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A Field Guide to Sports Bars with Great Food in Vegas

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2008_10_hasmaps.jpgAre you ready for some football? The NFL season kicks off tonight, and that means heading out to a sports bar to cheer on your favorite team. Here's a look at 10 sports bars where fans can grab some good grub while watching the big game. Place your bets then head out to one of these sports bars with great food.

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Blondies Sports Bar & Grill

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This sports haven brings in the college crowds. Blondies Sports Bar at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort features $20 buckets of brews and team banners hanging from the rafters. Get your wings or stop in from 3 to 6 p.m. daily with $20 all-you-can-drink wells and drafts. Forty televisions give everyone a good view of the big game. Flavor Flav even has a concession stand here now.

Born & Raised

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UNLV Runnin’ Rebels fans love to head over to Born & Raised to catch the games on one of 32 flat-screen TVs Look for 20 beers on tap and 15 different sliders. This joint is open 24 hours a day, serving breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Crown & Anchor Pub

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Pair British fare and a pub setting for a great spot to catch UNLV games. More than 30 beers and ciders on tap give you a chance to join the Down the Hatch club, where you sample all.

Combine big screen TVs that look like a sports book, betting and food from Doug Bell for the game day experiences at Heraea at the Palms. Look for steaks, King crab cones and piquillo pepper poppers among the dishes on the menu.

Lagasse's Stadium

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Lagasse’s Stadium combines a sports book with enormous big screens, stadium seating, beer and Emeril Lagasse’s food for one of the best places to cheer on your favorite team. Try the Emeril’s New Orleans barbecue shrimp or the tuna poke chips with avocado tossed in a vinaigrette. Or go for the cheesy beer and pretzels with three cheeses or the Creole-boiled shrimp cocktail.

The Pub at Monte Carlo

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Sports and beer go hand in hand at The Pub at Monte Carlo. Add an order of stuffed meatball sliders or pulled pork sliders to go with your choice of 200-plus beers. Bring a group and serve yourself from the Draft Master dispense system table side. Look for a variety of domestics, international drafts and microbrews, along with the High Roller Red Beer created by local brewery Joseph James Brewing Co. in Henderson.

Rí Rá Irish Pub

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Make it an authentic 19th century Irish pub for mixing your brews and sports, especially soccer. Nosh on Irish fare such as fish and chips or Shepherd’s pie at Rí Rá Las Vegas with artifacts carefully restored in Wicklow, Ireland, and shipped to Las Vegas. Sip on 17 beers on draught and more than 85 craft and domestic bottled beers while an 8-foot-tall, 500-pound carved plaster statue of St. Patrick dating back to 1850 watches over you.

Steiner's - A Nevada Style Pub

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Locals love Steiner's with its three locations and amazing pub fare. Try some of the local beers on tap and go for something a bit different such as oysters and Kobe hamburgers. You can find two other locations at 8410 W. Cheyenne Ave. and 1750 N. Buffalo Drive.

The Sporting House Bar & Grill

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The Sporting House Bar & Grill has 130 televisions to catch all the games. Head up to the arcade level on the second floor for a break in the action. Great chow and cold beer are always on the menu.

Todd English P.U.B.

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This place is like a playground for anyone who loves good food, beer, games and sports. At Todd English P.U.B., you can swill more than 50 international bottle, keg and cask beers including rare finds such as Van Diest Fruli Strawberry and Rogue Chocolate Stout. Order up a sandwich made at the Carvery with prime beef, roasted chicken or duck, brisket, Greek leg of lamb and more served by the half- or full pound. Or make it a seafood afternoon with selections from the raw bar. And games galore can entertain if you don’t want to watch the game. Amuse yourself with darts or beer pong, or attempt to slam a beer in seven seconds to get it on the house.

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Blondies Sports Bar & Grill

This sports haven brings in the college crowds. Blondies Sports Bar at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort features $20 buckets of brews and team banners hanging from the rafters. Get your wings or stop in from 3 to 6 p.m. daily with $20 all-you-can-drink wells and drafts. Forty televisions give everyone a good view of the big game. Flavor Flav even has a concession stand here now.

Born & Raised

UNLV Runnin’ Rebels fans love to head over to Born & Raised to catch the games on one of 32 flat-screen TVs Look for 20 beers on tap and 15 different sliders. This joint is open 24 hours a day, serving breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Crown & Anchor Pub

Pair British fare and a pub setting for a great spot to catch UNLV games. More than 30 beers and ciders on tap give you a chance to join the Down the Hatch club, where you sample all.

Heraea

Combine big screen TVs that look like a sports book, betting and food from Doug Bell for the game day experiences at Heraea at the Palms. Look for steaks, King crab cones and piquillo pepper poppers among the dishes on the menu.

Lagasse's Stadium

Lagasse’s Stadium combines a sports book with enormous big screens, stadium seating, beer and Emeril Lagasse’s food for one of the best places to cheer on your favorite team. Try the Emeril’s New Orleans barbecue shrimp or the tuna poke chips with avocado tossed in a vinaigrette. Or go for the cheesy beer and pretzels with three cheeses or the Creole-boiled shrimp cocktail.

The Pub at Monte Carlo

Sports and beer go hand in hand at The Pub at Monte Carlo. Add an order of stuffed meatball sliders or pulled pork sliders to go with your choice of 200-plus beers. Bring a group and serve yourself from the Draft Master dispense system table side. Look for a variety of domestics, international drafts and microbrews, along with the High Roller Red Beer created by local brewery Joseph James Brewing Co. in Henderson.

Rí Rá Irish Pub

Make it an authentic 19th century Irish pub for mixing your brews and sports, especially soccer. Nosh on Irish fare such as fish and chips or Shepherd’s pie at Rí Rá Las Vegas with artifacts carefully restored in Wicklow, Ireland, and shipped to Las Vegas. Sip on 17 beers on draught and more than 85 craft and domestic bottled beers while an 8-foot-tall, 500-pound carved plaster statue of St. Patrick dating back to 1850 watches over you.

Steiner's - A Nevada Style Pub

Locals love Steiner's with its three locations and amazing pub fare. Try some of the local beers on tap and go for something a bit different such as oysters and Kobe hamburgers. You can find two other locations at 8410 W. Cheyenne Ave. and 1750 N. Buffalo Drive.

The Sporting House Bar & Grill

The Sporting House Bar & Grill has 130 televisions to catch all the games. Head up to the arcade level on the second floor for a break in the action. Great chow and cold beer are always on the menu.

Todd English P.U.B.

This place is like a playground for anyone who loves good food, beer, games and sports. At Todd English P.U.B., you can swill more than 50 international bottle, keg and cask beers including rare finds such as Van Diest Fruli Strawberry and Rogue Chocolate Stout. Order up a sandwich made at the Carvery with prime beef, roasted chicken or duck, brisket, Greek leg of lamb and more served by the half- or full pound. Or make it a seafood afternoon with selections from the raw bar. And games galore can entertain if you don’t want to watch the game. Amuse yourself with darts or beer pong, or attempt to slam a beer in seven seconds to get it on the house.

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