75 will get you complimentary transportation, front of the line entry, no cover, VIP seating and access to a tailgate buffet. $125 will get you all that plus upgraded seating. Or, reserve a table for $575 (good for five people) and get all of the above plus a bottle of vodka and mixers. Reserve your space online via SapphireLasVegas.com.

Red Rooster: For a swingin' (hee) Big Game party, head to Red Rooster. As its website advertises, "don't be surprised to see naked people watching the game." The party starts at 1 p.m. The game will be shown on four big screens. If you can tear your eyes away from what's happening around you. There will be food, soft drinks and coffee (coffee?) but Red Rooster says the hard stuff will be BYOB. Single ladies will be free, couples will be charged $30, single men will need to pay $40 and active military (couples or singles) will be charged $20. There will be no advanced sales.

The Ainsworth at Hard Rock: $100 open bar and food package for Big Game fanatics. Things kick off at 2 p.m.

Bagatelle at Tropicana: Head to Bagatelle for Super Brunch XLVII. A $65 open bar package will be available to football fans. Cough up another $50 for a game day buffet. The party starts at 2 p.m. Both offers are standing room only. Guarantee a seat by securing a table for $150, per person. Call 702.701.0200 or email VIPLV@BagatelleAmerica.com for reservations.

Hofbräuhaus: Head to this German/Bavarian beer hall on February 3rd for an a la carte game day menu filled with fish and chips, football-shaped meatballs, bratwurst patty sandwiches, and more. The party gets underway at 3:30 p.m. Several big screen TVs will broadcast the game.

Sporting House at New York-New York: One of the cities more expensive Big Game parties can be found here. A standard open bar package starts at $195; go premium for pricing beginning at $225. Both packages include an all-you-can-eat buffet (bratwurst, chili, hot dogs, and more) as well as seating. The game will be shown on 132 screens throughout the restaurant. The party kicks off at 2 p.m. Make a reservation by calling 702.740.6433 or emailing events@arkvegas.com.

America at New York-New York: Find a more budget-friendly Big Game party inside America at New York-New York. $75 will get you bottomless house cocktails; $100 will get you the premium goods. Pricing includes seats and a buffet. Call 702.740.6433 to claim your seat.

LAVO at Palazzo: LAVO Bowl is back for 2013. Head here for a $75 open bar package. Lay out $125 to add on an Italian buffet. Lavo will feature the Big Game on more than 20 TVs. Reserve your spot by calling 702.791.1800 or visiting lavo.lv.

Due Forni Pizza & Wine: Head to this off-Strip pizza joint for its second annual Foodie Bowl. While there are no all-you-can-eat options here, food specials will start at six bucks. You can, however, get your drink for one low price with all-you-can-guzzle Peroni and wine for $20. Guarantee a spot by calling 702.586.6500.

Slice of Vegas and Hussong's Cantina at Mandalay Place: Whether you prefer Mexican or Italian, Slice of Vegas and Hussong's Cantina will both open their doors to football fans starting at 10 a.m. for an a la carte brunch. During the game, $15 PBR pitchers, $4 PBR pints and $4 Absolut, Captain Morgan and Jameson drinks will be offered. Walk-ins will be welcome.

Rockhouse at Venetian: Opening any day now, Rockhouse at Venetian will offer Big Game viewers open bar packages starting at $100. If you're a local (or know one who will party with you), you can score a $40 discount. Call 702-335-9182 or email rsvp@therockhousebar.com to secure your spot.

Cabo Wabo at Miracle Mile: Cabo Wabo will let you drink all you want, and nom on a Big Game buffet, for $200 $100. Upgrade to the premium stuff for another $50 bucks. Guests may start checking in on game day at 2:30 p.m. Seating and specials begin roughly one hour prior to kickoff. For reservations, call 702.385.2226 or email SuperSunday@CaboWaboVegas.com.

Rhumbar at The Mirage: Rhumbar will host a Big Game Tailgate, featuring cocktails and grub, for $150 a person. Rhumbar Bloody Marys will be offered as well as hot links, nachos, hot dogs, and more. If you'd rather pay as you go, there will be a la carte food and drink specials offered. The patio will open one hour prior to kickoff with specials beginning at the first whistle. Make reservations by calling 702.735.8322.

Gilley's at Treasure Island: Head to Gilley's for the Big Game for bottomless drinks and a buffet featuring chicken wings, BBQ pork sliders, a build-your-own nachos bar, hot dogs, popcorn and more for the ticket price of $98. Call 702-894-7371 to secure your space or email ti-restaurants@treasureisland.com. Doors will open at noon. SOLD OUT

Silverton: This off Strip favorite of VegasChatter will offer a free live broadcast of the Big Game inside Veil Pavilion. The action will be shown on six giant screens. There will also be prizes to be had. Get unlimited food and drinks for $35. Or, just focus on guzzling all the alcohol you can for $20. The party will get underway at 2:30 p.m. SOLD OUT

The PUB at Monte Carlo: Monte Carlo's pub offers football fanatics one of four packages, ranging from $175 to $400. All include guaranteed seating, a select open bar and an all-you-can-eat buffet. $175 will get you a seat at an upstairs table, $200 at a downstairs table, $250 downstairs, but in the VIP area, and $300 in the downstairs VIP sofa area.

If a seat isn't a big deal, pay $60 to drink it up while standing up or $125 to drink and eat, too.

Email jdakic@montecarlo.com for a reservation form. As an added bonus, The Pub is offering a 50% off discount on admission tickets to a closed-circuit viewing of February 2's UFC fight to everyone who secures a seat.

Señor Frog’s at Treasure Island: Señor Frog's will offer guaranteed seating by purchasing any of three cleverly-named football packages: The Rookie, The Veteran or The MVP.

Sadly, though, none are open bar. The Rookie is priced at $60 per person and includes a bottle of Senor Frog’s signature tequila, ten bottles of Miller Lite, wings and a chicken taco mountain. The Veteran will cost $80 per person and offers a choice of a premium bottle of liquor (such as Absolut, Bacardi or Jose Cuervo), accompanied by a mixed appetizer platter, 12 Miller Lites and fajitas. The $99 per person MVP takes it one step further with an top-shelf bottle of liquor (such as Grey Goose, Ambhar or Captain Morgan), 15 Miller Lites, a street taco platter and BBQ combo. SOLD OUT

Ranch House Kitchen at Town Square: Those not wanting to rush out after the final whistle will appreciate the Ranch House's open bar package priced at $50 per person from kickoff until close, including domestic drafts and well drinks. Not a bad deal, but the Ranch House has made it a point to le it be known that this package does not guarantee a seat.

If you want to be sure you don't stand all night, you'll have to go with the $75 premium open bar package which includes a guaranteed seat until the restaurant closes. By premium, they seem to only be referring to the seat -- you still get the bottom-rack booze. Call 702-335-9182 or email rsvp@ranchhousekitchen.com to reserve your spot.

PBR Rock Bar at Miracle Mile: PBR Rock Bar's ‘The Big Game’ celebration will feature about a hundred televisions and two open bar packages. Unlimited domestic drafts and well drinks from kick-off to the final whistle will cost you $100 a person, but for $150 a person you can upgrade to a premium open bar that runs an hour before kickoff until the end of the game.

The one kicker here is that to purchase either option, a $50 minimum food purchase is also required. We're not sure how we feel about a "special" that requires we spend an additional $50. Call 702-750-1685 to secure.

Blondies at Miracle Mile: Another high-ticket Big Game bash will be held at Miracle Mile's popular sports bar, Blondies. Party here for $200 on the big day. That will include an open bar with top shelf options and a buffet. Things get underway at 1:30 p.m. While the website had details on the party, it didn't say how to reserve a space. We suggest calling the bar directly for more details at 702-737-0444.

DB's at Miracle Mile: DB's Pong and Pool, a sister venue to Blondies, is offering a Big Game package that will feature an open bar, and an open buffet. Festivities will kick-off at 1:30 p.m. Save your spot by filling out an online reservation, and handing over $200 $150 bucks.

Crazy Horse III: Patrons will enjoy unobstructed views off the club’s 70-inch flat screen televisions as well as some of the best "tight ends" in the game during Super Bowl weekend, especially on Saturday when August 2008 Playmate Kayla Collins takes the stage. Crazy Horse III's game day viewing party on Sunday will pour complimentary Budweiser, Bud Light, and Crown Royal during the pregame party from 3 to 3:30 p.m. before kickoff. During the game, the Crown Royal cocktails shoot up to $5, but the beers will still be a buck. Make sure to bring those singles!

The club offers complimentary admission and limo service, pending availability and, presumably, how much they think you'll spend later that night. Call 702-673-1700 to set it up.

Public House at Luxor: This new(ish) restaurant will offer an all-you-can-eat junk-food buffet, featuring Jalapeño Poppers, Battered Artichokes, Kettle Chips with dip, Burger Sliders, Sausage and Peppers, Chicken Wings and Home Style Mac n' Cheese for $55 per person. Public House will also offer the buffet with guaranteed seating plus an open bar with premium cocktails and domestic drafts for $155 per person.

For reservations and ticket inquiries, sports fans may contact info@publichouseusa.com.

Miller's Ale House: This Town Square fave will host a Super February 3 party featuring an all-you-can-eat-and-drink menu for just $75. Get a seat, too, by reservation only. Save your spot by emailing vegas@millersalehouse.com. SOLD OUT

The Bank at Bellagio: While this party starts well after the Big Game has ended, if you need the party to go on all night long head to The Bank for Cheer Bowl starting at 10:30 p.m. 12 professional cheerleaders from around the country will be on hand to make sure everything is in good spirits. (Couldn't help that one..)

●Diablo's at Monte Carlo
●Lagasse's Stadium at Palazzo

You know you can see yourself doing this already..

[Photo: aeryssports.com, Senor Frog's]

Archived Comments:

NFL easing up?

Back in 2004, the NFL cracked down on Vegas SB parties not allowing the game to be shown on TV's greater than 55" and not allowing admission charges.

<a href="http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/2004-01-31-vegas-super-bowl-parties_x.htm">http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/2004-01-31-vegas-super-bowl-parties_x.htm</a>

It seems that things have loosened up since then.  What is and is not allowed now?


Yes, I'm not completely clear about what is and isn't allowed, but I know a big point of contention was that venues could not call it Super Bowl parties, per se. That's why everyone says Big Game or Football Frenzy or whatever else they come up with!


This is the most detailed list I have ever seen!! Anyone in Vegas for SB better have looked here...unreal work compiling all this


I'm glad to know about this great stuff.