Las Vegas Goes All Out for Super Bowl LIV With Sports Betting Events
The NFL’s annual Super Bowl is the biggest single-day sports betting event of the year. While this season’s big game on Sunday, Feb. 2 will take place in Miami, Las Vegas remains a hot spot as well. If you are going to bet on the biggest game of the year, Las Vegas is the place to be.
How Is Las Vegas Going All Out for Super Bowl LIV?
The casino gambling capital offers any number of casino sportsbooks ready to take those bets. In true form, Las Vegas also knows how to throw the ultimate Super Bowl party. A recent post on the local ABC affiliate www.kynv.com relayed the game plan for celebrating Super Bowl LIV in style.
Listed alphabetically, the hot spot at the top of the list for Big Game Parties is Atomic Liquors. This is the oldest free-standing bar in Las Vegas. The big game will be broadcast on the big screen in the outdoor patio. The Kitchen at Atomic will provide the food. Also, Lagunitas Brewing Company will join in on the party.
Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas will get the party started with an elaborate rooftop tailgate. There will be more than 75 HDTV’s covering all the action starting at 2 p.m. local time.
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas should be another hot spot for football fans. Patrons can watch the game from seven different views. Bottomless food and beverage specials run all day long. As a distraction to all the pre-game hype, The Bowl has a number of open bowling lanes. This Super Bowl party offers some super packages. There is an all-you-can-eat buffet with all-you-can drink Bud Light and well drinks. The bowling package can accommodate up to eight people.
Inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Nevada , things heat up at Cabo Wabo Cantina. With the buffet, the all-you-can-drink package includes their signature margaritas.
Carmine’s at The Forum Shops is offering their “World Famous Meatballs” as a signature buffet item. The MVP Package has a premium open bar and an expansive Tailgate Buffet. This includes fresh seafood and a New York strip carving station. The doors open at 1 p.m. (PT) and specials begin at 3 p.m.
On East Fremont Street, one hot spot for Super Bowl LIV is Corduroy along with Inspire nightclub.
Both locations offer a wide variety of viewing options. One featured drink is the Moscow Mule and there will be a specialty game-day menu. Inspire features the biggest viewing screen on Fremont East.
If you are looking to spice things up, Crazy Horse 3 will offer a Topless Tailgate starting at 2:30 p.m. There is a VIP access package. This includes transportation, priority entry, an open bar and unlimited tailgate-style food. There will also be a VIP raffle with $5,000 in prizes.
The list goes on and on with ways to make the most of your Super Bowl stay in town. Las Vegas has earned its reputation as the ultimate destination for the biggest sports betting event of the year.