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Cheap Places to Eat on the Las Vegas Strip – (Under $15)

Finding ways to eat cheap in Las Vegas is one way to conserve cash for more exciting activities, like gambling (I kid, I kid… kinda).

My go-to strategy revolves around finding cheap restaurants for breakfast and lunch and then splurging on something more upscale for dinner.

Fortunately, most resorts on the Strip offer at least one budget option to cater to those looking to save money on meals.

Below, I’ll go property by property and detail restaurants where Las Vegas visitors can still eat inexpensively. To qualify, a full meal must cost around $15 or less.

I’ll also be sure to link out to menus where applicable so you can easily compare and contrast your options!

Mandalay Bay

Mandalay Bay Food Court: With numerous cheap, quick, meal options, Mandalay’s food court has something for everyone. Options include Subway, Nathan’s Famous Hotdogs, Pan Asian, Bonnano’s Pizzeria, and Johnny Rockets.

Slice of Vegas: A pizza joint located in the Shops at Mandalay Bay, Slice of Vegas sells pizza by the slice for about $7.50 after tax. Considering one slice had me stuffed, 2 slices are likely to satisfy even the most serious pangs of hunger for about $15.

Slice of greasy pepperoni pizza
Pepperoni Slice from Slice of Vegas

Options Near Mandalay Bay: If you don’t mind walking, there are a few cheap food options across the street from the resort in a strip mall. Options include a Panda Express, Subway, McDonald’s, and Rocco’s NY Pizza & Pasta. To access the strip mall, exit Mandalay Bay and head south on the Strip. You can cross Las Vegas Blvd. at Four Seasons Drive.


Luxor Food Court: Cheap quick-serve restaurant options at Luxor’s food court include LA Subs, Bonnano’s Pizzeria, Nathan’s Famous Hotdogs, Original Chicken Tender, and Johnny Rockets.

Backstage Deli: Among the inexpensive assortment of breakfast, lunch, and dinner selections at Backstage Deli is an $11 breakfast sandwich served on a bagel with a fried egg, choice of meat, and cheese. For lunch and dinner, a selection of $13 burgers are offered in addition to a number of other salad and sandwich options.

Backstage Deli is also one of the few restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip open 24 hours.

Pyramid Cafe: While the majority of breakfast items at Pyramid don’t qualify as overly cheap, they do serve up waffles, pancakes, breakfast pizzas, and a bagel sandwich at a price point of around $15 or less.

For Lunch, they offer a number of inexpensive options including an “Original Burger” for around $16 that comes with your choice of french fries or sweet potato fries.

Burger at Luxor's Pyramid Cafe with Sweet Potato Fries served on a metal tray
I added pepper jack to my burger and found it to be a strong value.


Johnny Rockets: Relatively cheap burgers, fries, and traditional American fare is what Johnny Rockets is known for. Johnny Rockets also offers an affordable breakfast menu.

Excalibur Food Court: Located up the escalator on the second level, the food court is packed with cheap and quick fast food options like Popeyes Chicken, Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, Breakfast and Burgers, Cinnabon, Einstein Brother’s Bagels, Hot Dog on a Stick, Pick Up Stix (Asian), Krispy Kreme, Pizza Hut Express, and Del Taco.

New York New York

Shake Shack: A national chain, guests can score relatively inexpensive burgers, fries, and hot dogs. Ordering a full meal will get you close to the $15 threshold I previously established to qualify as cheap, but you can get a solid lunch or snack at a relatively low price at Shake Shack.

America: If you’re seeking a cheap breakfast on the Strip, America at NYNY offers a selection of eggs, Omelets, and breakfast sandwiches at a price point hovering around $15.

Their lunch and dinner menu is similarly inexpensive with many options hovering around that $15 price point as well.

Notably, America is also one of the few Strip restaurants offering all-day breakfast.

I recently stopped by America for breakfast and found their NY steak & eggs to be a solid value.

A steak, pile of hashbrowns, and 2 eggs over easy on a plate with toast and a coffee mug to the side.
NY Steak and Eggs at America

Broadway Burger Bar: Most burgers on Broadway Burger Bar’s menu land around, or under, the $15 mark. While adding fries will likely put you over that amount, I felt the option was worth a mention.

Top Round Roast Beef: A recent addition to The Park outside NYNY, Top Round Roast Beef serves roast beef sandwiches, chicken & wings, salads, and hotdogs at a sub $15 price point. For those unfamiliar, think Arby’s, but better.

Exterior of Top Round Roast Beef at New York New York Las Vegas.

Village Street Eateries: A number of cheap meal options are tucked into the elaborately themed city near Times Square Bar on the New York New York gaming floor. Options include Sirrico’s Pizza by the slice, Greenberg’s Deli, and Fulton’s Fish Frye which serves fish and chips, clam chowder, shrimp, and chicken.

See Also: Not only is Sirrico’s a cheap meal, but I also rated it one of the best slices of pizza you can find in Vegas.

Greenwich Villiage at New York New York Las Vegas
The cheap eats at NYNY can be found in one of the cooler parts of the resort.

Nathan’s Hot Dogs: Offering locations both near the arcade and on the mezzanine level, Nathan’s is cheap and quick.

48th and Crepe: For those looking for a cheap breakfast, 48th and Crepe serves up a number of both sweet and savory crepes at a price point at or below $15.

MGM Grand

Pieology Pizzaria: A differentiated offering that allows guests to build their own personal pizza by selecting and any assortment of toppings, all for about $15.

Avenue Cafe: While not everything on the menu qualifies as cheap, MGM Grand’s Avenue Cafe offers a number of breakfast and lunch items at a price point near $15. Cheap breakfast items include buttermilk pancakes, French toast, and a Belgian waffle. Lunch selections include a selection of flatbreads, a BLT, and salads.

MGM Grand Food Court: With cheap, efficient meal options like Bonnano’s Pizzeria, Pan Asian Express, Tacos N ‘Ritas, Johnny Rockets, and Original Chicken Tender, there is bound to be something that is destined to hit the spot.

Subway: It’s a known quantity. It’s not going to surprise you, but could be a good option.

Showcase Mall (Steps from MGM Grand)

Denny’s: Located just north of MGM Grand, the popular chain is a can’t-miss spot to grab a cheap meal.

Raising Cane’s: Also north of MGM Grand in the Showcase Mall, Raising Canes recently opened their elaborate Strip location. For my money, Cane’s are the best chicken fingers on the planet.

Showcase Mall Food Court: Lastly, there is a food court north of the Showcase Mall with a tenant list that includes Dirt Dog, Panda Express, Sbarro, Louisiana Chicken, Del Taco, Subway, and Rock N’ Potato.

Park MGM

BetMGM Sportsbook & Bar: The menu at BetMGM includes a selection of “tailgate” items like hotdogs, chicken sandwiches, and burgers at a price point of around $15.

Exterior of the Bet MGM Sportsbook and Bar
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Crack Shack: Inexpensive items on Crack Shack’s menu include a collection of sandwiches available for close to $15. Fries are extra and will add $3.50 to your bill.


Proper Eats Food Hall: A step above the traditional food court on the quality spectrum, Proper Eats offers a variety of upscale quick-serve restaurant options that include breakfast sandwiches, burgers, pizza, donuts, ramen, sushi, sandwiches, Mediterranian, and Korean street food.

Most of the restaurants offer at least some selections that land in the vicinity of $15, give or take a few bucks.

I recently snagged a gyro at Shalom Y’all within the food court and was impressed – I didn’t snag a picture though. If I’m being honest, I was too hungover and totally blanked it.

The entrance to the Proper Eats food hall from the gaming floor.
Credit: Jeff Green – Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Posh Burger: Included on Posh Burger’s menu are a selection of burgers and chicken sandwiches that land in the $15 range. Pair their standard hamburger with a side of fries, and you’ll spend just north of $15.

Aria Patisserie: While inexpensive dining at Aria can be somewhat elusive, their patisserie is a great spot to score a budget-friendly bite for breakfast. There, you’ll find a selection of sweet & savory crepes, omelettes, and breakfast sandwiches at a $10-$15 price point.

Planet Hollywood

Pin-Up Pizza: Accessible from the Strip side of the property, Pin-Up Pizza serves massive New York style slices. At under $10 per slice, Pin-Up makes for a cheap lunch option.

Ocean One: Located in the Miracle Mile Shops, Ocean One is one of the best spots to hit for a cheap meal on the Strip. Their $5.99 lunch menu has attracted a cult following among Vegas value seekers. For the price, the portions are large and of high quality. Cocktails at Ocean One are always 3 for 1 as well.

Hamburger with lettuce and tomato with rice on the side
Honestly, pretty darn satisfying for $4.99.

La Salsa Cantina: Ranking among my favorite cheap breakfasts in Vegas, La Salsa serves a $9.99 breakfast complete with 2 eggs, choice of meat, southwest potatoes, and tortillas until noon daily. In addition to breakfast, there is a solid selection of lunch items hovering around a $15 price point.

Exterior of La Salsa Cantina from the MIracle Mile Shops.

Blondies: Also home to one of my favorite “all you can drink deals” in Vegas, Blondies also offers an abundance of breakfast items at a $15 or lower price point that includes omelets, a 2-egg breakfast, a breakfast quesadilla, and more.

During breakfast, the cheapest option is their $4.99 breakfast special that includes 2 eggs, a choice of sausage or bacon, and breakfast potatoes. This deal is best for light eaters, as portions are tiny.

Exterior of Blondies in the MIracle Mile Shops.

Hot & Juicy Crawfish: One of the more unique restaurants in the Miracle Mile Shops, Hot & Juicy Crawfish serves a number of baskets for around $15. Options include a shrimp basket, catfish basket, crab basket, and even a chicken wing basket for the less adventurous.

Quick and Cheap Options in the Miracle Mile Shops: There is a literal abundance of additional cheap restaurants in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. Options include Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, Chipotle, Earl of Sandwich, Panda Express, Sbarro, Ketchup, and Subway.

exterior and entrance of Ketchup in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood.

Chick-Fil-A: Located right on the Strip (near Pin-Up Pizza), the popular chain could be a solid option for a quick bite.

Harmon Corner (Next Door to Planet Hollywood)

Taco Bell Cantina: In a departure from their typical restaurant offerings, the Taco Bell located on the Strip serves slushie boozy drinks alongside tacos and an upbeat party atmosphere. . While I’m not likely their target audience, I found the restaurant to be so loud that conversation was nearly impossible.

Steer clear if loud “Untz music” isn’t up your alley.

Taco Bell Cantina exterior

Other Fast Food Options: Harmon Corner is a mall directly on the Las Vegas Strip, and neighbors Planet Hollywood to the south. Inside, there are a number of cheap fast food options including Panda Express, McDonald’s, and Subway.


Nosh Deli: For breakfast, Nosh serves a collection of breakfast sandwiches at a sub $15 price point. They also offer a small selection of inexpensive salads and sandwiches.

Seating area and ordering counter at Nosh Deli within Horseshoe Las Vegas.

Dirt Dog: Located in the Grand Bazaar Shops out front, Dirt Dog serves up an eclectic variety of gourmet hot dogs at a price point under $10. These aren’t your typical hot dog. With options ranging from a typical chili cheese dog to the “Pastrami Dog”, there are plenty of unique options.

Istanbul Mediterranean: Serving gyros, shawarma sandwiches, and bowls in the Grand Bazaar Shops, most items on the menu are right at a $10 price point. A cheap meal option considering the amount of food you get for the money.

Pisa Pizza: Also located in the colorful Grand Bazaar Shops in front of Horseshoe, Pisa Pizza serves whole pizzas, pizza by the slice, nachos, and churros at an inexpensive price point.

Dave’s Hot Chicken: Taking the place of Hattie B’s Chicken in the Grand Bazaar Shops, Dave’s serves up a selection of chicken tenders and sandwiches that won’t break the bank. Uniquely, you can choose the level of heat desired with options ranging from no kick to “Extra Hot” and “Reaper”. Several meals that include fries are offered for under $15.

Wahlburgers: Another cheap food option in the Grand Bazaar Shops, Wahlburgers serves burgers and sandwiches at a sub-$15 price point. While adding fries will put you a hair over $15, Wahlburgers is still a solid value option.

Subway: Lastly, Subway has a location in the Grand Bazaar Shops. While a relatively unexciting option, the chain certainly qualifies as a cheap bite to eat.


Brioche by Guy Savoy: Among the cheap breakfast items on the menu at Brioche include a ham & cheese croissant and quiche at a price point of under $10. Brioche is also one of my personal places to grab pastries in Las Vegas.

Cafe Belle Madeleine: Breakfast is offered until 10:30 am and boasts a number of breakfast sandwiches for under $15. At lunch, a number of salads and sandwiches are offered at the same price point.

Exterior of Cafe Belle Madeliene at Paris Las Vegas.

Bobby’s Burgers: Bobby Flay’s burger joint offers a selection of burgers served alongside potato chips at a price point of about $15 or less.

Exterior of Bobby's Burgers at Paris Las Vegas.

JJ’s Boulangerie: Like Brioche and Cafe Belle above, JJ’s Boulangerie’s offerings are focused on breakfast, with pastries costing around $5 each and a number of breakfast sandwiches priced under $15.

La Pizza: Offering cheap pizza by the slice from a window along the pathway between Paris and Horseshoe, La Pizza (which is part of JJ’s) has been a late-night go-to of mine for some time.

La Pizza's walk up pizza by the slice window.


Bellagio Patisserie: While inexpensive eats at the upscale resort are tough to find, their Patisserie is an option for cheap breakfast. There, you’ll find a selection of pastries at a price of about $6 and hot breakfast items for $15 or less.

Snacks: Although Snacks doesn’t meet my pre-defined criteria for cheap eats, I’m going to include it because it’s the cheapest food option available at the upscale Bellagio. There, you’ll find a number of starters, burgers, and sandwiches for around $20. Sides are extra.

I recently stopped in and ordered chicken tenders and a side of fries. I wasn’t overly impressed with the chicken tenders, but there was an ample amount of food and I left stuffed for around $30 total.

A basket of chicken tenders next to a basket of fries ordered from Snacks at Bellagio.
My meal at Snacks.


Eggslut: With a collection of breakfast sandwiches starting at under $15, Eggslut is a high-quality option for value seekers.

Exterior of Eggslut within Cosmopolitan.
Eggslut – Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Secret Pizza: Rated as the 4th best pizza by the slice in Vegas by this blog, Secret Pizza is located down an unlabeled hallway on level 3 of the property. More on where to find secret pizza here.

Hallway to Secret Pizza, which is lined with record covers
Here’s a hint – Look for this hallway and you will have found Secret Pizza.

BĀNG BAR by Momofuku: Take your pick of a wrap, fold-up, or a rice bowl with your choice of spicy pork, teriyaki chicken, or spicy eggplant for prices ranging from $14 – $15. While sides are extra, the new addition to Cosmo’s Block 16 Urban Food Hall certainly offers inexpensive and unique flavors.

I recently at Bang Bar and found it to be absurdly tasty, although portion sizes left a little something to be desired.

Exterior of Bang Bar in the Block 16 food hall at Cosmopolitan.
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

District Donuts: With a selection of donuts, cinnamon rolls, and pastries for around $5 each, District Donuts could be a good cheap breakfast option.

Exterior of District Donuts in Cosmopolitan's food court.
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Related: A complete list of FREE things to do in Las Vegas.

Caesars Palace

Forum Food Court: One of my favorite spots to grab a cheap lunch on the Strip, the food court at Caesars offers a diverse set of options including The Halal Guys, DiFara Pizza, Smashburger, Tiger Wok and Ramen, Earl of Sandwich, and TaCo.

A gyro bowl from the halal guys that has meat, rice, hot sauce, tomatoes, and pita triangles.
A gyro bowl from The Halal Guys

Of the options in the food court, my favorite is The Halal Guys. I always get the Gyro Bowl, and it is consistently delicious in addition to being more than enough food for one person.

Pronto by Giada: Pronto offers an assortment of breakfast sandwiches and lunch items like pizza, sandwiches, wraps, and soup for around or a tad over $15.

Exterior of Pronto by Giada at Caesars Palace.

Brioche by Guy Savoy: A cheap breakfast destination, the menu at Brioche by Guy Savoy offers a number of sandwiches for under $10 in addition to muffins, bread, and pastries for around $5 or less.


Nook Express: A quick option, Nook Express serves a selection of inexpensive breakfast sandwiches, personal pizzas, and sandwiches.

The Linq Sandwich Co.: If a hot sandwich is calling your name, check out the Linq Sandwich Co., which offers items like a Philly cheesesteak, meatball sub, and fried chicken sandwich for around $15. A cheap breakfast croissant is also offered if you’re hunting for an inexpensive breakfast.

Jaburritos: Offering a unique twist on sushi, Jaburritos serves both sushi burritos and bowls for around $15, and oftentimes less.

Exterior of Jaburritos along the LINQ Promenade.

Haute Doggery: Another specialty hot dog joint with unique options, Haute Doggery’s dogs start at a $5 price point, with most specialty dogs costing around $7-$8. Haute Doggery can be found on the Linq Promenade as well.

In-N-Out Burger: A fast-food burger chain with a cult following, fans can snag their inexpensive, yet delicious, burgers and fries on the Linq Promenade.

Exterior of In N Out along the LINQ Promenade with a fountain in the foreground.

Dunkin’ Donuts: Found in the hallway past hotel registration and the Purple Zebra, Dunkin’ serves up a number of breakfast sandwiches that can be paired with a coffee for around $10. Of course, they also have the normal assortment of donuts that are relatively cheap as well.


Flamingo Food Court: With options like Bonanno’s New York Style Pizzeria, Johnny Rockets, LA Subs, and Pan Asian, you are bound to find a low-cost option to satisfy your hunger.

Nook Express: Nook Express serves cheap grab-and-go options like breakfast sandwiches, personal pizzas, salads, and sandwiches. The restaurant has moved to the hallway past the hotel registration desk on the way to the self-parking ramp.


Eatwell: A small food stand located near the front entrance to the property nearest Flamingo, Eatwell offers a number of breakfast sandwiches at a $14 price point making for a quick, cheap breakfast. Inexpensive lunch items are also available.

Exterior at Eatwell within Cromwell.


Fulton Street Food Hall: Complete with a noodle bar, pizza by the slice, a live-action burger/taco station, as well as a selection of soups and salads, Harrah’s food hall has numerous cheap meal options.

Fulton Street Food Hall's Entrance at Harrah's.

Fast Food Next Door: Just outside the north entrance on the Strip in between Harrah’s and Casino Royale is a food court with a McDonald’s on the upper level.

The bottom level offers a Chipotle in addition to Chinese and pizza-by-the-slice options. This is typically my personal go-to for fast food on the Strip.

McDonalds arch at Casino Royale
Between Casino Royale and Harrah’s – ©nicknick/123RF.COM

Casino Royale

Food Court: Casino Royale is known for cheap gambling, cheap rooms, and cheap food right on the Las Vegas Strip. Near the back of the property is a few quick, inexpensive food options including a Subway, a Pizza Hut, and a stand that sells foot-long hot dogs for $3.49.

White Castle: A newer addition to the property, White Castle slings sliders around the clock.

Denny’s: A popular and inexpensive chain, Denny’s at Casino Royale can offer a cheap breakfast, lunch, or dinner.


Venetian Food Court: Located right off of Venetian’s casino floor, the food court has a number of cheap options including Earl’s Italian, Tacos N ‘Ritas, Bonnano’s Pizzeria, and San Gennaro Burger.

Grand Canal Shoppes Food Court: Anchored by Johnny Rockets, the food court in the Grand Canal Shops at Venetian has a number of inexpensive dining options including a Subway, Panda Express, Chicken Now, and Chipotle.

Carlo’s Bakery: If a sweet breakfast is what you seek, Carlo’s Bakery offers a selection of breakfast pastries for about $5-$6 each.

Bouchon: While the rest of the menu at Bouchon isn’t exactly “cheap”, Bouchon could be an option at breakfast as an array of danish, croissants, and muffins are available for $6 each or $21 for a pack of 4.

Related: Although not super cheap, Lobster Me offers a solid Lobster Mac & Cheese for about $16. Check it out!

Cheap Eats at The Mirage

The Pantry: Offering an all-day breakfast menu, numerous items at The Pantry land in the $15 range including Pop’s Buttermilk Pancakes that are served with a dusting of sugar.

Snacks: If you’re in the mood for lunch or a light dinner, Snacks serves an assortment of burgers, sandwiches, and salads for $15 +/- a couple of bucks.


Pizzeria Francesco’s: Selling pizza by the slice for as little as $5.95 (cheese) and up for additional toppings, a cheap lunch or snack can easily be had at TI.

Quick Serve Options: TI is also home to a Popeyes Louisiana Chicken and Pick up Stix, which serves Asian cuisine.

Related: I compiled a rundown of cheap burgers, cheap steaks, and cheap prime rib on the Strip and downtown Las Vegas!

Circus Circus

Food Court Options: A newer addition to the Circus Circus culinary scene is a food court that includes Einstein Bagels, Dairy Queen (with grill), Popeye’s, and Pick Up Stix.

Westside Deli: A selection of deli sandwiches, soups, burgers, and even breakfast items, Westside Deli’s fare is almost all priced below $15.

The Pizzeria: Guests can purchase small (8′) personal pan pizzas and a selection of hot sandwiches at Circus Circus’ Pizzeria for under $15.

Slots A Fun: Stop into the small casino just south of Circus Circus for $1.99 hot dogs, shrimp cocktails, and beer. No, it’s not gourmet, but it’s cheap!

McDonald’s: A tried and true go-to cheap, filling, calorie packed meal for many, Circus Circus comes equipped with a Mcdonald’s in the Midway, and another out front in between Slots a Fun and Resorts World.

Related: Circus Circus is also home to one of the cheapest buffets in Las Vegas – See my Circus Circus Buffet Review.

Cheap Eats at Resorts World

Famous Foods Street Eats: Intended to mimic an Asian street market, Famous Foods is a collection of nearly 20 quick-serve restaurant concepts that span the culinary spectrum. Options include Texas BBQ, Chinese, sandwiches, fried chicken, and more.

While not “ultra-cheap”, most entrees cost around $15 and are of better quality than fast food. Below, are a couple of meals I recently ordered. Both were fantastic.

Meal from Geylang Claypot Rice at Resorts World
Rare Steak Noodle Soup from Ten Suns
Rare Steak Noodle Soup from Ten Suns

Other Notable Options

Tacos El Gordo: Even if you have yet to try it, you’ve likely seen people proclaiming Tacos El Gordo’s quality eats at a low price on social media. Located north of Wynn/Encore and across the street from Resorts World, a meal at Tacos el Gordo can easily be constructed for $15 or less.

More on Tacos El Gordo, and how to order can be found here.

Adobada taco from Tacos El Gordo with meat, pico, and avacado sauce dumped on top
An adobada taco from Tacos El Gordo.

Ellis Island: Although not directly on the Strip, it is within walking distance and offers plenty of cheap meal options. The Villiage Pub & Cafe’s menu is packed with sandwiches, burgers, and breakfast options under $15, and the quality you get for the money is strong!

If you’re in the market for a cheap breakfast, give their $9.99 Steak and Eggs special a shot. Although not on the menu, it’s among their most popular value offerings.

NY Strip Steak at Ellis Island Las Vegas
NY Strip Steak , Fried Shrimp, and Mashed Potatoes – $13.99

Stage Door Casino: Located steps behind Cromwell, Stage Door serves a 1/4 pound hot dog for $2.50 in addition to offering $1 beer. The bar and casino certainly aren’t luxurious, but it can be a great spot to eat cheap while playing video poker.

One last suggestion for eating cheap on the Strip is to stock your room with quick meal options from the many convenience stores like Target, CVS, and Walgreens that now line the Strip.

Having sandwich construction materials and snacks at the ready in your room can help you conserve a few bucks to put towards gambling and entertainment, which is clearly more important :).

See also: Check out these 44 easy ways to save money in Las Vegas and these cheap eats on Fremont Street!

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Tuesday 26th of December 2023

Just in Vegas and La Salsa Cantina has raised their breakfast price to $9.99 for the special and across at Blondies it’s up to $5.99!


Thursday 28th of December 2023

@Jake Hoffman, me and my wife went on boxing day and I took pictures of the prices, unless they just happened to raise them, weird!

Jake Hoffman

Tuesday 26th of December 2023

Thanks, Curtis! You sure? I only ask because I ate both of them for the prices mentioned less than 10 days ago,


Sunday 29th of November 2020

If you go to circus circus The west side deli, In the back of the property towards the check in desk. Cheap meals. on average about $10.00 for the meal. Another option is the pizza stand in the middle of the casino. Cheaper pizza and other items like bread sticks and salads. Nice options.

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