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Super Bowl XLIII Vegas Party Guide

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Like rock shows and roller coasters, sporting events are best enjoyed in groups. Every February, football fans and those just in it for the commercials crowd around TV sets nationwide to drink beer, eat a smorgasbord of junk food and watch the Super Bowl.

If your home theater project has stalled and those massive plasmas seen at CES aren’t in your budget, you might consider leaving the confines of your couch for a better big game viewing experience. Bars all over Las Vegas will be firing up the big screens, serving football-friendly menus and offering drink specials sure to come in handy when your team or your bets head south. You wouldn’t want to miss a possible Bruce Springsteen wardrobe malfunction just because you don’t have HD at home!

Pre-game parties:

What: Cheerleader Bowl at Lavo

When: January 30, 10:00 p.m.

The Details: DJ Five will provide the sounds while you pre-party at Lavo to start off your Super Bowl Weekend.

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What: Cheerleader Bowl Game 2 at Tao

When: January 31, 9:30 p.m.

The Details: Check out Game 2 of the Cheerleader Bowl where you can celebrate the best things about the Super Bowl: cocktails and cheerleaders in skimpy outfits.

Super Bowl bashes:

What: The Big Game at Hawaiian Tropic Zone

When: February 1, 2:00 p.m.

How Much: $125

The Details: HTZ offers “best seat in the house” VIP tables are still available, but reservations won’t last. Watch the Steelers and Cardinals on a 36 foot plasma screen video wall while you take advantage of food and drink specials and check out the bikini-clad Hawaiian Tropic Girls.

Arizona Cardinals Matt Leinart has his bicep measured by Ines Sainz of TV Azteca during Super Bowl XLIII media day at Raymond James Stadium.

Arizona Cardinals Matt Leinart has his bicep measured by Ines Sainz of TV Azteca during Super Bowl XLIII media day at Raymond James Stadium.

What: Watch the Big Game at Steiner’s Pub

When: February 1, 2:00 p.m.

How Much: $50-$150

The Details: Steiner’s welcomes the Super Bowl with a special menu and a raffle during the game for cash prizes. $50 gets you a square to win a portion of $5,000 in cash plus a reserved seat, and $100 more will get you unlimited food and drinks during the game and for one hour prior to the coin toss.

What: Sushisamba Big Game Viewing Party

When: February 1, 1:00 p.m.

How Much: No cover charge.

The Details: At Sushisamba football fans can enjoy a special menu featuring a Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian twist on all-American favorites like Berkshire Pork Ribs, Mini Kobe Chili Cheese Dogs and Japanese and Brazilian beer options.

What: Super Sunday at Charlie's Lakeside

When: February 1, 1:00 p.m.

How Much: No cover charge.

The Details: Fans can enjoy deals on Super Bowl snacks as well as $2 domestics and $3 bloody marys plus drawings every quarter for gift baskets, hats, shirts and football jerseys.

What: PT’s Big Game Parties

When: February 1, 3:00 p.m.

How Much: $10 buffet and no cover charge.

The Details: At every PT’s location you can enjoy an all-you-can-eat stadium buffet for only $10! They'll be featuring Bud and Bud Light pints for $2.50, Bud and Bud Light mugs for $3.50 and Red Bull cocktails for $5.00. The PT’s at 10075 Eastern Avenue is a Steelers bar, so if you’re a Pittsburgh fan, head to this Henderson location.

What: Big Game Viewing Party at Jerry's Nugget

When: February 1, 2:30 p.m.

How Much: $20

The Details: Party goers can feast on $1 jumbo hot dogs, $1 large pizza slices and $1 Coors beverages and enjoy dozens of prize giveaways during the game.

What: Watch the Big Game at McFadden's

When: February 1, 2:30 p.m.

How Much: $100, available through a pre-sale only

The Details: Get your tickets now to enjoy Super Bowl XLIII McFadden’s style with a top shelf open bar, halftime buffet and a guaranteed place to plant your butt to watch all the football action.

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What: Hofbrauhaus Big Game Party

When: February 1, 11:00 a.m.

How Much: No cover charge.

The Details: Celebrate an all-American tradition German style by watching the Super Bowl at Hofbrauhaus. In addition to their normal menu, they will feature some American favorites like wings.

What: The Big Game Party at Blondies

When: February 1, 1:00 p.m.

How Much: $200

The Details: The big price gets you a big haul at Blondie’s where the Big Game buffet will feature chicken, steak, shrimp, hot wings, sausage, salad and more. A Premium open bar includes Grey Goose vodka, Crown Royal whiskey, Bacardi rum, p.i.n.k. vodka, Jagermeister, Monster Energy drinks and more.

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What: Arizona Cardinals watch party at Timbers Bar & Grill

When: February 1, 10:00 a.m.

How Much: No cover charge

The Details: Enjoy $3 domestic pints, $4 import pints, $2.50 domestic drafts, $8 buckets of Bud and Bud Light plus a delicious selection of appetizers for $5 apiece, raffle drawings and an appearance by the Bud Girls.

What: Big Game Viewing Party at South Point

When: February 1, 2:00 p.m.

How Much: No cover charge.

The Details: Enjoy a quartet of Super Bowl favorites like pizza, nachos, hot dogs, sausage and peppers and some great drink specials on wine, shots of Wild Turkey American Honey and buckets of beer at South Point.

What: Super Bowl viewing party at Quinn's Irish Pub at Green Valley Ranch

When: February 1, 2:00 p.m.

How Much: No cover charge. $30-$50 for all you can drink and eat specials

The Details: Enjoy all you can drink drafts for $30 or all you can drink drafts and all you can eat wings and chicken tenders for $50 at Quinn’s while you watch the Super Bowl.

What: Big Game viewing party at Drop Bar at Green Valley Ranch

When: February 1, 2:00 p.m.

How Much: No cover charge, $50 for an all you can drink special.

The Details: Drop Bar will offer you a posh place to watch the game while you enjoy all you can drink Bud and Bud Light bottles and well drinks for $50.

Arizona Cardinals' Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie leaps over teammate Ralph Brown during Super Bowl XLIII media day at Raymond James Stadium Tuesday Jan. 27, 2009, in Tampa Bay, Fla.

Arizona Cardinals' Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie leaps over teammate Ralph Brown during Super Bowl XLIII media day at Raymond James Stadium Tuesday Jan. 27, 2009, in Tampa Bay, Fla.

What: Coachman’s Inn

When: February 1, 1:00 p.m.

How Much: $9.95 buffet.

The Details: Coachman’s serves a sampling of classic bar food like hot dogs, wings and sliders plus $1 Bud drafts.

What: Big Game Party at Kahunaville at TI

When: February 1, 2:00 p.m.

How Much: $50

The Details: Kahunaville offers a $50 all you can eat buffet with a carving station, pasta, pizza, wings, hot dogs, burgers and sausage and peppers.

What: Big Game action at the Sports Pit at Harrah’s

When: Gaming pit is open daily.

The Details: For those who don’t want to give up precious gambling time to watch the Super Bowl, watch while you play at Harrah’s Sports Pit.

Pittsburgh Steelers' Roy Lewis films a cameraman while being interviewed during the team's media day for Super Bowl XLIII Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009, in Tampa, Fla.

Pittsburgh Steelers' Roy Lewis films a cameraman while being interviewed during the team's media day for Super Bowl XLIII Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009, in Tampa, Fla.

What: Super Bowl Party at Rockhouse Bar & Nightclub

When: February 1, 2:00 p.m.

The Details: If you are looking to do some serious drinking while you watch football, head to Rockhouse where you can drink 100 ounce “super yard” drinks in honor of the 100 yards the Steelers will barrel down the field.

What: Super Bowl Dining at Spago

When: February 1, 11:30 a.m.

How Much: Menu items are priced individually.

The Details: Consider Spago’s game time menu bar-food evolved. Dine on Spago Nachos, homemade popcorn with parmesan reggiano and black truffle salt, chicken wing "Lollipops," prime skirt steak quesadillas, kobe beef chili and fried mac-n-cheese with truffle béchamel while you watch the game.

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What: Steelers watch party at J.C. Wooloughan Irish Pub

When: February 1, 11:30 a.m.

How Much: $20-$30

The Details: Get on your black and yellow and party with fellow Steelers fans as you dine on a Super Bowl menu of hot dogs cooked in beer, Guinness BBQ wings, pasta salad, chili and kielbasa with peppers and onions.

What: Steelers headquarters at Aces & Eights

When: February 1, 11:30 a.m.

How Much: No cover charge

The Details: Tap into $12 buckets of wings and $12 buckets of Miller and MGD, $2.75 Miller Lite draughts and $4.75 Fosters Oil Cans.

Super Bowl post-game parties:

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What: Vice Bowl at Lavo

When: February 1, 10:00 p.m.

The Details: Face it, you’re calling in sick on Monday. After drinking all day keep the party rolling into the night with the sounds of DJ Vice at Lavo.

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