Big Game Bashes in Las Vegas (2023)

The big game is coming back in town. While the weather in Las Vegas is on the cold side, rest assured that the watch parties will stay hot.

These Las Vegas hotels and casinos plan to host Super Bowl LVII parties and events in 2023 — just one year away from its debut as the super bowl host city for Super Bowl LVIII in 2024. That game will culminate at the semi-recently opened Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders.

Follow the map to the money with our Las Vegas Strip map, and grab a seat in time for superbowl Las Vegas to kick off.

Head to a Casino Sportsbook to Secure a Bid

The sportsbook viewing area with large screens at Circa Hotel

Sports betting and the Super Bowl go together like an espresso martini and a Friday night. No matter the chosen accommodations, these sportsbooks and betting arenas are worth the visit.

Caesars Sportsbook at Caesars Palace

It might not be the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, but this huge and gorgeous venue is one of many Caesars Entertainment venues putting on Super Bowl parties.

Don’t forget to stop into Carmine’s for the Big Game at the Forum Shops at Caesars, one of the many malls on the Strip, to enjoy a more upscale menu and commemorate moment after moment of team spirit.

BetMGM Race and Sports in Multiple Locations

ARIA Resort & CasinoPark MGMThe Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and more Strip hotels will stream the Super Bowl on gigantic indoor screens, from the comfort of cushy seating and with great eats.

For a full list of places to bid across the Strip, check out the Las Vegas Strip sportsbooks to place bets on your team of choice.

SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas

With the claim as “the largest sportsbook in the world,” this sportsbook boasts hundreds of seats, multiple TV screens and long open hours for optimal viewing.

Watch the Super Bowl on the Strip

Plan those watch parties early and often. All day — on the best February Sunday in the books — Las Vegas hotels are putting on celebration after celebration with drinks packages, party events and all-access fun. While the entire city is game day ready, the Strip’s entertainment is worth reserving early.

Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas

It’s not too cold to chill outside while watching the Big Game, but the seating for the Big Game at Beer Park ensures comfort at all points of the day. Reserving a table means that your spot is secure for the entire day on normal weekends, but Big Game access is in high demand. Get two, four, six or eight-person tables on this rare outdoor patio.

Carnaval Court at Harrah’s Las Vegas

Keep the game day festivities going outdoors at Carnaval Court. Tickets range from $75 for a standard drinks package to $700 for a VIP table.

HyperX Sports Arena at Luxor Hotel & Casino

Grab one to five of your closest friends for a table at HyperX for the Super Bowl. Purchase tickets for $110 a head to celebrate your favorite team on the big screen. Food specials are also available.

Señor Frogs at Treasure Island – TI Hotel

A pile of sauce-covered chicken wings on a plate.
image courtesy of Señor Frogs

The Las Vegas location of this international party heaven has its own Señor Frog’s Big Game day event scheduled. From 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. this hopping party will serve out an all-you-can-drink open bar with classic bar bites, including dessert churros.

Tailgate Party at Azilo Ultra Pool at SAHARA Las Vegas

Choose your own adventure at the Azilo Ultra Pool tailgate. From the $120 first half open bar to reserved seating with bottle service and a killer view of the screen and stage, where the day is hosted by Big Ben and Fatman Scoop, the on-site options are going to be epic.

If a dayclub isn’t the move, head down to Chickie’s and Pete’s, situated outside on the Strip, for a more relaxed indoor vibe.

Flights at Planet Hollywood

Flights is hosting its 4th annual Super Bowl party on Sunday, February 12th. Complete with an open bar serving craft cocktails, prize contests and an all-you-can-eat buffet, the $195 price tag per head is well worth it.

Carlos’N’Charlie’s at Flamingo Hotel

Start the party early in the day at one of the most festive Mexican restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip. A buffet of the most American fare imaginable awaits, with “BBQ ribs, buffalo and BBQ wings, burger and pork sliders, huge hot dogs, amazing nachos, taquitos, chimichangas, fries” to name some of the treats offered.

Step Inside Spots on The LINQ Promenade

When bar hopping sounds like the move, do it all in one place. The LINQ Promenade has all of the colorful, lively places to watch football played out on the big screens.

Virgil’s BBQ: Enjoy some hearty family-style fare at Virgil’s Super Bowl party while you access a lengthy open bar window.

Brooklyn Bowl: Get started at 2 p.m. with Brooklyn Bar bar and buffet packages, with doors opening at 1:30 p.m. to snag seats.

AmeriCAN Beer Bar: The AmeriCAN Beer Bar sports haven has all of the bells and whistles for game day.

Visit One of Many Sports Bars on the Strip

Witness your local Las Vegas Raiders fans go wild in watering holes that deliver bomb eats and exciting beats. This is the time Las Vegas sports bars shine, so stop in for atmospheres ranging from rock and roll-themed, New Orleans chic and for country Western themed straight out of Dallas or Nashville.

Cheer On the Big Game Downtown

A few signature spots on Fremont Street and beyond are playing Super Bowl host city this year. Take advantage of a full weekend of activities in Las Vegas before kickoff. Read more about downtown Las Vegas and its charms and quirks — there are quite a few to fill the time.

Stadium Swim Pool Parties and Bets Galore at Circa Hotel

The Stadium Swim pool and giant screen at Circa Hotel

Unbiased fact: The most electrifying sports spectacle is best enjoyed in front of a heated pool. One of the largest sportsbooks in the world, situated on the rooftop at Circa Hotel, is preparing to bring in the crowds that come to indulge. This outdoor event has featured packages including All Circa Club, Champions Club, Legends Club and Grandstands, all including various seating options and areas.

For a fun alternative, the new Circa Las Vegas convention space has its own private party to join in conference areas with even more food and fun.

Head Down to The D Las Vegas

Get some big day bash action at The D in downtown Las Vegas. Make a reservation for a Private Man Cave, or simply enjoy the Super Bowl with a game day package complete with refreshments, betting and tech to wow.

Hit the Viewing Party at Plaza Hotel

Place a bid at one of the William Hill betting stations between dips into beer buckets and trips to the buffet and the cash bar.

More Downtown Viewing Spots and Parties

Whether it’s your first time downtown or another trip as a seasoned local, these events won’t disappoint.

Downtown Las Vegas Events Center: The Downtown Watch Zone is ready to broadcast some National Football League fun. Shaded Man Caves seating 15-20 people and smaller tables are set up amongst stadium seating, with giant screens and bumping surround sound boasting the best in fans frenzies.

Dick’s Last Resort: A $75 food and beverage credit is included as the purchase for this event. This party at Dick’s location is tucked inside Neonopolis on Fremont Street and is not valid at the Excalibur Hotel site.

Hennessey’s Tavern: The largest pint glass on Earth is offering a bargain event for the Super Bowl, with an affordable entry fee and awesome ambiance.

More Watch Parties in Las Vegas

Slater’s 50/50 Burger Bash: Nothing is better than sinking your teeth into one of the best burgers in Las Vegas while watching some National Football League action at Slater’s 50/50 for the Super Bowl.

Enjoy AYCE German Treats for Super Bowl Sunday at Hofbrauhaus: We love Hofbrauhaus for its warm, welcoming vibes, and Super Bowl Sunday is no different.

A large, salted soft pretzel with three types of mustards on a plate.
image courtesy of Hofbrauhaus

Sapphire Gentleman’s Club Special Event Packages: One of the signature strip clubs in Las Vegas is hosting an entertainment event that features VIP showroom seating access, free transportation and of course, private seating for a top-tier time.

On The Horizon: Super Bowl LVIII 2024

According to a recent press release, next year is a breakout event: Las Vegas will be the Super Bowl LVIII host city in 2024, which marks the occasion as a defining moment in Nevada sport and gaming history.

Making Super Bowl LVIII happen will bring a nearly one year process to life. CEO of Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Steve Hill — as well as the other talented minds of the host committee — are hard at work to bring Super bowl LVIII to Las Vegas for the first time.

Online services have discussed ads and streaming revenue that will tap into diverse businesses and an incredible partner roster to help host Super Bowl LVIII to its full potential.

Frequently Asked Questions About Super Bowl LVII Las Vegas

Where can I watch Super Bowl LVII in Las Vegas?

All of the resorts, casinos, sports bars and Las Vegas will host super bowl LVIII in 2024 at Allegiant Stadium, with their hopes to “showcase Las Vegas as ‘The Greatest Arena on Earth'” for next season.

Where can I watch the Super Bowl in Las Vegas 2023?

Enhance the NFL viewing experience by checking out some of the Las Vegas bars and the best restaurants on the Strip and their priority access to the games.

Can I watch the Super Bowl at a sportsbook or casino?

Most of the Las Vegas hotels are playing host to Super Bowl parties and events, from Caesars Entertainment venues like Harrah’s Hotel and Flamingo Las Vegas.

Can I watch the Super Bowl in a nightclub or pool party?

Absolutely. Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club in Las Vegas is a strip club that is hosting a Super Bowl spectacle, and Circa’s Stadium Swim is showing the most electrifying sports spectacle on its massive outdoor screens. Otherwise, there are Saturday night nightclub parties dedicated to the Super Bowl, as well as club crawls.

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