LAS VEGAS, 2018-Jan-29 — /Travel PR News/ — Football fans come in many forms – professional pre-gamers, tailgating tribes, face-painted followers and even couch-riding coaches. This year, Las Vegas’ Big Game activities welcome all types. And here, overtime is always guaranteed.
Intercept unlimited views.
- BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas transforms into a rooftop tailgate party on Sunday, Feb. 4. Lined with high-definition TVs and located directly across from the Fountains of Bellagio, the venue offers unmatched views, guaranteed seating and buffet-style food, all starting at $125 plus tax and fees.
- With screens for days (300 to be exact) and hitting bays, Topgolf Las Vegas offers multiple floors of fun for the whole family. Beyond the traditional golfing levels, The Toyota Yard can be reserved for groups and features a food menu package.
- The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center’s Big Game Bash will be a football fan’s dream, decked out with stadium-style seating, delicious food and a 72-inch screen. Nestled in the heart of Downtown, guests will have access to prime views, fully stocked bars and the option to reserve special on-field tables. At a $300 beverage minimum, the on-field tables hold 6-12 people.
Master the art of Man Cave-ing.
- The D Las Vegas is dishing up some serious fun. Fans can enjoy plush leather couches, beer-pong tables, big screen TVs and open-bar access for food and drinks when they reserve a private “Man Cave” game room, starting at $170 per person. For the group that beckons a party fit for royalty, the Celebration of Champions gives super fans a chance to entertain up to 180 friends in the D Showroom and features a private bartender and stadium-style food and beverages.
- Searsucker Las Vegas inside Caesars Palace also invites men to “man cave.” Starting at 2 p.m. on game day, football enthusiasts can feast on an all-you-can-eat specialty menu including lollipop wings with buffalo sauce and blue cheese fondue; crispy pig’s ears with cilantro, lime and sea salt; duck fat fries with parmesan and more. By upgrading to the VIP Man Cave Experience sponsored by Jack Daniel’s, guests will receive all-you-can-eat-and-drink and a very special halftime show – a pig roast with all the fixings.
Fuel the fandom.
- Wynn Las Vegas & Encore Resort will turn sports fans into self-admitted foodies, with all-you-can-eat menus at Allegro, featuring tailgate favorites with an Italian twist, such as chicken parmigiana sliders, mini lasagna and more for $150 per person; and Charlie’s Bar + Grill, a vibrant sports bar with all-American dishes, $250 per person for Grandstand and $300 for VIP. For limitless fare and celebratory beverages, guests can enjoy Eastside Lounge for $175 per person, or Lobby Bar + Café for $150 per person. Also located at Wynn Las Vegas, La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway lures in the luxe loungers with a butler-style feast served tableside. The menu will feature an endless selection of exquisite dishes such as sea bass tacos with pickled onions and salsa verde; shrimp ceviche with avocado and Asian pear and loaded baked potato-style tater tots. Priced at $129 per person, excluding beverages, taxes and gratuity; the glamorous patio tailgate will kick off at 2:30 p.m.
- Perhaps one of the most creative spins on a Las Vegas classic (the buffet), is Westgate Las Vegas’ Tailgate “To-Go” option for $18.99 per person and includes a 20 oz. beer. Traditional buffet-lovers can get their fix at Fresh Buffet with the $19.99 per person selection of BBQ ribs, wings and upgrades such as crab legs.
- The Venetian Las Vegas will become a true sports haven this year. Fan favorite Bouchon, by Chef Thomas Keller, will showcase the action on big screen televisions throughout the restaurant and fuel the energy with food stations serving up a variety of game day grub. From traditional eats to a whole roasted pig for a half-time feast, along with all-you-can-drink draft beer, sommelier-selected wine, and well drinks, guests can score big for only $150 per person. New to the game, The Dorsey will offer up all-American fare alongside its swoon-worthy assortment of craft cocktails, with beverage minimums starting at $100 per person.
Perfect the victory dance.
- When the sun sets over the Las Vegas Strip, Drai’s Nightclub atop The Cromwell will heat up with performances by the world’s hottest names in hip-hop. The three-day weekend features an all-star lineup, kicking off Friday with Ty Dolla $ign, followed by Big Sean on Saturday night and rowdy trio Migos to close out the fanfare Sunday.
- The celebration never stops inside XS Nightclub at Encore Las Vegas. Opening its doors early in true tailgating style, the venue’s festivities begin at 2 p.m. on game day. A $150 VIP wristband grants partygoers general seating and buffet-style food, while group packages range from $1,250 to $25,000 and feature amenities such as bottles of Grey Goose, buckets of beer and multiple VIP wristbands.
- Hyde Bellagio inside Bellagio Las Vegas invites football fans to cheer on their favorite pro team in a music-filled, nighttime atmosphere with VIP table packages and delectable small bites from Lago by Julian Serrano.
For more information on Big Game activities in Las Vegas, visit www.VisitLasVegas.com.
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