Vegas Seven’s SUPER Super Bowl Roundup

Where will you be at kick off?


For those of us not headed to New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII, it’s hard to imagine a better place to catch the game than Las Vegas. This Sunday, Sin City venues will do it up big with gourmet snacks, a plethora of high-def screens to display every drop of sweat on Kaepernick’s
nose—even discount lap dances. Oh, and did we mention the snacks? Read on for all your game day options. (Click here for betting tips from our in-house expert and local celebrities.)

Rock out at the recently relocated and reopened Rockhouse. The “ultra-dive” bar keeps the drinks in motion with open bar for $100 or $60 for locals.  (In the Venetian,, 731-9683.)

Hosting your own big-game blowout? Get the ball rolling with assorted sushi rolls from Benihana. (In the LVH, 732-5334,

Move the chain on into The Ainsworth where you and your crew can enjoy the game with food, drinks and a Cantor Gaming betting station. (In the Hard Rock Hotel,, 522-8120.)

Veer off the Strip for Silverton’s Big Game, Big Easy Style in the Veil Pavilion, where one eligible receiver will score a flyaway to New Orleans for the George Strait and Martina McBride Farewell Tour. ($35 per person, 3333 Blue Diamond Rd., 263-777,

Searching for snacks for Sunday and beyond? Touch down at any Chipotle location for a free burrito, bowl, salad or tacos when you turn over your game-day receipt for six or more Burritos by the Box. (Multiple locations,

BLT Burger is offering Owner’s Box and MVP packages for food, drinks and VIP service so you never have to leave your huddle. Did we mention Bay Bridge and Ray Lewis burgers? Yum. (In The Mirage, 792-7888.)

While Aria’s sports book is on a time-out (for construction), walk over to the Deuce Lounge to catch every snap and pass on eleven stunning screens. (In Aria, 693-8300.)

If you’re hungry for a kick, the unlimited Game-Day menu at Society Café won’t let you down. Chef Bryan Forgione is game to entertain with smoked barbecue pork shoulder, cinnamon-sugar doughnut bites and more. (In Encore, 248-3463.)

Hand off your brew at halftime and take a ride on PBR Rock Bar’s mechanical bull. For $100 you’ll get open bar access, so if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again! (In the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood,, 750-1685.)

If you and your boys are looking for a place to kick it, crawl into the Man Caves at the Caesars sports book or pop in to Gordon Ramsay’s Pub & Grill to tackle foods that rush your taste buds to bliss. (In Caesars Palace, 777-7776.)

When you notice too many men on the field, drop by Sapphire for Fantasy and Football with halftime dollar lap dances. (3025 Industrial Rd., 796-6000,

Be the 12th man in the stands at the Skyboxes where you and up to 19 friends can watch the game from up high alongside your own betting window, a slew of flat-screens and a personal cocktail server. (In the MGM Grand, 880-0880.)      

Spend some hang time at Harrah’s and you’ll have plenty of hot spots from which to choose: Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill is serving up buckets of bottles while KGB has an all-you-can-eat that can’t be beat. There’s no necessary line for drinks because Piano Bar, all casino bars and the Sportsbook are all serving up specials to wet your whistle. (, 369-5000.)

Rio has you double covered with deals at both Ibar Ultra Lounge and the Irish Pub. Perhaps a coin toss is in order? (, 866-746-7671.)

Play lineman at Center Cut Steakhouse’s carving station and dance into the dessert end zone. All Flamingo casino bars are dealing specials to make you line back for more. (, 733-3111.)

Up your odds at Santa Fe Station where you’ll find four fields of play: $50 for guaranteed seating and feasting at the 49/49 Lounge and Race & Sports VIP Lounge, $20 all-you-can-drink at the Chrome Showroom and $1.50 bowling at Santa Fe Lanes. (, 658-4900.)

All bars at The Quad are offering $7 Skyy drinks and $4 Sauza shots so you won’t get stuck on the sidelines. (, 731-3311.)

Bet on Bill’s to get you buzzed with buckets of twelve bottles for $25. (, 737-2100.)

How’s this for a two-point conversion: Palace Station’s Louie Anderson Theater will get you sipping shots or domestic beers for just $2. (, 367-2411.)

Be a free agent and take your pick at the Fiesta Henderson Sports Book (a-la-carte or all-you-can-eat) or swing by Amigo’s for a BFF (Buffet Featuring Frozen margaritas). (, 558-7000.)

Kick a field goal into Strike Zone and bring the kids for $1.50 games and $2 shoe rental. (In Sunset Station,, 547-7715.)

Dine on stadium faire and fabulous spirits at Kixx to punt your party into overtime. ($35 per person,, 432-7777.)

Roll out to Red Rock Resort and blitz between the Rocks Lounge and Race & Sports Book VIP Viewing Area for a winning experience., 797-7777.)