From a quick bite to a multi-course gourmet meal, you can find whatever restaurant you want in Downtown Las Vegas!

For years, eating during a trip “Downtown” meant finding a place at one of the casinos on Fremont Street. Nowadays, there’s a wide-ranging bar and restaurant scene across Las Vegas Boulevard from the casino district in an area known as “Fremont East.” There are also several non-casino options on Fremont Street and within a block or two.

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Quick Bites on or near Fremont Street

Project BBQ Las Vegas

HOURS: Mon – Thurs: 11 am – 2 am  |  Fri – Sat: 11 am – 4 am  |  Sun: 11 am – 3 am

What started as a food truck in the area was so popular it actually became incorporated into the construction of the new Circa Resort a few years ago. Project BBQ Las Vegas is Carolina barbecue at its best and can be found at the head of Fremont Street, near the Main Street Stage (which usually has a fun cover band playing!).

Project BBQ food shot

International Eatery

HOURS: Sun – Thurs: 11 am – 11 pm | Fri – Sat: 11 am – 1 am

The International Eatery, inside Neonopolis at 450 Fremont Street, offers – as the name implies – a variety of cuisines, usually including Mexican, Italian, and Chinese. The menu is always changing, so be sure to check out your options.

American Coney Island

HOURS: Open 24 Hours

Hot dogs, chili fries, burgers, gyro sandwiches… Do I have your attention? Satisfy a quick craving for a reasonable price at American Coney Island, under the outside escalator at The D Casino. There is a small seating area or you can grab and go watch the many street performers!

White Castle

HOURS: Open 24 Hours

Right across the street from the Eatery is a place East Coasters swear by: White Castle. Please note that Harold and Kumar sightings are rare. Famous for its sliders and open 24/7.

Fast casual on Fremont Street in the Casino District

Heart Attack Grill

HOURS:Daily 11 am – 10 pm

The name says it all: Heart Attack Grill! Some burger joints try to pretend they aren’t that bad for you… but this place revels in its badness! The theme is taken to extremes, from the waitresses dressed as nurses to diners wearing hospital gowns. And did we mention you get a spanking if you don’t finish your meal?!?

Located at the corner of Fremont Street and Las Vegas Blvd – just look for the sign that says, “Over 350 LBS Eats Free”!

Heart Attack Grill sign

Triple 7 Restaurant & Microbrewery

HOURS: Fri – Sat: 5 pm – 11 pm | Sun, Mon & Thurs: 5 pm – 10 pm | Tues – Wed: CLOSED

If you love good beer, head to the Main Street Station Casino and check out Triple 7 Restaurant & Microbrewery. Scour their huge menu of pub food, sushi, and excellent hand-made beer.

Tony Roma’s

HOURS: Daily 4:30 pm – 11 pm

The only remaining Tony Roma’s restaurant in Las Vegas is inside the Fremont Hotel/Casino! Ribs, steaks, chicken, and seafood are available, as is the signature Kickin’ Shrimp appetizer, but the best bargain in town might be the $8.99 prime rib special.

Only available from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm, with the special, you get a generous cut of meat and two sides – definitely an old-time Vegas deal!

Chicago Brewing Co.

HOURS: Daily 11:30 am – 1:30 am

Another top spot for beer and good bar eats is Chicago Brewing Co. inside the Four Queens Hotel/Casino. The pizza is excellent and cigars are available for those who imbibe!

Fine Dining on Fremont Street in the Casino District

Redwood Steakhouse

HOURS: Daily 11 am – 10 pm

One of our favorites is the hidden gem, Redwood Steakhouse, inside the Hawaiian-themed California Hotel/Casino. There is something for every diner, from the bone-in ribeye steak to the Colorado lamb chops to the seared scallop and shrimp platter.

Save room for dessert, especially the Apple Dumpling! Service is excellent. Reservations are suggested, as the dining room does get busy.

Redwood Steakhouse steak and sides

Hugo’s Cellar

HOURS: Daily 5 pm – 10 pm

Look to Hugo’s Cellar inside Four Queens for the consummate old-school Vegas dining experience in Downtown. The ladies are greeted with a long-stemmed red rose upon arrival. Most diners relax in deep booths – just like you could imagine Frank or Dean would have done.

The menu includes steaks, lobster, beef wellington, Caesar salads prepared tableside, and desserts. The bananas foster and Cherries Jubilee are prepared tableside.

Top of Binion’s Steakhouse

HOURS: Fri – Sat: 5 pm – 11 pm | Sun, Mon & Thurs: 5 pm – 10pm | Tues – Wed: CLOSED

In 1965, when The Mint Tower was completed, it was one of the tallest structures in all of Nevada. Today, with The Mint having long been folded into Binion’s, the Top of Binion’s Steakhouse still has memorable views of Downtown, and great food. Aged Black Angus beef is carved in-house, and the maple bourbon glazed pork belly is to die for!

Golden Nugget Restaurants

With the purchase of the Golden Nugget Casino brand by Tilman Fertita, the confluence of Landry’s restaurants and the Nugget brand was cemented. This means several fine dining options are available inside the Golden Nugget on Fremont Street, depending on your tastes!

Chart House and its 75,000-gallon aquarium (a must-see Downtown) serves great seafood and slow-roasted prime rib, Vic & Anthony’s got its start in Houston and the original location regularly makes lists of “Top Ten Steakhouses in America,” while Saltgrass Steak House is a more affordable option for families.

Chart House Steak and Shrimp

Chart House

HOURS: Mon – Thurs: 4 pm – 10 pm | Fri – Sat: 12 pm – 10 pm

Vic & Anthony’s

HOURS: Sun – Thurs: 5 pm – 10 pm | Fri – Sat: 5 pm – 11 pm

Saltgrass Steakhouse

HOURS: Sun, Mon & Thurs: 9 am – 10 pm | Tues – Wed: 4 pm – 11 pm | Fri – Sat: 9 am – 11 pm

Old-School Vibes

If you are looking for something with an old-school vibe and upscale flair, we have two options. Barry’s Downtown Prime inside Circa, and Andiamo Italian Steakhouse inside The D. Both feature exquisite steaks and are flush with homages to Vegas’ past. Both are great options if you want to impress a date or even your significant other.

Barrys Prime steak

Barry’s Downtown Prime

HOURS: Sun – Thurs: 5 pm – 10 pm | Fri – Sat: 5 pm – 11 pm

DRESS CODE: Business/Upscale Casual

Andiamo Italian Steakhouse

HOURS: Hours: Daily 5 pm – 11 pm

Fremont East & Nearby

While further away from the casino district, all of the following restaurants are still within walking distance.

Fremont Street Experience overhead screen at night

Le Thai

HOURS: Mon – Thurs: 11 am – 10 pm | Fri – Sat: 11 am – 11 pm | Sun: 4 pm – 10 pm

Le Thai is one of the tastiest and most popular spots on East Fremont. Located at 523 East Fremont St, the signature dish is a three-color curry, but everything is delicious. Founded in 2011, some credit Le Thai for helping build the popularity of East Fremont.

Therapy Las Vegas

HOURS: Mon – Wed: 11 am – 12 am | Thurs – Sun: 11 am – 3 am (21+ all day)
NOTE: 21+ after 5 pm on Tues – Thurs

Therapy Las Vegas, at 518 East Fremont Street, is more than just a bar and restaurant! It is part of the thriving East Fremont weekend brunch scene (much more on that later), with a 21+ brunch with a DJ on Saturday and Sunday, and Thursday-Sunday after 9 pm late night menu with DJ. Brunches include bottomless mimosas!

Park On Fremont

HOURS: Wed – Thurs: 5 pm – 10 pm | Fri – Sat: 11 am – 12 am | Sun: 11 am – 10 pm

Park on Fremont, at 506 East Fremont Street, is another great brunch spot (Friday-Sunday 11 am to 3 pm) and so much more! Burgers, chicken sandwiches, impossible burgers for the non-meat eaters, and don’t miss the Park Fries (fries with marinated beef, cheese, onions, tomatoes, and jalapeno mayo!)

Evel Pie

HOURS: Sun – Thurs: 11 am – 2 am | Fri – Sat: 11 am – 4 am

Evel Pie, at 508 East Fremont Street, is operated in partnership with the estate of revered motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel and boasts an impressive memorabilia collection. There is even an Evel Knievel pinball machine! Pizza, calzones, wings, and beer.

Carson Kitchen

HOURS: Mon – Thurs: 11:30 am – 10 pm | Fri – Sat: 10:30 am – 11 pm | Sun: 11 am – 10 pm

Diners will be rewarded with a visit to Carson Kitchen at 124 South 6th Street. Yet another great spot for brunch (Sunday 11 am to 4 pm), plus a remarkably creative menu. The outdoor rooftop area is a must when it’s not too hot.

Downtown Terrace

HOURS: Mon – Thurs: 11:30 am – 10 pm | Fri – Sat: 10:30 am – 11 pm | Sun: 11 am – 10 pm

Inside Container Park, Downtown Terrace, at 707 East Fremont Street, also gets in on the brunch scene with bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary’s. From its location on the second floor you have a great view of performers on the Container Park Stage while you eat a great meal.

7th & Carson

HOURS: Mon – Sat: 9 am – 8 pm | Sun: 9 am – 5 pm

Head south on Carson Street from Container Park and find the delight known as 7th & Carson. This is, you guessed it – another great place for brunch!

Eclectic menu (don’t miss the Stuffed French Toast!), patio seating and bottomless cocktails – this is worth the walk to 616 East Carson Avenue!


HOURS: Thurs – Mon: 8 am – 2 pm

EAT is simply named, but the tastes are anything but simple! Right across the street from 7th & Carson, located at 707 East Carson Ave., Eat calls itself the “Breakfast and Lunch Joint.”

Chef Natalie Young’s menu includes biscuits and gravy, chilaquiles, shrimp and grits, and both corned beef hash and prime rib hash!

Nacho Daddy & Pizza Rock

Just north of the casino district are two places that are always busy: Pizza Rock and Nacho Daddy. The former bakes gourmet pizza at 201 North 3rd Street, while the latter doles out Mexican dishes and margaritas at 113 North 4th Street.

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