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Brunch & Sunday Morning Football

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by alicia, Sep 15, 2016.

  1. alicia

    alicia Low-Roller

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    Any suggestions on good places for brunch and Sunday football (10am game)? Going at the end of the month and we gotta watch our Hawks! Preferably with breakfast food and breakfast drinks. :thumbsup:
     
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    Gmoney10 Low-Roller

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    Stratosphere shows all the games in their showroom upstairs. Have some food options, but more like stadium type food. Food was good and reasonable. Not too crowded and have betting stations in the room.
     
  3. leo21

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    I don't recall seeing anything like that. I don't know if folks would rather have a sports bar experience for their game or if this is something someone should have done a long time ago.
     
  4. thecarve

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    Right?!!

    To the OP: What's the priority? Food or game?

    If you're looking for great food with a TV (that will certainly be showing a Seahawks' game), I'd recommend Bardot (Aria) or Country Club (Wynn).

    Lagassee's at Palazzo strikes a good balance between food and football. But they usually require a decent minimum spend (which won't be a huge issue if you're planning on having a few drinks). Though, I have no idea what their brunch menu looks like.
     
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  5. Snidely

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    Seems most of the fancier brunch places specifically don't want rowdy football fans and want a more serene ambiance in which to dine.
     
  6. alicia

    alicia Low-Roller

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    Is it so wrong to want waffles and mimosas with your football? :kill:

    The game is the priority. Lagassee's has been brought up a couple of times by other friends as well. I don't think they have brunch, but it's looking like I may just have to settle. Lol
     
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  8. CheeseHog

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    To me a great brunch is $1.00 hotdogs and inexpensive beer. Westgate opens up their showroom, shows all the games and has free giveaways. The atmosphere is electric.

    Jeff
     
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  9. Snidely

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    Coming from the East Coast, this waking up early to watch the early football games takes some getting used to.
     
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    GO HAWKS!!!!
     
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    Planet Hollywood brunch buffet has tv monitors throughout the seating area. Have watched lots of stuff while eating my breakfast/brunch..........Rick
     
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    does Blondie's in Miracle Mile serve brunch? still my fav non-sportsbook place to hang out and watch the games