Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Bowled Over

Watching the Super Bowl just got a serious upgrade

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Watching the Super Bowl doesn’t have to mean cold chicken wings and warm Miller Lites in red Solo cups.
 
Especially not in Vegas.
 
They call it LAVO Bowl. And, if they had Super Bowls back in the most opulent days of the Roman Empire, it might look something like this:
 
1) Watching the game on 20 TVs amidst red velvet curtains, sparkling gold and silver artwork, and plush leather lounge seating. Not barstools and sticky floors.
 
2) A gourmet buffet of grilled baby lamb chops, smoked tomato barbeque pork ribs, sautéed mussels, and one-pound Kobe meatballs. Not takeout BW3 wings.
 
3) A late-night afterparty at the swanky upstairs club fit for Italian royalty. Not passing out in the parking lot tailgate waiting for your friends to discover you.
 
And, this being Vegas and all, no Super Bowl bash would be complete without Cristal, Patron, and Dom Perignon bottle service.
 

Because why should the players be the only ones popping corks?

LAVO Bowl
Sunday, February 2
Starts at 1p; open bar 2-5p
LAVO at the Palazzo, 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. S., The Strip
(702) 791-1800
lavolv.com
 
Tickets: $85 and up here; RSVP for table here
Nearby: The Act; Bourbon Room; Rockhouse

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