Next to actually being at the Superbowl – Vegas is the Top Destination. With airfare the lowest in 12-months and Allegiant Air under $200 round-trip to over 50+ cities, tourism is up in Vegas over last year. HUGE wall-size TV’s and and surround sound in most all major hotel party’s, food buffets and open bars at most events.
Big Game Party at Cili. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat gourmet buffet and an all-you-can-drink premium open bar as you watch the big game on multiple big-screen televisions. Located on the Bali Hai Golf Club on the Las Vegas Strip, Cili is a gourmet restaurant offering American dishes with Thai and Asian influences. Doors open at 1 p.m. on Feb. 5. Tickets are $120 and include tax and service fees. Call (702) 597-6361 for more information and to purchase tickets.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino invites patrons to enjoy prime viewing of all the on-screen action along with game day food available at Blitzed Sports Bar & Lounge as well as an exclusive game day party in The Joint at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 5. Ball park favorites are available at Blitzed, which features 23 flat screen TVs. Blitzed also features unique music and sports memorabilia. The Joint hosts an exclusive sports viewing party and invites fans to partake in all the action by offering $49 packages, which include a six-bottle bucket of beer. Guests will enjoy the action as the big game is projected on larger-than-life screens on the famous concert stage.
Crazy Horse III offers an open bar during the entire first quarter of the game and raffles off a 46-inch flat screen LCD HD-TV on Sunday, Feb. 5.Football aficionados are urged to purchase pre-sale tickets priced at $30 which include VIP entry, snacks and a first quarter open bar.
PBR Rock Bar will be the ultimate spot on the Strip to catch all of the football action on the eatery’s 105 wall-to-wall HD-TVs at its ‘Big Game 2012’ party. Guests can enjoy an open bar of domestic drafts and well drinks starting at $100. Seating for these packages will not be guaranteed. Football buffs who don’t want to miss a second of the action will have a guaranteed seat with a $200 minimum purchase of food and beverages from the regular dining and bar selections.
Fans will throw on their favorite football attire to celebrate the biggest game of the year on Rhumbar’s patio on Sunday, Feb. 5. Priced at $150 per person, Rhumbar’s Big Game Tailgate Party is a great place for football fanatics to catch all of the pigskin fun. Patrons will enjoy drink deals as well as specials on customary tailgate fare including original and jalapeno cheese hot links, nachos, hotdogs and more. Plus, guests will enjoy football’s most famous cocktail, the Rhumbar Bloody Mary, as they cheer on their favorite team. The 3,000-square-foot patio will open one hour prior to kickoff. The party package will start at the first whistle and continue until the final touchdown. With Rhumbar’s six big screen televisions on the patio, guests will catch all of the action.
Rockhouse Bar & Nightclub makes the calls for football fanatics to take in a Super Sunday XLVI party on Feb. 5. The ultra-dive bar will offer unlimited food and bar packages and great views from every seat in the house. With 28 high-definition televisions all fans will be sure to catch every play, commercial and half-time entertainment. Open bar packages start at $100 per person, and the open bar and all-you-can-eat buffet combo starts at $125 per person. Food and drink packages are available from kick-off until the end of the game.
Football fanatics will have a place to call home as Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo Cantina in Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino throws a Super Sunday bash on Sunday, Feb. 5. Patrons in attendance will indulge in Cabo Wabo’s signature Tequila and savor tailgate fare while catching all of the action of the year’s biggest game. Priced at $55, Cabo Wabo will offer an irresistible all-you-can-eat buffet that includes wings, hot dogs and build-your-own nacho and taco bars. For $155, football fanatics can upgrade their packages to also include all-you-can-drink wells and drafts. Buckets of Coors Light will be available for $20, and Coors Light giveaways will be awarded each quarter. The big game will be shown on Cabo Wabo’s multiple high-definition televisions as well as jumbo projector screens.
The Lounge at the Palms will hold a viewing party for the Big Game. The Lounge will provide comfortable seating accommodations, high-definition viewing and a football tailgate buffet including game day favorites like Buffalo-style wings, BBQ pulled pork sliders, Philly Cheese Steaks and more. Drinks specials include $3 16-ounce Miller Lite Drafts and $2 shots of Jägermeister. The party begins at 1 p.m. Feb. 5.
The Gold Spike Hotel & Casino is set to become Big Game party headquarters on Sunday, Feb. 5. Purchase a wristband at the bar for just $8.95 and enjoy all-you-can-eat from the hot dog bar, chicken wings, chips, salsa and beans and a free Gold Spike draft beer during the Big Game buffet from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. During the game, the Gold Spike will also have prize drawings and giveaways including Bud Light and Gold Spike merchandise. There will also be $2 PBR draft beers for sale at the bar and more than 20 TVs to catch all of the action.
Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris has a full lineup of events for the Big Game weekend. Kicking off the weekend on Friday, Feb. 3, E! reality starlet, Playboy Playmate and host of Night School 4 Girls, Laura Croft, will host her 29th birthday bash alongside the beautiful ladies of Bench Warmer who plan to sport their sexy athletic attire in celebration of the game. On Saturday, Feb. 4, former WEC welterweight champion, Carlos “The Natural Born Killer” Condit, will host his after-fight party immediately following his UFC 143 fight against Nick Diaz. Top Progressive House DJ, Carlo Astuti, will also be residing Saturday evening as he plays his award-winning electronic-house set in the Butterfly Gardens located upon the rooftop of Chateau.
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas will show the game on big screen TVs throughout the venue along with German beer and a special Bavarian menu which includes fish and chips, bratwurst patty sandwiches, German potato pancakes, football-shaped meatballs and more.
Watch the Big Game at LBS Burger Joint at Red Rock Resort and enjoy game day festivities and drink specials.An hour before kick-off, football fanatics can enjoy the Drink to Drown special for $20. Offered at the full-service bar, patrons will receive a free T-shirt and indulge in all-you-can-drink draft beers. T-shirts will be available while supplies last. Chef Anthony Meidenbauer has added two new mouthwatering burgers to the menu inspired by the competing NFL teams. “The Patriot Burger” is made with an all-beef patty and topped with crispy New England clam strips, cole slaw, sliced tomato and Louis dressing. “The Big Apple Burger” will be loaded with an all-beef patty, mozzarella cheese, roasted tomato and pepperoni served on a pizza focaccia bun.