Most of my favorites are still around (Texas Station buffet, Cafe Cortez, DuPar's at Golden Gate, In-N-Out Burger (I am from an SEC state; In-N-Out is not here, except that it is just arriving in Texas). Those i miss are actually "Cheapo Food" places. First, I miss Uncle Joe's Pizza in Fremont East. You could get a "Feast for Two", including a large pizza, a large Spaghetti & meatballs, and a large lasagna, with refillable drinks, for $19.99...in 2013. They always had the Yankees' games on the TV, and they would be openly cheering for the Bronx Bombers. Everyone signed the walls, too. Second, I miss the Burger King at the Riviera. When I first started going to Las Vegas from a nearby Air Force Base, you could play nickel slots right near the Burger King, right inside the southwest corner. When the place was slow, you could call out your order, and they would bring you...more fries and a drink refill, taking your money when they got to your slot machine seat. This was in 1987-1990, during the aptly-named "Burger King Revolution" (Reference is the "Roll the Bones" book by Dr. Dave Schwartz). Slots, video poker, Burger King delivery...what more could you want? (Well, I did want more. GLOW performed at the Riv in those days. GLOW - Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. I loved that stuff.) Now I play downtown. Fremont Gene!