Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Super Bowl Party In Las Vegas 2010

Who will play in Super Bowl XLIV (44)? While Las Vegas oddsmakers seem to favor the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints to face off at Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, on Feb. 7, there is only one sure bet.

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will be there for an unforgettable 2010 Bridgestone Super Bowl XLIV Halftime Show. You can catch a promotional clip here.

Another sure bet is that The Stirling Club will be the most exclusive place to watch the game live in Las Vegas. Ever since the NFL gave notice to casinos that they cannot broadcast the Super Bowl at large scale "Super Bowl parties," small scale venues have become the favored place for fans to enjoy the game in Las Vegas.

At The Stirling Club, members are invited to meet up in the Cigar Bar for a picture perfect big screen viewing of the game. The event features every edible imaginable, with a full-service deli menu, salad station, all-star stadium food, and ice cold draft beer.

The game day menu line-up includes BBQ chicken, Angus beef burgers, bratwurst, corn dogs, chili, Italian sausages, grilled salmon, and two surprise entrees that will be chosen from the hometowns of each divisional champion. Snacks include s'mores, coconut bars, cookies, funnel cakes, pineapple upsidedown cakes, brownies, blondies, and team colored cupcakes plus nachos, soft pretzels, popcorn, kettle corn, Cracker Jacks, candy peanuts, potato chips, ice cream, and candy bars.

Members may place reservations for $50 person. Space is limited. Non-Stirling Club members may contact Kathleen Gustafson, executive membership director, for consideration or to make plans to tour the club during the divisional or championship round parties in the Cigar Bar on Jan. 17 and Jan. 24. Can't make The Stirling Club event?

Five Additional Picks for Super Bowl Sunday in Las Vegas.

• Blush. Located inside Wynn Las Vegas, Blush is hosting a big party in its laid-back lounge setting. Admission may vary, so check before you go.

• Society Cafe.The action at Encore at Wynn will include a special Super Bowl menu in a venue honored by Esquire as one of the "Best New Restaurants in America, 2009."

• Hofbrauhaus. Located on Paradise Road, south of The Stirling Club, the Hofbrauhaus will host its main party in the beer garden with eight big screen televisions. The main hall will accommodate overflow guests. Reservations are recommended.

• ESPN Zone. Near New York, New York Hotel & Casino, ESPN Zone features a big game menu with staggered service. Prices range from $125 to $175 per person (three person minimum). All seating will be in the screening room or Studio Grill.

• Everywhere. Race and sports books are still allowed to televise the game live. One of the more comprehensive lists can be found here. Anyone planning to catch the game at a race and sports book should plan to arrive early.
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