Foodie Guide to Las Vegas : On a Budget

Foodie Guide to Las Vegas

When I started planning my trip to Vegas I was most excited about all the different kinds of restaurants and bars that Vegas has to offer. If you follow Travel Insider you will know why. However I did not have unlimited funds to spend. If you are like me and would like to try some amazing food, while not emptying out your savings, then check out my Foodie Guide to Las Vegas.

The Oak & Ivy

Oak & Ivy Bar

The Oak & Ivy is a whiskey bar serving up some of the best drinks in Vegas. Located in the Container Park, less than a 5 min walk from Fremont Street. Here you will find creative, hand crafted drinks that change seasonally. Most of the drinks there are between $13 – $16, which is a lot more affordable than most places you will find on the strip. If you don’t feel like staying for a drink, ask for it in a plastic to go cup, and head to Fremont St.

Cheffini's Hot Dogs

Cheffini's Hot Dogs

The Oak & Ivy is a whiskey bar serving up some of the best drinks in Vegas. Located in the Container Park, less than a 5 min walk from Fremont Street. They serve creative, hand crafted drinks that change seasonally. Most of the drinks there are between $13 – $16, which is a lot more affordable than most places you will find on the strip. If you don’t feel like staying for a drink, ask for it a plastic cup, and you can enjoy your cocktail on the go.

Eggslut

Egg Slut

What to say about Eggslut… it is inexpensive, has ridiculously long lines, but is absolutely worth the wait! Most items are under $10 and really, the line goes by pretty fast. If you want to have a quick, tasty bite, to start your day, then this is the place for you.

Ramen-Ya

Ramen-ya

Ramen-Ya is a small restaurant located in the Bazaar Shops at Bally’s. It is a great meal if you need something quick. You can also get it to go, if you don’t want to eat in.

Secret Pizza

Also located in the Cosmopolitan, is Secret Pizza. This “hidden” gem serves up New York style pizza, and is on the third floor up the escalators. You wont find a sign announcing where it is, that’s what makes it a “secret”. Just look for the narrow hallway lined with records. 

Gordon Ramsay Steak

Foodie Guide to Las Vegas

If you want to eat here on a budget sit at the bar. I wanted to try the sticky toffee pudding, and my friend  wanted the wagyu beef sliders. You can sit in the dining room. However since the items we wanted to try were on the appetizer and dessert menu, we didn’t want to take a table from someone who was going to have a full meal. Gordon Ramsay Steak is 100% worth trying. The service was excellent, the sticky toffee pudding was everything I hopped for, and we got a free pre-appitzier of different kinds of bread.

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