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Tailgate Social Redefines the Sports Bar When It Debuts at Palace Station

Food comes out of a bus facade in a restaurant and bar fit for tackling sports fans’ needs

Tailgate Social
| Clique Hospitality [Official Site]

The sports bar gets a makeover when Tailgate Social from Clique Hospitality opens on November 20 at Palace Station. A roster of elevated comfort food joins a chic room filled with 30 high-definition televisions tuned into all the big games.

While Tailgate Social of course will show all Vegas Golden Knights NHL games and Las Vegas Raiders NFL matches, the sports bar almost serves as a man cave away from home. Fans can play billiards, shuffleboard, NBA Jam, and foosball spread over the 3,000-square-foot space.

The kitchen even takes a playful turn as a facade of bus. There dishes such as Phiilly cheese steaks, Maine lobster rolls, cheeseburgers, pizzas, baby back ribs, and fish tacos are served. For an over-the-top experience, Tailgate Social has the Holey Moley Big Ass four-foot stromboli stuffed with pepperoni, sausage, roasted peppers, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheese with pizza sauce on the side for dipping.

The restaurant and bar sits at the front of the resort. Foam fingers and face paint optional.

A fake food truck inside a sports bar
Tailgate Social
Clique Hospitality [Official Site]
The inside of a sports bar
Tailgate Social
Clique Hospitality [Official Site]
Sports bar
Tailgate Social
Clique Hospitality [Official Site]
A sports bar
Tailgate Social
Clique Hospitality [Official Site]
A sports bar
Tailgate Social
Clique Hospitality [Official Site]

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Palace Station

2411 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Visit Website

Tailgate Social

2411 W Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89102 Visit Website
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