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Frugal Travel Tips For Las Vegas Dining

By: Kimber Chin

Las Vegas dining is world renown. Casinos compete with each other to provide the best dining option from the high end to the buffet to the too-good-to-be-true deals. In this article, we will explore some of the dining options for the frugal traveler.

Ellis Island $4.95 Steak Special

For $4.95, diners at Ellis Island (located on Koval Lane, East of E Flamingo Road) get a 10-ounce steak, bread, potato (choice of serving), and veggies. Must be a cheap cut right? Wrong. This steak is mouth watering. This special is not on the menu, you have to ask for it.

But that’s not what I order. I order the $6.95 fish and chips. There’s a reason why this Icelandic Cod (the waiter said it was flown in daily) has been voted the best in Las Vegas for 35 years.

In-N-Out Burger

If you’re a fast food junkie, then In-N-Out Burger is the place to hit (multiple locations). Their official menu consists of a hamburger, a cheeseburger, a double-double (two patties), fries, and beverage (including shakes). There’s a reason they can keep their menu so simple and that’s because the few items they make, they make well. The store claims to not own a freezer, everything is so fresh. Even the lettuce is hand leafed and the fries cut at the restaurant location, one potato at a time.

Le Village Buffet In Paris For Brunch

If you’re looking for a splurge meal in Las Vegas, I suggest Le Village Buffet in the Paris Casino for brunch. By brunch, I mean go there at the tale end of the breakfast time (serves til 11 am) and then stay for lunch (starts at 11 am).

Why do this?

The selection is changed up so diners get to experience more (pace yourself) but most of all, the price for breakfast is $12.95, the price for lunch is $17.95. Yes, quite a difference. $5.00 per diner.

This technique can be used with many buffets as long as there isn’t a break between meals. Also check to see if you get a discount with a member’s/player’s card.

There are many, many other bargain meals in Las Vegas including $0.75 hotdogs at Gold Coast and $0.99 shrimp cocktails at Golden Gate (tradition started over 40 years ago) but Ellis Island, In-N-Out and Le Village Buffet are my favorites.

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