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Ellis Island Casino & San Remo -- food

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Ellis Island Casino & San Remo -- food

Any info on the food at the Ellis Island Casino and the San Remo?

I heardc they have steak specials of $4.95 and $5.95, but you have to ask for the specials as they are not advertised. Is this true?

Also, where are these to places located

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1. Re: Ellis Island Casino & San Remo -- food

I believe the St. Remo's is now Hooters

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2. Re: Ellis Island Casino & San Remo -- food

Staunchsteve should be here to answer this question :)

Ellis Island is behind (East) of Bally's

Hooter's (Old San Remo) is East of MGM

Yes, the $5 steak special at Ellis Island is NOT on the menu, you have to ask for it.

Cheers

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3. Re: Ellis Island Casino & San Remo -- food

Drink a bottle of PEPTO BISMOL 1 hour in advance.

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Just got back from Vegas and did eat breakfast at Ellis Island. I believe it is on Paradise. The building is not attractive and it may make you think twice but it was all good. Nothing to RAVE about but good and inexpensive.

I recommend lunch at Commanders Palace in the Desert Passage in the Aladdin. It isn't cheap but it is fine dining atmosphere. Plus they $.25 Martinis.

We had the 3 course lunch for 18.80. Not bad for the service and the food.

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The $4.95 steak special at Ellis Island may not be on the Menu, but it still is advertised on some of the tables as well as on signs inside the establishment. For the price, it truely is a great deal. You also need to be a member of their slot club, so sign up for it, then go to the restaurant and have a nice cheap meal.

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Silly Traveler,

I know you need to have a slot card for the drink special, and match play.....but, unless Ellis Island changed the rules within the last few months.....I don't think you need a players card for the $5 steak dinner special.

You being silly at times, not sure if you're joking or not?!?

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Slot players card was not required for the $4.99 steak special. We signed up for our cards after dinning, and haven eaten there three times in May, was never asked to show our Slot Card.

While your at it, try a few of their Micro-Brews. The Stout is wonderful:)

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I think you need the players card more if you use a coupon. You do get a free gift so its not a big deal.

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Check out Ellisisland brewery.com and you can look at the entire menu. By the way, it is on Koval St which runs parrallel to the strip.

Take a right after Bally's, go one block, take a right at the lights, about 100 feet on left. I didn't need any Pepto!!! Great steak!

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The "World Famous $4.95 Pretty Average Steak Special" at Ellis Island is worthwhile if you are looking to spend five bucks for lunch.

It is available 24/7/365 but I wouls not wait in line for it at dinnertime. Go at 1100-1130am and you will get seated immediately.

There is a $5 matchplay coupon for blackjack on the table if you sign up for the Slot Club (do this while waiting for your meal) and you could easily get the $5.00 back from the BJ table to pay for your grub.

Unfortunately, I was not able to do so. Dealt a pair of 10s and thought, "Yeah baby, Free Grub" until the CROOKED dealer showed his face up card, the DREADED Ace of Spades. Oops, that FREE meat dinner was looking more like a $10.00 meat dinner, but lo and behold, said CROOKED dealer's hole card was a 9 and we "pushed". High stakes gambling is so much fun...