Best 24-Hour Food on Fremont Street – Downtown Las Vegas


It can be difficult to find a late-night restaurant in downtown Las Vegas. Many of the 24-hour restaurants on Fremont Street have recently changed their hours, so they’re no longer open all day. Only a handful of true 24-hour restaurants remain. They include:

  • Claim Jumper – Golden Nugget
  • Siegel’s 1941 – El Cortez
  • Saginaw’s Delicatessen – Circa
  • Denny’s – Neonopolis
  • McDonald’s – The D
  • Subway – Four Queens
  • Pepe’s Tacos – 2490 E Fremont St
  • Roberto’s Taco Shop – 1122 S Maryland Pkwy suite 110

You’re probably familiar with some of the restaurants on this list, but a few of them may be new to you. In this post, I’ll give you the rundown on all of these 24-hour restaurants including, their menus and prices. By the end, you’ll know exactly where to go in downtown Las Vegas to find the best late-night snacks.

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1. Claim Jumper Restaurants

Overview: Claim Jumper is located at the Golden Nugget in the center of Fremont Street. It’s open 24-hours a day and has an extensive menu that includes everything from ribeye steak and salmon to pancakes and omelets.

The average price point is about $15, but you can find items on the menu for under $10. The food here is good, and the service is fast. They even offer an all-day breakfast menu.

  • Location: Golden Nugget
  • Open 24-hours: Yes
  • Price range: $8-$30
  • Rating: 4.1/5 stars

Menu highlights: Just to give you an idea of what’s on the menu, here are a few dishes: Sirloin steak / Atlantic salmon / grill cheese / grilled chicken sandwich / cheeseburgers / Caesar salad / buffalo chicken wings / pancakes / bacon / eggs / sausage / waffles / omelets

Recommended for: Claim Jumper is an excellent restaurant. Although it’s a sit-down restaurant, the service is fast. I recommend this place to everybody.

2. Siegel’s 1941

Overview: Siegel’s 1941 is a late-night restaurant on Fremont Street, located inside of El Cortez. The overnight menu is a bit smaller than their normal menu, but they still offer some great dishes.

The restaurant also serves all-day breakfast. One of the best deals on the menu is the bacon, egg, and cheese croissant for $12. The country-fried steak and eggs for $16 are also really good.

  • Location: El Cortez
  • Open 24-hours: Yes
  • Price range: $5-$25
  • Rating: 4.1/5 stars

Menu highlights: A few menu items of interest include: Steak & eggs / croissant sandwich / onion rings / chicken tenders / waffles / pancakes / macaroni & cheese / Rueben sandwich / tossed salad / shrimp cocktail.

Recommended for: Siegel’s is a great choice for anyone with late-night munchies. It’s roughly the same price as Claim Jumper.

3. Saginaw’s Delicatessen

Overview: Saginaw’s Delicatessen is located inside Circa. Their specialty is unique deli sandwiches, but they also offer an all-day breakfast menu. The portion sizes are huge (all the sandwiches have a ton of meat), so you can be sure that you’ll never leave here hungry.

Saginaw’s offers soups, salads, sandwiches, omelets, and desserts. If you come in late at night, they have a shrimp cocktail special. The shrimp cocktail is normally $11, but if arrive between the hours of 3am and 5am, it’s only 99 cents.

  • Location: Circa
  • Open 24-hours: Yes
  • Price range: $8-$22
  • Rating: 4.2/5 stars

Menu highlights: Several sandwiches on Saginaw’s menu include: Rueben / corned beef & pastrami / tuna melt / grilled cheese / vegan special / brisket / roast beef . You can also order breakfast items, like French toast, corned beef hash, and a breakfast burrito.

Recommended for: Anyone who loves grilled sandwiches, especially Rueben sandwiches, needs to eat here. Saginaw’s Delicatessen will quickly satisfy your late-night cravings.

4. Denny’s

Overview: Many Denny’s locations are open 24 hours a day, and one in downtown Las Vegas is no exception. There’s a location inside of Neonopolis on Fremont Street.

Denny’s offers around-the-clock breakfast at a really good price. You’ll rarely have to pay for more than $15 for a meal, plus the portion sizes are very generous.

  • Location: Neonopolis
  • Open 24-hours: Yes
  • Price range: $10-$15
  • Rating: 4.1/5 stars

Menu highlights: Most Denny’s locations have the same menu. The popular late-night dishes include some combination of: Steak / fried chicken / eggs / hash browns / omelets / pancakes / sausage / bacon / hash browns / crepes / French toast.

Recommended for: If you’re not in the mood to try something new, or are a picky eater, Denny’s is a great option. You get a large amount of food for cheap.

5. Roberto’s Taco Shop

Overview: Roberto’s Taco Shop is a popular Mexican restaurant in Las Vegas. There are several locations throughout the city, and all of them are open 24 hours a day. The menu consists of tacos, tostadas, burritos, enchiladas, and combination plates.

Roberto’s Taco Shop is located halfway between the Strip and Fremont Street. It’s still in downtown Las Vegas, but it’s on the southern edge. Walking here is not a realistic option. You must get a cab or Uber to get to Roberto’s.

  • Location: 1122 S Maryland Pkwy suite 110 (5 minute drive from most downtown hotels)
  • Open 24-hours: Yes
  • Price range: $3-$12
  • Rating: 4.2/5 stars

Menu highlights: You have your choice of meat at Roberto’s, which includes beef, chicken, fish, and pork. A few of the dishes include: tacos /tostadas / tortas / quesadillas / burritos / enchiladas / combination plates.

Recommended for: Tacos are one of the best late-night snacks available. You’ll find some of the best tacos in Las Vegas at Roberto’s.

6. Pepe’s Tacos

Overview: Pepe’s Tacos is another 24-hour Mexican restaurant located in downtown Las Vegas. It’s a favorite of locals because of the solid food and fair prices. You’ll find an assortment of tacos, burritos, and quesadillas on the menu.

The restaurant is found on East Fremont Street, but it’s pretty far down. You’re going to want to take a cab or Uber if you want to try some authentic Mexican cuisine at Pepe’s. It’s not within walking distance of the hotels on Fremont Street.

  • Location: 2490 E Fremont Street (5 minute drive from most downtown hotels)
  • Open 24-hours: Yes
  • Price range: $2-$14
  • Rating: 3.9/5 stars

Menu highlights: Dishes at Pepe’s can be prepared with a number of meats, including beef, chicken, and pork. Some of the menu items include: nachos / tacos / burritos / quesadillas / huevos rancheros / taquitos / soups.

Recommended for: Anyone with late-night taco or nacho cravings should eat at Pepe’s Tacos.

7. McDonald’s

Overview: McDonald’s is pretty self-explanatory. If you just want to get some food in your stomach and get to bed, McDonald’s is a quick and cheap late-night option.

There are two locations on Fremont Street however, the McDonald’s at The D is the only 24-hour location. The McDonald’s at the Plaza Hotel is closed by 1am.

  • Location: The D
  • Open 24-hours: Yes
  • Price range: $2-$10
  • Rating: 4.4/5 stars

Menu highlights: Most McDonald’s have the same menu, but here are some of the highlights: Big Mac / Egg McMuffin / Sausage McMuffin / quarter pounder with cheese / spicy chicken sandwich / bacon, egg & cheese biscuit / sausage burrito.

Recommended for: Anyone who isn’t picky, but just wants something tasty before going to bed.

8. Subway

Overview: Subway is another fast-food restaurant on Fremont Street that’s open 24 hours a day. You can order anything on the main menu, even late at night. Depending on the size of your sandwich, expect to pay $5-$15.

There are three Subway locations in downtown Las Vegas. However, you’ll want to go to the one at the Four Queens since the other two locations usually close by midnight.

  • Location: Four Queens
  • Open 24-hours: Yes
  • Price range: $5-$15
  • Rating: 3.6/5 stars

Menu highlights: You can create your own sandwich at Subway, but there are also some breakfast items if that’s what you prefer. They include: Bacon, egg & cheese flatbread (or wrap) / steak, egg & cheese flatbread (or wrap) / black forest ham, egg & cheese flatbread (or wrap) / egg & cheese flatbread (or wrap).

Recommended for: Subway’s breakfast menu isn’t bad. It’s slightly healthier than McDonald’s, but it’s about the same price. If you’re staying at Four Queens and need late-night food, this may be your best option.

24-Hour Breakfast Restaurants on Fremont Street

There are plenty of restaurants that serve breakfast on Fremont Street, but not all of them are open 24 hours a day. These are the best places to get 24-hour breakfast in downtown Las Vegas:

  • Claim Jumper
  • Siegel’s 1941
  • Saginaw’s Delicatessen
  • Denny’s

These restaurants never close, and they offer the most variety on their breakfast menu. Denny’s is the cheapest option at about $10-$15 per meal.

Claim Jumper, Siegel’s 1941, and Saginaw’s Delicatessen are a bit more expensive but offer higher quality food. Expect to pay roughly $15-$20 for a late-night meal at these restaurants.

If you’re getting breakfast during normal business hours, there are a number of other cheap breakfast spots in downtown Las Vegas.

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