College football fans, NFL maniacs, NHL lovers, NBA fanatics, MLB, Footballers, there’s too many to list! Catch your favorite teams and eat some great food at these Las Vegas sports bars.
Whether you’re looking for a spot to watch the big game or the big fight, or you just want to get some grub to feed a hungry crew, this list of The Best Sports Bars in Las Vegas will have a bar for you.
Aces & Ales
NW Tenaya & Eastside Nellis locations
Craft beer is their passion at Aces & Ales. They frequently rotate a carefully selected array of 20 (Nellis Location) & 50 (Tenaya Location) finely crafted draft beers, as well a meticulously tuned 150+ rare and vintage bottle list.
Not only do they have great beers, it’s a great atmosphere to sit and watch any game! They also offer Music Bingo, Beer & Burger Mondays and Geeks Who Drink Trivia nights. See their Facebook page for all upcoming events and specials.
Watch the Superbowl here Feb. 12th. Reserve your seat for $25- includes your seat Rez, a gift pack upon entry and extra tickets for drawings. Non-refundable, but goes toward your bill.
B.A.R. (born and raised)
Henderson on Eastern, Las Vegas on Cimarron, Bar North LV on Craig and on the strip at the Grand Bazaar shops at Bally’s (no food served at Grand Bazaar location)
One of my favorite local bars, they have a huge wall of TV’s with comfortable seating and lots more around the bar area. Not only is it a great sports bar, it’s the official bar of the Vegas Golden Knights. They’ve got great B.A.R. Bites, specialty cocktails, and Happy and reverse Happy hours.
They offer drink specials for Monday Night Football, Ladies Night every Tuesday, and are the ‘Official Home of The Rebels on The Road’. Plus, don’t miss their $25 Bottomless Brunch every Sunday. Don’t forget about their VIP club for people that are Born and Raised in Las Vegas, bring in your birth certificate and receive 10% off. Call for Superbowl Reservations, they will fill up.
The Park at MGM
A fresh take on the classic beer hall, where both beer nerds and casual drinkers will find their favorites. Located steps from T-Mobile Arena, they’ve got loads of TV’s and games galore. Grab a cold brew and a beerhaus brat, play some bar games and make some friends on the outdoor patio. They have a daily Happy Hour from 2pm-4pm with $5 food specials and an extensive list of beers.
It is located on the Strip, so expect it to be a little pricey and busy when the Knights play or for major concerts. We’ve popped into this bar lots of times before games or shows and have always found seats and had a bite or just some drinks. Great vibe before VGK games and lots of people watching football as well.
The Big Game Watch party here will be stellar! Secure your seat, hang out and have a few while you enjoy the big game. VIP Packages available starting at $150 per person. All you can eat. Reserve a table for the game here.
4178 Koval Lane
This locals hangout is just one block east of the Strip, has some of the best ribs in Vegas, and recently gave its in-house brewery a major upgrade. The Front Yard is the new 2-story indoor/outdoor beer garden with a casual brewpub atmosphere with full-service restaurant. They will serve a variety of Ellis Island Brewery beers rotated seasonally.
The second floor atrium features unobstructed views of the Vegas Strip and great vantage points to watch the game on any TV, including the 18-foot big scree. Guests can also enjoy live entertainment weekly, from DJs to local acts to special events like the annual Big Game Watch Party . Follow them on Facebook for more specials and upcoming events.
Get all the info you need about the Big Game Watch party at Ellis Island here. Choose from their classic General Admission party in The Village Pub & BBQ or buy a table in The Front Yard. GA tickets are $150 per person, all you can eat and drink. Front Yard tickets are sold per table at $250 per person. Table price includes Ellis Island beer, call drinks, and a buffet of The Front Yard game day favorites for the entire game. Choose seats on the first floor Courtyard or the second-story Terrace.
A new kind of restaurant and bar experience brought to life by a vision to create the perfect blend of great food, televised sports, beer, patio games and interactive technology – a real neighborhood bar. We’re talking 250+ beers. And astonishingly, over 120 different beers are available on draft.
PKWY can be your home for everything sports – from College Football and NFL to UFC Fight Nights and Pay-Per-View events. Explore our impressive beer menu while cheering for your favorites on one of our 37+ High Definition flat screen TVs and 3 Projectors. With so many viewing options, there’s not a bad seat in the house.
Join any one of their locations Big Game Watch parties. Open Bar and Tailgate Buffet – $120 per person (tax and gratuity not included)
Now 2 locations!
Burgers. Bacon. Beer. Slater’s 50/50 was inspired by the belief that bacon is the best stuff on earth, creating the original 50/50 patty– made of 50% ground bacon and 50% ground beef. You can add a menu full of amplified burgers and indulgent dishes to pair with one of the most mind-blowing selections of local and regional craft beer available on tap anywhere. I’ve recently visited this bar and loved my Hi-Brow Burger and Spicy Margarita.
They’ve got TV’s abound for great sports viewing and offer plenty of discounts on beers for showing your team spirit as well as locals events, trivia night and military and first responder discounts. Slater’s 50/50 has won numerous “Best Of” awards, including Best Beer List 2019, and was voted one of The Best Burgers in the US.
Their Big Game watch party sells out every year, so grab your tickets now! The party is Feb. 12th from 3pm-7pm. Tickets start at $125 per person, includes buffet food, open bar and reserved seating. Silverado Ranch location tickets or Lake Mead location tickets.
Sporting Life Bar
7770 S. Jones Blvd.
Sporting Life has the kind of legit grub-addictive pork belly, daily taco specials, 50-cent deviled eggs-you’d keep in your dinner rotation, even without the big game overhead. Sporting Life Bar is proud to be the home of the Ohio State University Alumni Club (Las Vegas). Go Buckeyes! They also have dart night and trivia nights. Check their Facebook page regularly for more deals and events!
Planet Hollywood & 9510 S. Eastern Ave.
Guest visit Twin Peaks for many reasons, one being the ability to see wall-to-wall TVs with sports from every angle is second to none. From title fights to spring training, you can always count on Twin Peaks to show every local rivalry and primetime matchup.
Add on a from-scratch menu paired with 29 degree draft beers served in icy cold mugs and this sports bar has just what you’re looking for. They’ve got daily drink specials, happy and reverse happy hour Mon-Fri and offer a 20% discount on food for military and first responders.
Show up early, cash out quarterly for the Big Game at Twin Peaks. The first 100 fans to show up for the big game get a free square for the chance to win a Twin Peaks gift card at the end of every quarter. Plus every fan scores a free Chips & Queso ticket just for showing up.
I would love to hear your choice for Best Sports Bars in Vegas- particularly if they run great food and beverage deals during the games. I can’t possibly get to all the bars around, so let me know in the comments below!
No matter which team you are rooting for, you’re sure to find some great beer and good eats all over town. Check out our list of Best Happy Hours around Town or find out where to get your grub on game day with this list of Super Bowl deals and freebies.
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