Whether you’re a fan of football, hockey or basketball, Las Vegas offers a variety of sports bars to enjoy game day. Read on to learn more about our Best in Class picks for sports bars across the Las Vegas Valley.
Dave & Buster’s
Long synonymous with games of all kinds, Dave & Buster’s opened its first and only Nevada location in August 2016. Residing within the swank Downtown Summerlin complex, the 33,000-square-foot Las Vegas location is a top-rated immersive entertainment experience. The adult-focused — those younger than 18 must be accompanied by a guardian of at least 25 years of age — state-of-the-art arcade and game-viewing haven has everything you could want in a sports bar, including a vast selection of tasty eats and libations.
Perfectly encapsulating the company’s motto “Eat, Drink, Play, Watch,” Dave & Buster’s Las Vegas features 30 high-definition television sets and a 660-inch projector. And, with two dining lounges and a main bar, you’ll be able to eat, drink and always have great access to a TV.
You also can feel good about dropping some coin for gaming tickets at Dave & Buster’s. It’s been a longtime supporter of the Make-a-Wish Foundation of America. So get your March Madness on, catch opening day baseball — this year’s is the earliest in history at any traditional Major League ballpark — or take in nearly any other sporting event you desire. Dave & Buster’s wants to be Vegas’ go-to destination for all things sports and gaming.
Emeril Lagasse has been a driving force in the Las Vegas culinary scene for more than two decades, so it’s no surprise that this longtime New Orleans Saints fanatic tossed his hat into the world of sports bars. Located inside The Palazzo, Lagasse’s Stadium features stadium seating, high-quality cuisine and private luxury boxes that all make for a stellar sports bar experience.
Tag Sports Bar
When The Linq hotel-casino surged onto the Las Vegas Strip landscape, it did more than change the city’s skyline — it upped the party game as well. Tag Sports Bar is a jewel in The Linq’s crown. A serious upgrade to the standard sports bar, Tag features hundreds of beers, an upscale menu, interactive gaming and 43 TVs worth of 24/7 sports.
Tap Sports Bar
Not to be confused with Tag, Tap Sports Bar is a chic, well-appointed yet chill sports bar located at the MGM Grand. Known for its extensive collection of sports memorabilia and for hitting it out of the ballpark on traditional sports bar grub, Tap’s proximity to T-Mobile Arena also makes it the perfect Golden Knights pre- and post-game stop.