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Strip Restaurant to Watch Monday Night Football

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by BarelyHangingOn, Sep 18, 2018.

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  1. BarelyHangingOn

    BarelyHangingOn VIP Whale

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    I am looking for somewhere to go (MGM if possible) to watch a Monday Night Football game in December during Rodeo. Staying at The Mirage.

    It would be the wife and I and we are in our 40s.

    We have gone to The Pub at Monte Carlo and Taps at MGM previously and those places are up our alley.

    We like to have a dinner like wings or pub food and have some beers. We like somewhere somewhat lively but not college kid crazy.

    We were thinking of possibly Top Golf or even The Still at The Mirage but looking for other suggestions.
     
  2. rooster42000

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    Black Tap at Venetian
    Lagasee at Venetian
    Charlies At Wynn
    Twin Peaks by PH
     
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    The PUB at Crystals?
     
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    Tap Sports Bar and Michael Mina's Pub, both at MGM Grand.
    Gordon Ramsay's Pub @ CP, sit on the bar side.
    LVB burger at the Mirage, although can't recall how many screens they have.
    550 Pizza @ Aria has lots of screens as well.
     
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    Twin Peaks at PH, Yardhouse or Tilted Kilt at Linq Promenade,
     
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    Tom's Urban at NYNY has a pretty good set up for watching sports and I'm a big fan of the food. Prices are reasonable for the strip. As long as there is not an event at tmobile I would give this a shot.
     
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    The Still is what I was going to suggest. The wings are good, and tons of TVs, with a good size beer menu. I don't recall PUB having that great of a TV set up for tables, but at the bar I'm sure is fine (not sure if you have a preference for table v bar seating).
     
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    Legasse's at Palazzo would be my first choice. Good food and more screens than you can shake a stick at.
     
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    Charlie's at Wynn. The wings are amazing.
     
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    Yard House in the Linq Promenade
     
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    Had a great time last year watching mnf at the wynn sportsbook restaurant.
     
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    This is a tip from my bud, spending 3 months in Vegas- now.

    BEST BOOK TO WATCH SINGLE GAME
    The Cromwell. Best single screen in Vegas, not crowded, great lounges food, 3/2 BJ - I think $10 is min, and a nice happy hour $1 Ciroc and/or Ketel One Vodka just when u r getting "beered out" Spending most of my sports watching here.
     
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    God-Speed "Live Life, Live It!"

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    This is our go to place in January during the playoffs. :thumbsup:
     
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    Was just told last night by the bartender at the Cromwell that they stopped the 1$ happy hour this past Saturday...
     
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    Boo!
     
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    Another vote for Lagasse's Stadium in Palazzo. I have watched a number of games there and always enjoyed it. It's right cross the street from Mirage, so you can just toddle on home when the game is over.

    Here's a link to the menu http://emerilsrestaurants.com/lagasses-stadium/menus
     
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    Thirded. The chicken and waffles there is damn near a religious experience.
     
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