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Vegas Feb 7th Superbowl

Discussion in 'Vegas Get Togethers' started by hottwhls, Oct 20, 2015.

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  1. hottwhls

    hottwhls Low-Roller

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    Yes yes I know Feb 2016 is out there a bit,but it is NOT too early to discuss Las Vegas Superbowl hangout parties.Last year my wife and I were at the Plaza on Fremont Street.That was fun but the food was very sub - par with mini hot dogs,sandwiches,buffalo chicken strips,chips,cookies.what saved it for us was the free beer.It did cost (If you were not comped) $100 per person to enter.

    Don't get me wrong my wife and I had fun.But I'd like to know from you where did you hangout for the Superbowl?.Please share where you were,the price and what was served?

    Wife and I are deciding where to hangout this Feb 7th 2016 to watch Superbowl game

    Thanks
     
  2. Johnzimbo

    Johnzimbo Low-Roller

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    Every year my group goes to the free watching party at the South Point. They have the same type of food ( hot dogs maybe $2, pizza $3, nachos, etc) and have quite a few bars set up so the lines aren't long. They put it on in their Events Center ( I think that is what it is called) and the room is HUGE...bigger than a football field. They have three HD screens about 30' x 20' so you always have a good view.
     
  3. MGinCO

    MGinCO Low-Roller

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    I will be @ Gold Coast for Super Bowl.
    They have events planned in both meeting rooms.

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    I will be @ Gold Coast for Super Bowl.
    They have events planned in both meeting rooms.
     
  4. Gmoney10

    Gmoney10 Low-Roller

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    I've also been to South Point for Super Bowl the last four years. Foods okay and we're not big drinkers. It's just fun to cheer on the teams and the bets throughout the game. Last year was exciting with that last interception winning my last bet to keep me about even. You can sit at tables that seat 12. We sat in the farthest table from the screens, but closest to the food and drinks. Lots of seating available.
     
  5. captainron62

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    I have done Ellis Island the last two years. The first year was great, last year they changed things up and it was terrible. I have a free invite for this year so not sure if I will take the risk or not. I seriously may just watch in my room and go do something afterwards.
     
  6. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I plan to return to the Aria party in 2016. Not sure what the cost is because I was comped last year. The food was tremendous, so many different options that I couldn't list them all. Great party
     
  7. bubbakitty

    bubbakitty native Texan; born and bred.

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    Went to Orleans "free" invited party three years ago due to playing level at the Orleans (not Boyd in general). It was fun with good food and free booze. The last two years have been at the free to the public in the meeting rooms leading up to the larger room where the invited party resided. It was also fun although you had to buy (like 10 $ or so) the buckets of beer and food options were available but not too pricey. We learned to eat in a restaurant about an hour prior to going to the game and just drink and check our bets.

    Laid back and low rolling. Met people from all over and had a pretty good time. This year I am going to be at the Gold Coast and assume it will be similarly offered as was Orleans. Big screen(s); big loud ruly crowds; I am a simple guest with simple needs.

    To each his own (and not being critical of choices made) but I think we spent about 25 $ a piece for the beer / alcohol and had a good time. Just can't spend the amounts quoted here to go to some of those parties and drink / eat free. I am but a wee little person who couldn't make up the difference in consumption. So I spent it all at the craps table once the game was over.
     
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  8. wernerw

    wernerw Low-Roller

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    I have done the Orleans and the Gold Coast party. Pretty similar.

    And yes, we also paid for beer and food, prices reasonable. Will do that again this year (well, next year).
     
  9. Dutch34

    Dutch34 Low-Roller

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    We can't make the SB this year (going on wild card weekend instead), but last year we watched the SB at Twin Peaks and enjoyed it immensely. It was $100 per person (no deposit other than giving CC to reserve your space, which was full...). Full menu for both food and drink. Great service and a ton of TV's to watch the game. All your purchases were deducted from the $100 payment, so anything under was your loss and anything over you paid the difference. It was actually pretty hard to spend the $100. We ended up buying shots near the end of the game, which added to the fun. We were lucky and had a great group of folks around us (two seats at the bar), and I really didn't see a bad seat in the house.
     
  10. Birdie7

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    It's always been fun on Super Bowl Sunday in Vegas. This year I will go with my Girlfriend but won't arrive till 2 pm Vegas time on game day. Wasn't gonna go this year since we are attending a family members special event that is taking place the morning of the game but as soon as The gathering is over we are heading to the Airport. We are willing to meet others to watch the game.
     
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    I'll be there Saturday- Tuesday. Can't wait!!!!
     
  12. Imperial_Palace_King

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    One of the best places I watched it at was a place called Cadillac Ranch that used to be in town square. It has since closed. $75 all you can eat and drink. We did a bar out on E Flamingo one year and it was $50 for all you can drink with a buffet. I can't even remember the name of the place. The food and drink weren't that great.

    Watched it at All America Grill at Rio one year. They had some projector screens and there was just a spending minimum per person. I get invited to some casino parties, but I've never been to one.

    I've always thought the Casa di Amore party would be a fun one to go to.
     
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    Another Ohio guy! Will you be attending any parties? We got an invite to the Flamingo party this year! As long as the Steelers don't get in, I will be happy! Going Saturday to Tuesday also.
     
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    Lots of Buckeyes going West! I too hope the Steelers aren't playing that weekend. Bengal fan here. I may do the Ellis Island party again as I have the last two years, it was great the first year and sucked last year but one of the owners emailed me and said it will be returned to the former glory. I prefer a smaller atmosphere where you can hear the game.
     
  15. Johnzimbo

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    If you need just two seats at a party let me know. We always have a few open seats at one of our tables at the South Point party
     
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    I'll be in town SAT-MON on a solo....4th year for Vegas Big Game. I've tried Westgate, Jerry's Nugget, Rock House, and Public House. I'm still looking for the off the chain S.B. party....any suggestions? Pre Super Bowl week get together football fans???
     
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    In town solo that Saturday-Thursday, considering my options.

    Unami burger, house of blues, and Cosmo-marquee are leading the pack at the moment.
     
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    In town solo Thurs and Fri, little brother joining Sat thru Tues. Have not finalized super bowl game plans yet.
     
  19. Rush

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    I usually attend a private party that some internet friends have at South Point in a suite. You bring your own drinks, and the "host" gets subs and pizza, etc., and we all toss in $25.

    I'll probably bow out this season, as I am with the wife, and she's not a big football fan.
     
  20. KyleB

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    I'll be there, currently looking for options to watch the game. I have had great success just finding something the day of though, so I may go that route again
     
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