Touchdown at these Las Vegas Bars

Hut, hut, hike! Football season is back, so call up your bro tribe and dudettes because it’s on like Donkey Kong. This is that time of year when scarfing down 50 wings and guzzling a few beers is totally acceptable. Obviously, drunkenly yelling at the screen because the wrong team scored a TD is encouraged. Heck, we’ll even tag along. So place your bets and head to one of these Las Vegas bars to see how much moolah you won, or unfortunately lost.

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Lagasse’s Stadium at The Palazzo Las Vegas

Is gaining a football 15 a thing? If not, it is now! It’s football season, people. If you’re not cramming bar food down your throat three times a week, are you really a fan? Lucky for you, Lagasse’s Stadium inside The Palazzo changes the menu every week so you don’t get the same chicken wings all season (not like there’s something wrong with that, but go with it). And depending on the week, Chef de Cuisine Pajak picks a few teams and pays homage to their hometown with a specialty dish like Lobster po’ boy for the Patriots or BBQ brisket grilled cheese for the Texans. No matter what you pick, you’ll be in foodie heaven while rooting for your favorite team. Oh, did we forget to mention that they have 100 HD screens and plush seating? #blessed.

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Tag Sports Bar at The LINQ

Broski let’s grab a brew and clink heads every time our team scores, deal? Football season is primetime for bro bonding, and at TAG Sports Bar at The LINQ we can do it 24/7. And with 200 beers at your fingertips, this is what America is all about. Place your bets, see how the odds turn out and if you win, the next round is on you. If you lose, show the bar your losing ticket and cry into a discounted $5 shot. It’s okay, we’ve all been there.

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Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas

Oh, the great outdoors. That statement applies to rooftop patios, right? Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas is the football HQ – college included. This place checks all the boxes when it comes to football. It has all the TVs you need for play-by-plays, it offers 100 beers for you to choose from and on Saturdays they host a pig skin roast where they roast a FULL PIG! You won’t find that anywhere else. So time to report back to HQ, it’s game time.

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Lily Bar and Lounge at Bellagio Las Vegas

Head bashing and chest bumping isn’t always a requirement when you watch football. Lily Bar and Lounge gets that sometimes you just want to relax and watch your favorite team take the field by storm and crush some skulls. And while you’re enjoying your nice, relaxing, head-smashing pastime, indulge in the pork belly nachos or wings and grab a bucket of beers with your buddies while you’re at it. This is that time of the week where you get to enjoy yourself. But, if you do want to kick it up a notch, order a touchdown (Jack Daniels whiskey, sweet vermouth, brandy infused cherry juice and chocolate bitters) every time your team goes long.

Westgate Sports Book

It wouldn’t be football if you didn’t put your whole life savings on the line. Well…that might be a little dramatic, but go ahead, live on the wild side and bet a few bucks. Head over to the best sports book in town at The Westgate. Place your bets and see how much moolah you bring home. We’re banking on getting enough to buy us a new car (sorry Oprah we don’t need you for this one). Or…if you don’t want to go that far you can make it rain at a Las Vegas nightclub. Speaking of the sports book, it’s “uuuuugggeee” with a 4,488 square feet of HD video screens and more than 400 seats to place your bottoms in. So don’t worry about missing a thing, because when a team scores a touchdown you’ll reeeeaaaaalllyyy see them score a touchdown.

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