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Where To Watch Super Bowl LI in Las Vegas

Cheer on the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots at these 15 restaurants

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Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons in the NRG Stadium in Houston on Sunday, Feb. 5. While some may be lucky enough to attend the Big Game, most of us want to head out to one of the many restaurants that are offering all-you-can-eat food and drink deals, like slashed prices on craft beers and discounts on tasty dishes likes spiced watermelon, cheesy mac bites, and the Sweet Elvis flatbread, a peanut butter flatbread topped with banana and bacon for dessert, just to name a few. No matter where you decide to go, make sure to call ahead and reserve your spots ahead of time. Here are 15 places across the Las Vegas Valley to watch the Super Bowl.

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Umami Burger

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Beginning at 2 p.m., Umami is hosting The Big Game Bash, a football viewing party where fans can watch the game on over 50 flat screen TVs including a giant video wall. For $100 a person, guests can purchase a ticket which includes access to an open bar, game day food, and special giveaways.

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Beer Park

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Beer Park at Paris offers a rooftop tailgate, starting at noon on game day. The outdoor viewing party will include projection screens as well as several televisions streaming the game, a wide selection of draft and bottled beers, and buffet-style food stations featuring food like Chile Verde nachos and pork rinds. An extra incentive for visiting Beer Park is their new in-house sports book kiosk so fans can live bet during the game.

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Topgolf

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While a four-story golf spot may not be the first place you think of to watch football, Topgolf has an area of couches for groups who are willing to spend a minimum amount on food and drinks, in addition to five bars and lots of places to sit and watch the game. With over 300 high-definition TVs and four giant TV screens, maybe you should consider going here to watch.

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TAG Lounge & Bar

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With more than 300 beers on the menu, this causal bar is the perfect place to watch the game complete with couches and lounge chairs, as well as bar stools and tables. Over 40 high-definition TV screens of all different sizes are located throughout the bar and various ballpark foods like hotdogs and pizza are available to order.

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TAP Sports Bar

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TAP sports bar not only hosts some of the best sports memorabilia in town, but also has 60 high-definition TVs spread across the bar, so you’ll never miss a minute of the Big Game. Numerous craft beers are featured on the menu, as well as popular dishes like the TAP sloppy joe, hops-smoked beef brisket, with pilsner-laced joe sauce topped on a grilled onion roll and the cheesy mac bites, beer-battered macaroni and cheese served with a side of ranch dip.

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Yardbird

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Head to the Venetian and into Yardbird for the perfect spot to watch the Big Game and snack on small bites like cheddar waffles, spiced watermelon, and Mama’s chicken biscuits. Buckets of Budweiser and Bud Light are available for $20. You will have to pay depending where in the restaurant you want to watch the game though. Prices for standing room at the bar are $100, $150 for high top seating, and $800 for a five-seater couch.

La Cave Food & Wine Hideaway

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If you’re looking for a fancier way to watch the Super Bowl, visit La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas. Your typical wings and pizza aren’t served here. Instead, for $199 a person, patrons can dine on food like sea bass tacos with pickled onions and salsa verde, chicken gyros with tzatziki and pear chutney, and crispy rock shrimp with chipotle aioli, just to name a few choices. Don’t worry though, all types of beer will still be available to order and specials on select craft beer will be offered while the game is on.

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Blondies Sports Bar & Grill

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Tickets are $200 per person to attend Blondie’s Annual Super Sunday Party. This ticket includes access to an unlimited premium buffet with fare like prime rib and shrimp to name a few and an open bar, of course. Prizes will also be given out during the game.

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Virgil's Real Barbecue

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This barbecue joint is offering a buffet to enjoy during the game, beginning at 2 p.m. and lasting until the end of the game. The buffet includes classic barbecue dishes like pulled pork, brisket sandwiches and sides like macaroni and cheese. An open bar for beer, cocktails and wine is also included with the buffet. Tickets are $150 per person.

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Featuring tailgate inspired dishes, Crush’s game day menu will offer bar food favorites like pigs in a blanket, baby back ribs, Lollipop chicken wings, pepperoni wood-fired pizza, and more. Save room to try the Sweet Elvis flatbread, a peanut butter flatbread topped with banana and bacon for dessert. Cocktails and craft beers will be offered during the game and packages begin at $95 per person. The party starts at 2:30 p.m. on game day.

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Cabo Wabo Cantina

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At Cabo Wabo, guests can watch the game on 75- and 80-inch high-definition TV screens throughout the restaurant and bar. For $200 per person, patrons can purchase an all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet, which offers buckets of Dos Equis and other types of beer along with hot dogs, sliders and a build-your-own tacos and nachos station. There is also an upstairs lounge called The Loft, where even larger TVs await, but be sure to call ahead and make a reservation if you want a spot.

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Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant

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This Downtown Summerlin Mexican spot hosts a more affordable viewing party, with half-priced appetizers and drink specials on cocktails, wine and of course, beer. Try the brand new Baja wings, a platter of nine crispy chicken wings glazed with hot buffalo sauce, served with carrots and celery and accompanied by a ranch or blue cheese dipping sauce.

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STK Las Vegas

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STK at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hosts a special viewing party with a prix fixe menu including all-you-can-eat food and bottomless premium drinks. Beginning at 2 p.m. on game day, the party will have themed décor throughout as well as several high-definition TVs to view the game. Packages start at $195 a person.

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Carmine's

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Located inside the Forum Shops at Caesars, Carmine’s is offering an Italian buffet package for $150 per person. Beginning at 2 p.m. and lasting until the very end of the game, this buffet grants you an endless supply of beer, wine, and any classic cocktail. Traditional Italian fare is included as well with favorites like fried ravioli, penne alla vodka, meatballs, and more.

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Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub

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If you feel like attending a wild pool party while watching the Big Game, Marquee is the place for you. Hosting the Q Bowl 2017 Marquee will have deals for those who only want an open bar, a buffet, or both during the game. For $140, guests can have access to the open bar and the buffet, which will feature a variety of cold and hot foods like assorted sushi rolls and Salt Crusted filet mignon carving station, honey barbecue riblets and buffalo hot wings to name a few.

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Umami Burger

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Beginning at 2 p.m., Umami is hosting The Big Game Bash, a football viewing party where fans can watch the game on over 50 flat screen TVs including a giant video wall. For $100 a person, guests can purchase a ticket which includes access to an open bar, game day food, and special giveaways.

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Beer Park

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Beer Park at Paris offers a rooftop tailgate, starting at noon on game day. The outdoor viewing party will include projection screens as well as several televisions streaming the game, a wide selection of draft and bottled beers, and buffet-style food stations featuring food like Chile Verde nachos and pork rinds. An extra incentive for visiting Beer Park is their new in-house sports book kiosk so fans can live bet during the game.

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Topgolf

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While a four-story golf spot may not be the first place you think of to watch football, Topgolf has an area of couches for groups who are willing to spend a minimum amount on food and drinks, in addition to five bars and lots of places to sit and watch the game. With over 300 high-definition TVs and four giant TV screens, maybe you should consider going here to watch.

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TAG Lounge & Bar

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With more than 300 beers on the menu, this causal bar is the perfect place to watch the game complete with couches and lounge chairs, as well as bar stools and tables. Over 40 high-definition TV screens of all different sizes are located throughout the bar and various ballpark foods like hotdogs and pizza are available to order.

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TAP Sports Bar

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TAP sports bar not only hosts some of the best sports memorabilia in town, but also has 60 high-definition TVs spread across the bar, so you’ll never miss a minute of the Big Game. Numerous craft beers are featured on the menu, as well as popular dishes like the TAP sloppy joe, hops-smoked beef brisket, with pilsner-laced joe sauce topped on a grilled onion roll and the cheesy mac bites, beer-battered macaroni and cheese served with a side of ranch dip.

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La Cave Food & Wine Hideaway

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If you’re looking for a fancier way to watch the Super Bowl, visit La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas. Your typical wings and pizza aren’t served here. Instead, for $199 a person, patrons can dine on food like sea bass tacos with pickled onions and salsa verde, chicken gyros with tzatziki and pear chutney, and crispy rock shrimp with chipotle aioli, just to name a few choices. Don’t worry though, all types of beer will still be available to order and specials on select craft beer will be offered while the game is on.

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Blondies Sports Bar & Grill

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Tickets are $200 per person to attend Blondie’s Annual Super Sunday Party. This ticket includes access to an unlimited premium buffet with fare like prime rib and shrimp to name a few and an open bar, of course. Prizes will also be given out during the game.

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Virgil's Real Barbecue

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This barbecue joint is offering a buffet to enjoy during the game, beginning at 2 p.m. and lasting until the end of the game. The buffet includes classic barbecue dishes like pulled pork, brisket sandwiches and sides like macaroni and cheese. An open bar for beer, cocktails and wine is also included with the buffet. Tickets are $150 per person.

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Crush

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Featuring tailgate inspired dishes, Crush’s game day menu will offer bar food favorites like pigs in a blanket, baby back ribs, Lollipop chicken wings, pepperoni wood-fired pizza, and more. Save room to try the Sweet Elvis flatbread, a peanut butter flatbread topped with banana and bacon for dessert. Cocktails and craft beers will be offered during the game and packages begin at $95 per person. The party starts at 2:30 p.m. on game day.

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Cabo Wabo Cantina

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At Cabo Wabo, guests can watch the game on 75- and 80-inch high-definition TV screens throughout the restaurant and bar. For $200 per person, patrons can purchase an all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet, which offers buckets of Dos Equis and other types of beer along with hot dogs, sliders and a build-your-own tacos and nachos station. There is also an upstairs lounge called The Loft, where even larger TVs await, but be sure to call ahead and make a reservation if you want a spot.

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Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant

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This Downtown Summerlin Mexican spot hosts a more affordable viewing party, with half-priced appetizers and drink specials on cocktails, wine and of course, beer. Try the brand new Baja wings, a platter of nine crispy chicken wings glazed with hot buffalo sauce, served with carrots and celery and accompanied by a ranch or blue cheese dipping sauce.

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STK Las Vegas

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STK at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hosts a special viewing party with a prix fixe menu including all-you-can-eat food and bottomless premium drinks. Beginning at 2 p.m. on game day, the party will have themed décor throughout as well as several high-definition TVs to view the game. Packages start at $195 a person.