From the Las Vegas Sun: Super Sunday could easily be renamed All-You-Can-Eat Sunday as local restaurants and bars pull out all the stops for their Super Bowl party spreads. Get your fill of wings and beer at one of the many parties on and off the Strip.
Watch the game at one of the downtown area’s newest hangouts: The Lady Silvia. Doors open at 12:30 so get there early to ensure a spot for your group. Enjoy free sushi, $2 Budweisers and Heineken Lights, $3 bloody marys, music from DJ Bones until kick off, entertainment from The Lady Sylvia cheerleaders and free pizza at halftime.
Lynyrd Skynyrd's BBQ and Beer offers an all-you-can-eat and drink special featuring beer, wine and well drinks, priced at $75 per person.
Public House hosts Super Sunday Funday where guests can enjoy a comfortable lounge seat for a minimum $45 per hour foo and beverage spend. New York fans can enjoy Ommegang Abbey Ales for only $6. Diehard New England fanatics can enjoy bottles of Sam Adams for $6. At the bar, the house specialty beer, Deschutes, will be priced at $5.
Central by Michel Richard, at Caesars Palace, will show the game in the lounge area. Special menu items include hot wings, beef sliders with garlic aoli, pulled pork sliders, deviled eggs, fried chicken fingers and buckets of chicken.
The Las Vegas Hotel (formerly The Las Vegas Hilton) offers $2 hot dogs and $2 Bud products in Football Central at the LVH Theater. Admission is free and food items are priced a la carte. http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/feb/02/events-guide-super-bowl-watch-parties/
Earlier, I blogged about the Patriots and Giants bars, where the most excitement will be: http://lasvegasbadger.blogspot.com/2012/01/patriots-and-giants-football-bars-in.html
Or, of course, you can stay home and have your own party.