A few off the beaten path and yet on the beaten path places in Las Vegas for a quick bite. In other words, not your culinary high end delights.
This is for those there on business or “on-the-go.” As a foodie, it’s hard for me to compile such a list but realize it’s a useful must have when you’re in a rush or simply moving from point A to B. Below is our Las Vegas 10 List.
Morels at Palazzo: Think flat-breads to go with your cocktail at a great price.
Serendipity 3 Vegas: Huge portions, great atmosphere, booming entertainment all very inexpensive. Serendipity 3 at Caesar’s Palace is a on stop shop for all your Las Vegas needs, but if nothing else try the food and come hungry!
Margaritaville Las Vegas: From the laid back flip flop atmosphere, to the sand between your toes, Margaritaville Las Vegas makes business casual seem like a black tie affair. This restaurant has a great selection for breakfast at a great price. We all know a good breakfast will set the standard for the day, so eat here and let the boat take you!
The Food Court at the Venetian Vegas: How many food courts can you get a Turkey burger, pizza, or Panini’s for under $10? The Food Court at the Venetian offers a variety of different foods from around the world for an awesome price. For the people who cannot make up their minds easily, this is not a great option.
So it is 4 o’clock and you want an ice cold beer and some good food, where do you go? Table 10 has many great offerings on the cheap. From the beer, to the sandwiches, to the sports on the TV’s who can ask for anything more?
Hash House a Go Go Las Vegas: They have large portions and great prices for when you’re hungry!
SEA Vegas: This restaurant gives many other Thai restaurants a run for their money. Why not try Drunken Noodles or even the Duck Lettuce Wrap. Both of these entrees will tantalize the taste buds without hurting the wallet!
Oyster Bar: This is a great quick stop for a lunch on the go. They have a grand selection of soups, salads and sandwiches for just a couple of bucks. Service is fast; food is great and leaves more money in your pocket.
Canter’s Deli at Treasure Island Las Vegas: Canter’s Deli has some top notch sandwiches and more. Most of the portion sizes are big enough to share which cuts down on the cost. The sandwiches here should be outlawed!
Bacio at Tropicana: If you are in the mood for a little Italian cuisine then Bacio is where it is! Bacio has a menu that would make any drool for some pizza or salad! The prices are more than affordable; they are outstanding for Las Vegas!
Hussong’s Las Vegas: Hussong’s Cantina and Taqueria is where you can find some authentic Mexican eats for cheeps! Whether you want a beer, taco or margarita you will not leave here dissatisfied in the least. The prices are great, the food is great and the atmosphere is original!
Skybox Sports Bar and Grill: Who does not like a place to grab a burger, fries, beer and a game? The Skybox has it all! From the hand crafted burgers to the drink specials during happy hour no one can beat it! Great place for a late night snack at a great price too!
Pink’s Hot Dogs at Planet Hollywood Hotel: If you are looking for a casual dining experience and eating outside then Pink’s is the place to be! Pink’s Hot Dogs have been crowd pleasers and hands messy for many years!
The Cheesecake Factory: This restaurant is located in many states across the country. The Cheesecake Factory has salads big enough to feed more than two people and specials that can feed two for fewer than ten dollars. Awesome entrée’s and of course who can leave without getting a piece of the cheesecake?
Florida Café: The Florida Café is a little drive from the Las Vegas strip, but worth it! If you like Cuban food and want a truly one of a lifetime experiences you must stop here! So take the bus or a taxi and head up to the Florida Café!
Top photo credit: Examiner dot com of Morels Steakhouse.
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