There are many iconic scenes that come to mind when you think of Las Vegas, one that always seems to stick out is the gigantic screen sheltering the faces of the old Fremont casinos from the rest of the world, while putting on a show every night (and every hour). Fremont street offers plenty of bars and free entertainment at night, but one thing can be agree’d upon, not every restaurant can be a jackpot. Here is your cheat-sheet for restaurants to visit while staying downtown!
8East – Circa
This gem is found on the second floor of Circa Casino. The menu is kept small with some luxurious meats incorporated into the already delicious asian dishes. Some of the must have items are the Short Rib Dumplings (served with a killer horseradish sauce), The Dan Dan Mian noodles (with chicken or beef), Lobster Fried Rice, and end the meal with Asian Teramisu (which is made with green tea, and is such a delicious way to end the meal)
Visit their website here
Whiskey Licker Up – Binions
Located on the second floor of the Binions Casino, this cowboy themed Spot is serving up bar food in a way you’ll actually enjoy. BBQ Pork Nachos, PoBoys, Burgers, and Salads are available on the menu. Have a cocktail on the ONLY revolving bar overlooking the famous Fremont Street.
Check out the full menu here.
Hash House a Gogo – The Plaza
Located on the first floor of the Plaza casino, this farm themed restaurant is bringing the Mid-West to DTLV. Although Hash House is a chain, with locations spread out in San Diego, Las Vegas, and Florida. This place is on the list because the entrees are memorable, not just for their massive portions, but bringing their big Farm flavor to Sin City. (One of the best Tenderloins out of Iowa)
Check out their website and other locations here.