1. Lagasse’s Stadium
Bam. Take in all the big games at Lagasse's Stadium, the sports bar and sports book at the Palazzo Nosh on Emeril Lagasse’s signature dishes and watch every game imaginable on more than 100 HD TVs. Want something a little more plush? Hang out on the stadium-style seating or in one of the private VIP rooms. And you can even place your bet in the bar.
2. The Sporting House Bar & Grill
Vegas’ newest sports bar calls New York-New York home. 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.
The Sporting House Bar & Grill
New York-New York
3. Blondies Sports Bar
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.
Blondies Sports Bar
Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort
4. Steiner’s — A Nevada Style Pub
Locals love Steiner's with its three locations and amazing gastropub fare. Try some of the local beers on tap and go for something a bit different such as oysters and Kobe hamburgers.
Steiner’s — A Nevada Style Pub
8410 W Cheyenne Ave.
1750 N. Buffalo
702.304.8084 8168 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
5. Miller’s Ale House
New sports bar Miller’s Ale House at Town Square has quickly become a new favorite for sports fans. More than 70 flat screen HDTVs show the games while pool tables and arcade games help keep you entertained. Try the boneless chicken wings, crab and mozzarella fried golden brown with a hint of jalapeño or the marinated pork shank.
Miller’s Ale House