Best Places To Watch March Madness in Las Vegas

A crab cake from Aqua Seafood & Caviar Restaurant.

From the electrifying ripples of the crowd to the dazzling lights that never dim, watching March Madness in Las Vegas is unlike anything you’ve seen before and something you certainly want to check off your Las Vegas Strip event checklist. The city transforms into a basketball haven, where the passion of the fans is only surpassed by the grandeur of Sin City itself.

Give yourself the best March Madness experience while visiting Sin City and enjoy everything this incredible city offers, including fun things to do around Resorts World.

Where Are the Best Places To Watch March Madness in Las Vegas?

Every slam dunk and buzzer-beater is played live on multiple big-screen TVs with craft brews by your side. Whether you’re rooting for the underdog or the season’s favorite, these Las Vegas hotspots give you the game’s best views.

Aqua Seafood & Caviar Restaurant

World-renowned chef Shaun Hergatt elevates your March Madness experience with a customized menu that pairs perfectly with the thrill of each game.

It features a unique cocktail for two, “Table-side, Court-side,” that highlights the Asian ingredients Hergatt adds effortlessly and is served right at your table.

The menu also boasts other highlights including:

  • 20 grams of caviar
  • Australian Wagyu slider with truffle aioli
  • 3 crab cake balls with citrus aioli

Aqua Seafood & Caviar Restaurant seamlessly blends elegance with fun, offering a refined escape. Unwind with the finer things in life while not missing a single minute of the March Madness excitement.

Come join us for dinner.

Circa Mania Under the Sun

Feel the energy of March Madness in the warm Vegas sun at Circa’s Mania Under the Sun. Home to the state’s largest poolside screen, the 143-foot display makes it easy to catch every shot.

The poolside venue hosts game-watching parties on the following dates:

  • March 20 – 24
  • March 28 – 31
  • April 6
  • April 8

Seating options at Circa range from general admission to VIP lounge chairs, daybeds, water couches, poolside boxes, cabanas, and even an exclusive owner’s suite, where you can watch the games in comfort and style.

Reservations are required to catch the big game, but you’ll be able to see all the action regardless of where you’re seated.

Cosmopolitan Hoops and Hops

Cosmopolitan transforms its spacious Belmont Ballroom into a high-energy sports lounge dubbed Hoops and Hops. Complete with its own basketball court, multiple betting stations, and various craft beer offerings, it’s a great spot to catch your favorite team.

Every year, the venue transforms for three days during the start of the tournament. Guests need to make a reservation and can choose from reserved seating, Thursday and Friday single-day open bar passes for $300, or Saturday single-day open bar passes for $150.

The open bar includes several perks in the bar including:

  • Liquors
  • Beer
  • Wine
  • Soda
  • Water
  • Interactive games

Planet Hollywood Ringer Bar

This locale is prime for those who want to be immersed in the game while surrounded by a lively crowd. With numerous high-definition screens strategically placed, every seat becomes the best seat in the house.

Titled Hoops on the Strip, the watching parties are from March 19 to April 8 and require a reservation.

VIP table packages are available if you want to enjoy the game with a little more privacy, but there are also floor-to-ceiling LED screens for anyone casually watching.

Caesars Sportsbook Hoops on the Strip

Caesars hosts a variety of March madness-watching parties all around the Strip, but if you want up-to-the-minute betting odds on all the games, the Sportsbook is your go-to destination.

Here are the dates you’ll find available for reservation below:

  • March 21 – 24
  • March 28 – 32
  • April 6
  • April 8

A huge 143-inch LED screen towers over all viewers and a state-of-the-art sound system displays every sneaker squeak and the roar of the crowds.

The Still at the Mirage

Enjoy Brackets and Beer watch parties at The Still at The Mirage with classic pub fare and craft brews.

The events sell out every year, so reservations are required. Round one is $125 per person, and a $250 minimum food and beverage tab is required for the entire day.

After the first round, the tournament costs drop to $100 per person and a minimum of $20 for food and beverage.

Here are a few perks of the bar you’ll get by reserving a table:

  • 27 high-definition TVs
  • 8,000 square foot space
  • 50 craft beers available

When is March Madness 2024?

March Madness, in total, runs from March 17 – April 8. There are several dates where no games are played.

Here is a complete list of the dates of all the games:

  • March 17
  • March 19-24
  • March 28-31
  • April 6
  • April 8

Where is March Madness 2024?

March Madness 2024 takes place all over the country in different venues. However, the final four will be held in Glendale, Arizona, at the State Farm Stadium, an iconic venue known for its vibrant atmosphere and top-tier sporting events.

State Farm Stadium is typically home to the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League, underlining the venue’s pedigree for hosting high-stakes athletic competitions.

Seafood and more on the Vegas Strip.

Watch March Madness in Style in Las Vegas

A crab cake from Aqua Seafood & Caviar Restaurant.

As March Madness takes center stage, fans seeking a premier viewing experience need not look any further than Las Vegas. While the venues above promise a dose of excitement and exclusivity, Aqua Seafood & Caviar Restaurant stands out as the premier choice.

We’re the best place to watch March Madness in Las Vegas. We offer high-quality caviar, a customized game-day menu, and high-definition big screens. As a bonus, if you’re committed to staying healthy in Las Vegas, we have a menu that will meet your needs.

Come join us for dinner.

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