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Fulton Street Food Hall

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by waverunner, Oct 6, 2014.

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  1. waverunner

    waverunner BBHMM

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    I will be in Vegas next month. Reading Vegas Chatter, Harrah's has a new Food "Hall". This place seems a nice alternative to a normal food court like at Bally's, Monte Carlo, and FSM.
    It seems to be an upscale food court, but at prices around $10. There's a huge variety 24 hours a day, sort of like a buffet with food stations 24 hours.

    It reminds me of the LA Auto Show..........pick and choose what you want and pay at a central location.
    That will be my first stop when i get to Vegas.

    http://www.vegaschatter.com/story/2014/9/25/12743/9956/vegas-travel/Fulton+Street+Food+Hall+Now+Open+At+Harrah's
     
  2. leo21

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    Interested in it too. I wish I could get a peek at the breakfast menu but no one's posted it so far.
     
  3. sybgal

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    We will also try it in December....they've needed something like this in that area a long time...
     
  4. MTMONGO

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    We are going to try it out on Thursday. I will let you know how it is.
     
  5. waverunner

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    I've tried every place online for the breakfast menu but no luck. I love the fact that you can eat breakfast at 4 am and it's in a separate dining room.
    Also glad to hear Fulton Street accepts TR cards for discounts.

    Hopefully someone in here has been to Fulton St. and can chime in on the Breakfast menu.

    @ MTMONGO

    Can't wait to hear about it.
     
  6. bcc

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    I don't have the breakfst menu, but I was there last week. The breakfast tables in the food hall were crammed full of people eating. There was a longish line waiting to get in. Better to eat Harrah's breakfast buffet - it's easy and the food is excellent.

    New: On weekdays, the Diamond/Platinum entrance to the buffet has been moved to the main entrance. There is a special line for Diamond/Platinum there. You still get seated in the Diamond section.

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  7. UTE

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    Looking forward to trying this out - particularly during off-hours.

    Bill
     
  8. cuteje

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    We stayed at Harrah's at the beginning of the month when the food hall was newly open. We had some simple Chinese food for a late dinner, sitting at the bar instead of the tables. Food tasted surprisingly good for fast, cook-to-order Chinese food. They take TR Quick Rewards.
    The next morning we were choosing between their sit-down breakfast or Guy Fieri's. The breakfast menu looked decent but seeing how crammed the tables were and it looked crowded, we walked next door to Guy Fire I instead. Sorry, no photos but the impression of the menu was not bad. Standard fares with some interesting varieties.
    My last stop to the food hall was for something like a smoothie or milkshake. They offered neither. I got a frozen hazelnut coffee drink instead and it could have been better. Almost wished i went to Starbucks instead. The coffee place takes Quick Rewards as well.
    It was more like a food court. Each place had their own cashier.
    Hope this helps. (My first post on vmb =)
     
  9. cards4ever

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    I walked through here this past weekend, I passed on what I looked at. $15 for a solo pizza? $13-10 for a sandwich? Go to Subway at Casino Royale or go to Carnegie if you want to pay for a good sandwich. I wasn't impressed.
     
  10. oldarmy

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    I think it is has a lot of options. I did see a lot of folks eating full size pizza's. They have subs and sushi/noodle area. I tried the coffee not the best will walk the extra distance to Starbucks next time. They have a very nice bar that seemed to always have customers. I think it is a great use of the space. I checked out the new bar in the front of the property it was very nice also.
     
  11. goldengreeke

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    Had steak and eggs there last Sunday for breakfast. It was hot and good but the service was so slow that we almost missed our plane. Got seated right away in the Diamond line but took twenty minutes before the waitress stopped by to take our order and another 20 minutes to get our food.

    If you have a whole hour to kill for breakfast it's okay but I won't be back.
     
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