Five Las Vegas Super Bowl parties

Celebrate touchdowns at Tao.

THE TUSCANY The casino-resort just east of the Strip is throwing a big-game bash in the Florentine Ballroom Sunday at 2 p.m., with large projection screens complemented by $15 beer buckets and all the football food you can handle, from burgers and nachos to ribs and pizza. Drawings for prizes will be held every quarter. Over at Tuscany’s Pub 365, the game will be on all screens as well as a big projector, Buds and Bud Lights are just $2.50, and a $15 snack platter loads you up with chicken wings, taquitos, potato skins and nachos. 255 E. Flamingo Road, 702-893-8933.

595 CRAFT & KITCHEN The so-hot-right-now westside gastropub already offers all the craft beer you could ever need for a Super Bowl flavor-fest, but it will be pouring specialties like Avery Amicitia Sour Imperial Blonde Ale on Sunday. Game-day snacks ($3-$10) include bacon-wrapped hot dogs, pork belly tacos and garbage nachos. There’s a $50 food and drink minimum, and reservations are recommended, but standing room and back-counter seats will also be available first-come, first-served at no charge. 4950 S. Rainbow Blvd., 702-586-1050.

GOLD SPIKE The Downtown bar and backyard hang is bringing back its Big Spike party kicking off Sunday at 12:30 p.m., when football will envelop the indoor-outdoor venue with giant projection screens, surround sound, ice luge shots, beer pong and more. In addition to food and drink specials, the Big Spike package ($75) offers a premium select open bar and tailgate buffet from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m., serving up all the popcorn chicken, beer dogs and booze you’ll need. DJ TeenWolf takes over the Living Room at 10 p.m. 217 Las Vegas Blvd. N., 702-476-1082.

SOUTH POINT Super Bowl watch parties are all over the South Point on Sunday with five different admission-free options and doors opening at 10:30 a.m. Catch the game in the Showroom, Exhibit Hall, Grand Ballroom, Grandview Lounge or Sports Book, with assorted food specials like $1 hot dogs, $3 slices and $5 sausage and pepper subs. Need a drink? Beer buckets cost $25 and Skyy, Captain Morgan, Crown Royal and Don Julio wells are $5. 9777 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 866-791-7626.

TAO/LAVO For a different kind of football party, tune in to the annual Tao Bowl. For $150 per person, guests will get all access in the iconic nightclub, an open bar from 1 to 4 p.m., a buffet featuring sushi, prime rib, barbecue spare ribs, Kobe beef sliders and more. Next door at Lavo, you don’t have to wait until game day: Playboy’s Bunny Bowl takes over on Saturday, February 3 when Playmates Kayla Collins, Crystal McCahill, Hiromi Oshima and Stephanie Branton host the weekly Party Brunch with DJ MikeAttack on the decks. The party starts at 2 p.m Tao at Venetian, 702-388-8338; Lavo at Palazzo, 702-791-1800.

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