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Downtown Munchies

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Breeze147, Jun 26, 2016.

  1. Breeze147

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    It's 2:00 A.M., you are at the Golden Nugget and you have to have something to eat right now.

    Where do you go?
     
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    Haven't stayed there in awhile, but the sports bar used to have
    a pretty good place to get a sandwich or chicken tenders. Also the
    cafe used to be open 24 hours. Don't know if they still are 24 hour places
    but ate at both and not bad. I had a reuben sandwich at the sports bar minus
    the sauerkraut and it was good. Not huge like at a deli - but good.
     
  3. jamesxnj

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    Planning a trip Breeze? I would like to have a beer with you sometime.
    I'd pay for room service if I didn't scope the place out first for late night..
     
  4. Breeze147

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    16 days and a wake up. I've stayed at GN 5 times, just fishing for a new perspective.
     
  5. Mrs. K.

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    The hot dog place at the D or Dupars. In GN only? No idea.
     
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    Dupar's or Pizza Rock (not sure if Pizza Rock is open that late weekdays).
     
  7. Breeze147

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    No, any place close will do.
     
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    If I'm by myself, I run into Walgreens and grab a sandwich, chips, or whatever and head back to the room.

    With a group, probably hit up Dupars.
     
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    Is DuPars 24/7? If so this would be my choice.

    Breeze, there's a place at GN called Claim Jumper, 24/7 restaurant that has good food.
     
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    777 and then go play some VP at the Boar Bar
     
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    Subway at 4 Queens has filled the need for us many nights when we need to eat right now.

    Weird - I tried to google the hours to make sure it was open at 2 am but can't even see it listed on the 4Q website, they only list their own restaurants.

    I'm pretty sure it's open late night though.
     
  12. Mrs. K.

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    Definitely Dupars then.
     
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    Dylan's for great pancakes, pies, soups and sandwiches.
    Magnolia's at 4 Queens.
     
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    Ditto!
     
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    I've been hearing about DuPars for years but have never been. We may have a winner here. Is this in the rear of Golden Gate?
     
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    dupars...used to be at the back of golden gate...moved to the side a few years ago...still good.
     
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    The side towards the Plaza, but enter from Fremont.
     
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    Mine is Binions Cafe Hobo Stew with a piece of cornbread. Have them pack it up to take back to the room. Always reminds me of a soup my mother used to make growing up.
     
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    Hot dog schleppers at the D most likely. Pizza Rock will be closed by then, otherwise my favorite for a quick downtown snack.

    JW
     
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    It's a new tradition that I always get Magnolia's Steak and Egg breakfast on the first day.

    See, this is what's cool about Fremont. All of these places within a 5 minute walk.