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Where to Eat when at the "Vegas Showplace" in September?

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Just prior to every show the discussion of where to eat heats up. First, find out if reservations are needed early. You wait too late and you might find there is a wait. Cannot say we had this problem in Vegas, allow someplace have a long waiting list and do not take reservations.


Depends on what food you're looking for. Everything is pricey close to the hotel so you know, a short ride or a shorter walk might be a better option. Do your research and be prepared.


We will attempt to list Place that a good and not so good for food in Vegas. Along with show YouTube Video's to be added.


Where to you like to go to eat in Vegas while at the show?

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On The Strip:

American Coney Island:

With cheap items like a $3.95 Coney Island Hot Dog, $4.50 Chili Cheese Fries, and a $6.75 Gyro Sandwich,

Coney Island has what it takes to satisfy your post-drinking hunger inexpensively.

American Coney Island is also one of the few restaurants in downtown Las Vegas open 24 hours.


On Freemont Street:

Lanai Express:

Offering cuisine on demand from a variety of cultural influences, Lanai Express literally

has something for everyone. From hot dogs to Chinese, to oxtail soup, Lanai has it.

Of note, they offer the last truly .99 cent Shrimp Cocktail in downtown Las Vegas.


Magnolia’s Veranda:

Whether looking for a cheap breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Magnolia’s at 4 Queens has some nice options.

Many breakfast options including omelets can be had for less than $10. Inexpensive lunch and dinner

options include burgers, hot sandwiches, and fresh chopped salads which can all be had for around $10 or less.

Notably, Magnolia’s is among the few restaurants on Fremont Street offering all-day breakfast.


RESOURCE LINK with more dining options


Add some of your favorites in reply or simply ask food questions.

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