February isn’t just about Valentine’s Day — it’s also about football! It is never too early to start making plans for the Big Game, and in 2017 there is no better place to watch the Big Game and party afterward than Downtown Las Vegas. Cheer for your team and enjoy delicious food and drinks at the following downtown destinations.
Plaza’s Big Game 2017 Viewing Party
To watch the big game, join The Plaza’s massive Big Game Party in the newly renovated Sierra Ballroom. Included in the ticket price, we will have a stadium food buffet, open bar, William Hill betting stations and sports memorabilia for purchase. The game will be broadcast on several large screen televisions and projectors, so you’ll have a great view no matter where you are.
General admission tickets are $125 and include a stadium food buffet, open bar, betting stations and sports memorabilia available for purchase.
Every year, the Plaza’s Big Game Viewing Party offers both residents and tourists an exciting environment, complete with excellent food and drinks, for rooting on your favorite team!
Get a Room
Amid the Big Game festivities, commercials, and performances, it’s also worth noting that Big Game Sunday is one of the biggest drinking days of the year.
Have you ever thought of a hotel room as an alternative to drinking and driving?
The cost of a DUI can be $1,000’s of dollars and leave a permanent mark on your driving record. Taxis and ridesharing apps might be convenient, but they can also be expensive and time-consuming alternatives to drinking and driving. Drivers are also very cautious about accepting fares from intoxicated passengers.
Our hotel rooms are oftentimes less expensive than a round-trip ride and are a short walk from all the action. Best of all, you’re never too drunk to sleep so you don’t have to worry about us not accepting your reservation.
Book your accommodation at The Plaza Hotel early – rooms tend to run out fast for this special event.
The William Hill Race & Sportsbook Bar
Located on the casino floor of the Plaza Hotel is the William Hill Race & Sportsbook, the perfect place to watch the biggest game of the year. Place your bets and enjoy an array of beer, wine, and cocktail choices at this cozy sports bar. The best part is, you’re located near exciting casino gaming action — a perfect way to spend halftime if you don’t care to watch the show.
Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery
Located at Main Street Station is the Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery — a top hotspot for watching the biggest game of the year. Enjoy amazing craft beers and pub food favorites while you watch all the heart-pounding action on the big screen.
Big Game Party at The Downtown Events Center
Every year, one of the largest event venues in Downtown Las Vegas transforms into the perfect spot for watching the big game. The Downtown Events Center is an outdoor venue right in the heart of all of the downtown action you’re looking for. The area goes full VIP with heated tents, private tables, giant HD TV’s, and food and drink offerings.
After the Big Game
After the game, Downtown Las Vegas has several attractions to keep the party going well into the night.
Fremont Street Experience
Enjoy the Fremont Street Experience with its many famous characters and attractions. Enjoy the free light shows on the world’s largest video screens with premium quality sound. Over 17 million people enjoy the Fremont Street Experience every year.
SlotZilla Zip Line
One of our favorite things to do in Downtown Las Vegas is to ride SlotZilla, which is a 12-story, slot machine-inspired zip line experience. Fly high above the crowded streets at speeds over 40 mph. Build amazing memories at one of the premiere attractions in Downtown Las Vegas during one of the best weekends to be in Las Vegas.
Need a light stroll after all that food and drinks? View The Neon Museum’s collection of historic and iconic signs from Las Vegas’ past. Listed as one of the top 20 things to do in Las Vegas by TripAdvisor, the Neon Museum is a short drive from the Plaza and a great way to learn more about the history of Las Vegas.
Each sign in the Neon Museum’s collection offers a unique story about what inspired it, where it was made, and the role it played in Las Vegas’ distinctive history.
We recommend experiencing the magic of the Neon Museum at night to view the iconic neon of their restored signs.
This is just a small piece of the things to do during Super Bowl Weekend in Downtown Las Vegas. Book your room and purchase your tickets now for the best Super Bowl Party in Las Vegas.