The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in Super Bowl LV on February 7. The Buccaneers become the first team to play the Super Bowl in their home stadium in a game that brings reigning Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes vs. the greatest of all time in Tom Brady. And Las Vegas is ready.
Restaurants, sportsbooks, and bars across the city have extravagant packages to watch the game on big-screen TVs with bar food and beer. Others are taking the current pandemic into consideration with takeout dishes that can be ordered in advance.
Keep in mind that Nevada has COVID-19 restrictions in place that call for mandatory reservations, 25 percent capacity at restaurants and bars, social distancing between tables, and mandatory face coverings when not eating or drinking. The Nevada Gaming Control Board notes that the state’s directive also calls for gaming properties to maintain 25 percent capacity or 50 people maximum, whichever is less, for gatherings and intends to not only enforce that directive, but investigate and possibly discipline casinos that don’t follow COVID-19 guidelines.
So those who intend to sit in a venue to watch the game should make reservations early, or plan to order takeout for a safer party at home.Read More