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Blondie's Sports Bar Worth It?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Erich17, Dec 26, 2014.

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  1. Erich17

    Erich17 Low-Roller

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    Was looking for a place to watch the College Football Championship and wanted to know your thoughts on the food and ambiance of Blondies? It looks cool but also looks like a place for the barely over 21 party scene. We like to have fun but do not want to hang out with a bunch of frat daddies! Let me know your experiences. Thanks
     
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    Its a beer pong frat scene set in a mall. Prices on the high side, if you don't want the frat scene I would go elsewhere, a lot of options and better fits for what you are looking for.
     
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    I like the youthful vibe at Blondies. Get pitchers to save on beer. And, the menu is good - the pizza is high on my list. They hire attractive young waitresses and put them in cheerleader outfits. Works for me. No matter where you sit, great views of the big screens are everywhere.

    Bill
     
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    Food was bad. We had traditional bar stuff and everything is bland.
     
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    Food is what you'd expect in terms of quality. Wasnt great but wasn't terrible either if you stick to the normal stuff (wings/burgers/etc). We reserved a table during NFL opening weekend (afternoon game) and service was good, food was edible, and they had a lot of TVs with the game we wanted to watch.


    In terms of age of the crowd, I'd say 30-40s for when we went, could be very different during a normal Saturday night. Tables were all reserved beforehand so you got people who actually planned their vegas trips and probably kept some of the younger crowd from being there during the games.
     
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    Don't go there for the food!!! Pretty mediocre.

    - Linda in TX
     
  7. Erich17

    Erich17 Low-Roller

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    I think we are planning the Tap Now.
     
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    I'll repeat what others have said: stay away from the food.

    As for watching sports and drinking it is often very lively. They sometimes have drink specials. The all you can drink wristband is a good value for heavy drinkers.
     
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    I went there in 2012. It was so-so but I had a groupon. I wouldn't have gone if I didn't have it.
     
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