Cheap Eats in Las Vegas
There’s a lot to do and see in Las Vegas, and sometimes that means grabbing a quite bite or affordable meals. Lucky for you, there’s no compromising for cheap eats and affordable meals in Las Vegas. If you know where to look, you’ll find some of the best and least expensive options on the Strip.
Cheap Eats and Affordable Meals for Breakfast
If you’re looking for the best breakfast spots in Vegas, we’ve got you covered too!
Eggslut at the Cosmopolitan
Make your way over to the second floor of the Boulevard Tower to enjoy Eggslut. With its neon sign, it’ll be hard to miss. The go-to here is breakfast sandwiches with cage-free eggs and heavenly brioche buns. If you need a cure for last night’s fun, this needs to be your first stop. Yum!
JJ’s Boulangerie at Paris Las Vegas
For a Parisian breakfast, head over to JJ’s Boulangerie at Paris Las Vegas for a croissant and coffee. It’s quick, delicious, and perfect if you crave pastries first thing. And you should be craving pastries first thing.
Cheap Eats and Affordable Meals for Burgers
Classic by all standards and now available on the Las Vegas Strip. You can find In-N-Out Burger at the LINQ Promenade. Come on. You didn’t think we would forget to include one of the most widely-loved West-coast burger stops!
Shake Shack at New York New York.
Don’t worry, Shake Shack lovers. We haven’t forgotten you, and neither has Las Vegas. Make your way to the South end of the Strip and to New York New York.
This modern-day roadside burger is known and loved all over the country. Plus, who could turn down those crinkle-cut fries? Pro tip: you’ll be near The Park, so take some extra time to explore.
Cheap Eats and Affordable Meals for Late Night Snacks
Viva Las Arepas
If you’re not familiar with arepas, it’s time to get acquainted! Located just a block north of the Stratosphere, Viva Las Arepas serves up this Venezuelan sandwich that’s delicious, filling, and absolutely fantastic. They’re open until 10 pm during the week and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. You can also order online!
Tacos el Gordo
Tacos El Gordo is a Tijuana-Mexican joint serving street tacos at the counter. This is the hole-in-the-wall taco spot you’ve been dreaming of. You’ll find Tacos El Gordo on Las Vegas Blvd S, just between E Desert Inn Rd and Convention Center Drive (psst, that’s just down the way from our Convention Center Station). Trust us. You will not regret stopping here for a bite!
(Not So) Secret Pizza at the Cosmopolitan
So, it’s not-so-secret-anymore, but it’s still perfect for a late-night bite. Depending on when you get there, you may have a bit of a wait, but at the end of the line are New York-style slices between $5 and $6. Just follow your nose to a paradise of pizza.
Halal Guys at Caesar’s Palace
Looking for a late-night snack (or meal)? Look no further than Halal Guys at the Caesars Palace food court. Halal Guys is delicious Middle Eastern fare, and it’s until 2:00 am on weekends. Try falafel, chicken, or beef gyro in either a wrap or platter form.
Cheap Eats and Affordable Meals for Steak
Got an extra Andrew Jackson burning a hole in your pocket? Well, you’re in luck because there’s a steak with your name on it! Head over to the locally-loved Ellis Island for their old-school Vegas deal. $7.99 will get you a 10-ounce filet-cut sirloin, salad, garlic green beans, choice of potato, and microbrewed beer. Get the deal by playing just $5 on any slot machine. And this deal is good 24 hours a day, every day!
Herbs and Rye
You’ll need to head off the Strip to take advantage of this insanely good deal. But trust us, it’s worth it! On Monday-Saturday between 5-8 pm and midnight-3 am, enjoy HALF-off steaks and other menu items. You heard us, right! Half-off one of the most incredible steaks in Las Vegas.
While you’re there, be sure to enjoy a cocktail as Herbs and Rye have been named one of the World’s Best Bars. IF you’re feeling adventurous, ask for a bartender’s choice. After describing the flavors you enjoy most, prepare to be blown away.
Cheap Eats and Affordable Meals in Las Vegas
How do you like them eats? Do you have a go-to meal while you’re in Vegas? Are you more of an In-N-Out Burger fan, or a Shake Shack lover?