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About Lagasse's Stadium - Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino
Lagasse's Stadium is conveniently located in the Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino and features Chef Emeril Lagasse's play on game-day favorites, a few of his New Orleans-style dishes and some twists on American classics. Luxury boxes, plush stadium-style seating, billiard tables and an outdoor patio are just steps from the famed Strip. Custom sports viewing walls consist of more than 100 high definition screens and a 9' x 16' main screen that will provide unprecedented access to nearly every major college and professional sporting event, including must-see bowl games, track races, tournaments and championship match-ups.
Lagasse's Stadium is a 21 and over due to gaming located inside the venue.
Limited Seating for Major Sporting Events.
ALL RESERVATIONS WILL BE CONTACTED TO CONFIRM SEATING PREFERENCE AND F&B MINIMUM CHARGES PER GUEST.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Football Season Hours: Mon - Fri: 11am - 10pm, Sat - Sun: 8:30am - 10pm
Regular Operating Hours: Sun - Sat: 11am - 10pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Custom sports viewing walls consisting of nearly 100 high definition screens will provide unprecedented access to nearly every major college and professional sporting event, including must-see bowl games, track races, tournaments, and championship match-ups.
Valet parking and Self-parking is easily accessible and available at The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino.
Private Party Facilities:
Lagasse's Stadium offers 5 Luxury Boxes, 3 semi-private Stadium Sky boxes, and seating for large parties of 6 to 100 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Nicole Martin : (702) 607-2664
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lagasse's Stadium - Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino Ratings and Reviews
Average bar food with bad service. We were one of four couples in the place, and despite at least 10 servers in the place at the time, it took forever for a server to help us. I can see where this place would be fun in a large group or for a big sporting event, but they really should change the projector bulb on their large screen because it was really dim.
All I can say is OUT-FREAKING-STANDING!!! Unique design.. great food.. unexpectedly generous portions for the Strip! House salad was enough for two.. side of onion rings was huge! Thai chili wings were superb..spicy meatloaf sandwich tasty and enormous! The banana cream pie is a MUST! We're big fans of Emeril.. expected the food to be top shelf.. very pleasantly surpirsed at the VALUE!
What a great find! Our server was very friendly. The lunch specials were amazingly inexpensive and delicious. We had the three course deal for $20 and it was such a huge, tasty meal. Everything was perfect. We are recommending this restaurant to our family for their visit to Las Vegas this week.
This place was a ghost town. Sports bet was closed. It took over 20 minutes to get a server. The food was not even average. Also, $22 for a Red Bull Vodka is insane. First and last time we will ever visit. Lagasse's restaurants have all fallen behind the status quo in Vegas now. This place is for one purpose only and that is to separate athletes and sports fans from their money.
All food much too salted ! Spinach way too salt , mashed Poatoe much too much salt , french Fries much too much salt . Steak temperature was very ok but also way too salted . Piano too loud , Everytime we asked not to play radio and live piano together through eachother .
Simply a great place to watch game!!! And although the food is primarily bar food, it has a gourmet touch to it so way better than your average bar food. I guess that's the Emeril Lagasse influence. I highly recommend this place if you are in Vegas and want to watch a game with some buddies. Be sure to call ahead and make reservations.
Lagasse's Stadium is way beyond any sports bar I ever could have imagined and well worth a visit. The staff was very accommodating when the group next to us grew and encroached on our space. They moved us to a much nicer area of the restaurant. The only issue with that they kept us with our same server, and since we were away from her area, she wasn't particularly attentive, and it was hard to get her attention. Having said this, Lagasse's is a very fun place, beautifully done, and the food is the some of the best sports bar food you'll ever haf.
Came here to watch UFC 189. We were required to pay $100/person, which was fine. We heard this was a great place to watch sporting events, unfortunately the screen of the TV we had was discolored. That impacted our experience considering that we were required to drop $200 for the two of us and our intention was to watch the fights comfortably. Outside of that experience, the service was great, the food was good. I would recommend this place, and would consider checking it out again next time we're in Vegas.
We stopped in here to watch the second half of the Lions game on Thanksgiving Day. For a sports fan, this place is awesome. The seating is very relaxed (think sofas and coffee tables) and certainly abundant.
The table we sat at, had two large TV's for our table alone. There is also stadium style seating with couches and side tables in front of a huge projection screen.
Our server was very friendly and offered suggestions and more importantly, always around when we needed service, without hovering.
The food was pretty good. Better than typical bar food for sure. We shared a soft pretzel and a pizza. The pretzel was huge and very tasty (as was the cheese that came with it). The pizza was far better than average, but not great (I think it needed to cook a min longer to melt the cheese a bit more).
Next time I'm in Vegas and have a game I want to watch, I'll eat it here. One thing to note, they have a $25 minimum charge per person, per game. Not a big deal, but remember that if you are staying for multiple games.
Service was terrible, it took forever to get drinks and good, and it was NOT busy. That was bummer because the place itself was amazing. Great setup, great place to watch sports, and really great food. I loved it. May give the service one more try, but nothing worse that having to wait 15 minutes to get a drink.
Food was pretty good, strange lighting for a sports bar however, very bright and noisy. Large TV screen drowned out by the chatter of the crowd. Loved the tuna app, fried chicken nice and crunchy but the gravy over-salted. Ribs tasty. Didn't stay for dessert...although I wanted the banana cream pie I couldn't sit there anymore
As Yankees with a penchant for southern food, we were blown away with the food. I had the buttermilk fried chicken and my wife had the bacon wrapped shrimp with grits. Both were excellent. We had the banana cream pie for desert and that was excellent as well. All portions were southern style. The service was very good but we caught them on a slow night. If you like good southern food definitely visit !
I have been an Emeril fan since the Food Network first aired in the 90s. I feel so fortunate that I was able to eat an affordable, high - end meal in such a vibrant atmosphwre. The staff made our birthday outing very special. We can't wait to come back to try more. (We had the bbq shrimp, shrimp and Grits and bbq ribs). If I dared a critique at all it would be for the cole slaw. It was a bit too tart for us, but we're not everyone. Thanks again for a great time.
On eof the party is alergic to onion and garlic. The chef served the entree with chives(form of onion) as a garnish and used Cajin spice--with onion and garlic on the food. All other dishes extremely salty. The food was attractive but seasoning and understanding of dietary needs was disappointing and potentially dangerous for the alergic person in our party.
I have been a fan of Emeril Lagasse's cooking for a while and have used many of his recipes successfully in the past.
I was surprised at the format of the restaurant which was not conducive to a good eating experience and the food was average at best.
Great for the sports lover. There's a sports book right in the restaurant and you can watch your favourite games on the big screens, so it's a great spot. It's much better than your tipical bar and the food shows that. The variety of food and the taste far exceed any bar-like restaurant we've ever been to. Only problem was that the first 3 or 4 rows of the stadium seating area were under construction and we didn't find out about it until we got there. We'll be back though!
Feels like you are sitting in your living room. Comfy arm chairs with "coffee" table and a flat screen TV where you can watch the game of your choice. it was difficult to eat a meal; but we managed. Would be great for a group doing drinks and finger foods while watching a game.
Food was great; and servers were very personable and attentive.
The restaurant is the ultimate sports bar and restaurant. The huge video screens and personal video screens make this the perfect place to see the big game. The food was a disappointment for me because we have been to a few of Emeril's restaurants and they were much better for food. My wife had pizza which she said was ok, but i did not like. We shared banana cream pie which was excellent as usual. I also had crab cake which was ordinary.
My husband and I were really surprised to find such poor quality in a restaurant with Emeril's name on it. I wonder if he is aware of the way it is being ran. We had to wait to get a table and the resturant was very empty. The hostess was not very friendly. It took forever to get someone over to take our drink order. No one followed up with us and it took quite a while to get our check. We were very disappointed.
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