22 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in Las Vegas.
Brasa Roja is a Colombian spot a five-minute drive from the Strip where you can get great, and inexpensive, food so bring a few friends.
Viva Las Arepas is one of our favorite lunch places - head to this spot on the Strip for inexpensive Venezuelan arepas and empanadas.
When you need a break from all that is Las Vegas, make the 20-minute drive to Red Rice in Henderson for Chamorro food.
Pizza Rock downtown has more options for styles of pizza than we knew existed - bring a group or come for the late-night Happy Hour.
Crown & Anchor is an English-pub-themed bar close to the Strip where you can post up at the bar and eat pub food.
Whether it’s 4am or 4pm, Roberto’s - a short drive from the Strip - is open and serving tacos, burritos, and our favorite dish, the carne asada fries.
Evel Pie is an aggressively Evel Knievel-themed pizza spot in the Fremont East District downtown.
One the best late-night spots, Starboard Tack is a quick drive from the Strip, and where you’ll find things like Thai mussels and pu-pu platters.
Grand Cafe in the Red Rock Hotel is an affordable choice all day, but their all-nighter menu is our favorite part of coming here late.
Lulu’s in Centennial is a great stop for breakfast before you head on a hike up Mount Charleston.
The Bagel Cafe in Summerlin is a great spot for a group of friends to recount last night over bagels, pastries, and egg sandwiches.
Weiss Deli is on the way to the Hoover Dam in the Green Valley Plaza, so make a pit stop for an excellent breakfast sandwich.
Gritz Cafe probably belongs more in the South than in downtown Las Vegas, but you’ll be grateful for their all-day Southern breakfast menu.
Lola’s in Spring Valley doesn’t feel like it’s in Vegas, from the Cajun-Creole food to the comfortable space with lots of TVs playing Saints games.
Cafe Breizh is a beautiful, airy cafe in Spring Valley known for pastries and crepes.