The Most Affordable Dining Experiences in Las Vegas - A Guide for Budget-Conscious Foodies

Las Vegas is renowned for its luxurious restaurants and high-end dining experiences, but there are plenty of affordable options available too. From classic American fast food to Michelin-starred dim sum, there's something for everyone. To help budget-conscious foodies make the most of their trip to Las Vegas, here is a guide to some of the best value restaurants in the city that won't break the bank.

PepperMill Restaurant

Located just north of The Venetian Resort and Casino, PepperMill Restaurant has been a Las Vegas staple since 1972. It offers a wide range of soups and salads, sandwiches, meats, and even breakfast dishes - all at a fraction of the prices of other Las Vegas restaurants.

Pin-Up Pizza at Planet HollywoodFor classic New York-style pizza on the Las Vegas Strip, Pin-Up Pizza at Planet Hollywood is the place to go. These hand-blended slices are made with great Italian ingredients and cost only about seven dollars per serving. Plus, they're served by a rockabilly-style pin-up waiter, with a style typical of the 1950s.

Five50 at ARIA Resort and Casino

Formerly known as Five50, this ARIA Resort and Casino restaurant also offers delicious snacks and craft beers.

It's the perfect place to enjoy pizza, beer and sports on a tight budget.

Casino Royale

If you're looking for cheaper restaurants in Las Vegas, don't forget Casino Royale. This casino has its own dedicated food court area, packed with well-known fast food offerings. Enjoy the flavors you can find at home for a fraction of the prices of typical Las Vegas food.

Its many dining options include a Denny's for breakfast, a Subway for lunch, and a Pizza Hut or White Castle for dinner. There's also a hot dog stand, Foot Long Hot Dogs, that sells exactly the same hot dogs that measure 12 inches.

Shake Shack

Shake Shack is another national fast-food chain that opened a store on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. There are gluten-free pizzas and pasta, as well as vegetarian and vegan food options and some of the best sandwiches in Las Vegas.

Downtown Container ParkDowntown Container Park is packed with great restaurants and cheap Vegas-style food that won't derail your budget. Created by DJ Steve Aoki and his brother Kevin Aoki, the restaurateur, this Japanese place located on the Famous Food Street Eats food court at Resorts World Las Vegas offers a variety of yakitori.

Michelin-Starred Dim Sum Restaurant

Hong Kong's Michelin-starred dim sum restaurant serves freshly made meatballs, soups and rolls. To round off a holiday on the Strip, try some of the best lunch spots in Las Vegas, located on and off The LINQ Promenade.

Slice of VegasAnother option for finding New York-style pizza on the Las Vegas Strip is Slice of Vegas. This restaurant offers thin-crust pizzas and a friendly atmosphere. The best thing to do is to check the social media accounts of the restaurants or bars you want to go to and see if they have special offers that you can use while you're in Las Vegas. Keep in mind that one of the keys to eating cheaply at many tourist centers is to have a player card, so don't hesitate to sign up for discounts on food throughout Las Vegas.

Tony Knilands
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