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Las Vegas is the place to be for Super Bowl LVI

8 February 2022

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Are you ready for some football? With an incredible array of watch parties, activities and events, Las Vegas is set to celebrate the very best in gridiron action on Sunday, 13 February. From the Strip to Downtown and beyond, football fans can catch all the excitement while enjoying over-the-top gameday viewing and mouthwatering specialty menus that only Las Vegas can provide.

Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. PST, but the action in Vegas starts long before the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals take the field. There are various schedules for the festivities, as well as reservation details, which can be confirmed with each venue.

AREA15’s Emporium Arcade Bar Las Vegas will offer football fans drink specials and the opportunity to order pizza from celebrity chef Todd English’s The Beast restaurant for the Big Game. The watch party is complete with raffle prizes, as promotional drink purchases earn visitors tickets to win tokens and bar tabs. Wear your jersey for double raffle tickets.

Caesars Entertainment presents viewing opportunities at its Caesars Sportsbook venues, offering football fans a stadium-style experience and beverage packages at Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Harrah's Las Vegas Casino & Hotel, Bally's - Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, The LINQ Hotel + Experience and The Cromwell. Additional watch parties will occur at Influence, The Pool at The LINQ Hotel + Experience, as well as the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, Alto Bar, VISTA Cocktail Lounge and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace.

Circa Resort & Casino presents two spectacular celebrations at Downtown’s newest resort. Viewers can cheer their favorite team on at the “world’s largest sportsbook” or the hotel’s pool amphitheater, Stadium Swim. The Sportsbook offers a 78-million-pixel, high-definition screen, while Stadium Swim features a 14-million-megapixel display—ensuring viewers won’t miss a minute of the gridiron action. The resort also offers food and beverage options, with delectable dishes from Victory Burger & Wings Co., Project BBQ and Saginaw’s Delicatessen.

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presents viewing opportunities throughout the resort. The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails offers seating in its Prohibition-inspired lounge, with access to a buffet of elevated gameday fare and its retro-inspired cocktail menu. The resort also features watch parties at CliQue Bar & Lounge, which features a special gameday menu, as well as at STK Steakhouse. The vibe-dining steakhouse offers a delicious menu of elevated gameday favorites for the Big Game, including wagyu beef sliders, tuna tartare and potato skins, as well as a beverage package for visitors.

Downtown Container Park presents the Big Game on The Lawn, with a jumbo flat-screen viewing experience at the center of the outdoor watch party that also features game-day specials from the destination’s tenants.

Downtown Grand Las Vegas has all-you-can-eat-and-drink offerings for the Big Game, with viewing parties in its Triple George Grill, Freedom Beat, The Fremont Room and The Las Vegas Room.

Drai’s After Hours at The Cromwell offers table reservations for the Big Game at its rooftop nightclub, with a wide array of food and drink for guests to enjoy.

Ellis Island Casino & Brewery presents a Big Game watch party at The Front Yard, with the action easily visible on its 18-foot TV screen. Guests can enjoy Ellis Island’s signature brews and a buffet.

Fashion Show Las Vegas’ El Segundo Sol offers viewers traditional Mexican bites while watching the Big Game, and each touchdown will earn guests one free Happy Hour taco.

Gold Spike’s adult playground boasts bites, brews and special giveaways for the Big Game, with a tailgate buffet, booze and more completing its celebratory bash.

Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas offers guaranteed seating, a premium open bar and game-day food favorites, including sliders, wings, pizza and tacos. Guests can enjoy the offerings with views of not only the Big Game, but also the Las Vegas Strip.

Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas wants football fans to say “Prost!” while cheering on their favorite team. The iconic beer hall and garden will offer guaranteed seating for guests, who will also enjoy fare from the restaurant’s special Super Sunday menu. Visitors can enjoy a mix of traditional gameday offerings alongside German favorites, as the beer hall specializes in Bavarian brews and bites.

House of Blues Las Vegas inside Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino offers unique experiences at each of its venues, including viewing options in its Music Hall concert venue, the House of Blues Restaurant & Bar and the Foundation Room atop the resort’s casino tower. Guests can enjoy its signature menu of comfort-food favorites while taking in the on-screen action.

HyperX Arena Las Vegas at Luxor Hotel and Casino offers an amazing view of the game with its state-of-the-art LED video wall and dozens of flat screen TVs. Guests also can enjoy a la carte bites and an open bar with call liquors, wine and beer. Packages for varying sizes of groups are available, with some including video game consoles and PCs.

The LINQ Promenade will offer several watch parties, including six distinct viewing options at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, each featuring bottomless food and beverage packages with the NYC transplant’s signature fare. Groups can enjoy the action in between bowling, as each lane offers seating for eight guests, or opt for a more exclusive experience, including the Roxy Room, which has capacity for 20 fans. Guests can enjoy traditional Mexican cuisine while watching their favored team attempt the ultimate win at Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar, which offers reserved seating, shared plates and beverage packages. Virgil’s Real BBQ also invites guests to view the Big Game while enjoying its signature barbecue, as food and beverage packages are available.

Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino’s 1923 Prohibition Bar is offering all-you-can-drink drafts and select cocktails, in addition to free swag and giveaways, at its Big Game bash. Guests can also visit its sister venue, Minus5° Ice Experience, during halftime for 20 percent off admission during the halftime show.

Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino offers special food and beverage packages at several of its restaurants and bars, including Buffalo Wild Wings, Cabo Wabo Cantina, Flights Restaurant, Nacho Daddy and Pampas Las Vegas.

Park MGM features special gameday menus for the occasion at its NoMad Bar and Primrose restaurant.

Plaza Hotel and Casino puts on a Big Game party in fabulous Downtown Las Vegas, complete with a stadium food buffet, William Hill betting stations, big-screen projectors and more.

Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa features viewing parties in its Rocks Lounge, Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar, Onyx Bar, Lucky Bar, Lobby Bar and T-Bones.

Resorts World Las Vegas offers football fans viewing opportunities at Eight Lounge, a luxe cigar bar and cocktail lounge, as well as its swanky and sophisticated Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge. In addition to multiple viewing opportunities, Eight features plates by Brezza, while Gatsby’s has a menu from Wally’s Wine & Spirits. Additional viewing opportunities are available at Dawg House Saloon, Alle Lounge on 66, Zouk Nightclub, Redtail and Carversteak, each featuring a fabulous selection of food and beverages.

SAHARA Las Vegas presents viewing parties at AZILO Ultra Pool and Chickie’s & Pete’s Crab House and Sports Bar. Azilo’s Big Game bash features a live DJ throughout the broadcast, which viewers can watch on its 240-foot LED video wall. Table and cabana reservations are available at the outdoor space, while Philadelphia mainstay Chickie’s will tempt tastes with its extensive menu of game day favorites like buffalo chicken nachos, pizza and its famous Crabfries.

Silverton Casino Hotel will present special food and beverage menus at its Mermaid Lounge, Shady Grove Bar and Lounge and Mi Casa Grill Cantina.

South Point Hotel Casino and Spa offers viewing parties in its Showroom, Grand Ballroom and Exhibit Hall, with free admission and seating on a first come, first serve basis. The resort will have on-site betting stations at each venue, plus tailgate-inspired food and beverage specials. Additional viewing opportunities are available at its Sports Book.

The STRAT Hotel, Casino and SkyPod will celebrate the Big Game with viewing parties, beverages and tailgate fare at PT’s Wings & Sports, View Lounge and REMIX Lounge.

Treasure Island Hotel & Casino’s Strip-side honky-tonk, Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que, features bottomless drinks alongside its signature barbecue dishes for the Big Game celebration.

Tropicana Las Vegas presents its Ultimate Big Game Watch Party, complete with a stadium-style buffet, beverage packages and giveaways throughout the gridiron action.

The Venetian Las Vegas has an extensive selection of Big Game viewing options, including watch parties complete with fabulous food and beverage packages at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, Buddy V’s Ristorante, Chica, Bouchon, Moon Palace, and each of its Cocktail Collective locations (The Dorsey Cocktail Bar, Electra Cocktail Club and Rosina Cocktail Lounge). The resort’s Grand Canal Shoppes also has several venues offering primetime viewing of the Big Game, with each venue offering a fabulous food and beverage selection. From Cañonita and Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grill to Smith & Wollensky and KAMU Ultra Karaoke to The X Pot and Yardbird, the high-fashion shopping destination features several spots to soak in the very best gridiron action.

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas’ Money, Baby! puts on its first Money Bowl, with its 200+ HDTVs providing a 360-degree view of the game. Don’t miss a second while grubbing on traditional tailgate-inspired fare from culinary director and Food Network star Beau MacMillan.

Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas offers Big Game viewers a game day menu including sliders, chicken wings, and duck fat French fries—in addition to stunning views of Las Vegas from its 23rd-floor vantage point at the Strip-side resort.

Wynn Las Vegas presents several viewing options at its celebrated bar and dining venues, including Allegro, The Buffet, Charlie’s Bar + Grill, Eastside Lounge, La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway, Lobby Bar, and Intrigue. Each venue features special menus and beverage packages for football fans.

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