Super Bowl Sunday Parties Viva Las Vegas Style

Super Bowl Sunday Parties Viva Las Vegas Style

With Superbowl Sunday just a week away, it’s time to start thinking about where and your friends want to party. Truth be told, the average everyday football fan will not be at the big game but that doesn’t mean that you can’t party like you are there and Las Vegas is definitely the next best thing. There are tons of viewing parties, tailgate buffets and sports books that you can chose from.

Hard Rock Café

When:  Sunday, February 4, 2019
Time:   2:30 p.m.
Cost:    $220
What this package includes:  All you can eat bar food and alcohol. 

Crazy Horse 3

When:  Sunday, February 4, 2019
Time:   2:30 p.m.
Cost:    $199

What this package includes:  All you can eat bar food and alcohol.   VIP Super Sunday Ticket Includes Open Bar, Bottomless Tailgate Buffet plus VIP Seating throughout the Game ($400 Value), VIP Transportation to CH3 (Pending Availability), VIP Front of Line Entry ($40 Value), No Admission Charge ($40 Value), Over 15 120" HD Screens & Live Sound, Enter to Win Raffle with $5,000 Worth of Prizes Ticket Includes 2 Raffle Tickets   (Open bar begins at kick-off until the end of game only. $20 beer bucket special available before kick-off.)

The Cosmopolitan, STK

When:  Sunday, February 4, 2019
Time:   2:00 p.m. through 7:00 p.m.
Cost:    $195

STK inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Watch the big game on multiple 70-inch HDTV’s.  Enjoy all-you-can-eat prix-fixe menu and bottomless premium drinks.

The Linq – ameriCANi Beer & Cocktails

When:  Sunday, February 4, 2019
Time:   2:00 p.m. until the end of the game
Cost:    $120

All you can drink from the open bar while watching the action on over 20 high-definition TV’s.  You are welcome to bring your own food to the party from any of the neighboring restaurants in The LINQ Promenade.

Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas

When:  Sunday, February 4, 2019
Time:   2:30 p.m.

At the rooftop bar you can soak in the beautiful view of the Las Vegas Strip to go along with dozens of high-definition televisions. All you can eat buffet-style food stations serving nachos, hot dogs, bratwursts, soft pretzels, pizza and more. Place your bets at the in-house sportsbook kiosk.

Best Sportsbooks to watch the game!


10,000-square-foot Aria Race & Sports Book. Located off the main floor.  Relax on comfortable couches or in chairs with separate monitors. A total of 90 monitors are placed throughout the sports book and two 9 foot by 16 foot big screen televisions.

Bellagio: One of the fancier places in the world to make bets and follow the action.  Plush leather commander's chairs. 

Catering to high rolling sports fans, the Bellagio has some of the highest betting limits in town. 51 TVs plus 99 individual desks.

Caesars Palace: The Caesars race and sports book is an exciting venue there are plenty of seats with individual TV monitors for horseplayers, and race and sports fans alike can follow the action on several monstrous TV screens and an ample number of smaller monitors. There are six 12 x 15-foot screens, 12 50-inch plasmas and a 20 by 50-foot LED board. There are 140 sports seats with a 12-inch flat screen at every table. 

Green Valley Ranch:

Huge race and sports book with 200-plus screens, many plasma, display sporting events of all types. W

Hard Rock Hotel:

The Hard Rock could be the perfect venue for music-loving sports fans. Bets on the games can be placed at the sports book. With 6 HD projectors, configurable up to 25 screens total, the sports book at Hard Rock offers a more intimate experience than most others found in Vegas.

Westgate Las Vegas: 350 seats, it soon became known as the original "SuperBook," the eighth wonder of the gambling world. The Superbook features 30,000 square feet with 28 giant screens, and one massive 15 by 20-foot screen for a grand total of more than 60 viewing monitors.

Lagasse's Stadium at the Palazzo:  10-foot by 20-foot projection screen, complete with stadium style seating. Even better, Lagasse's Stadium at the Palazzo also has a tasty full menu designed by Emeril Lagasse and full bar.

Mandalay Bay: With 84 TV screens and 300 seats, the sports book at Mandalay Bay is easily one of the best in town. Accepting bets of $100,000 or more for the big game. 

MGM Grand:

VIP seats here create harbors for serious sports aficionados. Just off the sports book, Seats for 104 people and screens including 36 65-inch televisions and 24 42-inch plasma televisions.

Planet Hollywood:

Seating areas are arranged stadium-style, and the 33 plasma TVs are strategically placed on the bottom level for optimum viewing.

Wynn:  37 plasmas and three big screens, the largest of which is 12 feet by 12 feet. Just off the main floor of this stunning resort, the Wynn sports book is a popular place for high-rolling sports fans when the game gets going.