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I'm pretty sure this question has been asked and answered before, but I can't find it. I will be in Vegas over Labor Day weekend and there will obviously be lots of football happening. Where is the best place to watch and bet on games? I think JC had some good suggestions the last time this question was posted?
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I always stay at the Wynn and it's very nice there. Higher end IMHO there. Emerill's Sportsbook is set up really nice (with stadium couch seating) and the betting window at the bottom with good food and LOTS of TV's. That's in the Palazzo next to the Wynn. Call ahead at Emerill's if you want to reserve one of those areas because I'm sure they will go fast for that weekend. Those are the only 2 I have been to enough to comment on.
Have fun and Go Cocks!
Caesars is huge. But there are def some newer ones in the past couple years out there that I havent been to yet. Headed out there in August myself.
I've not been to them all, but the Aria to me is by far the best sports book in Vegas. You will not be disappointed. I watched the SC/KY game from there last year and spent most of the day there.
I'll be there for Labor day weekend as well. Caesars is the classic large sportsbook with a number of tables and viewing from all angles. Wynn and Encore are very nice sportsbooks but a little more and the uppity side of things. Lagasse's in Palazzo is also nice but they have minimum spending amounts per person to get a table that can get pricey. My favorite is Caesars because it is big, the gaming tables are close and you can keep an eye on the games while playing some table games as well. The crowd at Caesars seems to be more sports oriented as well and you will get some big cheers from the crazies over there.
I will also be in Vegas that weekend. Stopping in Dallas to watch Alabama vs. Michigan @ Jerry World first though.
Now that's a weekend!
Caesar's is really big, but it is kind of spread out if you are going with a group of guys. Actually, Bally's has a really nice sports book, and even has a bar area with tables if you are a group. But I must say, after going out there for years, I was really impressed with Lagasse Stadium (in the Palazzo). Heck - you're sitting on couches like you are in your living room. If you're out there for a football Saturday or Sunday, you may want to call ahead and reserve a table/space.
Another vote for the big board at Caesar's...
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