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[Big Game 2015]

Three Las Vegas Big Game parties to consider

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Crush at MGM Grand
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Do you like to watch the game at your friends’ house? I’m talking about your friends with the really, really nice house. To catch that vibe, head to Crush, where big-screen viewing will be accompanied by butler-style service and a choice of à la carte eats or a buffet of shaved brisket sliders, chorizo paninis, fried calamari and bucket-of-beer specials. Special menu is $85. MGM Grand, 702-891-3222.

Cabo Wabo is having a Super Bowl party in its spacious, HDTV-packed Loft. There’s a 184-inch video grid up there, too. Admission includes an open bar of unlimited mixed drinks, margaritas, beer, wine, sangria and more, plus all-you-can-eat wings, sliders, taquitos and more. $200. Planet Hollywood, 702-385-2226.

Only in Vegas can you hit a Super Bowl party inside a giant dayclub pool dome. Marquee’s Q Bowl promises to be one of the most unique viewing parties on the Strip. Splurge for the buffet and feast on salt-crusted filet mignon, honey barbecue riblets and truffled mac and cheese. Open bar or buffet $60, both $120. Cosmopolitan, 702-333-9000.

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