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Where To Watch The Baseball Postseason In Las Vegas

Last updated: October 15, 2018 at 5:37 pm. Posted by in Rio Las Vegas, The Cromwell, The LINQ, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Where To Watch The Baseball Postseason In Las Vegas.

It’s that wonderful time of year when the leaves are starting to change color (well, in most places), sweater weather is in full swing (again, in most places) and pumpkin spice flavoring starts to creep onto store shelves and menus (that one applies to everywhere).

More importantly for some, post-season baseball is here! The brackets are set and the top teams from each league will duke it out at the Fall Classic in mere weeks.

If you’re in Vegas while it’s all happening, you won’t even have to miss any of the major league action. There’s always a seat ready for you so you can kick back, relax and catch the game.

Where To Watch Baseball Playoffs In Vegas – Sports books & Lounges

Where to watch baseball playoffs in Las Vegas - iBar at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

iBar at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino

With six big screens and 10 70-inch TVs, the Race & Sports Book at Rio is an excellent choice for any sport event – or some days, every sport event. The freshly renovated space offers plenty of seating room, including booths, lounge chairs and a long wrap-around bar.

If something more in the nightlife vein seems appealing, iBar outdoes the typical casino bar with a stylish ambiance, cocktails, and interactive tabletops that offer games, videos and ordering.

Ringer Wings Pizza and Sliders at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino offer great grub for watching playoff baseball

Ringer Wings Pizza and Sliders at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

We’ve come a long way from peanuts and Cracker Jacks.

These days, ballpark grub is one of the best parts of the baseball experience, and while Ringer Wings, Pizza and Sliders might not be a ball park, they have some great grub.

Ringer’s menu features eclectically-sauced wings, slider trios, waffle fries and even massive pizza slices in the style of nearby Pin-Up Pizza, so you can enjoy some good eats during the game. It’s even located near the sports book. Lucky you!

The Book at the LINQ Hotel & casino

The Book is a fresh new take on the sports book. Photo by AVABLU / Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

The Linq HOtel & Casino

The LINQ Hotel & Casino recently debuted a fun twist on the sports book concept. The Book features fan caves for your group, Xboxes, a self-pouring beer wall and social gaming with live leaderboards. Because you actually want to watch the game, the fan caves’ 98-inch screens will bring you closer to the action.

When you get hungry, you won’t have to walk far to Sticky Chicken. Enjoy a tasty selection of wings, tenders, salads, sandwiches and more at this funky semi-indoor food truck at The Book. Just look for the cartoon chicken DJ.

The Cromwell

If you’re staying at this boutique hotel, the plush sports book features a 32-foot-long by nine-foot-tall LED video wall. It’s also not far from Interlude Lounge, which often shows games on two projectors and five TV screens.

The Las Vegas sports book at Caesars Palace has "state of the art" TVs to watch the baseball playoff games

Caesars Palace sports book. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Caesars Palace

A state-of-the-art 143-foot HD LED screen is just one highlight of the award-winning sports book at Caesars Palace, which features an excellent attached bar, ultra-plush seats and the top sound system on the Las Vegas Strip.

BEER PARK will be hosting viewing parties for baseball playoff games

BEER PARK will offer city-themed hot dogs based on the final teams. Photo by Anthony Mair/Courtesy of Beer Park

Bally’s and Paris Las vegas

In addition to the well-featured sports books at Paris Las Vegas and Bally’s Las Vegas, baseball fans will want to check out Le Bar Du Sport. The bar is near the Paris sports book and features a menu of specialty cocktails and beer on tap. Parisian touches give this spot an elevated atmosphere.

BEER PARK, just outside of Paris Las Vegas, will host viewing parties and offer specials from Oct. 23 – Oct. 31. Grab some hot dogs from the hot dog cart, with toppings based on the cities in which the competing teams reside.

Enjoy one of BEER PARK’s 100 varieties of beer or pick up a beer bucket with five bottles of Budweiser, priced at $35.

Check out all our Las Vegas sports books for all the baseball playoff action.

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Jorge has been writing in Las Vegas for about a decade, covering a mix of entertainment, nightlife and travel offerings for publications like Best of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Weekly, Los Angeles Times and Louisville Voice-Tribune. In his spare time, he's traveling, at pub trivia or not playing his stack of video games.

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