Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by MrSeanHiggs, Aug 10, 2015.
Staying at Harrah's for the first time.. -- Any thoughts on some tasty spots to get my eat on?
We always enjoy Harrah's Buffet. Here's a video my son made a few months ago.
Note: When he says one of the best buffets in Las Vegas, he's comparing it to ones in the same price range: Planet Hollywood, Paris, etc.
Last month I sat with a large group of friends while they ate at the Oyster Bar. I wasn't hungry but the food they were served looked decent.
On a separate note, I miss Mings and KGB
Fulton Street Food Hall is a weird place. Some good food. Lots of choice. It seems that certain times they do table service, but its also self serve. I finally tried it this last trip.
Friends said the Chinese was good. I had a soup that was good. I had a slice of pizza that was not impressive.
Right outside Harrah's is a building with a McD's, Chipotle, Panda Express.
I might hit the desserts first!! Thanks Candy.
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McD's Chipotle and Panda Express!! Come on Savage-- I can have those anywhere LOL
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Thanks UK -- I like seafood, so I was thinking about going to the Oyster Bar
Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill - Some excellent hot wings. I have to stop there at least once every trip for a basket of wings and a beer.
Sure miss KGB. Great burgers and service. Poor Kerry, hope he is doing better.
I liked the salad bar type place at Fulton Street but I'll eat a salad pretty much anywhere.
Toby Keith's I Love this Bar and Grill for sure. Its a favorite every trip. The portions are huge and very reasonable for Vegas. I overlook the waitresses in the assless chaps, cause the BF doesn't really look anyway. At least I've never seen him look.
Toby Keiths is our favorite place--great food and just fun---don't miss it
Diamond Lounge..................my wife is a cheap date! Harrahs buffet is a good breakfast option.
I am a big wing guy. So I will have to try Toby Keith's place now. Always on the look out for great wings
They serve them in a basket of 8, with all 3 pieces still connected: drumlette, winglette, and tip. You throw the tips out and enjoy the rest. Can't wait to go get some in 3 weeks. :banana:
havent tried toby keiths yet, have a friend who goes there every trip and loves it....but I must say, harrahs buffets is the worst place ive been to in vegas for food...it was on a thursda, very small and the seafood was all cold. i would have asked for my money back but it was free...they have many places very close by right outside harrahs for food
All together?... I am a de-winging pro since a friend of mine owns a place at the Jersey Shore. I don't mind getting my hands dirty!
Cold seafood.. Unless it was a Shrimp Cocktail or something else that was suppose to be cold, I would have said something to. Sometimes places have a bad day. I usually do the Caesars buffet for my buffet fix though
Oyster bar is kind of a hidden Vegas gem. Small but very good. Sad to see KGB go but burger joints are a dime a dozen in Vegas. I know Ruth's Chris is a chain but the food is good and the view (which the don't advertise for some reason) is pretty awesome. A little tip: The Starbucks by the lobby is usually packed...but there is one on the second floor up the escalator near Toby Keith's and the monorail that usually has a much shorter wait.
Guy Fieri's is pretty decent, and has a nice patio. I know, it is at the Linq, but close enough.
I agree about Ruths Chris. Also it up and away from the casino and busyness. It's a nice quite slowdown place to eat.
Always been a good room, regardless the name over the door.
Harrahs always has been middling in its food offerings, and that's a good fit for the place. We're not exactly buffet-ers but when we did dabble from time to time Harrah's came out well well down the line of goodness.
I really liked The Range, so I'll have to try Ruth's Chris at some point.
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