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Inexpensive lunch/dinner for group of 15?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Backagain1, Jun 15, 2014.

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  1. Backagain1

    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    Suggestions, maybe pizza for a group of 15 on strip or Freemont street?
     
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    What is the average age of the group? Any particular type, such as Italian, Asian cuisine, etc?
     
  3. Backagain1

    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    45 year olds with a few children and we will be footing the bill.
    The type makes no difference.
     
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    I have seen groups of similar size at the 777 Brewpub at Main Street Station, downtown.

    They have something for everyone, and are economical .
     
  6. Backagain1

    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    Thank you both!
     
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    We ate there years ago and enjoyed the food and atmostphere but felt it was a little pricey for our low, low roller budget.

    If you are looking to keep it simple and plan ahead I would do a buffet downtown. You can get a good deal at the MSS Garden Court buffet. http://www.mainstreetcasino.com/dine/garden-court-buffet 7.99 for lunch, 10.99 for dinner depending on the night. It's highly recommended here on the board as a good value.

    Pizza would go the furthest for the money. I don't know of places on the strip or downtown but if you can get everyone a little off strip I can't recomend Metro Pizza enough. They have a couple locations that are straight shots off Las Vegas Blvd. http://www.metropizza.com/location

    Let us know how where you end up and how it went!

    Cin
     
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    Fremont street? It has got to be Pizza Rock. Food is great, value is good.

    2 ceasar salads, 2 large pizzas, four beers and a bottle of wine was 96 bucks plus tip in Feb. They can easily cater for a large group. Pizzas are good for 2 hungry adults or 3-4 kids each.

    http://pizzarocklasvegas.com/
     
  9. jrinct1

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    If downtown agree with that call. On the strip Peppermill or Grand Luxe Café..
     
  10. Backagain1

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    Wonderful! Thanks again everyone.
     
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    Do the 777 Brewpub at Main Street Station. The restaurant is very open so it will be easy for them to accommodate a group your size. Less than 15 bucks per adult before drink orders. I haven't been disappointed by anything I've ordered there. Micro beers are good and cheap, this coming from someone who is spoiled by all the good beers available up here in the NW.
     
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