Three delicious budget-friendly eats in Las Vegas
Foodies rejoice! Las Vegas is known for its gambling, its glitter, and its glamorous nightlife, but the place is also a gastronomic haven.
Some of the best restaurants on Planet Earth are located in Vegas, many of which will set you back a pretty penny, dime and often a goodly number of Ben Franklins.
99 Convention Center Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Want one of the best burgers in town in one of Vegas’s swankiest and most stylish establishments? Then The Barrymore is for you: one part pub, one part classic English library, and one part 1930s speakeasy, the dark, sumptuous décor cocoons you in velvet and leather. And the food is just as gorgeous, with American Classic cuisine paired with local craft beer and handcrafted cocktails.
In the end, get the burger. And get a reservation: (702) 407-5303.
9500 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89123
Versatile, affordable and downright delicious, crepes are perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert. Vegas favorite Crepe Expectations has the batter down to a science – and even includes gluten-free batters – so that, whether you choose sweet or savory, you’ll always get a meal you relish.
Dividing the menu into “Savory Yum” and “Sweet Yum,” the chefs here cater to every taste bud: take your crepe to Little Italy with pepperoni, mozzarella, and a tomato-garlic-basil sauce. Or stuff it with veggies such as red bell peppers, mushrooms, zucchini and red onion. Or take a walk on the sweet side, pairing it with buttered pears, perhaps? Add in some goat cheese and candied walnuts and honey and you’ve got The Avalon. Cheap and delicious. We like that.
9595 S Eastern Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89123
You like thin crust? You’ll love Grimaldi’s. One of Vegas’s most beloved pizza joints, Grimaldi’s serves New York, thin-style pizza and fantastic drinks.
A Riviera tip for you: try to sit out on the patio. It’s a great atmosphere that enhances the meal.
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