Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by tagac27, Apr 1, 2014.
Are there any good places to eat at Aria that are not too expensive? Any deals? Thanks a lot!
Most of them have either happy hour and/or early evening menus that are a good deal. Lunch is usually cheaper as well. If all else fails, the food court at Monte Carlo is really easy to get to from the Aria.
There are a surprising number of happy hours there. Off the top of my head, there are good happy hours at American Fish and Sirio, plus as mentioned, a lot of places have early evening deals. Lemongrass is a mid-ranged restaurant with excellent food; it's not "cheap", but it's not Le Cirque. There's also always Five50 if you're really just looking for low-cost food.
Yes, the American Fish happy hour is one of the best on the strip for quality food and drinks
JP Patisserie, while not as inexpensive as the Monte Carlo food court, has reasonably affordable items.
Most of the restaurants at Aria have prix fixe pre-theater menues that fit this bill. I wouldn't say cheap, but a decent deal compared to their standard menus. Aria has a good app for iPhone/iPad as well with links to the menus.
Julian Serrano is fantastic, and the small plates could lend themselves to a "budget" small meal. Get the scallops!
I believe someone said on this message board awhile ago that julian serrano had either a special lunch menu or happy hour menu.
I would go there. And do the short ribs!!!
Yep, 2nd the American Fish happy hour. $5 small plates which are really yummy - truffle mac and cheese and lobster roll are my favorites!
Google social hour at cos.opolitan. super good deals there
javiers is really not too bad as long as you stay away from fish or steak dishes and the $15 margaritas
As someone said, Five50 is great for pizza and beer. They have some decent salads too that the ladies in our group seemed to like. They have other apps also.
For lunch, if you don't want a buffet, I'd check out Milos next door at Cosmo. For $22 you get an excellent 3 course meal with app, main course, and dessert.
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