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Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by waverunner, Jul 28, 2012.

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  1. waverunner

    waverunner BBHMM

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    ............so are there any food courts near Bally's? Haven't been to Vegas in two years but i know MC and Gameworks have food courts but anything closer? I know CP does but i'm speaking about fast food places like Subway, Del Taco, etc.
     
  2. BCguy

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    Flamingo put in a food court a year or so ago. Forget whats there though. Heck Ballys has a couple of fast food places at the back if I remember.
     
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    I've been to sbarro's ? and the Deli at the Sportsbook but i was looking for something like O'Sheas had. I've had surgery on my leg, i can't walk like i used to but maybe i can take the bus up and down the Strip.
     
  4. jgates8

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    I think there are a few places at Casino Royale. And right above Harrah's there is McDonald's & ??Panda Express or Chipoltle (or maybe both?)

    Flamingo has: Bonanno's New York Pizzeria, Pan Asian Express, L.A. Subs, Johnny Rockets - but all a bit pricey.

    I would give you the recommendation that you rent a scooter for the time you are staying. Depending on length of trip it is about $150 for 5 days - more per day if you are renting for a shorter length of time. This will allow you the freedom to move about freely.

    There is Nathan's & Sbarro?? pizza in the back walkway to the monorail behind Ballys - but still quite a hike if you are having problems. Nosh deli in the front of Ballys (near South Tower elevators) has good sandwiches.
     
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    I think Casino Royale has a Subway and maybe a couple of other fast food outlets as well although if you're gonna go that far you might as well go into the Venetian. Nice food court there.
     
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    Thank you. Don't need a scooter, or cane etc. I can walk with just a slight limp but need to rest for a minute or two every so often. No problem standing either, so i will take the Duece. I used to be able to walk from the North Strip to South Strip but taking the bus will be easier. The Duece is $2 per trip, but is the 3 day pass ($20) good no matter how many times you use it?
     
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    I think The Deuce is $5 now for a 2hr pass, that they no longer do the per ride fares.

    And yes the three day pass is use as much as you want.


    For food courts:

    Ballys: has a Nathan's and a Sbarro's
    Flamingo: has an LA Subs, chinese food place, Bonano's and Johnny Rockets
    Harrah's: between them and Casino Royale is a McDonalds, Panda Express, a taco place and a pizza by the slice place.
    Casino Royale: Noble Roman's Pizza, Subway, hot dog place
    Venetian: has an upscale food court

    If you then cross the street...

    Fashion Show Mall: has an extensive food court
    Caesars Palace: has an upscale food court

    then its a long gap until...

    Monte Carlo: has a McDonalds, Subway, Sbarro's and a place that does chinese food and mexican
    NYNY: has an upscale food court
    Excalibur: has a pizza hut, quiznos, mcdonalds
    Luxor: they were changing their food court last time we were there. There should still be a McDonalds there and a Bonano's Pizza, not sure what else will be there by now though.
    Mandalay Bay: has an upscale food court

    Then we cross the street heading back to Bally's...

    AM/PM: you can get taquitos, hot dogs, burgers and nachos there
    MGM Grand: McDonalds, Nathan's, a pizza place and a chinese food place.
    Showcase Mall: a few different places to eat there, been a while since we were there though (iirc it was a Wendy's, a taco place, a chinese food place... etc)
    Planet Hollywood: its not a food court, but they do have a mcdonald's now.

    And then we are back at Bally's
     
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    Thank you. I think the 3 day pass will work just fine knowing i can use it unlimited times.
     
  9. thenuke1

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    why not try the food court at ballys ???????

    NY Pretzel, nathans, Sbarro, ice cream, bar.

    its actually a cool spot at ballys
     
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    Stage door hot dog and beer special?
     
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    You can pick up a 24 hour bus pass for 7 bucks. Much more reasonable than the 5 buck for 2 hours. Ballys is pretty much in the central, so easy walking to most of the food courts. There is a huge one next to the MGM. Back of ballys has a few good options as well.
     
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