Best Sports Bars in Vegas to Watch the Big Game

Best Sports Bars in Vegas to Watch the Big Game

If you’re a sports fan visiting Las Vegas during the big game on Super Sunday, you’re in luck. Vegas has some of the most amazing sports bars in the country. And we’re not just talking about your typical sports bar with a few flat screen TVs hanging over a peanut-shell covered bar…we’re talking state-of-the-art facilities that take “catching the game” to a whole other level. Here are some of the best sports bars in Vegas to watch the nation’s two best football teams collide in the biggest bowl of the year!

Twin Peaks
3717 Las Vegas Blvd, Ste. 285
Las Vegas, NV 89109

If you’re looking to catch the final showdown of the season in a massive mountain lodge setting, check out Twin Peaks. There’s a lot going on here; attractive waitresses climbing rock walls in between serving patrons, a massive two-story video wall of giant high-def flat screens, a menu that includes mouthwatering BBQ pulled pork nachos and ribeye pot roast, and an icy-cold lineup of classic American beers all served at a brisk 29-degrees. Game? What game?

Lagasse’s Stadium
3325 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Lagasse’s StadiumWant more of a stadium-style setting to catch the final showdown of the season? Head over to Lagasse’s Stadium, featuring 24,000 square-feet packed with 109 flatscreens plus a monster 9 by 15-foot projection screen set in front of six rows of stadium-style seating. There are even “luxury boxes” for those with deeper pockets who prefer to enjoy the big game in even greater style. But what makes this massive sports bar even more amazing is the menu, created by owner and world-famous chef Emeril Lagasse. The New Orleans-inspired cuisine is only matched by the huge selection of specialty cocktails. And if the game ends up being a snorefest, hit the in-restaurant blackjack and craps tables–you will not be disappointed!

The Ainsworth
4455 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89123

Want a sports bar where you can place a bet on your favorite team? Check out The Ainsworth in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which bills itself as “The Premiere Upscale Sports Lounge.” Swankiness abounds here, with cushy leather banquettes and modern distressed wood finishes that frame large high-def flat screens hanging throughout the space. The menu offers a range of favorites from sliders to tuna tartare tacos, plus a long list of signature cocktails and over two dozen beers to choose from. And you can place your bets inside the bar-how convenient is that?

Aria Race & Sports Book
3730 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Best Sports Bar in VegasIf you’re a serious gambler and want the action of a Vegas sports book with the comfort and amenities of an upscale sports bar, watch the big game at the Aria Race & Sports Book. This high-end sports book is complete with betting windows, interactive betting stations, and computerized odds boards, so patrons can bet on virtually every sport known to man! Once you’ve placed you bets, enjoy full drink and food service, get comfortable on a plush lounge chair and catch all the action on one of the Aria’s 90 HD flat screens.

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