Attention Sports Fans: Have you been searching for a great place to watch the game? A place where you can watch your favorite team play while still enjoying delicious food? Well look no further, Lagasse’s Stadium, located in The Palazzo, is just what you have been looking for. This 24,000 square-foot restaurant is outfitted with nearly 100 high-definition screens, access to nearly every major sports event you can think of, lounge and stadium seating, and cuisine from world-famous chef Emeril Lagasse. Stadium guests are treated to the full “Game Day” experience while enjoying fun, inventive and intelligent dishes.
Had a wonderful time!! Service by Joe was EXCELLENT, food was good, atmosphere in stadium was Perfect!! The experience was over the top for the Final Four. Wish we had a stadium on the east coast; Xanadu or old ESPN Zone in NYC. Fun, for all. Kids would love it too. great for a birthday party for a sports nut of ANY age. male or female!!!
A fine place to watch sports,place bets and enjoy a good meal and drinks inside a beautiful Las Vegas resort hotel
The stadium is an excellent place to watch a game. And Emeril's food--FANTASTIC!!! I recommend the beef dip sandwich! ;)
While it is out of the way (little hard to find) once you do, it's well worth it. Definitely one of my favorite places to bet on horses at! Food and drinks were a little pricey for bar food, but didn't have a bad meal at all!
We went on a Saturday full of college football games. The place was packed and we waited outside on the veranda until our reservation time. I was disappointed that we weren't in the main stadium when we were seated, but we still had views of about 5 or 6 different games. The food was good, but you really go for the atmosphere, and the sports book on site. The sports book was very convenient and there were blackjack and craps tables for commercial breaks and if your team looked like they were going to lose. Our wives got kind of bored after a while so keep that in mind. All in all, it is a fantastic place for guys to watch games and eat bar food.
I think its bad business to have $50 per person minimum fee and not prominently display it!