Dining in Las Vegas does not have to break the bank. You, dear visitor, have options. There are a few of them out there. Competition for the dining dollar is fierce in Las Vegas. Here are a few. There are more and you may not agree, but I will tell you any way. A word of caution here. Most of the cheap dining options involve a slice of pizza. Just like a lot of people I like pizza. But I do not recommend it as a steady diet. Most American pizzas are just a doughy crust with a lot of cheese. Not a single vegetable anywhere. I am talking about the budget pizzas I am listing. For a decent dinner option, without breaking the bank there is always Ellis Island. About two blocks east of the strip off Flamingo. Very decent meals for around twenty bucks ( even a small steak dinner), and very good beer that is brewed in- house. Anyway, let me give you a few options at the strip and on Fremont (down town)
Tony Roma’s Entree $ 8.99, drink and tip total about twnty bucks.
Binion’s, complete breakfast $10. That is what I call a bargain.
The 4Queens has the same deal, but it starts after midnight.
Aloha Specialty Foods (Fremont) . Sweet and sour ribs. Not bad if you like that flavor. Dirt cheap at $10.75, it also has a spam musubi (rice roll) for, believe it or not $2.60.. Very cheap and better for your health than all those pizza slices.
Nacho Daddy. Has a couple of specials. I am not fond of the place, but you may like it.
Pizza Rock, also on Fremont. It has a daily pizza special at $6.50. I had the sausage and pepperoni pizza Very good for the price.
White Castle, Fremont St. $1.40 for their famous sliders.
Shake Shack, down town their burgers are $6.15, not a bad price.
In and Out Burger. This is the famous burger chain out of California, run by a lady who treats her workers real well. Burgers from $3. to $6. definitely worth it.
Earl of Sandwich. This one is inside the Miracle Mile Shops, at the lower level. Center strip, in the middle of all the action. This place is extremely popular and you can expect to wait in line. But it is well worth it for you on a budget. Their sandwiches range (the last time i checked a couple of weeks ago) from $7 to $8. Just imagine, a real nice sandwich for that price. And the selection is huge.
As a parting gift for you beer lovers try the Triple 7 Brewing Company. It is inside the Main Street Station down town. Only open on week ends so far. The Ellis Island Brewery that I mentioned earlier also has excellent beer at a good price.
I only posted those for now. I will do more as soon as I research them. They are out there, I know it.