Are you looking to watch sports in Vegas?
What about the NHL’s Golden Knights, WNBA’s Aces, or NFL’s Raiders?
Vegas has always been a sports-watching (and betting) town.
If you’re hanging out on the Strip, these are the best sports bars on the Strip to watch your favorite teams and all the weekend and playoff games.
Top 10 Bars to Watch Sports on the Vegas Strip
1. Beer Park
Located at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel, Beer Park by Budweiser is located on an open-air deck overlooking the Strip, directly across from the Bellagio fountains.
The atmosphere is gourmet tailgate, complete with glassware made to look like red Solo cups, dinnerware made to look like paper plates, and games like foosball and giant Jenga.
There are regular special events including Babe Rosé Thursdays, Electronic Fridays, College Football Saturdays, and watch parties for ALL the games, as well as weekend brunch. The beer offerings will also please even the biggest beer snobs (thanks largely to Budweiser’s many craft acquisitions).
Best for: Overall fun party vibe and the best open-air view of the Strip, period.
2. Charlie’s Bar & Grill
A C-shaped bar and grill with screens large and small above the round bar at the center and lining the exterior walls, Charlie’s inside the Wynn has all the necessary screen space of a sports bar along with exactly the kind of elevated tailgate cuisine you would expect from the Wynn, including massive burgers, loaded nachos, and 25-ounce “mega” milkshakes.
They’ve also got a nice selection of local beers on draft.
Best for: The gourmet pub food.
Located at the Park, the outdoor dining and entertainment district next to the Park MGM that leads to T-Mobile Arena, home of the Vegas’s own Golden Knights, Beerhaus is a beer hall with counter ordering, communal seating, and enough screens to satisfy the predominantly sportsfan crowd.
They have an excellent selection of nerdy craft and imported beers—one of the best in Vegas—and serve an assortment of barbecue, burgers, sandwiches, and sausages.
Best for: Fueling up before a Knights game, watching a Knights game, and celebrating after a Knights game.
4. TAP Sports Bar
TAP Sports Bar inside the MGM Grand is loaded up with 60 HD flatscreen TVs for ALL the sports viewing, and is additionally filled with sports memorabilia lest you forget you’re in a sports bar.
The menu is loaded with go-big-or-go-home pub food, including a variety of “loaded” fries, wings, sandwiches, burgers, and steaks. You can go even bigger with one-liter mugs of any of their draft beers (a nice selection that includes both craft and crowd-pleasers).
Best for: Football breakfast specials from 9 to 11 a.m. on Sundays.
5. Blondies Sports Bar & Grill
Also located in Planet Hollywood, though this one is in the Miracle Mile Shops, Blondies Sports Bar & Grill has over 60 screens ranging in size from 32 inches to 12 feet, and it also happens to have one of the BEST happy hours in all of Sin City.
From 3 to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Friday, you can get $20 all-you-can-drink wells and domestic drafts—score!
Best for: Happy hour.
6. The Still
Located inside the Mirage, the Still is an 8,000-square-foot upscale sports bar/man cave, with 27 TV screens to catch all the action, over 50 craft beers, and a refurbished Airstream trailer that has been turned into a fully-functioning kitchen out of which they churn out excellent upscale pub food including street tacos, tuna poke bowls, and lobster rolls.
Best for: Group dining platters with buckets of beer.
7. Sully’s Casino Bar
Sully’s is a classic casino center bar located inside Horseshoe (though not actually located in the center of Horseshoe, but near the front desk and the crossover to Paris), with added emphasis on screens for sports-watching as well as bar-top video gaming.
It’s a chill spot where you can soak in the casino action while staying on top of the sports action.
Best for: Gaming while watching the game.
8. Buffalo Wild Wings
There is a certain comfort in knowing that wherever you are in the U.S., if you want to watch a game somewhere with good food, a good beer list, and plenty of screens for all your different sports needs, all you need to do is find a B-Dubs.
There is a Buffalo Wild Wings located inside the Miracle Mile Shops in Planet Hollywood, and much like all Buffalo Wild Wings locations, if provides all of those things with an added bonus: this one is open 24 hours, and has a weekday happy that runs from 2 to 6 p.m. and again from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Yes, 6 a.m. As well as the usual two dozen-ish flavors of wings.
Best for: Wings and late night/early morning happy hour.
9. Yard House
Yard House is another popular chain where you can always expect to have a good experience no matter where you are in the country, from the food to the beer to the ample number of bar seats for watching the game.
The Yard House at the LINQ is one of the largest Yard House locations in the company, and has a massive outdoor patio with views of the High Roller observation wheel and 160 beers on tap. Brunch with bottomless booze is also offered daily.
Best for: Sheer number of beers.
Rockhouse features over 80 HDTVs to watch your favorite team’s play.
They have $5 cocktail and beer happy hours from 11 am to 7 pm daily.
Bets For: Happy hours, live DJs, and great food and craft beers