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Late night dinner options

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Fraggle, Jun 12, 2012.

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  1. 4dazeoff

    4dazeoff Low-Roller

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    Triple 7 brew pub at Main Street Station. A short walk from GN. Casual, good food, selection, beers and great prices! good luck!:beer:
     
  2. worldtraveler661

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    I had Fatburger at 6:30am this past Sunday. :) It should have been a breakfast meal but I didnt sleep yet so its a late night meal.
     
  3. Suekel

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    It can be pricey, true, but they do have some good late night specials.
     
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  4. Fraggle

    Fraggle Low-Roller

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    ahhhhhhhhhh! that is a good idea. I didn't know they were open late for food service. Thanks for the tips!
     
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    Vegas Name Ron Mexico Low-Roller

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    Mr. Lucky's @ Hard Rock for the $7.77 gambler's special. Or Earl's @ Planet Hollywood for a great sandwich.
     
  6. jrinct1

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    Would second Grand Luxe or Peppermill.
     
  7. Hugh Jass

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    I stay at the Nugget most of the time I go to Vegas. There are some good late night options close by. Magnolia's Garden right next door at the 4 Queens is open all night. Food is decent, some specials with player's card, and you don't need to dress up. Binion's Cafe is decent - good food with a cafeteria atmosphere. One of my favorite late night places to eat is Dupar's at the Golden Gate. A little more pricey, but have really enjoyed every meal I've had there.

    And, I agree with you about the Carson Street Cafe at the Nugget. Not a big fan. There's not anything really wrong with it. Just doesn't do much for me.
     
  8. IloveBJ

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    Palace Station oyster bar

    The combo pan roast at the Palace Station oyster bar (16 barstools, open 24/7) is probably the best thing I ever ate, anytime, anywhere.
     
  9. drummerboy

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    Two nice options close to the strip

    A really great option if you are up for authentic Chinese or Dim Sum is Ping Pang Pong located in the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino - about 3/4 mile West of the Strip on Flamingo Rd. Open till 3 am. We think it is the best Chinese in Vegas and it has a nice atmosphere. A mile West of the strip on Tropicana is the Orleans Hotel and Casino. They have a great 24 hour coffee shop with excellent meals like homemade meatloaf dinners, chicken, steak, sandwiches, etc. Both are fun places and we have never had a bad meal at either. AND...both are Very reasonable.
     
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