Las Vegas Restaurant Deals

You smell that? That’s the smell of a gastronomic renaissance, folks. Take it all in, because the places to eat in Vegas are on another level. You don’t have to be a Katie Lee, Frank Bruni or Anthony Bourdain to know whats up. Heck, just look at our waistline! What makes the restaurants in Las Vegas so great is that there’s something for everyone. You can literally find a cut of that prime USDA certified beef for that low, low price of $4.99, all the way up to a mind-numbing 500 bones. Yeah, Las Vegas restaurants give you some options.

But enough with all of that hundred dollar dinner nonsense. You’re here for the deals. And Las Vegas restaurant deals are available in abundance (see: our waistline). So whether you’re ballin’ on a budget or you just gave your last $20 to a stripper named Cinnamon, our list of Vegas restaurant deals are here to lend a hand. Cause let’s be real, you’re visiting Las Vegas to get tuxedo t-shirt drunk. Not to spend an arm-and-a-leg on some foie gras. Whatever that is. 

Breakfast Specials

Polaris Street Café

Rio

You’re going to have to leave the comforts of the Strip (it’s still just on the other side of I-15), but Polaris Street Café is well worth it. And what they lack in aesthetics, they more than make up for in mouthwatering grub and great pricing. We’re no mathletes, but roughly 10 bucks for breakfast sounds like a pretty good deal. So try the avocado bacon omelet and thank us later.

Homie’s Cinnamon Rolls and Comfort Café

near Hard Rock Casino

Venture off the Strip (but still not too far), and you’ll find the gem that is Homie’s Cinnamon Rolls and Comfort Café. While they have all of your standard breakfast grub, the best menu item is obviously in the restaurant’s name: the cinnamon rolls. Plain, fruity, nutty, they have it all! AND the most expensive thing on the menu is $12! What a time to be alive.

48th and Crepe

New York - New York

Technically, some crepes can be desserts (and who says you can’t have dessert for breakfast?!), but we’re just going to focus on the breakfast offerings here. At 48th and Crepe inside of New York-New York you can get down on healthy crepes with egg whites and spinach or you can go H.A.M with all of the bacon, sausage and –ahem- ham you want. Throw a waffle on there and you got yourself quite the breakfast platter. And to think it’ll only set you back a 10 spot.

Eggslut

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Have two hands? Actually, you don’t even need two hands to get down at Eggslut inside The Cosmopolitan. Their breakfast sandwiches come packed with grub and are easy on the wallets (under $10), so feel free to try them all. Wait… so that’s how they got their name… 

Brunch Specials

Paradise Buffet & Café

Fremont Hotel & Casino

Everyone knows that brunch is just an excuse for sleeping in on the weekends and getting drunk before noon. You know what? We’re not mad about it. Even better? Paradise Buffet & Café inside the Fremont Hotel & Casino has a champagne brunch for cheap (less than $15)! Stick your pinky out when you sip on that bubbly and no one will even know…

AmeriBrunch Café

Downtown Las Vegas

Coffee, eggs, smoothies, salads and teeny, tiny pastries?! Eeek! We’re in love. Downtown Las Vegas’ AmeriBrunch Café has all the things that brunch lovers crave without the guilt of a late night bender. Go ahead and order two macaroons, you deserve them (nothing on the menu costs more than $10, so you can afford them).

Tacos Huevos

Downtown Las Vegas

C’mon, eggs are literally in the name. Tacos Huevos in Downtown Las Vegas serves up an authentic take on breakfast. You can’t go wrong with two eggs over easy or some scrambled eggs with potatoes and some protein. And since it’s brunch, go ahead and treat yourself to a cerveza.  Grub and a brewski for under $12? You gotta love it.

Lunch Specials

Pizzeria Francesco’s

Treasure Island

Eating pizza is like tasting a slice of heaven, it doesn’t get better than that. And when you tell us we can get tons of toppings on a slice for six bucks on the Strip, we’re in. Pizzeria Francesco’s in Treasure Island are what dreams is made of.

American Coney Island

The D

Hot dogs are like America, plump, juicy and beautiful. And for such low prices at American Coney Island in The D, why not scarf down a couple? It’s the equivalent to riding a bald eagle yelling ‘MURICA.

Ramen Katanaya

Bally’s Grand Bazaar

Ramen isn’t only for when you’re sick. It’s also for times when you look in your wallet and yell four-letter words because you only have $10 to your name. Ramen Katanaya at Bally’sunderstands and that’s why they serve food for $8.50. Score one for the broke folks.

In-N-Out

The LINQ Promenade

If you don’t live on the West Coast, you know In-N-Out is one of life’s finest delicacies and you have to go there every time you visit. What makes the burger even juicier is that the menu is cheap. So since you’ve saved so much money on lunch, throw in a chocolate shake. You’ll walk it off anyway.

Ocean One

Planet Hollywood

Ocean One in Planet Hollywood, you had us at $4.99. Yep, that’s right everything on the lunch menu is $4.99 and not a cent more. If you’re really hungry and skipped breakfast, get two things because you’re saving so much money. We’ll have the steak, please.

Happy Hour Specials

Grand Lux Café

The Palazzo Las Vegas

The best hour of the day is happy hour and at Grand Lux Cafe at The Palazzo you can get a drink and an appetizer for $12. Or if you want to take on the Vegas mantra of drink until you drop, order four drinks for around $20 to get the party started. Like we always say, the best diet is the liquid one.

Tom’s Urban

New York – New York

Beat the Clock Happy Hour at Tom’s Urban inside New York-New York is the best competition on the Strip. The challenge is to see how many drinks and bites you can scarf down for $4 between 4 and 5 p.m., or for a dollar more between 5 and 6 p.m. All we have to say is, challenge accepted.

Evel Pie

Downtown Las Vegas

Nothing beats a refreshing pitcher of beer and a pizza that will fill up the whole family for only 20 bucks. Evel Pie in downtown Las Vegas is serving up fresh air on their patio, a 20” cheesy rider pizza and a pitcher of PBR every day from 2 - 6 p.m. Don't need to feed a family, you can also get $2 American draft beers and $3 well drinks. If you time it right, you might even be able to get lunch and dinner out of it.

Pub 1842 

MGM Grand

We don’t like to admit this, but sometimes the British do it better. At Pub 1842, you can get a lobster grilled cheese and the local brew of the day for $14. We don’t know what supermarket you go to, but the last time we checked lobster was pretty pricey.

Margaritaville

near The LINQ Promenade

Ding! Ding! Ding! We saved the happy hour winner for last. Margaritaville, right next to the LINQ Promenade is lit when it comes to deals. You can get 5 cent beers from 5 – 6 p.m. and $1 shots of SKYY vodka, $2 Landsharks and $5 margaritas from 5 – 7 p.m. That’s not all folks, if you’re trying to rally from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. they offer a reverse happy hour. Time to be a balla on a budget. 

Dinner Specials

Magnolia's Veranda

Four Queens

How  do you beat hearty, homestyle meals? You slap ‘em with a dirt cheap price tag. At Magnolia’s Veranda inside downtown Las Vegas’ Four Queens Hotel, you get everything  from soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches, steaks, pastas and more. Even better, ranging from 8-20 bucks an entrée, it won’t break the bank.

Binion’s Café

Binion’s Gambling Hall

Hungry and in a hurry? Now that we’ve described our dating life, let us tell you about Binion’s Café inside Binion’s Gambling Hall. This place has tasty grub at even tastier prices. We’re talkin’ $5.99 for their ginormous “Famous Burger.” Eat up and then hit the Fremont Street Experience to burn off those calories.

Original Chicken Tender

Luxor

Chicken tenders and fries for under 10 bucks? That’s nothing to bock about (ba-dum tss). Corny jokes aside, Original Chicken Tender inside the Luxor is straight fire. Flaky, crispy, moist and delicious, these strips are our perfect match. If only online dating matches made us feel this way.

Late Night Specials

Tacos El Gordo

near Encore

Drunken munchies and cheap tacos belong together like PB&J. Tacos El Gordo is a cheap uber ride from your hotel. To make scarfing down greasy tacos even better, you won’t wake up the next morning hating yourself because you didn’t break the bank.

Peppermill

near Encore

If you didn’t drunkenly stumble into the Peppermill at 4 a.m. you didn’t do Vegas the right way. It’s cheap, it’s open 24/7 and it has a vintage vibe you can’t help but fall in love with. So head over after a night at Hakkassan and chow down.

Pin-Up Pizza 

Planet Hollywood

Even after a night of intense cardio, aka dancing, and hanging with your good friend Jose Cuervo, you’ll only need one $6 slice at Pin-Up Pizza inside Planet Hollywood. The slices are bigger than most heads. And for us, there’s nothing like crawling into bed and eating a slice of pizza after hitting the town.

Marilyn’s Café

Tuscany Suites & Casino

The early bird doesn’t always get the worm. At Marilyn’s Café inside Tuscany, it pays off to be a night owl. Ask for their deals menu anytime between 12 a.m. to 5 a.m. and your wallet will be smiling back at you after you pay the check.

Coronado Café

South Point

Would you believe us if we told you, you could eat a 7oz N.Y. steak, two eggs, hash browns and toast for $6? Well slap your knee and call us Susan because Coronado Café at South Pointserves that up every night from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m.