Big Game Parties on the Las Vegas Strip and Beyond

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It’s coming up on the professional football fan’s favorite holiday—the Super Bowl. Las Vegas is already buzzing after playing host to this weekend’s Pro Bowl at Allegiant Stadium and it’s no surprise that we like to keep a party going. Sunday, February 13 is Super Bowl Sunday. Broadcasting from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, the contest between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams will be televised worldwide-and all around the Las Vegas valley.

Whether you are a sports fan, a fan of the infamous commercial or you’re in it for the half-time entertainment, there is something for everyone. 

Here in Las Vegas, there’s even more. Are you looking for family fun, adults-only venues, musical entertainment, tailgating or foodie experiences? Las Vegas has an event that suits your unique sports-watching style.

Please check with the venue to confirm any reservation requirements, age limitations and COVID-19 rules and policies.

Circa Resort & Casino

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Located in Downtown Las Vegas, Circa Resort & Casino is hosting its first-ever Big Game Bash at both the all-season, adults-only Stadium Swim aquatheater and inside Circa Sports.

At Stadium Swim, guests have access to myriad ticket options to enjoy six temperature-controlled pools, two swim-up bars and a 143-foot diagonal, 14-million-megapixel LED screen to watch the Super Bowl.  

Guests have the opportunity to reserve everything from individual admission tickets for $150 general admission and $175 VIP which includes two drinks and buffet access, VIP includes exclusive access to Club Level viewing area, to cabanas, booths, boxes and private suites ranging from $2,500 to $20,000. Access to food and beverage options are available to all with some packages having specific menus, and others which are all-inclusive, offering both creative and nostalgia-driven combinations of food and beverage such as lobster corn dogs with a yuzu dipping sauce, Stadium Dogs, fruit nachos and more.

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At Circa Sports inside the resort, enjoy the game on massive screens in the modern, luxurious and comfortable three-story sportsbook.

Listed options include single chairs or recliners to multi-guest packages:

Circa Club Upper: Get a bird’s-eye view of the book with a spot in the Circa Club Upper section. Each table gives dedicated football viewers a space to enjoy top-notch service and luxury booth seating
Circa Club Lower: These tables at the Circa Club Lower section are perfect for medium-to-large groups
Champions Club: The Champions Club section includes family style seating in the center of the sportsbook; Legends Club: Spectators can get a front-row view with plush recliners in the Legends Club, located directly in front of the book’s screen
Grandstands: The stadium style seating on the sides of the sportsbook is perfect for smaller groups

The venue features exclusive seating areas equipped with power outlets and Wi-Fi, as well as food and beverage from Victory Burger & Wings Co., Project BBQ and Saginaw’s Delicatessen.

Big Game Parties with Circa and the D

Off-property but just down the street, Circa Sports is also hosting a free watch party at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, also known as the Downtown Watch Zone, across from The D Las Vegas.

With stadium or on-the-field style seating, guests will experience an arena atmosphere watching the game on two 22-foot screens in the heart of downtown. On-the-field tables can accommodate between 4-14 people and require a minimum beverage spend of $100 per person. Man Caves are available to rent with minimum spend requirements between $5,000 for up to 15 people, and $7,500 for up to 30 people. Man Caves include a 70” television, leather couches, private bathrooms, access to beer pong tables, clear views of the event’s main stadium screen and a private server. Must be 21 or over.

the D Las Vegas offers first-come, first-served seating both at LONGBAR and BarCanada for viewing the Big Game on multiple large-screen televisions.

How to Watch The Game at the D

Private Man Caves—In the D’s private Man Caves, guests can kick back in their own exclusive space with multiple high-definition screens, plush MVP seating and unlimited game-day food and drinks.

Special Gameday Package—Fans can host a high-energy watch event at the 11,000-square-foot Big Game party hub on the D’s 12th floor. The package includes state-of-the-art sound and TV, unlimited stadium food and drink and on-site Circa Sports betting. For easy wagering, Circa Sports will have live ticket writers at betting stations throughout the game.

Super Bowl Watch Parties on the Strip

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

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Located on the LINQ Promenade, Brooklyn Bowl is offering six premier Big Game party options worthy of its entertainment history and unique and eclectic venue. Up to 2,000 party goers are welcome to watch the Super Bowl from its 32 bowling lanes and various seating and concert spaces.

Packages that include an all-you-can-eat buffet and all you can drink house select draft beer, wine, and well drinks are ticketed by area and priced between $110 and $130 per person. Bowling is not included in these packages.

For bowling fun, lanes can be reserved for parties of up to eight people and require a $750 minimum spend.

Create your own ultimate Super Bowl private party in the Roxy Room, accommodating up to 20 people, for $4,000. Included are an all-you-can-eat buffet and all you can drink house select draft beer and well drinks served by a dedicated server in a private room with a 60” TV. Bowling is not included.

All prices exclude tax, gratuities and fees.

The LINQ Las Vegas (from USD $32 )

The LINQ, originally built as the Imperial Palace in 1959, has been reborn into a great, cost-effective hotel at the center of the Las Vegas Strip.

Caesars Palace

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Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis invites guests to take part in its Neptune cabana offerings starting at $700. Rental cost does not apply to minimum spend requirements. Swimming will not be available for the Super Bowl.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is offering an “all-you-care-to-eat and drink” package priced at $225 exclusive of tax and gratuity. Reservations required.

Terraza by Cafe Americano is hosting an all-you-can-eat and drink watch party where guests will enjoy large screens inside and out on the terrace. Tickets include guaranteed seating, food, beverages, and giveaways and surprises during the event. Tickets are $325 per person and do not include tax, fees, or gratuity.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas (from USD $94.00 )

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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

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Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails will host a Big Game viewing party with Prohibition era-inspired cocktails and craft beers. VIP tables and bar seating will be available by reservation only and will include access to a buffet of elevated gameday fare. VIP seating reservations start at $3,000 per table. Bar seating reservations start at $250 per person. The Barbershop’s beverage program features craft beers, premium liquors and signature cocktails including the “Black Beauty” spiked juice, made with Bulleit bourbon and Peychaud’s Bitters.

Tax and service charge will be payable at the venue.

CliQue Bar & Lounge promises nonstop action alongside artisanal cocktails, house-made mixers and savory platters meant for sharing. VIP seating packages start at $250 for bar seating or $2,000 for tables.

STK wants you to eat, drink and party with a breakthrough game day menu. Bottomless bites and beverages are $349 per person (plus tax and gratuities). Guests can add a bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne or Don Julio 1942 Tequila for $350.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (from USD $250 )

Let The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas take you into a world of lush, modern hospitality with fun twists and mysteries that dazzle each and every guest.

Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas

Located in the heart of the Strip, Hard Rock is offering an all-you-can-eat and drink package for watch party guests. Tickets are $300 per person (including tax), and include guaranteed seating, a premium open bar and food stations of chef-selected game day favorites.


Carnaval Court is offering three options: $100 for standing room only, includes one drink ticket; $615 for a table for four, includes a bucket of five select beers; $915 for a VIP table for six, includes two buckets of five beers. Tax and gratuities excluded.


Luxor HyperX Arena
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HyperX Arena at the Luxor seats are priced at $100 per person and include seating and an open bar through the game’s third quarter. Guests are able to reserve table seating for two to six people. Bar seating is available at both bars with limited availability. VIP Lounges can accommodate up to 10 people. Gameday bites will be available to guests for an additional fee. 

Luxor Las Vegas (from USD $79 )

While many of the properties along the Strip follow traditional architecture, Luxor is located inside its legendary black glass pyramid.

Mandalay Bay

Foundation Room packages offer entry and guaranteed seating in a personal TV living room area and require an additional food and beverage minimum. In the nature of the sports celebration, Foundation Room will be flexible with its normal dress code. Prices range from $600 for four people, up to $3,600 for up to 18 people. Must be 21 or older.

House of Blues Music Hall is opening its doors for an all-ages watch party experience. The all-you-can-eat package starts at $70 for an early bird special and includes a buffet-style menu. An all-you-can-drink package can be added and includes all well liquor, domestic beer, house wine, and soda.

House of Blues Restaurant & Bar is offering two packages for sports fans. Tier One provides reserved, premium seating directly in front of the big screen and a $250 food and beverage credit for $250, while Tier Two offers reserved seating and a $200 food and beverage credit from the Big Game menu for $200. All prices are per person. Tax and gratuity not included.

Mandalay Bay Las Vegas (from USD $79 )

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Planet Hollywood and Miracle Mile Shops

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Cabo Wabo Cantina is hosting a Big Game Fiesta, an all-you-can-eat-and-drink viewing party priced at $250 per person, plus applicable fees. Ticket includes tailgate-style favorites and Cabo Wabo’s all-you-can-drink premium bar.

Flights Restaurant is hosting its third annual Super Bowl Party, sponsored by Clase Azul Tequila. $195 per person includes all-you-can-eat and a premium open bar. Seating is first-come, first-served. VIP tables available for $2,500 for up to six people include special menus, dedicated service staff, guaranteed premium seating, and giveaways.

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas (from USD $45 )

Planet Hollywood is an eclectic hotel on the Strip that combines the classic vibes of old-school Las Vegas with modern touches and celebrity culture.

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas

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Resorts World

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Carversteak is offering a Big Game menu priced per person at $280 plus gratuity and tax. The all-you-can-eat menu can be enjoyed throughout the day and includes Wagyu cheesesteak bites, prime beef sliders, salt and pepper chicken wings, housemade jalapeno pepper beef jerky, loaded steak fries, beet “Greek” salad and Caesar Salad, salt and vinegar popcorn and mixed nuts for snacking, an exquisite selection of desserts and a carving station serving roasted prime rib.

On the beverage side, the drink menu features and includes beer, wine and liquor options, as well as cocktail selections. Three bottle service upgrades will also be available: Casamigos Blanco at $425; Don Julio 1942 for $900; and Clase Azul Resposado ($1250).

Eight offers indoor and outdoor seating with a dozen TVs positioned around the space. Cigar and beverage packages will be available throughout the day and guests will also be able to order off a menu from neighboring restaurant Brezza.

Gatsby’s has seating available throughout Gatsby’s 360-degree bar with eight TVs showing the game from all sides. Beverage packages will be available for the day that include Gatsby’s carefully crafted wine list as well as their famous secret menu. Guests will also be able to order food prepared by Wally’s Wine & Spirits.

Hilton Las Vegas at Resorts World (from USD $65.88 )

Part of the mega-complex of hotels at Resorts World, Hilton Las Vegas is a wonderful new choice for travelers to the Strip.

Sahara Las Vegas

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AZILO Ultra Pool offers packages starting at $20, which includes entrance to watch the game, DJ entertainment and free games. The pools are heated. An open bar package for four hours starts at $60, while table and cabana reservations are available for groups starting with a food and beverage minimum of $600. A specially curated menu by Chef Lyle Kaku is available for purchase a la carte.

Chickie’s & Pete’s Crab House and Sports Bar is offering an all-you-can-eat and drink package for $125 per person. Mainstays from their extensive menu will be made available all day including Chickie’s World Famous Crabfries.

SAHARA Las Vegas (from USD $86.23 )

The newly-rebranded SAHARA is here to stay, and the upgraded property maintains a charming aesthetic that demands to be visited.

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Tropicana Las Vegas

The Black Hole and Corona are taking over the Trinidad Ballroom at the Tropicana and promise a star-studded event with The Black Hole Super Fans-Violator, Senor Raider, Gorilla Rilla, DJ Mike Scott, as well as the Corona Girls. Prizes will be given out throughout the event by The Black Hole, Tropicana and Corona. General admission is offered for $130 or VIP is available for $250. Prices per person and exclude tax and gratuity.

Tropicana Las Vegas (from USD $109 )

Tropicana is a cool staple hotel on the Strip that boasts beachy facilities, tons of gaming options and a laid-back vibe fit for travelers and families alike.

Venetian Resort and The Palazzo + Grand Canal Shoppes

Black Tap is offering football fans Big Game Blitz packages that include a four-course menu featuring unlimited snacks, wings, craft burgers, sandwiches and CrazyShakes®. Black Tap also has limited seating at The Venetian sportsbook that can be reserved by booking one of the Big Game Blitz packages.

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Bouchon is serving up the ultimate Big Game menu and viewing party featuring all-you-can-eat game day classics. Also on the menu is buttermilk fried chicken, a whole roasted Newman Farm pig at half-time and all-you-can-drink draft beer, sommelier-selected wine and well drinks. Tickets are $225 per person.

Buddy V’s invites you in for a taste of Italian family favorites-including Grandma’s meatballs-while you watch the game. An all-you-can-eat menu filled with Italian favorites starts at $54.95 per person.

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The Cocktail Collective is a collection of venues in the Venetian offering three different ways to enjoy the Big Game! Watch your favorite players bigger than ever on the 40-foot, 70-million-pixel digital screen at Electra Cocktail Club. Or watch the game in style at The Dorsey or Rosina.

The Big Game Day Package is available at all three venues and includes one bottle of your choice of select liquors, a bucket of five select beers, three each Red Bull and Fiji Water and an appetizer platter for four.

KAMU Ultra Karaoke has only two exclusive private party karaoke rooms available to make your ultimate Super Bowl watch party. Starting at $3,000, up to 40 people will have an ultra-luxury karaoke suite in which to enjoy incredible food and drink plus karaoke on demand. Bottle service is also available.

Yardbird is offering game day specials for one or more. Individual seats are available as barstools ($100), or lounge seating ($150). Sofas for six can be reserved for a minimum food and beverage spend of $800. Big Game specials include twice fried end zone wings, deviled eggs with smoked trout roe, pork ribs, burgers, beer and bourbon.

Yardbird Homegating – Take it home! Yardbird is offering a take-home package ranging from $95 to $175.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas (from USD $100 )

Wander through the canals and ornate Venetian Resort to create an Italian getaway, right on the Las Vegas Strip.

Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas

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SkyBar is hosting the Big Game Viewing Party with no food and beverage minimum required, and further enticing guests with some of the best unobstructed views of The Strip. Cheer on your favorite team while indulging in a special Game Day menu offered from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas (from USD $125 )

Waldorf Astoria's long-standing history in the hospitality industry guarantees that guests to its Las Vegas Strip location will receive top-quality services.

Wynn Las Vegas and Encore at Wynn Las Vegas

Allegro blends America’s great sports pastime with Italian fare-and flair-with an all-you-can-eat menu of gridiron favorites for $225 per person, exclusive of beverages, tax, and gratuities.

Buffet will offer “an endless feast” all-you-can-eat package with VIP seating, 15 live cooking stations and unlimited wine, beers and custom cocktails. $225 per person exclusive of tax and gratuity.

Charlie’s Bar + Grill’s $380 per person offering includes an endless share of indulgent game-time dishes and drinks from a limited menu. Prices exclusive of premium drinks, tax, and gratuity.

Intrigue Sports Lounge offers complimentary admission to watch the game and promises a “spirited atmosphere” with plenty of viewing screens, outdoor party games, food and beverage packages, bottle service and game day giveaways. Menus will include prime rib chili, warm pretzel sticks, chicken wings, hot dogs and Wynn Field Club’s beloved Ice Cream Sandwiches.

Tables available for 6-12 guests ranging from $3,000 to $8,000. Exclusive VIP experiences can be curated upon request including a customized menu for up to 20 guests. Prices upon request.

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway is inviting guests to take part in a game watching experience that includes limitless butlered service of game day favorites for $175 per person, not including beverages. An unlimited beverage survive is available for a $99 additional charge. Prices do not include tax or gratuities.

Wynn Las Vegas (from USD $79 )

Let the historical grandeur of Wynn Las Vegas astound you during your Strip stay, from the restaurants and shopping to the pools and casino.
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