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mid-priced restaurants......again!

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mid-priced restaurants......again!

Know it's been done before, but wondering what some people's favorite restaurants are on/near the strip where most entrees are UNDER $25 - probably considered "cheap" by Vegas standards, but we're going on a budget.........

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1. Re: mid-priced restaurants......again!

The Cortez Room at Gold Coast, Prime Rib Loft at Orleans, or Primarily Prime Rib at South Point. Where full dinners wil run $25, and be a nicer experience than most restaurants on the Strip that are twice the price.

Welcome to the wonderful world of off-strip hotel dining!

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2. Re: mid-priced restaurants......again!

On the strip there are some nice places where you can eat an entree for $25 or less. First Food on the 2nd level of Palazzo where the shops are is affordable and depending on what you order, Dos Caminos in Palazzo is affordable also and Grand Lux at both Palazzo and the Venetian are very doable for you. The Cheesecake Factory in the Forum Shops at Caesar's is owned by the same company. I know there are other places on the strip that would work for you too, but at the moment my brain isn't functioning on all cylinders it seems!! LOL

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3. Re: mid-priced restaurants......again!

Is the Cheesecake Factory still very popular? We tried to get a table 4 years ago but gave up waiting. Are there still long waiting lists these days?

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4. Re: mid-priced restaurants......again!

Here is a small list of places my wife and I like to visit every trip

Sushi Roku at Caesars Palace at lunch, best sushi value at lunch

Hash House a go go at IP

Cobo Wabo in front of Planet Hollywood

Zoozoocrackers at Wynn, its a deli but very good

Terrace Point Cafe at Wynn, b-fest and lunch only, but very good

Earl of Sandwich at Planet Hollywood-Late Night sandwich-

Buffet at M resort, off the strip, but probably the best buffet at the best price in vegas

Grand Lux Cafe at Palazzo or Venitian, its basically a Cheesecake factory but very good and open 24 hours

Hope this helps, have fun!

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5. Re: mid-priced restaurants......again!

'Olives' lunch menu would work for your price point.

www.toddenglish.com/menu.php…

Also, if you don't mind a chain restaurant then Maggianos:

www.maggianos.com/EN/Pages/menu.aspx…

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