What do Vegas locals love more than watching our beloved Vegas Golden Knights play, with bomb food and cold drinks? Nothing. Nothing at all. Here is a list of options for your next night out with the boys (VGK boys, that is.)
Located in Park MGM, this hip beer spot features live music, pretzels and beer cheese to die for, Jenga for your tables and the best atmosphere for any game night. And if you’re feeling a BBQ Rib or Tri-Tip dinner, they have got you covered.
2. The Still
Located at the Mirage, The Still has a “man cave” with surrounding Plasma TVs, a giant selection of craft beer, a patio, and countless drinking games to play at intermissions. The bar itself has 2 giant steel brewing tanks creating a modern and funky bar to sit at. And not to mention their delicious menu ranging from Tacos, Sliders, Lobster Rolls, and even Deep Fried Oreos.
3. Scenic Brewery
Not only can you watch The Vegas Golden Knights on 33 different TV screens, drink $3 #ScenicBrews and munch on $6 appetizers during the game or happy hour but you can do so throughout the entire restaurant, not just the bar. Kids eat free on Tuesdays and Thursdays (Yes, it’s a kid friendly place to watch the game! So, no smoking.) Does it get any better than this? No. The answer is no.
4. Dave & Busters
The ultimate adult game heaven. Not only can you play skee-ball and shoot hoops, but you can drink and watch your favorite game all simultaneously. It’s truly a win win. Located at Downtown Summerlin, Dave & Busters is the best spot for big groups.
5. World Of Beer
And it’s exactly what it sounds like. Located in Henderson, Nevada, World of Beer has over 550 beers from around the world and of course a great selection of TV’s. Food items include chicken wings, flatbreads, Mac N Cheese, Beer Cheese Nachos…truly the whole 9 yards.
6. Beer Park
From Shuffleboard, to beer pong, to foosball and life-size Jenga, Beer Park has an awesome ambiance for every game day. Their 10,000 square foot patio has the iconic view of the Bellagio fountains and is the perfect place to hang with friends and watch any sports event of your choosing.
7. Buffalo Wild Wings
If you’re just dying for juicy wings, Buffalo Wild Wings will always have you covered with every flavor you can think of or even can’t think of…like Bourbon Honey Mustard, Asian Zing, and Mango Habanero. They even have their “Blazin” wing challenge where you have less than 6 minutes to eat a dozen of these extremely hot wings.
The greatest of all time is located just a little off the Strip on Sahara. With a warehouse feel from the outside, G.O.A.T. has it all from eccentric food items like Korean spicy wings and mushroom poppers, to your favorite cocktail to set you up for your game.
A bar with views. And not only can you lay back and chill while sipping on a beer & overlooking the breathless Vegas Strip, but you can play golf too. This Topgolf location is truly the coolest in the country and it’s right at our footsteps.
10. Parkway Tavern
With 3 locations in Vegas, Parkway is the perfect combination of a sports bar to hang out at in the afternoon or simply a great option for a Friday night. You can gamble, play pool, and eat amazing food all while watching your favorite Knights and having a great time.
11. Lazy Dog
At Lazy Dog you can not only watch the game, but bring your dog along too! The American dream, really. And they even have an exclusive beer club you can join that includes quarterly beer kits with limited edition craft beer, draft beer upgrades, merchandise, and a lifetime of benefits. Sounds like a deal to me!
12. Miller’s Ale House
Located at Town Square Las Vegas, Miller’s Ale House feels like your average college town bar. A great spot to watch the games and while you’re there, make sure to try their iconic Zingers! (Buffalo flavored is the best).
13. Public School 702
And we can’t forget about our absolute favorite…Public School 702. This place is truly the cutest restaurant you can find with menus in the form of “Composition Books,” a happy hour they call “Recess,” and a full blown “Education in the art of Food & Beer.” This place is the all-around perfect summer spot for really any occasion, but of course a Knights game is the perfect excuse to go.
14. Bar Code Burger Bar
This locally owned burger bar has a massive VGK fan base. Not to mention a 24/7 scratch kitchen, lounge area with five 4K ultra HD TVs, and a freaking 12ft HD projector screen, which actually broadcast sound. They also happen to be the first locally owned bar to feature Ryan Reeves new beer. Ryan personally created his own burger with all of his fav Ingredients that fans can order anytime.
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