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Monday night football bars

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by The Equalizer, Aug 26, 2013.

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  1. The Equalizer

    The Equalizer Low-Roller

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    I am looking for a good place to watch football on monday sept,8 that takes reward credits I have about $400 in credits that I need to burn in the next couple of months before they expire and since I have not been staying or playing at any caesars properties lately i dont really care about future comps. P

    most important aspects are that I will have a good view for the games they serve food and drinks and take reward credits any ideas are welcome and appreciated.
     
  2. numeno

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    Burger Brasserie would be a good choice. Food wasn't amazing, but it was find for just watching some games. I would expect it to be very easy to get a decent view of a TV. Maybe get lucky and a nice seat by one of the big screens. I haven't seen football there, I just watched March Madness and had a great time.


    2nd Choice would be Toby Keiths in Harrahs.


    Beyond those to I no other sportsbar type place comes to mind. I can think of some places with some TVs on the wall, but no amazing view. Any every other place would be a bar/sportsbook which rules out food.
     
  3. Mitkraft

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    Monday is the 9th so I'm assuming you are talking about MNF on 9/9. I actaually would like to know nearly the exact same thing. I'm going to be at Bally's on the 9th, its my last night in town, and I'd like to watch the Texans play MNF. I don't have to be at a CET place but I will be staying at one. Sports books wouldn't be the end of the world either (can you not get food there?). But I'd like a good place to watch the game and have a few beers.
     
  4. salukidean

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    If you need a Harrah's resort with food and beverage, The Rio Sports book has a deli and a vietnamese restaurant attached to it. The deli features good pizza, burgers, sandwiches, and other food. There's tables in the sports book where you can enjoy the food and beer can be bought from the deli or there's a bar behind it with full service. Might be tough to spend $400 there though unless you have several people. If you need help to burn through it, let me know! :cheers:
     
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    LOL, oh yeah, that to! :thumbsup:
     
  6. jamesxnj

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    Just take it out in 1/2 actual cash$ and watch the game at the Rio like Salukidean suggested.The Deli there has huge portions and tough to blow through $50 between two people..
     
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    there will be 5 of us and yes it is sept 9. I am leaning toward the paris burger place $400 between food and drinks for 5 people for 2 MNF games should be pretty easy.
     
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    Heck, in Vegas for the duration of a game I think even 2 or 3 people could do that. Enjoy!
     
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