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Last updated: October 21, 2016 at 4:22 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 16 Comments on Where to watch football in Las Vegas.

Football season is kicking off again and unlike last year, Tom Brady really IS suspended for the opening games. Guess what? We’re not waiting for him to start the season of beer, wings and football in Sin City! Las Vegas restaurants, bars and sports books know football is often as much about cheering on your team as it is about the betting and, let’s be real, the snacks. Plan your game watching accordingly with this handy guide to specials and where to watch football in Las Vegas.

CAESARS PALACE:

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill and Football Game Specials

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill offers football specials at the bar on Saturdays for college football and on Sundays for NFL games:
• On Saturdays, the bar opens at 9 a.m. and the kitchen opens at 10 a.m. with a special tailgate menu
• On Sundays, the bar and kitchen both open at 10 a.m. with a special tailgate menu
• Drink specials include Bloody Marys with Belvedere vodka for $15
• 35-ounce Haufbraus House style beer mugs $35
• Chandon mimosas for $14
• 100-ounce beer tubes for $40
• Miller Lite or Coors Light buckets of five beers for $40

Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book

Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book

The Caesars Palace Race & Sports Book, voted best sports betting destination four years in a row by Las Vegas Review Journal readers, is a prime spot to catch every play. Click here to reserve your seats now. The venue features:
• Six oversized 12’ by 15’ screens
• A 20’ by 50’ LED board
• Twelve 50” plasma screens
• A 12” flat-screen TV at every table
• VIP Upper level premium seating includes an all-you-care-to-drink package, featuring sponsored beverages, ranging from $350 to $400
• VIP Lower level seating, located on the floor level of the sports book, offers seating for $75 which includes three drink tickets, if you would like to reserve seating
• Drink specials include 16-ounce Miller Lite or Coors Light for $8.50 or buckets of 5 for $40
• Bloody Marys for $14 featuring Ketel One vodka with pimento and blue cheese-stuffed olives and house-made Bloody Mary mix
• Margaritas for $16 with Caesars Palace Select Barrel of Patron Anejo, Cointreau and fresh squeezed lime
• Mimosas for $14 with Moet & Chandon Brut Champagne and fresh squeezed orange juice
• Game day shot specials include $13 Crown Royal shots and $8 Crown Royal Regal Apple shots

Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace

Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace

Enjoy the ultimate in posh football viewing at Montecristo Cigar Bar. Click here to book your spot including the following options:
• Pods in the front “Library” space include one couch, two tables and two arm chairs to accommodate your crew and are available for a $500 food and beverage minimum on Saturday and Sunday
• Courtyard VIP seating includes four individual chairs and one table around a flat screen TV for a $500 food and beverage minimum on Saturday and Sunday

VISTA Cocktail Lounge at Caesars Palace

VISTA Cocktail Lounge at Caesars Palace

VISTA Cocktail Lounge offers a variety of reserved seating options including:
• Bar stools for $50 per stool
• Table seating for four for $400
• Table seating for six for $600
• Table seating for eight or more for $1,000

Caesars Palace Lobby Bar specials include:
• Drink specials include 16-ounce Miller Lite or Coors Light for $8.50 or buckets of 5 for $40
• Bloody Marys for $14 featuring Ketel One vodka with pimento and blue cheese-stuffed olives and house-made Bloody Mary mix
• Margaritas for $16 with Caesars Palace Select Barrel of Patron Anejo, Cointreau and fresh squeezed lime
• Mimosas for $14 with Moet & Chandon Brut Champagne and fresh squeezed orange juice
• Game day shot specials include $13 Crown Royal shots and $8 Crown Royal Regal Apple shots

searsucker

Searsucker offers happy hour specials on food and drinks during football games.

Searsucker specials include:
• The restaurant and bar offers extended Happy Hour specials during all televised games on Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Happy Hour specials include $9 bites and drink specials from 5-7 p.m. plus the aforementioned game times. Enjoy bar eats including tomato & burrata, lollipop wings and tuna tacos. Bud and Bud Light are $4, select draft and bottle beers are $5, house wine is $7 and specialty cocktails like the Blueberry Ginger Smash with Old Forester are $8.
• On Sundays, the venue opens at 10 a.m. with a special Early Eats Menu, which is served until 2 p.m. Specials include chilaquiles, pork belly hash, breakfast burritos with chorizo and smoked bacon and buttermilk biscuit sandwiches.
• Enter to win in the weekly giveaway for a $100 Searsucker giftcard.

The Cromwell:

Bound at The Cromwell.

Bound at The Cromwell.

Interlude specials include:
• Enjoy a tailgate party atmosphere during Saturday and Sunday with food and drink specials during the games.
• Buckets of beer are 5 for $29
• Ketel One, Patron and Bacardi cocktails for $12

Bound specials include:
• Catch all the Monday and Thursday night football action
• Enjoy drink specials on punch bowls and whiskey flights

THE LINQ HOTEL & CASINO and The LINQ Promenade:

Best place to watch football is at Las Vegas sport books

Bring your crew to TAG Sports Bar for game day.

TAG Sports Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino has more than 200 beers for your sipping pleasure while you take in all the NFL action Thursday, Sunday and Monday nights on 50 TVs. Get your bets in at the live sports betting kiosk right on site so you don’t have to miss a minute of the action. Drink specials include:
• Miller and Coors buckets of five, 16-ounce beers for $30
• Bloody Marys and mimosa specials
• Stadium-style food items available for delivery to the bar

Watch Football Games at Las Vegas Bar at The LINQ

3535 at The LINQ Hotel & Casino

Catalyst Bar and 3535 also offers beer specials:
• Buckets of five, 16-ounce Coors or Miller beers for $30

O’Sheas Casnio is the beer pong hot spot for halftime showdowns, complete with plenty of drink specials during the games including:
• Buckets of five, 16-ounce Coors or Miller beers for $30
• $13 Irish Handcuffs
• $4 draft beers
• $8 shots of Jameson, Jägermeister and Fireball

Watch all the football games in Las Vegas this year and the Yard House

Yard House knows what’s important about football season.

On The LINQ Promenade, Yard House extends happy hour during Monday Night Football from the opening kickoff until the final play, including the first Monday night double header. Happy Hour pricing includes:
• $1 off domestic pints and well drinks
• $2 off craft and import pints and goblets, domestic half yards, house crafted cocktails, the Fresh & Skinny line of cocktails, all mules, wines by the glass and cocktails made with call and premium spirits
• $3 off house martinis
• $4 off craft and import half yards

Harrah’s Las Vegas:

Watching football in Las Vegas - Harrah's Las Vegas

You’ll love this bar and grill for watching football!

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill kicks off its Hangover Sunday specials for Sunday football:
• Enjoy a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar
• From 11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m., choose from unlimited Bloody Marys, domestic draft beer and mimosas for $25
• Breakfast is served until 1 p.m.
• A betting kiosk opens on site at 9 a.m.
• Miller Lite hosts the Sunday football parties so enjoy Miller Lite drink specials, prize giveaways and food specials
• Weekly Football Sunday drawings for jersey giveaways

Harrah's Race and Sports Book

Harrah’s Race and Sports Book

Harrah’s Race & Sports Book offers food and drink specials including:
• Enjoy a special football menu from the delicious Fulton Street Food Hall
• Miller Lite hosts the Sunday football parties so enjoy Miller Lite drink specials, prize giveaways and food specials
• Weekly Football Sunday drawings for jersey giveaways

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino:

The Rio’s Race & Sports Bar offers a plethora of beer and cocktail specials. Wear your jersey and if your team wins that day, you’ll get 25% off of your check plus specials including:
• $5 16-ounce Miller or Coors beers
• $25 buckets of five Miller or Coors beers
• $6 New Amsterdam cocktails
• $7 Wild Turkey cocktails
• $8 El Jimador cocktails
• $6 Cruzan cocktails
• $10 Moet mimosas
• $7 Absolut Bloody Marys

The Rio’s Race & Sports Book offers a great football viewing setup for all games:
• Half-moon booths that accommodate four-five people are available during all games on Sunday and Monday for a $300 food and beverage minimum
• Booths with two chairs that accommodate a total of four people are available during all games on Sunday and Monday for a $200 food and beverage minimum

Where to watch football in Las Vegas - Rio Las Vegas Sports Book

All American Bar & Grille offers several packages to suit your crew. The Ultimate Sunday Package is available $100/person for six hours during any NFL game and includes:
• A four-hour open bar for draft beer
• Assorted flatbread pizzas
• Unlimited buckets of wings
• Nachos and cheese bar
• One Monster Sub Sandwich per four people
• Unlimited soft drinks
• One Resque Water per person

All American Bar & Grille also offers The Tailgate Package for $50 per person including:
• A three-hour open bar for draft beer
• Unlimited buckets of wings
• Bottomless fries with assorted dips
• Unlimited soft drinks
• One Resque Water per person

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About The Author

Allison came to Las Vegas over a decade ago and fell in love with the city and all its dining and entertainment options. A live music junkie and tequila enthusiast, she has written for Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Vegas Magazine and Conde Nast's VegasChatter.

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16 Responses

  1. joseph

    I like english soccer, do you have any get togethers for that

  2. D K Fairbanks

    There are many games played at the same time. How do you determine what games are on the screens?

  3. Allison Duck

    Hi DK,

    The various sportsbooks have so many TVs that most games can be found somewhere throughout the venues. The games with the most action will be featured on the main screens. Also, they books make sure the channels are up before 9am, thus showing the logos of the teams who are playing, so guests can choose their seating accordingly. I hope your team(s) have a good season!

    Thanks,
    Allison

  4. Sam S.

    We are looking for a kid friendly place to watch college football on a Saturday afternoon. Any suggestions? We are staying at Caesar’s.

  5. Allison Duck

    Hi Sam,

    I just went to Le Burger Brasserie at Paris Las Vegas this past weekend and noticed the great TV set up. (It’s in the connecting piece between Bally’s and Paris.) Chances are the whole family will find food they like there and it’s a great place to catch games. Pro tip- the spiked milkshakes can also be ordered without alcohol for the children and the waffle fries are amazing 🙂 Enjoy the games!

    Allison

  6. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Joseph – Your best bet for English soccer is at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace. They show a lot of the matches. Give them a call before you go to make sure they have the match you’re interested in. Their number is 702-731-7410.

  7. Do you offer any food and beverage or buffet discounts for TR members? I’m booked for 12th -15th at the Rio

  8. Allison Duck

    Hi John,

    Our Marketing departments determine offer availability based on a number of factors including the length of play as well as the amount of play in our casinos. You may view any offers you qualify for online by logging into your Total Rewards account, then going to My Offers. I hope you have a great trip!

    Thanks,
    Allison

  9. Daren

    Allison-it says the Tag Sports bar has a live betting kiosk. Is that for NCAA snd NFL games or fantasy sports? I have never seen that before.

  10. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Daren –
    Yes, you will be able to bet on all of your favorite football games from the live betting kiosk on site.

  11. Keya

    Will these packages be available for Super Bowl? If not, do you know what the prices and packages are?

  12. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Keya – There will be different packages available for the Super Bowl. We don’t have any information on prices or what will be available yet, but we will plan a blog when we have that information. Thanks!

  13. Frank

    Where can I take a group of 12 people to watch college football on a Saturday afternoon?

  14. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Frank – You might want to try TAG Sports Bar at The LINQ, Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas or any of the sports books.

  15. Tony C

    I didn’t notice any mention of the Monday Night or Thursday night NFL games. Would it be the same as the Saturday/Sunday venues?

  16. Kristine McKenzie

    Hi Tony – Yes, you will be able to watch Monday night and Thursday night games in the same venues as the regular weekend games. They might not have all of the same specials, but the games will be on.