BALLY’S LAS VEGAS
“The Book” – Bally’s Sports and Race Book – The Book, considered one of the best and most convenient sports books in town, especially for locals, is easily located directly inside the doors from the Flamingo Road-side parking lot. Complete with stadium seating, players who use their Total Rewards card can qualify for comps and VIP treatment, depending on their level of play. Premium services, such as special seating and special betting widows, is based on what level the player reaches. Numerous projection-screen televisions and individual monitors ensure you won’t miss a minute of the action.
PARIS LAS VEGAS
March to the Championship – Les Theatre Des Arts – Open to the public, the Paris theater has been transformed into the city’s largest sports book. The action includes four large jumbo screens showing all of the games, Bud and Bud Light bucket and draft specials, game-day food menu, betting stations and tee-shirt giveaways.
The March to the Championship viewing party runs Thursday through Sunday beginning at 9 am each day.
Le Burger Brasserie – Le Burger Brasserie is a French interpretation of an American classic: a lively meat-and-potatoes Sports Grille featuring the world’s most creative burgers. Don’t want to miss any college hoops, enjoy all the sporting events on the big screens, including a 15’x15’ behemoth and nine plasma screens.
Le Burger Brasserie is open daily at 11 am and is located in the promenade between Paris and Bally’s.
RIO ALL-SUITE HOTEL & CASINO
Ballin’ and Bowling – Lucky Strike Lanes – Not satisfied with just watching the action and want to create your own? The liveliest place in town is sure to be Lucky Strike Lanes, the retro chic ten-lane bowling alley at the Rio. Open to the public today through Sunday, there is no cover and shoe rental is complimentary. Bowling is $2 per game, or free with a $20 parlay card from the Rio sports book. Hot dogs, nachos and Miller Lite drafts for $2. Lucky Strike Lanes will be open March Madness weekend from 8 am until 10 pm.