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Posted: 06/11/19 08:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Texas Shadow, Railroad Pass Casino area has been completely redone for the construction of I-11. Casino is the same but everything around it has been completely changed. Right now there buffet is $5.50 for both lunch and dinner. Needless to say we participated!

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Posted: 06/11/19 10:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The days of cheap buffets are long gone but may I suggest you check out some of the "Diner, Drive-in and Dives" places in Vegas. I know the show has had many offerings over the years...enjoy!


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westernrvparkowner wrote:

The cheap is all but gone. The one consistency in Las Vegas is the Casinos are going to go where the money is. At one time it was the Gambler. That was when the price of everything else was between free and nearly free. Then the non gambling crowd caught on to the bargains for lodging, food and entertainment and the casinos started housing and feeding people who weren't gambling, so that went away. The next reincarnation was family fun. Thankfully, that didn't last too long. Within a decade or so it was gone. Next came the nightclubs and pool parties. Brought a lot of people, but didn't fill the coffers with cash. Today it is entertainment at full prices. The hotels, the restaurants, the shows and everything else are top dollar. The hotels tack on $30 to $50 "resort fees" on top of the room rate. The top shows are $100+ per seat. If you are a big player, everything can be comped, but don't expect to find a good steak and lobster dinner for $10 on the strip. You can still find a few of those in the way off the beaten path, tired and old properties, but it won't be fine dining at prime hours.
This sums it up rather nicely. Good - cheap buffet style food is a thing of the past. Now the food service industry is catering to non gambling tourists. Restaurants like PF Changs are available - the one in Vegas has a great view, but prices are double compared to the one we have locally. While good food can be found, it certainly is no longer cheap.


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Hash House A Go Go is a must, one of the newest restaurants.


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janstey58 wrote:

Hash House A Go Go is a must, one of the newest restaurants.

BEST BREAKFAST EVER! We went there 4 out of the 5 days we were there. If you enjoy a great cup of hot tea, order the Early Grey and enjoy.


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Oceans One in Miracle Mile center st Planet Hollywood. Great breakfast and lunch specials.

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I believe the Fremont prime-rib dinner is $8.

Not cheap but one of my favorites is The Widowmaker Burger at the Golden Nugget Claim Jumpers restaurant. It will feed 2 for $15


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Thanks all. Knew prices had greatly increased since we last visited (at least a decade ago!) Just wondered if any decent food at decent prices was still around.


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