Lagasse’s Stadium is a relatively new sportsbook located at The Palazzo on the famous Las Vegas strip. The Lagasse’s Stadium is the brainchild of celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse who also happens to be a huge sports fan.

Stadium seating, tons of crystal clear giant flat screen monitors, and fantastic food created by Chef Emeril, help make Lagasse’s a “must visit” Las Vegas sports betting destination. If you are travelling with a group, be sure to inquire about booking a private VIP sports veiwing room that are luxury at it’s finest – bam!

Lagasse’s Vegas Sports Betting

Named “Best Sports Lounge” by the Vegas Seven, the sportsbook combines Emeril Lagasse’s cuisine to go along with a stadium setting, which features more than 100 HD flatscreen televisions including a 9x16-foot main TV. The sportsbook gives visitors a pleasurable betting experience with luxury boxes, plush stadium-style seating, billiard tables and an outdoor patio just steps from the Las Vegas strip.

Guests also have the opportunity to listen to any game showing via the hearTV app on their smartphone. Speaking of betting from anywhere, the OSB top rated online sports betting sites bring Las Vegas style gaming straight to your computer 24/7 from anywhere in the world. 

      Lagasse’s Las Vegas Casino Review

      Lagasse’s Stadium has it all. In addition to ample stadium, table, and bar seating, the venue also offer guests a year-round patio equipped with heaters. Not even the dessert cold can stand up to the amenities offered by Lagasse’s Stadium.

      Guests can take advantage of the semi-private seating options located at the top of the stadium. Skyboxes and luxury boxes can accommodate groups and 5 to 50 people. Skyboxes and luxury boxes are equipped with TVs, iPod docks, and Wii consoles and a large selection of Wii games.

      Outside of the Lagasse Stadium Sportsbook, The Palazzo, which opened to the public on Dec. 30, 2007, is a luxury hotel and casino resort located on the Las Vegas Strip.

      It’s the tallest building that is completed in Nevada and designed by Dallas-based HKS Inc. The hotel is known for offering luxury in a modern European setting. The Palazzo is part of a larger complex which consists of the adjoining Venetian Resort and Casino and the Sands Convention Center — all owned and operated by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation.

      The all-suite hotel offers guests the largest standard accommodations on the Las Vegas Strip at 720 square feet per room. The hotel complex is also named the largest hotel in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records. Other signature attractions at The Palazzo are the Lamborghini Dealership as well as Morel’s French Steakhouse and Buddy V’s Ristorante.

      The $1.8-billion resort also features a luxurious lobby where guests from the street enter underneath a 60-foot glass dome with a two-storey fountain.