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A Peking-style roasted duck leg rice bowl at 595 Craft & Kitchen.
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Watch College Football and NFL Football Games at One of These 24 Sports Bars With Great Food

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A Peking-style roasted duck leg rice bowl at 595 Craft & Kitchen.
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Sports fans can watch all the college football and NFL games while getting their fill of satisfying bites and drinks at these 24 Las Vegas sports bars. Place your bets then head out to one of these sports bars with great food.

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Big Dog’s Brewing Co.

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The Wisconsin-influenced bar in the northwest leans on dishes such as poutine fries, pints of bacon, Bavarian hot pretzels, and Wisconsin beer cheese soup. Bratwursts, a pimento sandwich on Texas toast, and a chicken schnitzel sandwich go well with the beers brewed in-house and the mighty roster of craft brews. Call ahead for a reservations are available; visit the website for details. Multiple Locations.

Chilis at Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
Chilis at Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
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Aces & Ales

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The expansive menu at Aces and Ales includes a burgers (one “overflowing” with macaroni and cheese), deviled eggs, Philly cheesesteak fries, pizzas (including one topped with spaghetti), and salads. Add to that more than 50 beers on tap and specialty cocktails and there’s more than enough to keep you full should that game run into overtime. Find a second location, the original, at 3740 S. Nellis Boulevard.

Beer taps at Aces & Ales
Aces & Ales.
Aces & Ales

The Pint

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Sip on 23 craft beers and 50 bottles at this westside beer haven. Order the Hangover Burger with an over easy egg to nip any bad decisions from last night in the bud. The Pint serves food 24 hours a day, except on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (until 1 a.m.).

The Pint
The Pint.
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PT’s Wings & Sports

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The 6,000-square-foot PT’s Wings & Sports at the Strat features short rib fries with gruyere cheese and chipotle cheese sauce, as well as other standard sports bar bites. Make room for chicken wings or tenders with more than 10 sauce options.

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PT’s Wings & Sports
The Strat

Tailgate Social Sports Bar & Grill

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Tailgate Social at Palace Station serves as a man cave away from home. Fans can indulge in billiards, shuffleboard, NBA Jam, and foosball games spread across this 3,000-square-foot space. The kitchen even takes a playful turn as a facade of VW bus. The bar serves up Philly cheesesteaks, Maine lobster rolls, cheeseburgers, pizzas, baby back ribs, fish tacos, and more. 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.

Game day food seen from overhead
An overhead view of food from Tailgate Social.
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Charlie’s Bar & Grill

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The menu at Charlie's Bar & Grill next to the sports book at Wynn runs the gamut from burgers and chicken wings to barbecue dishes and appetizers including sliders, giant pretzels and loaded nachos. Of course, like every restaurant at Wynn, vegetarian and vegan dishes make the menu. Milkshakes, sixteen beers on tap, and a rotating list of craft microbrews go down with the bar-friendly American fare.

The Loaded Dog in a wire basket on a red tray
The Loaded Dog at Charlie’s Bar & Grill.
Wynn Las Vegas

The Still Crafts, Drafts & Eats

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Consider The Still at the Mirage an ode to the man cave with its 27 TVs spread over 8,000 square feet. Find more than 50 craft beers and Bud Bud’s, a refurbished Airstream trailer turned into a fully functioning kitchen serving bar food such as spicy fries, chicken street tacos, mini cheeseburgers, and more. Healthier options include a brown rice tuna poke bowl.

Mini cheeseburgers, French fries, chicken wings, and quesadillas
Mini cheeseburgers, French fries, chicken wings, and more at The Still.
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Sportsbook at the Linq

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The Sportsbook features a self-serve beer wall with 24 taps including lagers and IPAs. With more than 50 televisions, it’s easy to find your game on the tube. While there, order sandwiches from the Linq Sandwich Co. delivered straight to your “fancave” or take a seat at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar and enjoy some “trash nachos.”

A man cave looking sports book with couches and TVs
The Book.
Caesars Entertainment

Montecristo Cigar Bar

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With one of the largest humidors in Las Vegas, Montecristo has over 1,000 cigars to choose from. This Caesars Palace spot makes the space enjoyable for non-smokers too with a massive ventilation system. Whiskey, cigars, and cheese plates make for a more upscale sports-watching experience.

Clubhouse at Montecristo by Old Homestead
Clubhouse at Montecristo by Old Homestead.
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Bar Code Burger Bar

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Bar Code Burger Bar obviously specializes in burgers, but it promotes local foods, distilleries, and breweries. Stand-out burger options include “the hangover” with an over-easy egg and American cheese and smoked bacon, the “blueberry big BBQ” blueberry barbecue sauce and smoked bacon, and the namesake Bar Code topped with onion jam, bacon aioli, and blue cheese butter. There’s also a selection of non-burger sandwiches like a vegan sloppy Joe.

Bar Code burger
Bar Code burger.
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Pub 365

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With a 365 craft beers on rotation, you’ll have to stop buy for more than a few games to make your way through the menu. For those that want to try, there’s the 365 Club, which rewards the holder fo each new beer they try and more. Check out traditional pub fare plus carne asada fries, taquitos, and tacos at this pub at the Tuscany Suites. Try the cheese curds, adult milkshakes, and more while watching the game.

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A burger special at Pub 365.
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The Front Yard

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The Front Yard at Ellis Island pours beers, such as a chocolate stout and Triple Belgian straight, from sister property Ellis Island Brewery on a seasonal rotation. The indoor/outdoor venue features a second-floor atrium with views of the Las Vegas Strip. Retractable ceiling shades, expansive windows, wood fixtures, exposed steel, low lighting, and garden walls fill out the space. A giant pretzel, beer-brined chicken wings, and crispy pork belly bites kick off the starters, while diners can go bigger with shared plates such as a charcuterie platter. Flatbreads, a roasted chicken dinner, and steak frites make the mains.

The Front Yard
The Front Yard.
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Money, Baby!

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Money, Baby! at Virgin Hotels combines a sportsbook with food from Food Network star and culinary director chef Beau MacMillan and an experience courtesy of industry veterans and co-founders Justin Massei and Mikis Troyan of Clive Collective. Try the “homewrecker,” an 18-inch all-beef hot dog, available Chicago style, reuben, banh mi, or “boss hog” with barbecue-braised pork and queso blanco; bone-in veal Parmigiana with smoked bacon marinara; and jumbo hot wings tossed in Buffalo, Korean barbecue, MB basil ranch, or Truffalo, made with Truff hot sauce featuring black truffles and red chili peppers.

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The Home Wrecker at Money, Baby!
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Clique Bar & Lounge

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Clique Bar & Lounge at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas features small plates designed to share, including mini lamb gyros and pigs in a blanket, as well as deep-fried Oreos. Bartenders prepare cocktails tableside for $25 a pop. Try the Up All Night made with Cruzan rum, Orgeat, lemon, ginger syrup, blackberries and strawberries, and Peychaud’s bitters. served with a sparkler.

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Sliders at Clique Bar & Lounge.
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Side Betty Grill

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Bavette’s puts together the food at Side Betty Grill, the restaurant inside Moneyline Sports Book at the Park MGM. The cheeseburger replicates the famous Au Cheval burger from Bavette’s parent company Hogsalt Hospitality. A spicy fried chicken sandwich, bacon-wrapped dog, and fried egg sandwich are among the options. After ordering, head over to Moneyline to place a bet or watch the game.

Cheeseburger at Side Betty Grill
Cheeseburger at Side Betty Grill.
Park MGM

TAP Sports Bar

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Two-fisted sandwiches and sliders keep fans fueled up for the game at this sports bar with 220 seats and 60 TVs at the MGM Grand. Also find an impressive selection of local and seasonal craft beers. The walls are covered with sports memorabilia to keep fans occupied during commercial breaks.

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Wings at TAP Sports Bar.
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Crown & Anchor Pub

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Now open 24 hours a day and seven days a week, Crown and Anchor pair British fare with a classic pub setting for a great spot to catch UNLV games. Try a Scotch egg to start and then move on to more pub fare like steak and kidney pie, a cornish pastie, or bangers and mash. Finish with a sticky toffee pudding. More than 30 beers and ciders on tap give customers a chance to join the Down the Hatch club, where they can sample all.

Fish and chips at Crown & Anchor Pub
Fish and chips at Crown & Anchor Pub.
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595 Craft & Kitchen

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Buffalo chicken tacos, fried deviled eggs, beer cheese, rice bowls, and a massive roster of craft beers make the menu at 595 Craft Kitchen & Bar. 595 Craft is currently serving a limited menu, so check the menu online to make sure your favorites are available. It’s sister location, Arts District Kitchen, sits inside Able Baker Brewing in the Gateway District.

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Wings at 595 Craft & Kitchen.
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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 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 tap 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.

Beef and Guinness stew
Beef and Guinness stew at Rí Rá Irish Pub.
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Yard House

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While Yard House has 125 beers on tap, try one of the rotating specials from the Chalkboard Series. Order a burger or plate of nachos to complete your game experience. Find Yard House at Town Square, The Linq, and Red Rock Resort.

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Yard House.
Yard House

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 16 different sliders. This sports bar is open 24 hours a day, serving breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Also in Henderson.

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Born & Raised sliders.
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Sporting Life Bar

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Order pork rinds and pigs’ ears or braised beef short ribs while watching the game at the Sporting Life Bar, open 24 hours a day. The bar here is Honduras mahogany made from a 1920s basketball-court floor.

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A Reuben at Sporting Life.
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Hardway 8

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Back in 1977, the UNLV men’s basketball team was riding a high, taking coach Jerry Tarkanian’s Runnin’ Rebels into the NCAA Tournament only to lose by one point to North Carolina in the Final Four. The team, nicknamed the Hardway Eight, may not have been national champions, but they turned Las Vegas into a sports town. Henderson has its own ode to the team with Hardway 8, a sports bar with a more laid-back vibe. The menu includes a corned buffalo Reuben, porchetta sandwich, grilled vegetable panini, and a hero with prosciutto, mortadella, and hot copa. Buffalo fried oysters, a charcuterie board, and deep-fried mozzarella make the starters menu, while fish and chips, rabbit sausage bangers and mash, pappardelle pasta, 24-hour braised porchetta, and Tenaya Creek Bonanza Brown beer can chicken make the entrees.

Starboard burger at Hardway 8
Starboard burger at Hardway 8.
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Sticks Tavern

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Sticks Tavern bills itself as a family-friendly sport bar from Sound Food Group. Culinary director Jordan Camacho built the menu around rotisserie chicken, available whole, half, or quartered. Diners can order rotisserie fat-roasted vegetables and sauces such as Buffalo, sticky Tabasco, schmaltz aioli, or garlic Parmesan. Specialty sandwiches include a fried pork chop with shaved onion caraway salad, a Reuben, and shredded rotisserie chicken with cannellini bean puree. The Sticks burger comes simply with smashed beef and American cheese. Diners can start their meals with roasted chicken poutine topped with cheese curds and roasted chicken gravy, chicken wings, sweet and spicy fried peanuts, potato croquettes, artichoke dip with toasted ciabatta, and fried Oaxacan cheese sticks.

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The Sticks burger at Sticks Tavern.
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Big Dog’s Brewing Co.

Chilis at Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
Chilis at Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
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The Wisconsin-influenced bar in the northwest leans on dishes such as poutine fries, pints of bacon, Bavarian hot pretzels, and Wisconsin beer cheese soup. Bratwursts, a pimento sandwich on Texas toast, and a chicken schnitzel sandwich go well with the beers brewed in-house and the mighty roster of craft brews. Call ahead for a reservations are available; visit the website for details. Multiple Locations.

Chilis at Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
Chilis at Big Dog’s Brewing Co.
Big Dog’s Brewing Co./Facebook

Aces & Ales

Beer taps at Aces & Ales
Aces & Ales.
Aces & Ales

The expansive menu at Aces and Ales includes a burgers (one “overflowing” with macaroni and cheese), deviled eggs, Philly cheesesteak fries, pizzas (including one topped with spaghetti), and salads. Add to that more than 50 beers on tap and specialty cocktails and there’s more than enough to keep you full should that game run into overtime. Find a second location, the original, at 3740 S. Nellis Boulevard.

Beer taps at Aces & Ales
Aces & Ales.
Aces & Ales

The Pint

The Pint
The Pint.
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Sip on 23 craft beers and 50 bottles at this westside beer haven. Order the Hangover Burger with an over easy egg to nip any bad decisions from last night in the bud. The Pint serves food 24 hours a day, except on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (until 1 a.m.).

The Pint
The Pint.
Amelinda B Lee/Eater Vegas

PT’s Wings & Sports

A sports book with a lot of TV screens
PT’s Wings & Sports
The Strat

The 6,000-square-foot PT’s Wings & Sports at the Strat features short rib fries with gruyere cheese and chipotle cheese sauce, as well as other standard sports bar bites. Make room for chicken wings or tenders with more than 10 sauce options.

A sports book with a lot of TV screens
PT’s Wings & Sports
The Strat

Tailgate Social Sports Bar & Grill

Game day food seen from overhead
An overhead view of food from Tailgate Social.
Clique Hospitality

Tailgate Social at Palace Station serves as a man cave away from home. Fans can indulge in billiards, shuffleboard, NBA Jam, and foosball games spread across this 3,000-square-foot space. The kitchen even takes a playful turn as a facade of VW bus. The bar serves up Philly cheesesteaks, Maine lobster rolls, cheeseburgers, pizzas, baby back ribs, fish tacos, and more. 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.

Game day food seen from overhead
An overhead view of food from Tailgate Social.
Clique Hospitality

Charlie’s Bar & Grill

The Loaded Dog in a wire basket on a red tray
The Loaded Dog at Charlie’s Bar & Grill.
Wynn Las Vegas

The menu at Charlie's Bar & Grill next to the sports book at Wynn runs the gamut from burgers and chicken wings to barbecue dishes and appetizers including sliders, giant pretzels and loaded nachos. Of course, like every restaurant at Wynn, vegetarian and vegan dishes make the menu. Milkshakes, sixteen beers on tap, and a rotating list of craft microbrews go down with the bar-friendly American fare.

The Loaded Dog in a wire basket on a red tray
The Loaded Dog at Charlie’s Bar & Grill.
Wynn Las Vegas

The Still Crafts, Drafts & Eats

Mini cheeseburgers, French fries, chicken wings, and quesadillas
Mini cheeseburgers, French fries, chicken wings, and more at The Still.
The Still/Facebook

Consider The Still at the Mirage an ode to the man cave with its 27 TVs spread over 8,000 square feet. Find more than 50 craft beers and Bud Bud’s, a refurbished Airstream trailer turned into a fully functioning kitchen serving bar food such as spicy fries, chicken street tacos, mini cheeseburgers, and more. Healthier options include a brown rice tuna poke bowl.

Mini cheeseburgers, French fries, chicken wings, and quesadillas
Mini cheeseburgers, French fries, chicken wings, and more at The Still.
The Still/Facebook

Sportsbook at the Linq

A man cave looking sports book with couches and TVs
The Book.
Caesars Entertainment

The Sportsbook features a self-serve beer wall with 24 taps including lagers and IPAs. With more than 50 televisions, it’s easy to find your game on the tube. While there, order sandwiches from the Linq Sandwich Co. delivered straight to your “fancave” or take a seat at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar and enjoy some “trash nachos.”

A man cave looking sports book with couches and TVs
The Book.
Caesars Entertainment

Montecristo Cigar Bar

Clubhouse at Montecristo by Old Homestead
Clubhouse at Montecristo by Old Homestead.
Pat Gray/Kabik Photo Group

With one of the largest humidors in Las Vegas, Montecristo has over 1,000 cigars to choose from. This Caesars Palace spot makes the space enjoyable for non-smokers too with a massive ventilation system. Whiskey, cigars, and cheese plates make for a more upscale sports-watching experience.

Clubhouse at Montecristo by Old Homestead
Clubhouse at Montecristo by Old Homestead.
Pat Gray/Kabik Photo Group

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