Food Under $20 in Vegas
Seeing all those Michelin restaurants in Vegas is bound to give you the (absolutely misleading) impression that Vegas is only for the rich. Of course, that would mean that the poor starve as a rule in Vegas. That is not so. In fact, there’s a great variety of food that you can get in Vegas for under $20—if only you know where to look.
Le Thai, Fremont Street
Downtown Vegas is where you get the best grub for good money—which in this case means Thai food that you can grab pretty early in the day for a good, hearty start. Think noodles and seafood at amazingly affordable prices. The best part is that you don’t even have to wait that long in line!
Secret Pizza, Cosmopolitan Hotel
One slice of a good, heart pizza is often all someone needs to feel full. Secret Pizza is open through the night, and can provide you with that warm, delicious, fulfilling slice of pizza. Nothing is as American as late-night pizza—and the Cosmopolitan Hotel understands that.
Mon Ami Gabi, Paris Las Vegas
If we’re taking cheap lunches and cheap breakfasts, Mon Ami Gabi is the place. Get here early as the sun is just peeking out, and order yourself a good, hearty, healthy helping of eggs, salad, and bread of your choice. It almost feels like home—a more luxurious home, that is.
Hussong’s Cantina, Mandalay Bay Hotel
What—cheap food at the Mandalay Bay? But it’s true. Hussong’s Cantina has everything from tacos to salsa and from chips to corn on the cob to quench your raging appetites. Very filling, very affordable and very delicious—you can’t name a better deal if you tried.
Hash House A Go Go, The LINQ
If you’re with friends, you might end up with an even cheaper grub that you originally intended. Hash House A Go Go serves massive portions of fried chicken doused in feel-good gravy—portions too huge and slightly expensive for one person. But what a bargain for a group of friends!
Earl of Sandwich, Planet Hollywood
Not only does the Earl of Sandwich whip up some of the cheapest sandwiches in Vegas, but it’s also one of the cheapest entries on our list. We’re talking a great, fulfilling, tasty sandwich for less than $10. What better filling food that a sandwich on the go?
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