16 "Quick Eats" restaurants in Las Vegas.
Brasa Roja is a Colombian spot a five-minute drive from the Strip where you can get great, and inexpensive, food so bring a few friends.
You’ll find some of our favorite sandwiches in Vegas at The Goodwich downtown.
Getting a plate of hand-twirled noodles at Shang Artisan Noodle in Spring Valley is one of the best ways to spend $10 in Vegas.
The fish at Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips in the Linq Hotel is great, but you’re really there for the chips which you can get covered in chorizo.
When you need a break from all that is Las Vegas, make the 20-minute drive to Red Rice in Henderson for Chamorro food.
Whether it’s 4am or 4pm, Roberto’s - a short drive from the Strip - is open and serving tacos, burritos, and our favorite dish, the carne asada fries.
One the best late-night spots, Starboard Tack is a quick drive from the Strip, and where you’ll find things like Thai mussels and pu-pu platters.
Lulu’s in Centennial is a great stop for breakfast before you head on a hike up Mount Charleston.
Food halls aren’t new, but Block 16 in the Cosmopolitan has some of our favorite vendors from around the world, like Nashville hot chicken and donuts.
Cafe Breizh is a beautiful, airy cafe in Spring Valley known for pastries and crepes.
Whether you’re seeing a Golden Knights game or a concert, next time you’re in the T-Mobile Arena, head to Section 12 for Graffiti Bao.
The line at Eggslut in the Cosmopolitan can get long, but it’s worth it for the egg sandwiches you’ll find at the end.
Secret Pizza in the Cosmopolitan isn’t as secret as it once was, but it’s still some of the best pizza in Vegas.
Tacos El Gordo on the Strip is open until 2am daily, so head here for a second dinner, or a midday taco.
Flock and Fowl’s Hainanese chicken and rise is the best reason to go to Downtown Vegas.