This Sunday, soccer fans will unite as Spain and The Netherlands face-off in the 2010 FIFA World Cup final. If you’re unsure of where to view the game, Haute Living Las Vegas has got you covered.
Housing one of the largest HD screens in Vegas, the Encore Theater in Wynn Las Vegas will be open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis for a free viewing. There will be snacks and specialty beers offered, as well.
If sangria is more your style, the new Spanish cuisine restaurant Julian Serrano at ARIA Resort & Casino is offering half-priced pitchers and glasses of red or white sangria. We’re guessing this spot will be full of Spanish fans.
If you’re by The Mirage, B.B. King’s Blues Club offers $9.95 breakfast and lunch specials daily throughout the World Cup. Offering the game on eight different HD screens around the club with no cover charge, you’ll be able to scrounge for an extra $12 pitcher.
With all of these enticing options, it may be hard to pick just one venue to watch the game at, but when in doubt, just ask yourself ‘WWPD?’ That is, What Would Paul Do?