Lagasse’s Stadium at Palazzo offers stadium-style seating.

Aria Race + Sports Book
Boasting the most IPT betting stations on the Strip—24 total, for horse- and dog-race fans, plus self-bet kiosks for all sports—Aria ensures winning on-screen and off. With the ability to view 200 live events, no game goes unwatched, though most eyes will be on the Big Game February 3. Amenities include a VIP section and full drink and food service. Aria, 702-590-7757

Caesars Palace Sports Book
Packages for Super Bowl Sunday, including the “Man Cave” package for up to six, make this sports book an ideal destination to watch and wager. The private areas are equipped with leather couches, a dozen 50-inch plasma screens, video games, unlimited beer, full bottle service, and a high-end buffet to heighten the experience for both winners and losers. Caesars Palace, 702-731-7110

Hard Rock Cantor Race & Sports Book
At home in the rock ’n’ roll lover’s paradise, Cantor Race & Sports Book is decked out with sports memorabilia. Don’t be fooled by the casual atmosphere; thanks to its recent revamp, this book packs some serious tech-savvy punch via mobile wagering tables, HD TVs, plasma screens, and 68 personal betting stations. Hard Rock, 702-693-5000

Cosmopolitan Race & Sports Book by Cantor
For an intimate and ultra-modern place to root for your team, head to this gamer’s paradise, powered by Cantor. HD projection screens, 18 LCD monitors, and sleek décor make it the most chic destination to watch the field action unfold in New Orleans’s Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Cosmopolitan, 702-698-7000

Lagasse’s Stadium
Men are lured in by the 100 HD TVs plus a massive main screen, while sports-loving women will indulge in the plush atmosphere and comfortable stadium-style seating—but everyone will stay for the delicious cuisine crafted by Emeril Lagasse. Lagasse Stadium also offers luxury boxes with billiard tables and an outdoor patio facing the Strip. Palazzo Hotel & Casino, 702-607-2665

M Resort Race & Sports Book
The ultimate hybrid of technology and gaming, M Resort Race & Sports Book by Cantor Gaming boasts an impressive fleet of 103-inch plasma-screen TVs, two projection screens, and mobile sports-wagering accounts that allow bettors to play in the resort’s Wireless Gaming Lounge—or from anywhere in Nevada after downloading Cantor’s app to their own computer, tablet, or smart phone. M Resort, 702-797-1000

Mandalay Bay Race & Sports Book
Able to seat 300 guests, this mammoth race and sports book just steps from the casino floor also boasts a 28-by-30-foot projection screen and more than 70 televisions including 41 individual screens. (Big spenders can rent out the VIP Luxury Box.) Get a drink at the full-service bar or grab a gameworthy bite at Sports Book Grill. Mandalay Bay, 702-632-7777

Red Rock Resort Sports Book
Catch a game on the 96-foot video wall, watch races on one of 200 personal TVs, or take in a panoramic view in the VIP area. With Strip-worthy amenities, this Summerlin sports book doesn’t feel like a local favorite—but Pink’s Hot Dogs and great deals on beers for game days will remind you it is. Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa; 702-797-7777

Wynn Las Vegas Race & Sports Book
Enjoy high-energy wagering at the home of the Kentucky Derby Future Book for next year’s winner—and one of the swankiest books in town. With 37 plasma screens, comfortable seating for 125, a plush VIP lounge, and Zoozacrackers Deli steps away, the Wynn betting haven is ideal for those who love sports and luxury—but didn’t make it to the Big Easy to watch in person. Wynn Las Vegas, 702-770-7000

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