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Cheap Food in Las Vegas

Spend Less in Las Vegas

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You need cheap food in Las Vegas. Sure, Las Vegas has some incredible restaurants but we need to be honest about the prices. They are outrageous, $350 for two people? Find your way to a few places where good does not mean overpriced it means reasonable. You might want to splurge on a couple of meals but food should not be what your entire vacation is about. Well, it is for me, but it should not be for you.

The resources on this page should help you have a cheap vacation when it comes to eating. I'll also give you a few quick tips on how to minimize the cost of your overall vacation. The more ways to save money on the big things like hotels, entertainment and food means you'll have a few extra dollars to spend at the nightclubs, blackjack tables and shopping.

  • The Best Affordable Restaurants in Las Vegas - Even when you are trying to budget your way through a vacation you want to have a memorable meal. These restaurants are good and easy in the wallet. You might have to split a dish or order the cheap stuff but I can guarantee that if you stay away from alcohol and the super expensive entree's you can work well within your bottom line with these restaurant suggestions.
  • Food Courts In Las Vegas - This is the gem of the cost cutting tips because food courts give you options and flexibility. Every meal does not need to be a production and food courts are perfect for the cheap meal that is also very convenient.
  • Free Things To Do In Las Vegas - Who does not like free stuff? Fountains, art and drinks are all among the things that are free in Las Vegas. Spend a day looking for free things and you'll see more of Las Vegas and spend very little money.
  • How To Save Money On A Las Vegas Vacation - If you are looking for cheap food you might be looking for a few tips on how to save money while planning your Las Vegas vacation. Some information works better for some while other tips don't always fit. However, there are plenty of ways to cut corners when traveling to Las Vegas so take a look and see if they work for you.
  • Cheap Hotels In Las Vegas - Just because a hotel is cheap in Las Vegas does not mean it is not worth staying at. You'll still get food options, a casino and some decent entertainment. If it is a Las Vegas resort that is cheap you'll get far more than most vacation destination budget hotels.

77 Places to Find Cheap Food in Las Vegas

Yes, the answer is yes I have eaten at each and everyone of these places for cheap food in Las Vegas. I sacrifice for you the Las Vegas visitor. Good food can be cheap this large list will help you find exactly what you are looking for in order to help you save money on eating while in Las Vegas.

Hussong's Las Vegas

Chips, guacamole and some corn on the cob that will make you rethink the issue of dieting while on vacation. Add a sope and some pozole and you have a decent meal for a relatively good price. Cheap food and cold beers will have you returning to Hussong's. You might have to eliminate the Margarita if you are trying to save money but you will be disappointed if you decide against the Hussong's version.

Need more Mexican food options that are also affordable:
Tacos El Gordo | Carlos 'n Charlies | Tacos and Tequila |

D.O.C.G. at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

This is the pizza of my dreams and it is less than $15. They have a pre-show menu that is also out of this world. Some of the best quality food for the least amount of money on the Las Vegas strip. D.O.C.G. is located amongst a few fabulous restaurants that are not affordable, don't be fooled by the neighborhood, you can afford this one. Just because the restaurant is in the Cosmopolitan do not think you cannot get some good cheap food here.
Need more pizza options that are also affordable:
Grimaldis | Secret Pizza | Slice of Vegas |

Burger Bar at Mandalay Place at the Mandalay Bay Hotel

A coke and a burger as you watch a game on the screens that surround the Burger Bar at the Mandalay Bay. Yes, you can order an outrageously expensive burger, but you don't have to. Go simple and your budget might include a beer. If you decide on a beer you 'll have quite the options with a large list of some of the best beer in Las Vegas. A $9 burger may sound a little over the top but it is considered cheap food in Las Vegas.


Need more burger options that are also affordable:
KGB at Harrah's | I Love Burgers | In-N-Out Burger |

The Pub at Monte Carlo

The food is not over the top fantastic but it is cheap, consider that you most likely will have a beer and you might find this place does it for you. If you enjoy watching sports it makes this a great place. The beer menu is the huge draw as you their list will soon be approaching 200 beers.

Pink's Hot Dogs Las Vegas

It's cheap, it's good and it's conveniently located right on the Las Vegas strip at Planet Hollywood. Order a chili dog to go and try to eat it as you walk down the strip (impossible), this will allow you to shed the guilt of the enormous quantity of calories that you are consuming.

Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace

The portions are huge and that means you can share. Simple, good food in large quantities in a fun environment. I'd go with the ABC burger or the huge hot dog and sinmce you will be saving money on an extra meal order the frozen hot chocolate.

Oyster Bar at Harrah's Hotel

Stay away from the beer and have yourself a bowl of chowder and the bread and crackers that come with your meal. For $10 you'll have a quality meal and you might have a decent conversation with the person sitting next to you.

Maggiano's at the Fashion Show Mall

Family style is a good way to invite the cheap people like myself into an establishment. Large portions, free bread and water get you out of here with a good deal.

Noodles at Bellagio

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If you like noodles you'll love this place. Personally, the Vietnamese noodles are a staple for me at Noodles in the Bellagio. You'll get out of here for a tiny amount on a relative scale to the rest of Las Vegas restaurants with far better quality.

Cheesecake Factory at the Forum Shops

The portions are large at the Cheesecake Factory and that usually means you can share. Order an Iced Tea and a Ceasar Salad and two people can load up on bread and a big salad for under $20.

Carnegie Deli at the Mirage

I always include the Carnegie Deli in the cheap food category of my daily excursions. Lets face it, more than a pound of corned beef for about $11 means you can share a sandwich and a drink for less than $20.

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