Lagasse's Stadium

A sports fan's Sin City paradise
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Lagasse’s Stadium is a sports fan’s dream come true. The casual eatery doubles as a sports book inside The Palazzo, where plenty of people go to watch sports on game day.

Stadium seating focused on a 9-foot-by-16-foot television will beat watching the game at home, and the Creole-accented comfort food will surpass any sports bar food you’ve had before.

Familiar game-time dishes such as chicken wings, nachos and a barbecue pork sandwich are mixed in with originals like the Creole reuben.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The main room features stadium seating, all centered on a 9-by-16-foot main television; it’s a sports lovers dream. With more than 100 HDTVs throughout the space you can’t turn your head without catching another game.
  • Head outside to the patio, where you’ll enjoy views of multiple televisions and the Las Vegas Strip, all while you recline in comfortable leather sofas and chairs.
  • Lagasse’s Stadium features a menu filled with classic bar & grill foods — the kind of stuff you’d expect to eat at a sports bar, except of a higher quality and with a distinct New Orleans flair.
  • You’ll see such favorites as barbecue pork nachos, fish and chips and baby back ribs on the menu, along with more original items, such as the Emeril’s New Orleans barbecue shrimp and virgin bloody Mary soup.
Things to Know
  • Lagasse’s Stadium has a casual dress code; in fact, though there’s no formal code, you may want to consider wearing the jersey of your favorite team to the restaurant.
  • To get to the Las Vegas eatery, just take the escalator down from The Palazzo lobby to the “B” level. Lagasse’s Stadium is located next to Dal Toro restaurant.
  • On Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the Las Vegas restaurant also offers food and drink specials, with $3 beers, $5 appetizers, $15 beer buckets and $20 cocktail pitchers between 4 and 8 p.m., except during football, major sports and special events.
The Food
  • What’s a sports bar without wings? The buttery hot sauce on these wings has just the right consistency, served with celery and carrots, and your choice of homemade ranch or blue cheese dressing.
  • You’ll see Emeril’s New Orleans influence here in a slow-roasted and shaved prime rib sandwich, topped with caramelized onions, provolone cheese and truffle aioli on French bread.
  • A mainstay at all of Emeril’s restaurants, the New Orleans BBQ shrimp speak for themselves. Served with rosemary flatbread.
  • You’ll only have a few options for dessert at Lagasse’s Stadium, but each one will do the trick when it comes to satisfying your sweet tooth. Your options will include funnel cake, Sinfully Southern pie, Shake ‘n Cookies and a New York-style cheesecake.
Getting There
3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109