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Eating on a budget

Will be staying at the Venetian, but guess it will be pricey to eat there.

Any suggestions for eating on a budget close by.

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1. Re: Eating on a budget

There is a small food court at the back of the casino that offer a good selection of pasta's, sandwiches and I believe oriental food.

Reasonably priced.

We like to hit a buffet late morning that will fill you up for the day, then grab a snack/appetiezer in the evening. If you are going downtown the food is reasonable also. Tony Roma has the steak/lobster for around $10. Not great food, but filling.

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2. Re: Eating on a budget

There is a McDonnalds between Harrah's and Casino Royale that is close by.

In fact, Casino Royale has a Denny's, and a few other fast food options (Subway, Noble Romans). And don't forget the $1 Michelob!!!

Now that is eating and drinking on a budget!!!

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3. Re: Eating on a budget

Food courts are going to be about your best bet. I eat on a budget out there to, I'm not a big foodie and could care less who cooked it.

Venetian does have a food court, so does the Luxor and Excalibur has a small one.

Also try 24 hour coffee shops. They usually have cheap(er) fare.

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4. Re: Eating on a budget

Grand Lux is reasonably priced. We ate there three times for about thirty bucks total for two. Good food, big portions and there is one at Palazzo too.

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5. Re: Eating on a budget

try the flamingo buffet its very good value for money and there is a lot of choice the last time we were there it was around $15.00 for lunch and if you have soft drinks they are included as well.

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7. Re: Eating on a budget

Many food choices are available at the Venetian for ALL budgets!

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8. Re: Eating on a budget

Venetian has 2 food courts. One in the casino and a small one in the shopping area.

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9. Re: Eating on a budget

Excalibur has the $25 all day buffet going. In and out as much as you want. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night snacks before closing. Unlike Mrbig I to will spend the money on a nice hotel rather than a cheap one just so I can eat at fancy places.

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10. Re: Eating on a budget

At Harrah's there are usually coupons galore for their buffet, $5 off.

Grand Lux portions ARE huge, as said, "share" meals there.