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Post by Admin on Tue 24 Sep - 17:13

Football season is back in full swing, and Las Vegas has no shortage of sports bars – or televisions in each bar – to cheer on your favorite teams in style. Just because you're watching sports doesn't mean you have to go to some dark hole in the wall. Check out three of our picks where football fanatics can get their fixes.

Aliante Casino

Get your NCAA and NFL football fixes at this locals' favorite on the north end of town, near Nellis Air Force base. If you like to have nearly every game in front of you, there's the sports book, with specials such as $3 prime rib sliders and $2 Budweisers. Aliante's ETA lounge takes you out of a sports bar and into a chic lounge for weekly Monday Night Football parties with traditional tailgate offerings on special such as bratwurst, hot dogs and chicken wings, $5 cocktails, $2 Budweisers, and if you're so inclined, Ketel One vodka bottle service starting at $100. It's not all vodka and football, though. Interactive contests throughout the evening provide chances to win NFL jerseys, golf bags, TVs or a one-year lease on a Volkswagen Jetta.

Lagasse's Stadium, The Palazzo

One of Las Vegas' best sports bars not only has luxurious seating and more than 100 HD TVs throughout the space, it's got killer food as well. Lagasse's Stadium brings a fun twist to Monday Night Football with team-inspired menus. Tonight's showdown between the Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos, for example, brings tortilla crusted fish tacos with shredded cabbage, black bean and corn salsa, and crème fraîche ($12) or a juicy lamb burger with caramelized onion, feta, arugula and fries ($16). Next week's Miami versus New Orleans game? Cuban sandwiches or chicken and sausage Andouille gumbo, of course. For future Monday Night Football menus, visit facebook.com/LagassesStadium.

Heraea, Palms Casino Resort

Part sports book, part restaurant, Heraea is Las Vegas's latest chic spot to combine sports and great dining. During football season, the Heraea tries to bring the stadium environment to you, complete with a kiss cam that scans the room and a remote-controlled blimp that putters around in the air dropping drink tickets. Revel in sports all weekend, whether it's playing beer pong or flip cup on Saturdays at University of Heraea, where the largest group of fans wearing team gear gets their game featured on the big screen, or tailgating Sundays that last until the end of the last evening game, making this your all-day-long football destination.


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