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NFL Sunday

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NFL Sunday

We will be there this coming weekend (September 13-17) and wondered where the best place to watch the NFL games. Staying at Bally's, but will go wherever. Would prefer an actual sports bar versus a section in the casino with a TV in it. Thanks!!!

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1. Re: NFL Sunday

Are you looking for a sportsbook type place where you can watch all the games at once while you have bets?

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2. Re: NFL Sunday

No just to watch the game(s). Want to watch Seattle at least.

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This may help

lvrj.com/multimedia/NFL-Bars-2012-168022876.…

but those are off strip

But this sounds good:

Lagasse's Stadium at the Palazzo

3325 South Las Vegas Boulevard (702) 607-2665

There are more than 100 HD TVs including a 9 foot x 16 foot main TV to watch the NFL Enjoy a full menu from Emeril Lagasse's signature cuisine and bar. The seats are in a cool indoor stadium style dinning and viewing area.

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4. Re: NFL Sunday

Your Seahawks bar:

http://scooterspubinc.com/

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5. Re: NFL Sunday

"Would prefer an actual sports bar versus a section in the casino with a TV in it."

How about a section with 25 TVs? lol Actually watching a game in a Vegas sportsbook is a pretty unique experience, you might really enjoy it.

Ballys has a fairly nice sportsbook, but of course the luxury hotels are nicer. You could walk over to either Bellagio or Caesars.

I don't know if Seattle is home, but if they are that means a 1pm game in Vegas. You might have trouble finding seating in most of the sprotsbooks then.

A fun place close by to watch the games is The Pub at Monte Carlo.

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At the risk of stating the obvious....In general, I found that sport-bars are less crowded than the sport-books for NFL (and college) game days. And non-sport-bars are less crowded than sport-bars.

For sport-books; Mandalay has a ton of seats so have a good chance of snagging a couple together. However the seats are only OK comfort wise. They are a bit small and not the most comfortable for 3 hours of viewing.

The problem with big sport-bars is that they normally won't change channels for you, but they usually have enough TV's where you can find your game.

The problem with non-sport-bars are some of them don't carry all the NFL games so you need to ask the bartender if they do. And if so, they are usually very accomodating about switching the channel for you.

The best luck I've had is the bar in Luxor right near the sport-book. Can usually find 2 to 3 seats together and bartender's usually turn on Blackhawk matches for me there. So nice!

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Try La Burger Brassiere between Paris and Bally's

parislasvegas.com/casinos/paris-las-vegas/re…

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We stayed at the Mirage and thought the sportsbook area to watch NFL was great with huge Tvs, but we actually went across the street to Margaritaville to watch because we love their volcano nachos. It was very crowded this past Sunday, but we got lucky getting a seat mid game time.

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Lagasse's Stadium at the Palazzo is a perfect mix of sports bar and sports book and will feature every game in a very exciting atmosphere.

You'll need to call and make reservations - they do it in roughly 3 hour blocks to corresponded with the 10:00 and 1:00 games. There are two pricing levels depending on where you want to sit: $100 per person per game (3 hours) F&B to sit in the comfy "stadium seats"...$50 per person per game to sit in the dining area.

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I asaked the same question last week and I was advised to head to Paradise Cantina(corner of Harmon & Paradise).2 for 1 dureing football,alot of tv's,Ok food.It's a locals kinda place.Thats where I will be going when I get in town on the 30th.