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KICK OFF THE “BIG GAME” WITH SPECIALS AT MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANTS

KICK OFF THE “BIG GAME” WITH SPECIALS AT MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANTS

Eat Like a Champion with Football Specials Available Sunday, February 2

 

MGM Resorts International a> restaurants will be the headquarters for great football fare offering an extensive lineup of “Big Game” specials Sunday, Feb. 2. Fans can rush to ARIA,MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay,Mandalay Bay,Monte Carlo,Luxor,New York-New York and Circus Circus Las Vegas to enjoy dining specials fit for winners while catching the exciting action of every play.

Catch the Big Game at the following locations:

Mandalay Bay

  • THEcafé at THEhotel will punt it out of the stadium with game-inspired dishes including Moroccan-Spiced Chicken Wings and the Big Game Burger.
  • Rounding out the lineup, Raffles Café will offer the Big Game Breakfast featuring  Philly-style scrambled eggs loaded with shaved prime rib, sautéed green peppers and onions on a bed of golden hash browns topped with cheddar cheese sauce and the Big Game Raffle Sandwich made with boneless buffalo chicken wings, Applewood smoked bacon and pepper jack cheese.

The Mirage

  • Guests can take a time-out inside BLT Burger with two menus representing the teams battling it out in the biggest football game of the year. Appetizers and juicy burgers inspired by Seattle and Denver will be available beginning Tuesday, Jan. 28. BLT Burger will track the sales of each and the results will be posted before Sunday’s game to see if the spirited menu items predict the actual winner.
  • STACK Restaurant & Bar will feature an all-you-can-eat Big Game menu priced at $75 per person. Offerings include Warm Pretzels, Classic Sliders, Old Bay Crab and Spinach Dip and King Crab Jalapeno Tacos and more. Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. on game day and reservations can be made by calling 702.693.8300.

Monte Carlo

  • The Pub at Monte Carlo will pump up the crowd with the All-You-Can-Eat Package for $60 and the All-You-Can-Eat-and-Drink Package for $125. With a selection of more than 300 beers, it is a prime location for the football frenzy. Table reservations are available by calling 702.730.7421 or visiting the hostess stand at the restaurant.
  • Guests can scrimmage inside BRAND Steakhouse & Lounge with game day specials beginning at 2 p.m. Menu items include Chili Cheese Dip, Wings, Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, New York Sirloin and Brooklyn Filet. Reservations can be made by calling 702.693.8300.
  • Andre’s Restaurant & Lounge’s menu items created in honor of the Big Game include Spicy Chicken Wings, Shrimp Cocktail Platter, Assorted Cheese Plate and more. This feast, fit for a quarterback, is priced at $180 plus tax and gratuity.

New York-New York

  • Guests can head down field to The Sporting House Bar & Grill to indulge in the Bottomless Bar Package featuring an all-you-can-eat buffet with build-your-own nacho and baked potato stations, hot dogs, bratwursts, chili with cornbread and novelty ice cream bars. Packages range from $195 to $225 and every seat in the house offers a prime view of the game.

Luxor

  • Fans can land in the end zone of Public House to view the game while splurging on the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Game Day Package featuring a full array of enticing fare served buffet-style for $160 per person plus tax and gratuity. Items include Italian sausage and peppers with hoagie rolls, beef, chicken and pulled pork sliders, assorted foot-long sub sandwiches and loaded potato skins.

Circus Circus

  • Guests won’t fumble by checking out The Garden Grill for a pizza and pitcher of Bud Light for $26 as well as Budweiser, Bud Light, Bud Light Lime and Michelob specials at The West Bar and The Garden Grill Bar. Drink specials include: bottles for $3 each; buckets of four bottles for $11; and a bottle with select shots for $7.

ARIA

  • FIVE50 Pizza Bar, the industrial-chic casual concept by renowned chef Shawn McClain serves up wood-fired pizzas, flavorful small plates, artisanal charcuterie, international cheeses, seasonal salads, handmade pastas and decadent desserts as well as more than 50 craft beers. FIVE50 is located next to the Race and Sports Book and will be broadcasting the Big Game on televisions centrally positioned above the main bar.

MGM Grand

  • PUB 1842, the casual tavern-style eatery by Celebrity Chef Michael Mina playfully blends unexpected flavors and textures into classic American pub favorites. Named for the year modern Pilsner beer was invented, PUB 1842 offers more than 60 ales, pilsners, stouts and lagers making it a great place to fuel the cheers during the Big Game.

Race and Sports Books

  • Food and drink specials abound throughout the Race and Sports Books at MGM Resorts International properties. Each offers prime viewing of the Big Game and convenience for those wishing to place last-minute bets.

This is a sampling of the many offerings across MGM Resorts’ restaurants in honor of the Big Game. No matter the yard line, any of these stops are sure to keep the crowds rumbling from kick-off until the clock runs out.

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