The NFL Network kicks off its Thursday night games tomorrow night with Baltimore at Atlanta, which means professional football every Thursday, Sunday and Monday night. You’ll need a new spot to check out all the football action that doesn’t include a sporting book inside.
Enter the Sporting House Bar & Grill, the newest sports lounge to open in Las Vegas. New York-New York plays host to this bar with more than 130 video monitors, so you’ll never miss the action no matter where you’re sitting.
It all starts in the Screening Room, where the biggest games are broadcast on two 16-foot, high-definition screens and a dozen 36-inch, high-definition video monitors. Tiered seating gives you the best views. And each table in The Screening Room features an individual video monitor where you can track the game, match or event of your choice. They even have three private viewing rooms for parties or fantasy drafts.
The bar spreads out over two floors with a menu designed by Executive Chef David Waltuck, celebrated chef/owner of four-star Chanterelle in New York City, and Damien McEvoy, Ark’s Executive chef for the past 14 years in Las Vegas. Check out the Maine lobster club wrap, Wagyu Kobe flat iron steak and smoked meatloaf. The menu also features Waltuck’s spin on classic sports favorites, including honey hoisen chicken wings, wood-roasted barbecue chicken pizza, Philly cheese steak and a wide variety of juicy burgers. The bar features 12 beers on tap and a number of premium and handcrafted bottle beers.
Head up to the second floor, where the All-Star Arcade features more than 10,000 square feet of interactive and competitive sports-themed attractions. Race your friends at Daytona or challenge each other in a round of Pop-A-Shot. And don’t worry. There are high-def televisions in here, too.
The Sporting House is located at New York-New York and open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Hours will vary depending on seasonal sports schedules.