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Any feedback on the sports book at Plaza....

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by mdm4sfest, Sep 14, 2021.

  1. mdm4sfest

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    Of course Id love to fork over $225+ for a seat at Circa however standing around on a Sunday morning isnt in my wheelhouse so looking for another SB downtown to watch the 10am games at with 3-4 friends.

    A few are staying at GN/me MSS. I did enjoy my experience at GN a couple years back (albeit a Thurs night game) however also saw that Plaza has a nice looking SB they opened in 2019. Id appreciate any feedback whether good or bad. Looking to watch the Browns and Steelers game this coming Sunday and assume outside of paying for a seat, Circa will be asses to elbows. Was hoping Plaza was a solid alternative...
     
  2. drfishalot

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    I would not really call the plaza sportsbook much of a sports book, I would rather sit over at the Cal, which is pretty small. Probably need to be any place early. Might be worth an Uber to Westgate, Again be early

    On a side note last year we just got to the circa book early and sat down are they charging for seats now?
     
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    I would say the golden nugget would be acceptable as well although I've never really spent much time there but at least they do have some comfortable chairs and numerous screens .I can see they have a decent atmosphere
     
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    I could be wrong but when I go on their site it looks like everything is paid, unless thats only one section. We arent super serious bettors (albeit Im sure I will invest around $100)--just wanted a place ot sit eat/drink for one game. We are going to Life is Beautiful downtown later in the day so ubering around isnt an option as we prefer to stay downtown all day---goodlook on the Cal--Ive stayed there and didnt even realize they have a SB--which shows you how serious I am but on the website it looks aesthetically pleasing.
     
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    Last year in November you could not place a sports bet at the Cal sports book but you could at least sit down and watch games. They do not have much seating but it is comfortable,
     
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    yea a friend pointed that out to me even though I read over the details like 4 times lol
     
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    My downtown ranking order would be circa (which we used for free last yr), Cal , GN.
     
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    All the sports books are so close together downtown that usually I will check the Cal( when open ), the nugget , and Fremont And 4Q , To see to see who has the most favorable line. Sometimes there is a 1/2 point or full point difference
     
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    I'm not so sure that the entire sports book will be. It's a massive, multi-level sports book.

    If you're looking for a really dead sports book check out Downtown Grand.
     
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    Being in a hype atmosphere def enhances the level of fun… some in my group are a tad… not as energetic as most
     
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    I hate it when I do that! If you can't get into the sportsbook at Circa proper, you can still watch it from several places in Circa due to the size. I'd suggest heading to the Overhang Bar, which looks right down into it. Check out the page and you can kind of see how great a view it is
    https://www.circalasvegas.com/drink-dine/overhang-bar/
     
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