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Indiana
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Freemont Street question

First time in Vegas and staying on Freemont Street--any dinning recommendations or must sees? Will not have a car but don't want to miss anything that is really neat!!! Thanks!

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You will have a load of places to eat and drink on Fremont st. It's all a matter of taste or time. What do you like to eat is a better way to put it?

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Fremont is a couple blocks of casino's under the Fremont Canopy. You can easily walk from casino to casino. Night time entertainment takes place under the canopy with the Fremont Experience (light show) and often times live music. Since it's your first time to Vegas, I assume you'll want to take a cab/shuttle/bus to the Strip to see the Vegas lights/sights. Where are you staying? What kind of dining are you looking for? Any budget?

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Not much at all to see Downtown, the light show is about the biggie thing thats happening..

As far as eats most all the places are low end dining with the exception of a few decent reataurants such as...

Vic and Anthonys at golden nugget

Hugos at the Four Queen

Binions Steakhouse

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Yes will probably got see the strip--but we are with a group of people and will stay in the Freemont Street are most of the time--nothing really fancy--didn't know if there were any fun pubs etc. Thanks for your help!

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I recommend the Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery at Main Street Station, Hennessey's and Micki Finnz on Fremont on the east side of the canopy. Magnolia's at the 4 Queens for good quality meals at a reasonable price, the Bay City Diner at the Golden Gate. Cortez Cafe at El Cortez and the Flame in the El Cortez for more of an upscale type place. Binions as a good coffee shop one floor down from the casino. I like their prime rib special at Market Street Cafe in the California Hotel just one block over on Ogden.

For Chinese and Thai food, Vegas Charlies is pretty good on 4th st about a half block from Fremont. For Mexican, Mamacita's is good which is right across the street from the El Cortez.

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We enjoyed Hennessey's ... www.hennesseyslasvegas.com/locations.html ... it's about a block past Fitzgerald's.

We found a coupon in one of the many free coupon books around downtown. You can also purchase coupons for Hennessey's at restaurant.com.

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Fremont street itself is a good pub. The best thing about it is that you can stumble down the street, with drink in hand.

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We like Magnolia's at the Four Queens. Nothing fancy but reasonably priced good food.

Be sure and see the swimming pool at the Golden Nugget. It has a shark tank in the middle with a slide going through it.

We also enjoyed the show at the Golden Nugget, Gordy Brown. He is a comedian/impressionist/singer. Very entertaining! We found a $10 off coupon for the show.

I love Fremont Street, especially at night. Besides the light show there is usually other things going on. It's fun just to walk around and people watch too!

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As far as "sites and attractions", there isn't a whole to see and do Downtown, other than the light show and sometimes they have performers there, but that's the main reason a lot of people stay Downtown.....to get away from all that! To just go and kick back and relax and eat and gamble! Nothing else!

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If I'm downtown I'm at Hogs or the Griff or Finzz if they have live music.