You can eat a meal for about $5 at a fast food location off the Strip or downtown, and a meal at a midrange restaurant can cost $25–$30.
There are some strategies that visitors can apply to help control their meal expenses and enjoy their time in Las Vegas without breaking the bank.
Some budget hotels also have pocket-friendly onsite restaurants (or you can find them nearby). As a result, you can eat cheaply without hunting for cheap eats at far-off locations.
By cooking your food in your hotel room, you can enjoy a high-quality meal for a tiny fraction of what it would cost to eat out at an upscale restaurant.
You’ll be amazed by how much you could save by simply going to a restaurant a block or two (or even further) off the Strip for your meals.
You can save money on sightseeing to fund your food budget for a better Vegas dining experience by going to free attractions.