Just in time for the NFL season kickoff, The Linq debuts a new sports book with fan caves, self-serve beer taps, and dishes from a food truck. The Book opens on Sept. 6.
Aside from a betting desk, the new sports book features 87 televisions that make up an LED video wall.
Fans can rent one of 12 living rooms, dubbed fan caves, with 98-inch televisions, Xboxes, virtual reality goggles, bottle and drink service, and more.
Visitors can order food and drink from a tablet, or even place a bet or play reality games.
That food comes from Sticky Chicken, a food truck with 10 different wing combinations including naked wings cacciatore and parmesan, sriracha blast, bourbon barbecue, mango chipotle, Thai curry, and Nashville hot, and huge sandwiches, such as the Gladiator, made with ricotta pesto, grilled mozzarella, and spicy Italian sausage topped with a ciabatta roll for $13.99. Wings start at $11.99 for six up to $31.99 for 18. Other sandwich options include the Early Bird with a chipotle smear, fried egg, applewood bacon, avocado, cheddar cheese, and tomato for $12.99; and The French chicken with Dijon mayonnaise, black forest ham, mornay sauce, tomato, and lettuce blend $12.99. Fries such as The Mess with smoked brisket chili, green onion, bacon, and cheese sauce for $6.99, and Steak and Eggs with a Philly cheesesteak, peppers and onion, cheese sauce,and sunny-side up egg for $6.99, along with salads, also make the menu.
The Book also features a self-serve beer wall with 24 taps featuring lagers and IPAs, leaderboards where fans can prove their sports betting prowess, and other games to challenge friends or to make new ones.
The sports book replaces Tag Sports Bar and Squeeze juice bar.
For reservations, call 702-370-7736.