Everybody has a sports book with walls of TVs showing college basketball. Most of them are great and the price of booze and food reflects the property: the Wynn's expensive, Bally's is cheaper, Cosmopolitan's trendy while Palms is more about locals watching super bright TVs. But if you want to bet-and-beer while ensconced in Vegas tradition, check out Caesars Palace, where the sports book is wide and open-faced. Or opt for the less convenient Westgate, which is where the city’s most iconic, darkly-lit, leather-seated and hot dog serving sports book rests. If you want to go wild, consider Spearmint Rhino strip club (expect an entry fee), for good food, scattered TVs and, well, no sports book.