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Where can I eat cheap around Flamingo?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by DonnyC, Aug 4, 2015.

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  1. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    Where can I eat cheap around Flamingo?

    We have our suppers taken car of - via MyVegas

    We will probably have lunch once at Stage Door and once at Chipolte.

    Where else near by can we find cheap breakfast or lunch?
     
  2. WickedWife

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    Just tagging along on this post as we will be there later this month and would love to know of some cheap eats in the area.
     
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    Ellis Island is ten minutes away. Very cheap and excellent cafe food and bbq.
     
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    Casino Royale.
     
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    White Castle is at casino royale
    Two chipotles , one is inside the venetian
    Noodle asia isn't bad for lunch at Venetian $13-15 for combination beef, pork and seafood with fried rice or noodles
     
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    Ellis Island is probably just about it for 'cheap' in the area.

    Myself I tend to gravitate to a late breakfast at the Paris buffet. Not cheap, but not bad value when it is functioning as breakfast and lunch. Also in paris JJ's boulangerie isn't bad for a quick bite on the go, but I don't know that I'd call it cheap.
     
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    The new food court inside Harrah's isn't too bad and has plenty of options.
     
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    There is also a Denny's right in that area - I have never been in a Denny's so I am not sure what the price point is, but you can always check!
     
  10. Jon E Coyote

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    Flamingo has a food court, the Pizza joint in the Flamingo is good and pretty reasonable. Stage door got rid of a lot of their food items and raised the prices, but the booze is still dirt cheap:)

    Shake Shack and Earl of Sandwich are both good and cheap, but a bit of a walk.
     
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    Here are two inexpensive options for breakfast or lunch: La Creperie (sp?) right across from the Paris buffet and Earl of Sandwich at Planet Hollywood! :thumbsup:
     
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    Earl of Sandwich in PH or the food court in Caesars.
     
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    I seem to remember in Miracle Mile (Planet Hollywood) that La Salsa Cantina was advertising full breakfast for $3.99. Not sure if it included a drink or not though. I think the same place outside Caesars was advertising it too a few weeks ago.
     
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    I agree on Ellis Island.....just a long block down Flamingo Dr behind Bally's. Cheap but very good.
     
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    May be worth getting Las Vegas Advisor book for lots of coupons.
     
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    There is also a food court by the sports book in Ballys. Not too far of a walk. I miss the Burger King at the old O Sheas.
     
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    Maybe linq yardhouse for happy hour? There is also a groupon for cabo wabo for %50 off
     
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    When did stage door do that?

    They still got the hotdog and beer?
     
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    they still have it listed...but they don't way what the breakfast items are...do you know?
     
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    they still have it listed...but they don't way what the breakfast items are...do you know?
     
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