Okay a few more tips on food.
The Rio Buffet, its okay, not bad a Buffets go. I have never eaten breakfast that the Paris Buffet, so I will reserve comment. I have had breakfast at Bellagio, and its pretty good also.
Sunday Brunch at the Green Valley Ranch. Not to be missed, all the Prime Rib, and Shrimp you can eat.
For great cheap eats, the Skyline Casino at Bolder Hwy and Sunset. $6.95 Prime Rib dinner, potato, and salad bar. Great cheap eats. 24 hrs a day.
Jerry's Nugget Double Cut Prime Rib. If you like meat, you got to try it.
For a old school Vegas steak, try the steak house at the Horseshoe. Binions used to raise they're own beef for it. Great steak. Haven't been there since Binions changed hands though.
More old school Vegas dining. The Bootlegger, South Las Vegas Blvd, just past the outlet mall. Old Vegas Italian dining at its best, and if you are lucky, you might catch our Lt Governor doing her lounge act in there. She owns the place.
One more off the beaten path, Kilroys Bar and Grill. Corner of Charleston, and Buffalo. Best Burger I have ever eaten, even better than the Klondike.
For the drinks, if you like REAL German Beer, and who doesn't, we now have a Hoffbrauhouse in Vegas, right across from the Hard Rock. It is the real thing, not to be missed.
Now, when you are flying out, you may be spending some time at McCarren, if you are flying out of the "D" Gates, you are in luck. Go to the Prickly Pear, and order the Pulled Pork Sandwich, with steak fries. I guarantee it will last you your trip home. Unless you are flying international. Also at the "D" Gates, Rubys, decent burger, but a great milkshake.
Damn, typing this has made me hungry, I think I will stop at the klondike for a late night burger, on the way home from work!
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