What man isn't satisfied with 20 TVs? Better yet, what guy doesn't enjoy sports, beer and food along with those 20 TVs. That's right...I'm not exaggerating. The tables all have personal TVs with personal speakers so you can tune in to whatever channel you like, pretty great in my opinion!
I'm not in Vegas too often but you can bet I'll be back at ESPNzone next time I am.
ESPN Zone Las Vegas has worst service on the planet. Not family friendly!.
My kids wanted to eat there so even after a 45 minute (promised 15) wait we were still looking forward to an ESPN experience. Not so. 10 minutes to bring drinks??? Another 20 minutes for an appetizer?? Then no food for another 30 minutes and this is getting to be a joke. Then the manager comes over and tells me to relax because we've only been waiting 27 minutes. I'm in the hospitality business and these guys don't have a clue about how to run restaurant. Apparently each server has up to 10 tables and they can't order the main courses until the appetizer has been served.
Oh I notice that large groups get right in but groups with 4 or less were having to wait much longer. And pity the people sitting upstairs. The food has to go from the kitchen out to the casino and then up the stairs by hoof. I've never seen anything like it and it sure wouldn't pass the food safety code in my state.
This model may work in other venues where there is nothing better to do than hoist beers all afternoon but we waisted almost 2 hours in this place for overpriced and way so average food.
Best pasta. The best pasta I've had anywhere. I go there just for that since I'm not a big sports nut. Good place to go to catch a game. TV;s everywhere. Even in your booths.
The Ultimate Sports Experience. I was very surprised eating here. I thought that it would be wings and pizza with beer! Surprisingly there is a great selection for everyone. Best place for hungry sports junkies and those who love them
The sports fan's dream restaurant where the game is the only conversation..
With more than 165 television monitors throughout the restaurant, you'll never miss a second of the game here, even in the restroom, which has a dozen screens. Two 14-foot screens are the centerpiece in the Screening Room, which features tiered seating; private TVs in each booth give you the controls at your table. A popular interactive game room challenges fans.
ESPN Zone. ESPN Zone is the best place to watch a game. Especially sundays for NFL football and March Madness. they have 2 HUGE TV's and about 30 other smaller tv's. I could spend all day here. The food isn't that bad either, considering it is a theme/chain establishment.
Over-Rated...Over-Rated. Great place but it's a gouge if you go there on a regular basis. Good for special occasions but not an everyday sports bar. They need more drink/food specials.
Rip-off. The whole visit was ruined when the bill came. I thought the whole definition of "Sports Bar" meant having a good time watching sports with friends at affordable prices. There were 3 of us there for about 1 1/2 - 2 hours and the bill was $130. We only had appetizers and beer. Give me a break. I have never gone back since.
WHAT A COOL PLACE. The workers are great!! The food there was really good, and the surroundings are awesome. There is T.V.'s all over the place, even at your table!~!!Great for sports fans, bad for wives!!:.) But it is so cool, and at a beautiful hotel
bring you credit cards. this place is a joke! if you want to watch football here, you better bring about $100 per half for expences!!!!!!!!
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