Food courts are easily the best way to cut down on the cost of a vacation. You don't need every meal to be a production. Sometimes you just need a hot dog on a stick or a slice of greasy pizza. If you end up spending less than $10 on a meal you should be proud. While the food at food courts is not always the highest quality it still manages to do the trick.
In Las Vegas food courts range from greasy spoons to spots for some great finds for cheap dining. I personally will stop into the Venetian Food Court when ever I need a quick meal for less money. The conveninece of the Monte Carlo or the Flamingo food courts are perfect for families and the food court at Mandalay Bay is a huge draw for those attending conventions.
Looking for cheap food in Las Vegas?
There are two Food Courts at the Venetian and this ine is better with options such as: Café Santa Lucia - Coffee, pastries and light faire, San Gennarro - Burgers, Paninis, and Salad, Cocolini Casino - Assorted flavors of Gelato, Rialto Deli - Soups and Sandwiches, Pizzeria de Enzo - Soups, salads, and Italian cuisine. If there is a food court that I stop at regularly it is this one.
This is one of the bigger food courts in Las Vegas and they seem to have everything you can typically get in a food court. This is a great alternative to the expensive restaurants at Venetian and a good choice for a snack. Choices include: Bella Panini - Italian Cuisine, Nathan's Famous - Nathan’s Famous Hot dogs and other fast food, Cocolini - - Assorted flavors of Gelato, Panda Express - Chinese, The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf - Coffee, Tea, Pastries, and Pre-Packaged sandwiches, Shake n Burger - American Fast food, Godiva- Chocolatier, Towers Deli - New York style deli sandwiches, Haagen Daz - Ice Cream, Wasabi Jane - Asian Cuisine, Johnny Rockets - 50’s Diner, Yofresco - Self-serve frozen yogurt, LA Italian Kitchen - Italian Cuisine, Sin City Brewery - Beer, Lime Ice - Frozen Drinks,
Some decent options, Bonanno's New York Pizzeria, Pan Asian Express, L.A. Subs, Johnny Rockets and a nice spot just off the casino floor. It also rarely has much crowding so you can always find a seat. This food court is also convenient to the hotel elevators when you need a quick snack in your hotel room.
It's their version of a food court but you get Chipotle, some burgers and some pizza. It is located right outside the door and accessible from Las Vegas blvd. This is a good option if you want a cheap meal while walking around the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace as it is right across the street.
Get some shopping in and a cheap meal while you are at it. It is not as convenient because it is in the mall but if you are staying at Trump Las Vegas it is our best option for take out food. Located across the street from the Wynn Las Vegas and next door to Treasure Island.
Your options: Basin Street Cajun Cafe, Chicken Connection, Chinese Gourmet Express, Great Wraps, Greek Island Cafe, Haagen Dazs, Hot Dog On A Stick, Ichiban, KFC Express, Nathan's Famous, Philadelphia Cheese Steak, Sbarro, Subway, Taco Maker, Wendy's
The Riviera has a decent food court that will help you save some money on eating. Located across the street from Circus Circus and next door to my favorite, the Peppermill Fireside Lounge.
Your options: A&W/KFC Express, Pizza Hut Express, Jade Dragon, Quizno's Subs, Cheesesteaks Etc., La Salsa Mexican Cantina
A quick meal for the kids, a snack between gambling sessions or a quick breakfast before the day gets going. The Monte Carlo food court has enough options to satisfy a quick hunger fix.
Your options: Starbucks, McDonald's, Sbarro's, Häagen Dazs, Nathan's
This is a food court with a little extra bang. They include great meals, a few bars and a view of a rollercoaster. You can also hit an Irish Pub or watch some dueling pianos from your seat in the food court.
Your options: Burgers, A deli , Fulton Fish Market, Pizza and a whole lot more.