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March Madness 2015 - Lily Bellagio or Other Bottle Service Parties

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by RWDPeanut, Jan 7, 2015.

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  1. RWDPeanut

    RWDPeanut Low-Roller

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    Has anyone done the March Madness viewing party at Lily in Bellagio within the past few years? I am trying to gather as much info as I can to see if it's worth changing from Lagasse to Lily for 2015.

    I am trying to find out what the table minimums are in the area with couches, can you bring in your own food, are the couches actually comfortable, do they actually open before tip and stay open through the last game?

    These sound like silly questions, but last year we tried the viewing party at Pure in Caesar's and it was awful. The couches were like concrete, the opened 30 minutes after tip off, kicked everyone out during the last set of games, and had limited gross fried food. :thumbsdown:

    And before everyone says Lagasse is sold out or a great place to watch games, I know. We have our reservation already in the stadium and have been going there for the past 3-4 years. Our group is looking to change it up this year since we are staying at Vdara instead of Venetian. Lagasse's TV set up isn't the greatest and the distance from the casino is getting annoying.

    Hopefully someone here had some experience with Lily, or maybe even the viewing party at The Deuce in Aria, I would love to get information here vs. the sales pitches from the venues.

    Also, if anyone has any questions about Lagasse, Pure, or March Madness in general, certainly post here and I'll help out! :beer:
     
  2. rayzor

    rayzor Tourist

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    Would also like to find this out,was thinking about hanging out in the Aria sportsbook does anybody know if they reserve tables or is it first come first serve?
     
  3. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Addressed this issue on another thread yesterday. Aria has a reserved VIP area in the sportsbook. You need a host or some other good connection to get access to it. Otherwise, the seats in the book are first come first serve. For MM first two days, you will want to get there around 7, maybe 7:30, to snag a seat
     
  4. rayzor

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    Thank you!!!
     
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