Bars ready to pour for new NFL season

Well, it was touch-and-go there for a while, pigskin fans. But NFL players and owners finally came to their senses, settled their differences and decided to let the 2011 season commence, sparing us the sight of at least a game or two with replacement players.

Seriously, did anything good come out of that 1987 strike other than a movie in which we actually liked Keanu Reeves? Didn’t think so.

Anyway, praise be the ghosts of Lombardi, Halas and Brown, the 2011 NFL season kicks off (we never tire of that pun) Thursday, and that mean it’s time to unveil our annual list of Southern Nevada bars, taverns and restaurants that cater to fans of specific NFL teams.

As always, we present this list for the benefit of rabid but displaced hometown fans who prefer to watch their teams play while surrounded only by fellow fans of their teams, creating the ambience of a day at the game or, at the very least, watching the game in your living room with some good buds.

Therefore, we don’t include sports bars, sports books or places where other games are shown while the hometown team’s game is on. If your favorite bar doesn’t appear here, it’s because the bar doesn’t fit our criteria as a team bar, because the bar’s owner or manager didn’t call us or didn’t call us by our deadline, or because the bar requires fans to fork out a membership fee to join a backers club before allowing them to partake of game day goodies.

So, we now present to you 52 NFL team bars (down, if you’re a stats freak, from last year’s record-setting 72). This year’s roster of teams without bars is made up of the Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Carolina Panthers, Cincinnati Bengals, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, St. Louis Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans and Washington Redskins.

Let the most wonderful time of the year commence.

Buffalo Bills

Johnny Mac’s Bar and Restaurant, 842 S. Boulder Highway, Henderson (near Greenway Road), 564-2121. Food specials include beef on weck for $9.95 and a $10 halftime buffet featuring such items as pizza, wings and chili. Drink specials include Grey Goose Bloody Marys for $3.50, Grey Goose screwdrivers for $3.50 and bottles of Molson and Labatt for $2.50. Halftime giveaways include Bills hats, T-shirts, key chains and other items.

Moon Doggies Bar, 3240 Arville Street (near Desert Inn Road), 368-4180. Food specials, presented by Naked City Pizza, include 50-cent wings, 12-inch beef on weck subs for $8, 12-inch chicken finger subs for $8, pizza logs for $5, and a bagel breakfast menu and breakfast pizza menu with items that start at $5. Drink specials include 22-ounce Molson, Labatt and Alexander Keith drafts for $2, Sailor Jerry rum and sweet tea for $3, made-from-scratch Bloody Marys for $3 and free shots with every Bills score. Giveaways at halftime and the end of the game include Moon Doggies Bills T-shirts and Moon Doggies gift certificates.

Stake Out Bar and Grill, 4800 S. Maryland Parkway (near Tropicana Avenue), 798-8383. Food specials include beef on weck with french fries and a pickle for $6.99, a special order of Buffalo chicken wings for $3.49, a Buffalo-style fish fry with fries and coleslaw for $4.99 and a morning special of steak and eggs for $5.99. Drink specials include Labatt and Molson bottles for $3.50, and $3.50 Bloody Marys and screwdrivers. Giveaways of Bills hats, T-shirts and other items offered during halftime and at the end of the game.

Chicago Bears

Aurelio’s Is Pizza, 7660 W. Cheyenne Ave. (near Buffalo Drive), 367-4992. Food specials include a buffet featuring pizza, soup and a salad bar with a soft drink for $14.99. Drink specials include pitchers of Miller Lite for $6.99, pitchers of Sam Adams for $7.99 and pitchers of Aurelio’s Lager for $6.99.

Bootleg Benny’s Gaming Bar & Eatery, 4705 S. Durango Drive (near Tropicana Avenue), 450-4705. Food specials include $4 Soldier Field tacos, $4 for an order of wings, $2 for pepperoni pizza slices, and homemade tacos (choice of beef, chicken or shrimp) for $4. Drink specials include $2 pints of Benny’s Brew, $2 well drinks and a free house shot with every Bears touchdown. Drawings at halftime and the end of the game for Bears hats, T-shirts, jerseys, and other merchandise and memorabilia.

Brando’s Sports Bar, 3725 Blue Diamond Road (near Interstate 15), 896-6018. Food specials include $5 burgers. Drink specials include $12 buckets of five domestic beers and $15 buckets of five imported beers. Giveaways of Bears and beer company merchandise offered throughout the game.

E-String Grill, 2031 W. Sunset Road, Henderson (near Valle Verde Drive), 437-8764. Food specials include two-for-one pizzas (pizzas normally range from $7 to $15). Drink specials include $2 domestic drafts. Halftime giveaway offered each week of a Bears jersey for fans wearing Bears apparel.

La Piazza Restaurant and Bar, 1000 N. Main Street (near Washington Avenue), 382-6487. Food specials include a bucket of 30 wings for $10.99, a 12-inch pizza with as many as three toppings for $7.77 and four chicken or beef sliders with fries for $4.99. Drink specials include buckets of four domestic beers for $9, buckets of four imported beers for $11, pitchers of domestic beer for $8 and pitchers of premium beer for $11. Giveaways offered at halftime of Bears and NFL T-shirts.

MVP’s Sports Lounge, 6120 W. Tropicana Ave. (near Jones Boulevard), 889-6877. Food specials include a 24-inch, one-topping pizza for $20. Drink specials include $5 domestic pitchers and a free shot every time the Bears score a touchdown. Giveaways at halftime and at the end of the game include Bears and beer company hats, T-shirts and other items.

Shucks Tavern III, 7155 N. Durango Drive (near Elkhorn Road), 651-6227. Food specials include a quarter-pound Chicago dog for $3.95, an Italian beef sandwich with giardiniera for $5.95, a sausage and pepper sandwich for $5.95, a combo sandwich (Italian beef and sausage) for $6.95, bratwurst for $4.95, flatbread pizzas for $3.95, and chili for $2.95 a cup or $3.95 a bowl. Drink specials include pints of Pabst Blue Ribbon for $2 and pitchers of Pabst Blue Ribbon for $8. Drawings at halftime and at the end of the game include table tabs and Bears hats, T-shirts, jerseys and other items, and an end-of-season drawing for a signed Bears jersey.

Smoke Ranch Junction, 2425 N. Rainbow Blvd. (near Smoke Ranch Road), 656-1888. Food specials include free pizza at halftime. Drink specials include a bucket of five domestic beers for $10 and domestic drafts for $2. Giveaways of Bears hats, T-shirts, jerseys and other items offered at halftime and the end of the game, and a drawing of an autographed Bears item on Super Bowl Sunday.

Tommy Rocker’s Southside Grill, 10050 S. Eastern Ave., Henderson (near St. Rose Parkway), 933-6333. Food specials include Chicago dogs for $6.95, a dozen wings for $4.95, breakfast burritos for $6.95 and sliders for $1 (minimum order of three). Drink specials include $3 Bloody Marys, weekly shot specials for $2.50, mix-and-match buckets of five Miller Lites or Miller Genuine Drafts for $10, pints of Miller Lite for $2.50, MGD and Miller Lite bottles for $2.50 and 20-ounce cups of Miller Lite for $3. Quarterly giveaways include Bears hats, T-shirts and other items and end-of-game giveaways of Bears jerseys.

Cleveland Browns

Boulevard Bar & Grille , 9860 Las Vegas Blvd. South (near Silverado Ranch Boulevard), 939-2583. Food specials include Italian roast beef sandwiches for $8.95, California chicken sandwiches for $8.95 and hot breaded pork sandwiches for $8.95, with Stadium Mustard available. Halftime giveaways of Browns and Boulevard hats, T-shirts and other items offered.

Giuseppe’s Bar & Grille , 6065 S. Durango Drive (near Patrick Lane), 896-7616. Food specials include Italian roast beef sandwiches for $8.95, California chicken sandwiches for $8.95 and hot breaded pork sandwiches for $8.95, Stadium Mustard available. Halftime giveaways of Browns and Boulevard hats, T-shirts and other items offered.

Kopper Keg West Restaurant and Lounge, 2257 S. Rainbow Blvd. (near Sahara Avenue), 254-5495. Food specials include a Cleveland panini sandwich for $5.99 (Stadium Mustard available). Drink specials include a bucket of five domestic beers for $12. Giveaways of Browns hats, T-shirts and other items offered at halftime and the end of the game.

Dallas Cowboys

Mr. D’s Sports Bar and Grill, 1810 S. Rainbow Blvd. (near Oakey Boulevard), 362-8777. Food specials include 60-cent chicken wings, $1.25 chicken fingers, a half-pound hamburger for $5.50, a munchie combo (zucchini, mushrooms and onion rings) for $5.75 and a half-pound of popcorn shrimp for $5.25. Drink specials include $11 buckets of five domestic beers, $6 domestic pitchers, $2 Bloody Marys and a free house shooter after every Cowboys touchdown. Giveaways at the end of the game include beer company hats, T-shirts and other items, and a weekly drawing for an official NFL Cowboys jersey.

Shucks Tavern II, 9338 W. Flamingo Road (near Fort Apache Road), 255-4890. Food specials include $1 oysters (each), $1 street tacos, $5.95 for half-pound burgers, $5.95 for sliders and pork sliders (order of four), $3 bratwurst, $2 chili dogs and eight breakfast combos during morning games for $3.95 each. Drink specials include $2 domestic drafts and build-your-own Bloody Marys starting at $7. Giveaways at the end of the game include Cowboys hats, T-shirts and other items, and also a drawing for a Cowboys jersey.

Denver Broncos

Black Mountain Grill, 11021 S. Eastern Ave., Henderson (near Sunridge Heights Parkway), 990-0990. Food specials include a dozen wings for $5.95, regular pepperoni pizzas for $5.48 and Denver omelets for $5.95. Drink specials include mix-and-match buckets of five Miller Genuine Drafts and Miller Lites for $10, Miller Lite pints for $2.50, MGD and Miller Lite bottles for $2.50 and 20-ounce cups (keep the cup) of MiIler Lite for $3. Giveaways of a Broncos jersey offered at the end of the game and of Broncos hats, T-shirts and other items every quarter.

Detroit Lions

Meatheads Video Poker Bar, 1121 S. Decatur Blvd. (near Charleston Boulevard), 870-4440. Food specials include a free halftime buffet featuring a rotating menu of such items as sausage and peppers, baked ziti and Michigan coney dogs. Drink specials include 16-ounce domestic drafts for $2, a build-your-own Bloody Mary and mimosa bar for $6 and Blue Lion martinis for $6. Quarterly giveaways of Lions T-shirts, key chains and other items offered.

Green Bay Packers

Big Dog’s Draft House, 4543 N. Rancho Drive (near Craig Road), 645-1404. Food specials include a Big Dog’s party pack (20 wings and a pitcher of Big Dog’s Brew) for $20, a Big Dog’s wing basket (10 wings with carrots, celery and ranch dressing) for $6, Johnsonville beer brats for $4, spicy cheese-stuffed pretzels for two for $5 and stadium nachos for $4. Drink specials include $2 Leglifter pints, Absolut Spicy Marys for $4, Patron Silver margaritas for $6, Patron Silver shots for $5, Big Dog’s mimosas for $4 and two-for-one growler refills Sundays from 9 a.m. to the conclusion of the Sunday evening game. Giveaways of Big Dog’s gift cards and growlers and Packers hats, T-shirts, jerseys and other items offered at halftime and after the game.

Jackson’s Bar and Grill, 6020 W. Flamingo Road (near Jones Boulevard), 362-2116. Food specials include bratwurst for $1.50 and a 9-ounce sirloin steak for $7.99. Drink specials include two pitchers of Pabst Blue Ribbon for $9 and pints of Leinenkugel for $4.75. Giveaways of Packers jerseys offered at halftime.

Rum Runner, 6658 Boulder Highway (near Russell Road), 451-7357. Food specials include a Packers Backers breakfast menu featuring such items as eggs with bacon or sausage for $5.59, two eggs with a New York steak for $7.99 and biscuits and gravy for $1.99, and a $2 bratwurst buffet at halftime. Drink specials include 25-ounce Pabst Blue Ribbon or Hamm’s drafts for $3, 20-ounce Miller Lite drafts for $2.50 and $1 schnapps shots.

Rum Rummer Desert Inn, 3050 E. Desert Inn Road (near Pecos-McLeod), 732-7373. Food specials include a $2 Johnsonville brat buffet at halftime. Drink specials include 25-ounce Pabst Blue Ribbon drafts for $3, select DeKuyper shots for $1 and a bucket of four domestic beers for $10.

Rum Runner Tropicana, 1801 E. Tropicana Ave. (near Spencer Street), 736-6366. Food specials include two eggs with bacon or sausage for $5.99, New York steak and eggs for $7.99, biscuits and gravy for $1.99, a breakfast sandwich (egg, cheese, Ortega chilies and tomato with choice of bacon or sausage) for $4.79, and a $2 Johnsonville bratwurst buffet at halftime. Drink specials include 25-ounce Pabst Blue Ribbon drafts for $3 and select DeKuyper shots for $1.

Indianapolis Colts

Cheyenne Saloon, 3103 N. Rancho Drive (near Cheyenne Avenue), 645-4139. Food specials include a complimentary breakfast buffet from 10 a.m. to noon during Colts games. Drink specials include $2 domestic drafts and $3 well drinks. Weekly halftime drawings offered for authentic Colts jerseys.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Blue Diamond Saloon, 6935 Blue Diamond Road (near Rainbow Boulevard), 896-1455. Drink specials include $12 buckets of five domestic beers, $7 domestic pitchers and $5 bomb shots. Giveaways of Chiefs hats, T-shirts and other items offered at halftime and the end of the game.

Joey’s Tavern, 7081 W. Craig Road (at U.S. Highway 95), 215-3300. During morning games, a Little Joey’s Breakfast (two eggs with a choice of applewood-smoked bacon or sausage with breakfast potatoes and two hotcakes) for $4.95 and a rotating roster of Kansas City-style weekly barbecue specials (including such items as beef tips, ribs and chicken skewers) at prices ranging from $5.95 to $6.95. Drink specials include $2 domestic pints and $7 domestic pitchers. Giveaways throughout the game include Chiefs and NFL hats, T-shirts, jerseys and other items.

Miami Dolphins

Tommy Rocker’s Mojave Beach Bar and Grill, 4275 Dean Martin Drive (near Flamingo Road), 261-6688. Food specials include $1 hot dogs and $1 sliders. Drink specials include $2.50 Bud, Bud Light, Land Shark and Michelob Ultra bottles; $2.50 for drafts; and $3 for weekly shot. Giveaways during the game include Dolphins and beer company hats, T-shirts and other items, and after the game for a grand prize of an authentic NFL Dolphins jersey.

Minnesota Vikings

Bailey’s Sports Bar, 4341 N. Rancho Drive (near Craig Road), 655-7373. Food specials include 60-cent wings and $1.25 sliders. Drink specials include 16-ounce Bud and Bud Light drafts for $2, 16-ounce double Bloody Marys for $5, Bud and Bud Light pitchers for $6 and buckets of five domestic beers for $12. Giveaways of Vikings hats, T-shirts and other items offered each quarter.

The Blue Ox Central, 6000 S. Eastern Ave. (near Patrick Lane), 795-8795. Food specials include a Blue Ox ham scramble with home fries and choice of toast for $5.99, a breakfast burrito with home fries for $5.99 and a half-pound hamburger and curly fries for $5.99. Drink specials include Bud and Bud Light drafts for $3 and Pabst Blue Ribbon drafts for $2.

Blue Ox Tavern, 5825 W. Sahara Ave. (near Jones Boulevard), 871-2536. Food specials include a quarter-pound Johnsonville beer brat for $2. Drink specials include a bucket of five Miller High Lifes or Pabst Blue Ribbons for $10 and mimosas and Bloody Marys for $3.50.

New England Patriots

Cavalier Bar and Lounge, 3850 E. Desert Inn Road (near Sandhill Road), 451-6221. Food specials include $2.50 for a hot dog and fries and $6 for wings and fries. Drink specials include $2 bottled domestic beers, $3.50 well drinks and free Jell-O shots with every Patriots touchdown. Giveaways of Patriots hats, T-shirts and other items offered at halftime and the end of the game.

New Orleans Saints

Lola’s a Louisiana Kitchen , 241 W. Charleston Blvd. (near Martin Luther King Boulevard), 227-5652. Food specials include a weekly $15.99 buffet featuring items keyed to the teams playing that week’s game that might include such items as grits and sausage and biscuits at breakfast and beef brisket and beans and rice for lunch and dinner. Breakfast buffet includes first mimosa. Drink specials include buckets of five domestics for $15 and five imports for $17. Giveaways at halftime and the end of the game include gift certificates and Louisiana and Saints artwork, glasses, T-shirts and other items.

New York Giants

AP’s Grill & Tavern, 1231 American Pacific Drive, Henderson (near Stephanie Street), 567-5659. Food specials include $1 hot dogs, $5 burger and fries, $5 chicken quesadillas, $5 for a pound of wings, $5 nachos, $4 mini corn dogs with fries, $4 garlic knots, $20 for a bucket of wings with a bucket of five Buds, and $25 for a bucket of chicken tenders with a bucket of five Buds. Drink specials include a bucket of five Buds for $8, a pitcher of Bud for $7, Jagermeister shots for $4, Patron shots for $4 and Jack Daniel’s shots for $3. Giveaways at the end of the game include Giants and Budweiser hats, T-shirts and other items.

Johnny Fontane’s Beach House, 5310 W. Sahara Ave. (near Decatur Boulevard), 367-6867. Food specials include wings and fries for $5.99, a Coney Island chili cheese dog with fries for $4.99 and a cheeseburger and fries for $5.99. Drink specials include two-for-one Miller Lites and Miller Genuine Draft bottles (regular price for one is $3.25) and $5 Miller Lite pitchers. Giveaways of Giants and NFL merchandise offered throughout the game.

New York Jets

McMullan’s Irish Pub, 4650 W. Tropicana Ave. (near Cameron Street), 247-7000. Food specials include a dozen Jets wings for $6, a one-pound Jets Monster Burger for $13 and half off selected appetizers (includes such items as Little Bits of Fish for $4, chicken tenders for $4, Irish sausage rolls for $4, black mussels for $6 and McMullan’s Irish nachos for $5). Drink specials include a bucket of five domestic beers for $12 and a bucket of five Guinness Black Lager beers for $12. Monthly giveaways offered for such items as a portable barbecue grill and a two-night ski resort package.

Rusty Spur Saloon, 8025 Dean Martin Drive (near Blue Diamond Road), 270-6700. Food specials include a rotating menu of free items, such as hot dogs, during the game. Drink specials include two-for-one Miller Lite bottles, Miller High Life bottles and Miller Genuine Draft bottles (each normally $3.25 a bottle). Giveaways of Jets, NFL and Miller merchandise offered at halftime.

Oakland Raiders

Shifty’s Lounge, 3805 W. Sahara Ave. (near Valley View Boulevard), 871-4952. Food specials include $5 wings, $5 fingers and $5 shrimp baskets. Drink specials include a bucket of five domestic beers for $10, buckets of five imported beers for $13, domestic pitchers for $6, mini-pitchers of domestic drafts for $3.50 and well drinks for $3.

Philadelphia Eagles

Madison Ave. Bar and Grill, 855 E. Twain Ave. (near Swenson Street), 735-4535. Food specials include scrapple and eggs for $6.95, pork roll and eggs for $7.95, pork roll sandwich for $7.95, Philly Benedict for $6.95, Philly steak sandwiches for $7.50, crab fries for $4 and a free Tastykake buffet at halftime. Drink specials include domestic pitchers for $8, a bucket of five domestic beers for $13, 22-ounce Shock Top and Heineken drafts for $4, Irish car bombs for $5 and Jack Daniel’s and Cuervo Gold shots for $3. Giveaways each quarter include Eagles hats, T-shirts and other items.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Bob Taylor’s Ranch House, 6250 Rio Vista St. (near Ann Road), 645-1399. Food specials include Heinz Field nachos for $2.95 and Pittsburgh-style multilayered sandwiches ranging from $6.95 to $9.95. Breakfast specials include creamed chipped beef on toast for $3.95, huevos rancheros for $5.95, and steak and eggs for $11.95. Drink specials include $2.50 domestic drafts and bottles, $3 well drinks and $1 Red Zone Shooters. Giveaways include Steelers hats, T-shirts, memorabilia and other items at halftime and the end of the game.

Island Bar & Grill, 2660 S. Maryland Parkway, (near Sahara Avenue), 737-1966. Food specials include chicken fingers for $1 each and chicken wings for 50 cents each. Drink specials include 60-ounce Bud or Bud Light pitchers for $6. Giveaways include Steelers hats, T-shirts and other items throughout the game.

Montana Meat Co., 9135 S. Durango Drive (near Blue Diamond Road), 407-0362. Food specials include a roster of $4.95 appetizers (includes such items as chicken fingers, wings and nachos), several $4.95 breakfasts (includes The Range breakfast of chicken fried steak, eggs, toast and hash browns, and the Montana Breakfast of two eggs, choice of meat, hash browns and a pancake) and two-for-one burgers (full price is about $9). Drink specials include $1.50 drafts of all Budweiser products (including Bud, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra and Shock Top) and $3 well drinks. Giveaways offered at halftime and the end of the game include Steelers jerseys, hats, T-shirts and other items.

Murphy’s Law Irish Bar & Grill, 1590 E. Flamingo Road (near Maryland Parkway), 697-0529. Food specials include $2 baskets of fries and $5.95 for a cheeseburger and fries. Drink specials include $2 domestic drafts and $10 for a bucket of four domestic bottles. Giveaways offered each quarter of Steelers and general hats, T-shirts and other items, and a drawing on Oct. 9 for two tickets to the Oct. 23 Steelers-Cardinals game in Arizona.

Noreen’s Lounge, 2799 E. Tropicana Ave. (near Eastern Avenue), 458-7557. Food specials include a weekly halftime buffet with such items as homemade meatballs, coleslaw and potato salad for $5, and free nachos and popcorn before the game and during the first half. Drink specials include a bucket of five domestic beers for $12, a bucket of five imports for $16, and a roster of $1 shots that varies from week to week. Giveaways at halftime and the end of the game include Steelers jerseys, hats, mugs, T-shirts, autographed photos and other items.

Outside Inn, 7770 S. Jones Blvd. (near Robindale Road), 617-6124. Food specials include a medium pizza with two toppings for $8, a Roethlisburger for $8, a bucket of five Millers and wings for $20, and a bucket of five Millers and a pizza for $20. Drink specials include a bucket of five Millers for $13. Giveaways at halftime and the end of the game include Steelers hats, T-shirts, jerseys and other items, and a drawing later in the season for a Monday Night Football trip to the Steelers-49ers game in San Francisco.

San Diego Chargers

Brando’s Bistro and Bar, 2801 N. Green Valley Parkway, Henderson (near Sunset Road), 434-5761. Food specials include personal cheese pizzas for $3.50 and deep dish pizzas for $15 (toppings $2). Drink specials include $4 Jager shots and $1.50 Pabst Blue Ribbon bottles. Giveaways offered throughout the game of beer company merchandise.

The Martini, 1205 S. Fort Apache Road (near Charleston Boulevard), 227-8464. Food specials offered weekly (including such things as wings for $5, truffled mac and cheese balls for $6 and flatbread pizza for $7). Drink specials include $3 for all drafts. Giveaways offered every week of a pair of tickets to a Chargers home game, and giveaways at the end of each game of Chargers hats, T-shirts and other items.

Michael’s Pub, 4012 S. Rainbow Blvd. (near Flamingo Road), 871-1381. Food specials include a Lightning Bolt Breakfast (bacon, eggs, hash browns and toast) for $3.95, a half-pound Boltburger with fries for $6.75, deep-fried pickles for $6.50, and various complimentary munchies (for example, chicken wings, sausage and peppers, and meatballs) that change each week. Drink specials include pitchers of domestic beer for $8, pitchers of imported beer for $12, buckets of five domestic bottles for $13, buckets of five bottled imports for $17, domestic drafts for $3 and imported drafts for $4. Halftime giveaways include Chargers hats, T-shirts and other items for people wearing Chargers gear.

Molly Malone’s Irish Pub, 11930 Southern Highlands Parkway (near Dean Martin Drive), 837-0213. Food specials include homemade chili for $1.99 a cup, $3.99 a bowl and $5.99 in a bread bowl; potato skins for $4.95; beef or chicken nachos for $4.95; shrimp nachos for $5.95; a jumbo hot dog with fries for $3.99 (add chili for $1); sliders and fries for $5.95; and fish tacos for $3.95. Drink specials include drafts of Stone’s Arrogant Bastard Ale for $4, Modelo Especial drafts for $4, 22-ounce Miller Lite drafts in a souvenir cup for $3, build-your-own Bloody Marys for $5 and Blue Bolt Lemonades for $5. Giveaways include Chargers hats, T-shirts and other items at halftime and the end of the game, and a drawing at the end of each week’s game for VIP seating and a $100 comp for the next week’s game.

Shooters Bar & Grill, 4465 E. Sahara Ave. (near Lamb Boulevard), 933-0775. Drink specials include $10 bottomless (per game) Miller Lite drafts, Raider Haterade shots for $2, Jell-O shots for $1 and buckets of five domestic beers for $10. Giveaways at halftime and the end of the game include Chargers hats, jerseys and other items, weekly drawings for the chance to watch the next week’s game in the Charger Room, and a drawing later in the season for game tickets, air fare and spending money for the Nov. 6 game against Green Bay in San Diego.

San Francisco 49ers

The 215 Saloon, 4145 S. Grand Canyon Drive (near Flamingo Road), 222-4215. Drink specials include a bucket of five domestic beers for $12, domestic pitchers for $7 and bomb shots for $5. Giveaways offered of 49ers hats, T-shirts and other items at halftime and the end of the game.

Seattle Seahawks

Scooter’s Pub Sports Bar and Grill , 6200 S. Rainbow Blvd. (near Russell Road), 227-9047. Food specials include mini nachos for $5, two tacos for $2, two Sloppy Sliders for $2, chicken wings for 75 cents each (minimum of six) and chicken flatbread for $6. Drink specials include Bud and Bud Light drafts for $2.50, Bud and Bud Light pitchers for $7.50 and Skyy Bloody Marys for $4. Giveaways at halftime and the end of the game include Seahawks hats, T-shirts and other items, and a drawing later in the season for two tickets for the Seahawks-Cardinals game in Arizona.

Contact reporter John Przybys at jprzybys@ reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0280.

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"Pawn Stars" fans from around the world visit the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas following the passing of Richard "Old Man" Harrison on Monday, June 25, 2018. (Marcus Villagran/Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
Get a sneak peek at Palace Station's newest renovations
Station Casinos spokesperson Lori Nelson gives a first look at what Palace Station's $192 million renovation will bring. Some areas will begin opening to the public next week according to Nelson. (Marcus Villagran/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
You Can Only Get The 11-pound 8-person Burger In Las Vegas
You Can Only Get The 11-pound 8-person Burger In Las Vegas (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Paul McCartney is worth over $1 billion
Sir Paul McCartney is one of the most celebrated and accomplished musicians in history. He just turned 76 on June 18. McCartney grew to international fame with the Beatles and went on to become a wildly successful solo musician. Paul McCartney’s net worth is estimated at $1.2 billion, according to Celebrity Net Worth. In 2017, McCartney landed the No. 13 spot on Forbes’ list of the world’s highest-paid musicians, earning $54 million for the year. On Thursday, June 20, McCartney will release a double A-side single featuring two new songs, "I Don't Know" and "Come On to Me." McCartney has yet to announce a title of his new album or when it will be released. Th album is expected to be released before he headlines the Austin City Limits Music fest in October.
Bellagio's New Conservatory Brings Italian Summer To Las Vegas
Bellagio's New Conservatory Brings Italian Summer To Las Vegas (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Kari Curletto of Las Vegas put over 500 hours into making her toilet paper wedding dress. (Courtesy Kari Curletto)
Kari Curletto of Las Vegas put over 500 hours into making her toilet paper wedding dress. (Courtesy Kari Curletto)
The Real Crepe In Las Vegas Serves Authentic Crepes In The Style Of Brittany, France
The Real Crepe In Las Vegas Serves Authentic Crepes In The Style Of Brittany, France. (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-journal)
New Marilyn Musical Brings Screen Icons Life To Strip
Paris Las Vegas hosts musical bio featuring new, old tunes. (Carol Cling Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas' hottest concerts of the summer
Vegas' hottest concerts of the summer
We Taste-tested The Best Doughnut Shops In Las Vegas
We Taste-tested The Best Doughnut Shops In Las Vegas. (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
5 must-see bands at Punk Rock Bowling 2018
5 must-see bands at Punk Rock Bowling 2018
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Kids become firefighters at Fire Station 98 open house
Henderson residents wore fire hats, learned about CPR and met firefighters at the Fire Station 98 open house Saturday, August 11, 2018. (Marcus Villagran Las Vegas Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
People from all over the world attend RollerCon 2018
RollerCon 2018 is a five-day convention focused on the roller derby community and culture at Westgate in Las Vegas. (Marcus Villagran/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
Camp Broadway teaches kids how to sing and dance
The Smith Center's seventh annual Camp Broadway musical theater program gives 150 kids ages 6-17 an opportunity to learn musical theater skills from industry professionals over a five-day period. Marcus Villagran/ Las Vegas Review-Journal @brokejournalist
Las Vegas police officer on being PETA's Sexiest Vegan Next Door
Las Vegas police officer David Anthony talks vegan lifestyle and how he feels about being voted PETA's sexiest Vegan next door from his home on Monday, July 9, 2018. (Marcus Villagran/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
'NO H8' Campaign comes to Las Vegas
Hundreds of locals participate in the NO H8 campaign founded by Adam Bouska and Jeff Parshley as a response to Proposition 8, a California ban on same-sex marriage. The campaign has since evolved to represent equal treatment for all. (Marcus Villagran/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
Over 40,000 People Attend The 4th Of July Parade In Summerlin In Las Vegas
Over 40,000 People Attend The 4th Of July Parade In Summerlin In Las Vegas. (Janna Karel Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Star Wars and Golden Knights mashup at downtown art shop
Star Wars and Vegas Golden Knights fans attend the Boba Fett Golden Knight Paint Class at The Bubblegum Gallery in Las Vegas, Friday, June 29, 2018. (Marcus Villagran/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
Bark-Andre Furry meets Capitals superfan Ovie the Bulldog
Two of NHL's furriest fans met at the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace on Tuesday, June 18, 2018, in Las Vegas. Vegas Golden Knights superfan Bark-Andre Furry and Washington Capitals superfan Ovie the Bulldog shared a plate of meatballs and spaghetti with help from Logan, "The Girl with the Hat." (Marcus Villagran/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
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