Dawg House Saloon & Sports Book
Part sports bar, part music venue, Dawg House Saloon offers something for everyone, depending on when you visit.
The 15,000-square-foot space has live country, rock and pop acts performing on just about every night there’s not a major sporting event happening, and some nights when there is. But its location directly next door to the Resorts World sports book makes it a favorite spot for taking in a game. The music is free of charge. But if you want a guaranteed seat during a big game, you’ll have to pay to reserve a spot. (Tables for up to four people start at $25, while recliners start at $15, and bar stools start at $10.)
The in-house dining menu includes burgers, dogs, sandwiches, chips, tots, fries and a massive bucket of wings (which is free if you can finish it on your own in 60 minutes, or in 20 minutes with the help of a friend). There’s also a grilled cheese cart called the Mouse House in the corner that has a full breakfast menu. And the nearby Famous Foods food hall, with lots of Asian imports, has plenty of other options.