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Bars With Beer Pong In Las Vegas – Right On The Strip!

As a party town, it’ll come as no surprise that many seek out bars with beer pong in Las Vegas. After all, nothing gets the night kicked off more effectively than a little competition paired with excessive consumption.

I thought it would be helpful to compile a rundown of bars in Las Vegas on the Strip and Fremont Street that offer beer pong so that you can get your fix.

Most of the time, the use of the table is free as long as you bought beer at the establishment, however, some venues charge for their use during peak times (like St. Patrick’s Day).

While most play leisurely, it’s also fun to note that Las Vegas is home to the World Series of Beer Pong (WSOBP). The WSOB is an annual tournament that draws upwards of 1,000 athletes (I think that’s the right term?) from around the country to compete for cash prizes.

Related: Bars with a mechanical bull in Las Vegas.

Beer Pong On The Strip

O’Shea’s at LINQ: A lasting staple of the Las Vegas beer pong scene, the new O’Shea’s has been incorporated into LINQ’s Promenade.

In addition to 50 beers on tap, and the underrated “Frozen Bailey’s” cocktail, O’Shea’s offers a number of beer pong tables for patrons to use.

Known for its upbeat, party atmosphere, O’Sheas attracts a pretty fun crowd.

A man throwing a ping pong ball at a rack of cups on the beer pong table at O'Sheas
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

ameriCAN in the LINQ Promenade: Also located in the LINQ Promenade, ameriCAN uniquely specializes in canned beer, but also offers beer pong tables.

AmeriCAN's exterior along the outdoor LINQ Promenade
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Blondies at Planet Hollywood: Beer pong is offered at Blondies daily, in addition to offering a doubles tournament on Thursday nights for a $300 prize. Located in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, Blondies is also home to my favorite all-you-can-drink deal for $20.

Exterior of Blondies in the MIracle Mile Shops.

Level Up at MGM Grand: A portion of MGM Grand that is dedicated to luring younger patrons, Level Up is a sports bar that offers classic arcade games, shuffleboard, Pac Man, etc.

In addition to those classics, Level Up also offers beer pong steps away from the Strip.

Shuffleboard and pool tables at Level Up
Level Up at MGM Grand

Rockhouse at Venetian: Located in the intricately themed Grand Canal Shoppes, Rockhouse offers beer pong all day, every day.

Beer Park at Paris: Ranking among my favorite rooftop bars in Las Vegas, Beer Park sits atop Paris and offers stunning views of the Fountains of Bellagio across the street.

In addition to other bar games like giant Jenga and shuffleboard, Beer Park also commonly offers beer pong.

View of Las Vegas Blvd. and Caesars Palace from Beer Park
Beer Park – They also have one heck of a view!

Red Tail at Resorts World: An “upscale casual” bar at the newest resort on the Strip, Red Tail offers a massive beer pong game that uses small garbage cans a “cup”.

Also offered is a pop-a-shot basketball game and plenty of screens to catch the game.

Beer Pong on Fremont Street

Gold Spike: Just steps away from Fremont Street, Gold Spike’s Backyard Playground offers an assortment of oversized games including beer pong that uses a dodgeball and garbage cans. A fun variation of traditional beer pong that all can enjoy.

Gold Spike's Exterior facade and sign.

Off-Strip Beer Pong of Note

Hofbrauhaus: Located a short ride from the Strip and across the street from Virgin, Hofbrauhaus is a German-style beer hall that also offers the opportunity to play beer pong.

The brews are imported from Munich, and the Bavarian-style food is unlike anything else you’ll find in Las Vegas.

Beer Pong can be a great non-gambling activity to get the night started and rev up your competitive juices. Fortunately, there are a solid number of bars on the Strip and downtown that can satisfy your need to play.

See Also: Where to find cheap drinks on the Strip & Fremont Street happy hours!

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