Best Sports Bars in Las Vegas

Sports are taken very seriously here in Las Vegas, and with March Madness rolling in for its annual fun, it’s time to gather your friends and figure out the best spots to celebrate and catch the games. Whether you prefer something more intimate and inviting or something, well, a little more in the style of Vegas, there are spots all over the City of Sin perfect for catching all the Madness March can bring.

Tailgate Social Bar and Grill

Tailgate Social Bar and Grill is one of the most popular, upscale sports bars to hit Vegas. The spot’s design is modern and doesn’t overwhelm itself in sports memorabilia or traditional bar themes, and instead offers a more intimate experience to enjoy while you catch the game. The bar features a multitude of flatscreens across the space, a full bar and shareable bar-style food like the monster nachos or beer cheese and pretzel platter. In honor of March Madness, the bar is offering a Buckets and Brews night March 17 to kick off the tournament with discounted drinks and reserved seats. 

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Chickie’s & Pete’s Crabhouse and Sports Bar

Hidden inside of Sahara Las Vegas, Chickie’s & Pete’s Crabhouse and Sports Bar combines a love for seafood with a love for sports–who says you can’t have both? The spot features over 50 flatscreens with state-of-the-art sound systems showcasing different games, a betting window for the risk-takers, private rooms with TV’s and fireplaces, a full bar and an arcade-style room for when the commercials are a bit too boring. As for the wild-caught fare, some must-try include the lobster pizza or surf-and-turf, to be washed down with one of the 20 local beers available. 

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Stadia Bar

Stadia Bar

With old basketball courts as floors, football helmets for booths and chandeliers inspired by basketball nets, it’s no surprise that the Stadia Bar in Caesars Palace is a must for catching the Final Four action. In addition to its unique design, the spot offers a luxe sports experience, with multiple HD flatscreens, a high-end cocktail program, elevated fare and other lush amenities to create the ultimate game-day experience for guests. 

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Al’s Garage

A locally-owned and -operated neighborhood go-to, Al’s Garage is a home away from home for most locals and guests alike. Imagine the spot as if you were to catch the game in your own home, except with better food and live music. Though their hearts belong to the Las Vegas Golden Knights and Raiders, the spot showcases a multitude of games across its flatscreens (including March Madness). Al’s boasts a gaming center with arcade fun, half off your tab if you venture in between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m., elevated mains, a full bar and an all-around good time. 

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Beer Park

A stunning glass rooftop bar with views of Vegas’s cityscape, Beer Park offers an inviting backyard feel that is both cozy and elevated while maintaining its sports bar feel. The spot features betting tables to make placing gambles more convenient, flatscreens, comfort fare and a massive bar program featuring handcrafted cocktails, ice-cold beers and a wine cabinet to help you kick back and enjoy your favorite game. 

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Money, Baby!

A hidden gem located inside of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Money, Baby! is a sports bar with a club-style atmosphere. When you aren’t catching the latest game on one of the 200 HD TVs, a DJ will start spinning some jams while the strobe lights come into play. If you aren’t feeling the dance floor, there are arcade games, golf simulators and more to keep you entertained. If the fun wasn’t enough to bring you to catch your game, the elevated hot dogs, wings and other fare curated by Food Network star, Chef Beau MacMillan, might.

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Blondie’s, located inside of Planet Hollywood Mall, is known to be the best sports bar in a mall and offers over 40 TV’s, sports memorabilia, $20 all-you-can-drink beers, signature handcrafted cocktails and an amazing American-style fare menu, all inside of a college-style bar setting. 

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TAP Sports Bar 

Come for the burgers, beer and fun and stay for your favorite March Madness match at TAP Sports Bar located in MGM Grand. The spot offers no bad viewing spots with over 60 HDTVs and state-of-the-art sound systems, to-die-for bites, ice-cold beer and sports memorabilia from some of the biggest names in the game–what more could you ask for? 

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Kickers Gaming and Sports Bar

Kickers Gaming and Sports Bar

One of the newer additions to Las Vegas, Kickers Gaming and Sports Bar is the perfect way to get away from The Strip while still enjoying all of the same excitement. The spot is very high-energy, and showcases multiple sports games across its 65- to 85-in. TV’s, with so many spanning the walls that no seat in the house is a bad one. Kickers also features photo booths, arcade games, VR games and more fun to keep you going past the last quarter. 

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Sporting Life Bar

Unlike most sports destinations in Vegas (or anywhere!), Sporting Life Bar allows you to individually control your own TV–a power most will never experience in their lifetime. That power is a promise that guests will never miss their favorite game or have the channel turned before the final quarter. Sporting Life also houses a bar made of old basketball courts, impeccable fare, casino-style games and more fun to be had when the commercials take over. 

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