The $150 Price Is Definitely For High Rollers (Unlike Myself)
The flyer immediately caught my attention – open bar!
Then I looked at it more closely. Yes, an open bar. For $150.
This is not for New Year’s Eve or the Super Bowl. It’s what LAVO Las Vegas, a restaurant/bar in the Venetian, is offering for the NFL Playoff games. Suddenly, my inner Jim Mora came out, “Playoffs? We’re talking PLAYOFFS!?”
And not just that, but per game. Yes, for the NFL conference championships, Green Bay at Seattle and Indianapolis at New England, there is a $150 viewing party.
In addition to the bar tab you get a “gourmet” Italian buffet. I do bet it’s pretty good. But $150!? It’s definitely a price for high rollers. Which does not include myself.
If you do a quick calculation in your head, you figure you’re there for three hours and if you were in a “regular” bar you might have seven to eight drinks, depending on what you are drinking where you are drinking it, that’s probably in the $50-70 range in Vegas.
It’s unlikely you would be sitting down for a gourmet meal so let’s say you just have a burger or a sandwich, and in Vegas that could be about $15. So $150 is nearly double what you might spend elsewhere.
Then again, it’s a refined environment and for some that’s worth the price.
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