Best Cheap Eating in Las Vegas

Best Cheap Eating in Las Vegas

Whether you are going to Vegas to gamble and win big, see what all the excitement circling the shows is about, or running away from the in-laws to elope, you will always have something in common with everyone else. You have to EAT!

Here is a list that is sure to satisfy your cravings without breaking the bank:

1. Munch Box

Order a build-your-own breakfast or lunch sandwiches for $6.49 at Munch Box. Those who don’t feel creative can order from the menu with its omelets, pancakes, and French toast for breakfast or Philly cheese steaks, poutine, salads, and pulled pork tenderloins. The restaurant even has a kid’s menu with pancakes with ice cream and grilled cheese sandwiches. Also at 6105 S. Fort Apache Road.

2. Blaze Pizza

All pies are 11-inch personal size, thin crust and $7.65 regardless of number of toppings.

3. Durango Taco Shop

Head up to Centennial Hills for cheap Mexican fare such as chile rellenos, chile verde, carnitas, mojarra, enchiladas, and more for less than $10. Those combination plates include rice, beans, and chips. Lunch specials ring in for $5.99 to $9.99.

4. Garden Court Buffet

Its dining room is accented with columns, filigrees, and popcorn lights. The all-you-can-eat breakfast is $9, lunch is $10, dinner is $13, and the champagne brunch is $14. This smorgasbord lets you mix and match your favorites from all kinds of cuisines: Mexican, Asian, Southwestern, pizza, rotisserie, and much more. This is where the locals eat.

5. Dirt Dog

Unassuming and minimalist, Dirt Dog serves up some of the yummiest cheap eats in Las Vegas. The street-food-inspired menu options include tasty and unique hot dogs (including a vegetarian option), lobster rolls, and carne asada fries. Its two locations, one at Bally’s Grand Bazaar and one at the southwest end of the city, stay open late, pour tap beer, and serve side dishes like dirty corn, which comes with crema, cotija cheese, and chili powder. The “Filthy Fries” come with guacamole and chipotle aioli. For dessert, go for the deep-fried Twinkie.

6. Mr. Mamas

The first step to recovery after a long night of partying is breakfast. Luckily, Mr. Mamas has everything you could ever want in a traditional diner-style restaurant.

Mr. Mamas keeps things straightforward with their menu. They cover all the basic breakfast items and even have an extensive lunch selection.

Whether you wake up late or don’t sleep at all, Mr. Mamas has your hangover cure at a price you can’t beat.

7. Evel Pie

While there may be handfuls of pizza places scattered throughout Las Vegas, Evel Pie is the place to be.

The Evel Knievel-themed pizza joint has a lot going on. Between the memorabilia, retro lights, and classic arcade games, the atmosphere alone is a treat.

While it may be a fun place to hang out, the prices are a steal.

With just $6, you can enjoy a hearty slice of cheese pizza and a cold brew. And if you need enough to satisfy your whole crew, they also offer a pitcher and 20-inch cheese pizza for $20.

Evel Pie offers a welcoming, affordable place to hang out within a city of chaos.

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