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LVI Sep 16, 2010 08:37 AM

Looking for a place that has great food and a TV for dinner. Buddies and I want to be able to eat while watching college football this weekend and am looking for any suggestions. We are going to Sinatra Sunday night to watch my beloved NY Giants but wanted something in like that in quality to watch the late college football games. Thanks in advance for your help!

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    johnmaggie Sep 16, 2010 01:00 PM

    Legassi's (Emeril's) stadium is specifically for that. And super food too! Multiple huge screens xfor watching the games (Palazzo)

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      zippyh Sep 17, 2010 09:02 AM

      There's a $25 bar seating/$50 table seating per person minimum at Lagasse's Stadium.
      Probably shouldn't be hard to reach those amounts in food and bev.
      But those charges are also per game.

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        Hndfulprls Oct 7, 2010 04:15 PM

        I am looking for the same thing, tried Lagasse's two weeks out and no tables.

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          ciaogal Oct 7, 2010 05:47 PM

          Had a fun MNF evening @ RM Seafood @ Mandalay Bay. 3 large flat screen tv's in the Bar area. Great raw bar and sushi selections! They even offer a few Happy Hour/football special appetizers and cocktails! We stuck mostly w/ sushi! Enjoy!

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          RM Seafood
          3930 Las Vegas Blvd S 134-200A, Las Vegas, NV

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      QAW Sep 16, 2010 10:20 AM

      Perhaps time to make a whole weekend of it at the Wynn - the Country Club Grill provides the type of setting that you are looking for. And now that he has had a few months go get settled in, Carlos Guia has added a "New Orleans" tasting menu, which is a great way to space out a game. For a little background, Guia worked for the Brennan's for several years in New Orleans back in the late 90's, and they chose him to run Commander's Palace when it opened here. We have had a real shortage of that type (and quality) of cuisine since they closed, but he resurfaced first at SW Steakhouse, and now the Country Club. They added a New Orleans Jazz Brunch a few months ago, and have now incorporated some classic dishes into the dinner menu.

      There are a few other high-end options for game-watching, one of the more quiet being the bar area at Circo, but if you are doing Sinatra on Sunday night, back-to-back Italian may not be a preference. Carnevino can fit, but there is only one television. Delmonico's has multiple televisions, but because the bar area is open to a lot of pedestrian traffic, it may be a bit distracting.

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        kagemusha49 Sep 17, 2010 04:27 PM

        Noodle Asia at the Venetian has nice stuff and you have a clear view of all the screens on the sportsbook

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