Guide: Super Bowl parties in Las Vegas

The newly open Beer Park at Paris is just one spot to watch the Big Game, Vegas-style.
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South Point The south Valley casino isn’t waiting for kickoff to get the party started, with its exhibit hall, grand ballroom and showroom all set to open at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday. Admission is free, onsite wagering will be easy and hot dogs will be available for $1 apiece—you’ve just gotta be 21 to get inside. 702-796-7111.

Beer Park Choose from more than 100 beers while enjoying rooftop views of the Strip, multiple TVs and a projector screen at Paris Las Vegas’ brand-new outdoor hot spot. If the game sucks, the people-watching won’t. 2:30 p.m., $175, 21+, 702-444-4500.

Downtown Las Vegas Events Center A 20,000-square-foot party tent transforms into Big Game headquarters, with giant TVs and food and drink specials. The kicker? Admission’s free. Noon, 21+, 800-745-3000.

Jardin This one’s for the foodies, as the Wynn’s newest restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat menu, featuring savory treats like My Grandmother’s Chicken Meatballs and a spiced pear crostata. Put down those microwaved wings! 2 p.m., $105, 702-770-3463.

Gold Spike Where else can you do ice-luge shots while watching (or not bothering to watch) the Super Bowl? Admission is free, or you can splurge for an open bar and buffet for $50 or a reserved table with food for $300-$450. 2 p.m., 21+, 702-476-1082.

Surrender How often do you get to party at a nightclub while watching the biggest football game of the season? The First Down package at $125 gives you VIP seating and two sponsor drinks to sip while you watch. 2 p.m., 21+, 702-770-7300.

Marquee How often do you get to party at a dayclub while watching the biggest football game of the season? Come and sip your drink with style, while noshing on upgraded game-day fare such as truffle mac and cheese and salt-crusted filet mignon. 1 p.m., $65 for open bar or open buffet; $125 for open bar and buffet, 21+, 702-388-8588.

CliQue With 10 audible TVs and a delectable food and drink selection, this lounge at the Cosmopolitan allows you to do the Super Bowl with just the right amount of right. Noon, reserve seating with a $250 food-and-beverage minimum, 21+, [email protected]

Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book Besides the savory burgers, open bar and free gifts, there will be more than 50 flat-screens and a giant video wall for your viewing pleasure. 2 p.m., $75 open bar, $125-$180 table packages (include open bar and food credit), 21+, 702-761-7614.

The Sayers Club The tantalizing combo of Ava Fiore of Cleats and Cleavage and fresh, hot pizza from 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria is dangerous. Noon, $60 open bar, $250 table service, 21+, 702-761-7618.

Hyde Bellagio Hosted by none other than the LA Bikini Brigade (LA’s top models in teeny bikinis), this party cannot disappoint. Who wouldn’t want to see Playboy models, MAXIM Hotties and Cybergirls cheer on their team? 2 p.m., $150, 21+, 702-693-8700.

Double Barrel Roadhouse Start the Super Bowl off early at Double Barrel. Doors open before noon, with no cover. Indulge in Southern comfort foods, like the BBQ brisket and pulled pork nachos, in between trips to the open bar. 11:30 a.m., $75 open bar, $100 table packages, 702-222-7735.

Slice of Vegas at Mandalay Place Do the Bowl Italian-style with a buffet featuring meatball sliders, baked ziti and garlic parm shoestring fries. Shot specials will also be offered every quarter. 3 p.m., $100, 702-632-6470.

TAO Bowl TAO puts a spin on traditional game-day recipes with its salt and pepper shrimp, pork belly fried rice and spicy BBQ spare ribs. With eats like that, it's easy to forget you’re partying at a nightclub. 2 p.m., $75 for either open bar or open buffet; $135 for open bar and buffet, 21+, 702-388-8588.

LAVO Bowl The high-end menu makes your burnt, homemade hamburger look depressing. Taste the grilled baby lamb chops, Kobe meatballs and scarpariello chicken wings for yourself. 2 p.m., $85 for either open bar or buffet; $145 for open bar and buffet, 21+, 702-791-1800.

Searsucker Party with the Bud Light Girls and classic American eats. Plus raffles and prizes. 2 p.m., $75 all-you-can-eat, 702-866-1800.

Herringbone This gourmet restaurant inside Aria offers a specialty whole carved swine at halftime. Feast on the entire football-inspired menu while watching the action. 1 p.m. $250 food-and-beverage minimum, 702-590-9898.

Citizen’s Kitchen & Bar No viewing party here, but in celebration of the epic game, Citizen’s is offering $20 wing buckets and $25 beer buckets all day long—and it's open 24 hours. 702-632-9200.

B&B Burger and Beer Just steps away from the Venetian Race and Sports Book, B&B offers a great view paired with specialty items from chef Mario Batali. Plus, you can get buzzed off of boozy shakes like the Bourbon Cherry, made from vanilla gelato, bourbon and Amarena Cherry. 2:30 p.m., $150 all-you-can-eat and drink, 702-414-2220.

Life Time Athletic - Green Valley A unique twist on the beer, pizza, and wings-style Super Bowl. Instead, pre-game with a morning workout followed by an organic buffet. Members and their guests can even have their little tykes babysat while they watch the game on seven screens. 2:30 p.m., $25, members/guests of members only, 702-802-7300.

Vinyl One of Vegas’ most popular music venues delves into Super Bowl madness with an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring a taco cart, a popcorn cart, a chip-and-dip station and sloppy Joes. Unlimited draft beer, house wine, well cocktails and an additional cash bar will also be available. 2:30 p.m., $195, 702-693-5000.

Tilted Kilt at the Linq A guaranteed spot at the bar, unlimited drinks starting one hour before kickoff, and the deliciously meaty Tilted Butcher Block Pizza make for the perfect Super Bowl outing. Just don’t forget to order a Guinness. 2:30 p.m., $200 bar seat; $175 table inside the restaurant (prices don't include food), 21+, 702-826-2100.

Plaza The Plaza offers multiple venues to get in on the action. The Sierra Ballroom will feature a stadium-style buffet, open bar, raffles, and purchasable sports memorabilia, while the William Hill Race and Sports Book offers no entry fee to gambling guests. Sierra Ballroom: 2:30 p.m., $100; William Hill: All day; 800-634-6575.

Hooters at Palms With more than 50 viewing screens and five complimentary drinks, watching the game with the Hooters Girls sounds quite alluring. All day, $50, 18+, 702-690-3183.

The Lounge at Palms Anytime on game day for just $40, you can get four drinks, raffle tickets and access to nonstop Super Bowl action. If you’d rather pay as you go, Buds, Coronas, Modelos, and shots of Fireball and Jäger will be only $4 each. All day, 21+, 702-944-3200.

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