Blackjack Tips for Vegas
Las Vegas has some amazing restaurants so you’re probably going to indulge at least a couple of times while you’re on vacation. Eating at gourmet dining rooms and celebrity chef restaurants can add up really quickly though, so you’re also going to want to find some ways to eat without completely blowing your budget.
Luckily there are a few tricks you can use to eat in Vegas and still have enough money left over for the blackjack tables and the nightclubs. Here are a few of our favorites:
Share a meal
We’ve got plenty of restaurants in Vegas that serve monstrously large portions that could easily be split with your buddy — and that means your bill will be split in half too. Try Hash House A Go Go or at The LINQ, Cheesecake Factory at the Forum Shops at Caesars or at Palazzo and Venetian. Carmine’s at the Forum Shops at Caesars is another great option for groups of friends. All of the food is served in large family-style, reasonably-priced portions that you can share.
If you’re dying for your soda fix, buy some at a convenience store on the Strip. If you order one in a restaurant you might be pretty shocked when you get your bill and see you were charged $4 or $5 for that Diet Coke. Just stick with a glass of Lake Mead’s finest when you’re at a restaurant. You need to hydrate yourself in this desert anyway.
Instead of paying for both breakfast and lunch, why not combine the two and just eat brunch? We’ve got lots of in town. Some of them feature all-you-can-eat food for a set price and most also have bottomless booze options you can add on for around $20. Have a few drinks and you’ve more than covered your cost. A word of warning: You’ll probably be taking a nap after brunch if you drink your way through it.
Go to happy hour
Happy hours on the Strip do exist. You just have to know where to look for them and you’ll get great deals on food and drinks. Lucky for you, we did the work for you. Check out this awesome list of the happiest of .
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