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5.99 Steak and Eggs at Arizona Charlies/Boulder Station?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Champster1, Sep 6, 2020.

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  1. Champster1

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    Thinking about trying a couple of new casinos, especially ones that have a attractive food deal. Been reading a few posts about "sketchy" and "dumpy" casinos. Sort of peaked my interest since I only do Strip, Downtown and a couple off strip (Palace Station, Orleans Gold Coast) properties.. I was surprised by the various meal deals at these locations. Any thoughts about these or other deals is appreciated

    I have a rental, probably a mini van (if all 5 family members show up in Vegas too) so getting to from wont be a problem.
     
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    My BFFs new favorite breakfast place is the coffee shop at Jerry's Nugget.

    Here's their menu

    http://www.jerrysnugget.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/post_1-1-20_JFCS-menu.pdf

    My go-to breakfast place is Magnolia's Veranda at QQQQ
    Here's a their menu

    http://www.fourqueens.com/pdf/magnolia_limited_menu.pdf

    Another place I'd recommend is the Sterling Spoon Cafe at Silver Sevens. Here's their menu

    https://www.silversevenscasino.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Sterling_Spoon_menu-9-20.pdf
     
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    Appreciate you buddy. I forgot about the Sterling Spoon at Silver Seven. I’ve done some late night meals there. Good food great portions and solid price. Will be spend a couple of days downtown Lil sis did speak highly about Magnolias also

    I believe I visited Jerry’s Nuggets years ago after leaving the Neon Museum ( i could be wrong) Didn’t eat there ( i believe because it was real late ). I’ve read numerous good reports here about them. Thanks
     
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    I've eaten and stayed at AZ Charlies Boulder. I didn't get the steak and eggs but I got the ham and eggs special. It's one of those huge ham steaks with the bone in. It was excellent. I've had the country fried steak for dinner that is as big as the plate. Lots of food. I'm going to give the Earl Grey Cafe a visit this trip at Rampart Casino. They have an extensive breakfast menu and early riser special until 9 A.M.
    https://theresortatsummerlin.com/dining/casual-dining/earl-grey-cafe/
     
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    Had steak and eggs at AZ Charlie's once and it was awful. Other late night specials are fine at Charlie's.

    One place you might want to check out is Longhorn on Boulder. Small, smoky casino, low limits and solid. cheap eats.
     
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    It's interesting that this was the top newest post when I logged on (for the first time in a while), since I *JUST* booked a last-minute stay at Arizona Charlie's. I'll be there Tuesday-Thursday on a two-night comp. (No resort fees on the comp!)

    I have only stayed there once, in October of last year. We did the steak and eggs special then. I thought it was worth the $5.99. The steak was very, very thin, though. I'm guessing they must have changed the steak, because their menu says it's a 6oz steak, and what I was served last time almost certainly wasn't. I'll be getting this particular special on Wednesday morning, so I'll check back in then and let you know. (and post a pic!)
     
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    The best steak and eggs I had for cheap was at the South Point on the way to the airport. It was delicious and a big meal.
     
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    Which AZ Charlie's did you go to? Boulder Hwy or Decatur?
    I had the steak & eggs at the Decatur location a few years ago & it was good.
     
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    You want a cheap breakfast? It doesn't get any cheaper or breakfaster than the Klondike Sunset restaurant. With the specials, it may be the least expensive full service restaurant in the developed world. I have gone there with my kids several times. Service requires some patience here, it's usually understaffed but the food is good better than Arizona Charlie's on Decatur imho. Leaving a 20% tip on a $1.49 breakfast isn't cool; please consider that the staff is trying to survive when tipping. I tip more like 100% here.
     
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    I did the Dailun and checked out Klondike menu. Definitely some good prices. Don’t see $1.49 breakfast but some considerably close


    http://www.klondikesunset.com/klondike-grill/menu/
     
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    lately I’ve noticed a lot of conversation on these boards about South Point. They appear to be the only casino with all their restaurants open. Looks like the. Coronado cafe covers any type of meal you want , including breakfast

    http://places.singleplatform.com/coronado-cafe-0/menu?menu_id=3563134#menu_3563134
     
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    I haven't been there in a couple years but their best deals are usually specials.
     
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    Will check them out after I visit GVR!
     
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    Probably my fault you were reading about the sketchy and dumpy places...sorry...

    I'll second the recommendation for Longhorn, they have a really good cheap breakfast. While I didn't try it, my friend has and said it's great.

    Also Joker's Wild had some good food specials listed, and their diner/cafe looked decent.
     
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    Boulder. I did a Boulder trip years ago and ate at the cafe a couple of late nights. I thought the steak was tough and stringy but the other meals I had there were great value.
     
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