LAS VEGAS (TheStreet) -- Super Bowl XLV is expected to draw record crowds to Cowboy Stadium, with 105,000 people in the stadium and paying to watching immediately outside on flat-screen televisions. The number of people at the Sunday game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers could exceed the population of Green Bay, Wis.!TravelsinTaste figured there has to be another way to watch the event. If you can't make it to Dallas or don't want to watch it at home, we've compiled some of the more entertaining options for watching the game while enjoying great food and fun. Whether you're in a gambling state of mind in Sin City or are in New York, needing to be back on Wall Street on Monday, here are some tasty options:
|At Lagasse's Stadium in Las Vegas, sports fans can watch the Super Bowl from stadium seating, luxury boxes and patio dining on more than 100 HD televisions, including a 9-by-16-foot main television.|
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