You can eat well and not spend a lot of money in Las Vegas it is just a matter of knowing where to go and what to order. Even at the most expensive spots on the Las Vegas strip there are items on restaurant menus that are a steal. Cheap eats in Las Vegas don’t always mean you are eating bad buffets and shrimp cocktails. Cheap eating in Las Vegas is just a way of saying you ave more money for the clubs, the bars , the shows and the late night marathon gambling session at the blackjack table.
This list of cheap eat in Las Vegas is in no particular order and cheap can often be a relative term. However, you can find something affordable at each of these restaurants but you have to realize that if alcohol is introduced the cheap factor often times disappears.
Need more choices? Where to Eat in Las Vegas 100 Restaurants You Should Try in Las Vegas is also a good resource and if you just want affordable choices you'll be reading the 2013 Best Affordable Restaurants in Las Vegas
77 Cheap Eats in Las Vegas
Gordon Ramsay has a killer burger at Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood but what you should be having is one of his hot dogs. Split it because it is huge.
Cheap tacos have to bo on your radar and Tacos El Gordo are precisely what you need. Cheap, quick and convenient. Order at least four because you'll be craving them all day long if you don't.
My new place for noodles is Le Thai in Downtown Las Vegas. Sit at the bar, have one beer and you will have a cheap meal that you'll remember for a long time.
I'm going to tell you to go to Slice of Vegas and have a really good salad. The pizza is fine and cheap but the Romelia Salad is simply precious. It's light, fresh and a slice of perfection.
Margarita, ceviche and plenty of dancing. Carlos 'n Charlies is the cheapest party on the strip. Just don't have too many drinks or the price can go up.
Split something at Citizens at Mandalay Bay and you'll save money and still be full. I'm a fan of the breakfast options and the meatball sandwich.
One pizza is all you need at Grimaldi's and you'll have successfully found a super deal at the Palazzo
I’m a sucker for a good burger and a beer and you’ll find that at The Burger Bar at Mandalay Bay. Have one beer from the impressive list and you’ll still be going cheap.
I did mention I’m a burger fan, right? KGB Burgers at Harrah’s Las Vegas does a few more things than burgers and you can easily leave there for under $20.
The best deal in pizza is at D.O.C.G. at Cosmopolitan hotel. A $14pie and a glass of wine will keep you at under $20. Share it with someone and you are getting an epic meal for under $25
Lunch at Olives at Bellagio is about as good as it gets and compared to other restaurants at Bellagio you’ll be saving some money.
You might not get happy about California Pizza Kitchen at the Mirage, but it is fairly consistent and relatively affordable. Pizza, salads, sandwiches and pasta for under $20.
Pastrama and Corned beef piled high at Carnegie Deli at the Mirage is one of my original cheap meals. I have been splitting this sandwich with my wife since they opened their doors.
Cheap alternatives at South Beach Marketplace at Tropicana Hotel range from pizza to Mexican food.
Family style eating at Buca Di Peppo means the cost per person goes way down. 2 people are affordable 4 people make these prices super cheap.
Split a salad or an entrée and you end up practically stealing food at Cheesecake Factory in the Forum Shops.
If you need cheap in a luxury resort the Pizza Place at Wynn has affordable options. It’s fast and convenient and you get a view of the waterfall.
Too many picky eaters and a limited budget means you should seek out the Grand Lux at Palazzo or Venetian. It is middle of the road and you can find some great deals on the massive menu.
The fancy food court at New York/New York Hotel is called the Village Eateries at NY/NY and you can find almost anything you need for a cheap price.
Burgers and shakes at BLT Burger in the Mirage.
Grab a lunch special at Beijing Noodle No.9 or split a couple of entrees and you’ll be impressed with how much you get for so little.
Gumbo and mac cheese at Table 10 is a preety good lunch. Have a drink at the bar and it will still be very affordable.
Late night meal at Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill is affordable but a salad or pizza in the middle of the day is a very affordable meal anytime of the day.
I love bacon and I love not spending a lot of money and you get that at I Love Burgers at Palazzo Las Vegas.
Soup and a beer and you get a cheap meal at Oyster Bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas
There are plenty of options at Stratosphere and you can’t overlook Tower Pizzeria.
Red wine and a salad at Otto Enoteca will give you that Vegas feeling. It is a little more expensive than cheap but it is worth it for the atmosphere.
Cheap, affordable and good sandwiches at Earl of Sandwich at Planet Hollywood.
Lunch special of a couple of tacos and a beer at Taqueria Canonita only gets better when you get a view of the gondolas at the Venetian.
Sweets or a sandwich or a crepe at Jean Philippe Patisserie at either the Bellagio or Aria.
Cheap, easy and convenient at Roxy’s Diner Stratopshere Las Vegas
This is one of those selections that is relatively inexpensive. Meatloaf at Spago is a great deal when you consider the quality of the meal and the Vegas atmosphere.
What do you need? Noodle Asia will have it and you’ll spend next to nothing.
Slice of Vegas in the Mandalay Place is inexpensive and the surprises are in their pasta.
Split an entrée and you’ll leave at under $10 per person at Noodles at the Bellagio
Fill up on bread and pasta at Il Fornaio at NY/NY and you’ll have enough money for the quarter slots just outside the restaurant.
Have lunch at Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris and you’ll get an incredible view and a fancy meal for a decent price. Be careful with your selections because you can quickly go from cheap to expensive.
Tequila, chips and tacos at Hussongs Cantina at Mandalay Bay. What else do you need?
Deent wine by the glass and some inexpensive pasta dishes at D.Vino at Monte Carlo. Sit at the bar and chat up the bartender and you’ll have a better time.
A waborita and chips and salsa at Cabo Wabo Cantina is my idea of a cheap lunch.
New York Pizzeria at NY/NY does an average pizza but it’s fast, cheap and easy to find.
Everybody needs a Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog and it is easily one of the cheapest meals on the Las Vegas strip.
Patrami and a beer while watching a game at Stage Deli at MGM Grand
Sandwiches, dogs and a few sweets at Westside Deli at Circus Circus.
Feed the kids for very little or find a breakfast option that will not break the bank at the Food Court at Monte Carlo
Share asandwich at JJ’s Boulangerie at Paris Las Vegas
Serendipity 3 has huge portions and frozen hot chocolate. Period, you’re going there.
Affordable Thai food on the Las Vegas strip at Sea – The Thai Experience
Fancy sandwich in a casual a spot at MGM Grand at ‘wichcraft
Tacos and Tequila are simply a recipe for fun. You need fun , right?
Sugar Factory has the sweet drinks and a massive menu. Share a cocktail and an entrée and it is so cheap.
Strip burger is right on Las Vegas Blvd and they have low cost burgers and shakes.
Society Café is on the edge of not being cheap, however, if you order well, you can do a good job of keeping the cost down.
Split anything at Hash House A Go Go and you’ll be full.
Roast beef sandwich at Simon at Palm’s Place is a steal.
Happy hour Dragon Noodle at Monet Carlo is when you’ll stop in.
The beer selection at the The Pub at Monte Carlo is worth having a liquid lunch.
The Burger at L’AtelierIt’s not cheap but relative to what you are getting I would consider this an affordable meal.
Margaritaville is a party waiting for you to show up.
Drunken Noodles at Wazuzu with a beer and you’ll be happy.
Split a sandwich at Canter’s Deli at Treasure Island
Secret Pizza at Cosmopolitan will feed your late night craving.
Lunch at Milos is the best deal in town.
Holsteins does a decent burger and it’s relatively affordable.
Tapas at Julian Serrano for lunch and you can leave there for under $20 per person.
Venetian Food Court is probably the best on the Las Vegas strip. There are two and they both will save you money.
Flamingo Food Court is good if you are staying at Flamingo and need a cheap meal.
Zoozacrackers Deli is the most affordable spot at Wynn Las Vegas
Ri Ra is the spot for fish and chips and beer. You’ll want to split the entrée and order an extra beer.
Pink’s Hot Dogs. Of course hot dogs are cheap and you can sit outside and people watch.
Payard Patisserie is a good , cheap breakfast alternative.
You get a lot of lobster for your money at Lobster ME. You also get an incredible beer special.
Order wisely at La Cave at Wynn and it can be cheap. You get the bonus great atmosphere even if you are trying to save money.
Blue Iguana Mexican Express at Circus Circus is convenient and a good option if you are heading into Adventuredome.
Munch Bar at caesars is simple, cheap and convenient.
Oysters at Pj Clarkes at happy hour are a dollar each. Grab a dozen with a beer and you are out of there for under $20
Château Beer Garden at Paris Las Vegas has an outdoor pation and plenty of beer to keep you cool.
Breakfast at Mon Ami Gabi is like stealing because you get a great view and some quality food.
Beers and appetizers at happy hour at Public Housemake this cheap. Entrees are not cheap but they also are not crazy expensive.