Las Vegas, travel, gamble, food, dining in Vegas
It is well known that a holiday in Vegas is all about food, drink and gambling all day and all night. Excitement in the fast lane in the casino or on the roller coaster but not necessarily at the dinner tables.
No longer is the casinos considered the only entertainment and income of Las Vegas. Slowly this bright city is changing its image to proof to its people and visitors that the commitment is there to offer world-class entertainment and excitement. It goes without saying that some of the dining in Las Vegas is out of this world especially in the casino areas but so unfortunately is the price. The tables are being filled with people wanting to experience a wonderful time and somehow by good reviews and hard work the restaurants reap success.
This city of bright lights and empty promises is quickly becoming a city that offers world-class entertainment and excitement to its residents and its visitors. Las Vegas has some of the best dining on the planet. Many of the wonderful dining experiences are associated with the casinos of the area but they would not be as successful as they are if there was not a reason to keep the tables full. Diners don’t tend to dine if the food isn’t good and a for a restaurant a bad review will travel around the world three times before ten good reviews will make it once. This means that the world-class fine dining restaurants really must earn their stripes in order to bring in the business required in order to stay in business.
One of the places where a person or a family can eat less expensively is at Arizona Charlie’s Boulder Sourdough Cafe. Highly recommended are the 14-ounce Porterhouse steak is very well priced which includes soup or salad, potato or rice, veggies and rolls. Spaghetti and meatballs are low priced as well and Chicken Penn Primavera or fried chicken is yet another well priced option. They’re good meals and easy on the pocket.
Be on the look out for coupons around town offering two for the price of one meal ticket
There are also places offering discount on entrance purchases. Off course once off the saving will not be that great but, over several days, for a couple of people, you can even see an extra show or gamble some on your food budget.
It is true that the less expensive food is not served as elegantly as its pricy encounters but the quality is much the same even sometimes, in my opinion, more superior. A lot of the cheaper places to eat actually have for superior flavor to many of the more expensive dining experiences and it’s just nice to get away from buffet food once in a while.