Sunday, February 2nd: The Hard Rock's Culinary Dropout has a giant projection screen, their signature soft pretzels and provolone fondue, and $20 for all-you-can-drink MANmosas made w/ orange vodka, wheat beer & orange juice.
Sunday, February 2nd: Jack’s Irish Pub at Palace Station is charging $35 to get in the door… but that includes four Bud or Bud Light bottles, and a chance to win iPads and LED televisions, so you won’t have to leave your house to watch the game next year.
Sunday, February 2nd: La Cave Food & Wine Hideaway at The Wynn is offering a Super Bowl-sized menu of apps like sausage flatbreads, pulled pork sandwiches and more, which they'll deliver with a technique that former Bronco quarterback Tim Tebow couldn't handle: by passing.
Sunday, February 2nd: Tao kicks off the first-ever Tao Bowl where you can fuel up during the showdown with a three-hour open bar and buffet featuring Asian-style eats like a Sake Poached Shrimp Cocktail and Dragon Tail Spare Rib.
Sunday, February 2nd: Head to Henderson where Green Valley Ranch is throwing a $2 Big Game Party with two buck specials on hot dogs, nachos, wings, popcorn and pretzels, plus Buds and Bud Lights that cost guess-how-much.
Sunday, February 2nd: MAXIM model Shannon Ihrke is hosting a party at Crazy Horse III Gentlemen’s Club, where she probably won’t be taking off her clothes, but plenty of other ladies will be, so you can get your mind off the game (and your bet) if your team comes up short.
Sunday, February 2nd: Need another strip club option? Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club is hosting Super Pole Sunday where every guest gets a chance to win $500 and one lucky guest gets an opportunity to win a cool $1,000,000.
Sunday, February 2nd: Celebrate Super Bowl weekend with an '80s party that would make William “the Refrigerator” Perry proud. Tickets for Rock of Ages at the Venetian are slashed by more than half to $48 bucks for Saturday and Sunday only. Just use the code SUPER48 when buying your tickets online.