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March Mayhem: Where to Eat in Vegas

By Published: March 8, 2024Eat & Drink

March roars like a lion as the crowd goes wild during college basketball’s greatest collective party. Nail-biting finishes and bracket busting upsets work up an appetite, and the Vegas dining scene has the cure. Settle in and huddle up at our three favorite gathering spots.

Relive your college glory days at Rockhouse inside the Venetian, where every day is game day at this lively adult playground featuring beer pong, giant Jenga, and karoke. A crowd-pleasing pub menu features breakfast, lunch, and dinner options from chilaquiles to “world famous burgers” and beer-brined wings. With three full-service bars there’s always a frozen daiquiri, ice cold beer, and $5 shot specials to celebrate. Duck into the Oak Room and sample one of the 200 featured whiskeys or tequilas. Toss in a number of television screens and you’re at center court for all of March’s hardwood action.

Next, bring your team to Proper Eats, inside Aria. Centered around the open and airy Proper Bar, this dining destination features ten eclectic food hall concepts with globe-trotting cuisine. From pizza to smash burgers, donuts to handrolls, half the fun is making the call. Watch the games March 21-23 with bottomless game-day bites and drink specials at viewing parties.

At Resorts World the ultra-fun and oh-so-cheeky Red Tail by Zouk blurs the line between restaurant and social lounge featuring an arcade, live entertainment, and an elevated sports bar vibe. While the menu has something for everyone, our go-to favorite is the Wagyu Redtail topped with applewood bacon, tomato jam, blue cheese crumbles, and napa slaw served on a brioche bun. Or, share a monster platter of apps like the Fried Fantasy Platter brimming with pretzel bites, jalapeño poppers, Wisconsin cheese curds, onion rings, and fries. Wash that down with one of Red Tail’s inventive cocktail creations or your favorite brew. It’s all-ages fun until 9 p.m. when it’s adults only.





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