Best 24-Hour Restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip (by food type)


Whether you’re just leaving the nightclub or getting off of the casino floor, there are plenty of late-night food options in Las Vegas. It doesn’t matter if you’re craving tacos, pizza, sushi, pancakes, or steak, you’ll be able able to find a restaurant that offers exactly what you desire.

These are the best 24-hour and late-night restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip:

24-Hour RestaurantLocationType of Food
Peppermillnear Resorts WorldAmerican
Village Pub & CafeEllis IslandAmerican
America RestaurantNew York-New YorkAmerican
Brass ForkPalace StationAmerican
Strat CafeStratAmerican
Cafe AmericanoCaesars PalaceAmerican
The CafeWynnAmerican
Kitchen at Commons ClubVirgin HotelsAmerican
Denny’snear VenetianAmerican
Grand Lux CafeVenetianAmerican/ Italian/French
Backstage DeliLuxorNew York Deli
El Dorado Cantina1 block off StripMexican
Taco Bell CantinaPlanet HollywoodMexican
Oyster BarPalace StationSeafood
Pho Kim Long2 blocks off StripVietnamese/ Chinese
Shokku Ramen2 blocks off Strip Japanese
PatisserieAriaFrench
Earl of SandwichPlanet HollywoodSandwiches
McDonald’sHarrah’s Burgers
Late-Night Restaurant (open past midnight)LocationType of Food
The HenryCosmopolitanAmerican
Citizens Kitchen & BarMandalay BayAmerican
AllegroWynnItalian
Secret PizzaCosmopolitanPizza
Tacos El Gordonear Resorts WordMexican
Nacho DaddyPlanet HollywoodMexican
Kimchi Restaurantnear WynnKorean BBQ
Dae Jang Keum Korean BBQ2 blocks off StripKorean BBQ
Izakaya Go2 blocks off StripJapanese
Osaka Japanese Bistro4 blocks off StripJapanese
In-N-Out BurgerLINQBurgers
Shake ShackNew York-New YorkBurgers

Many Las Vegas restaurants are open 24 hours a day, but some are only open until 2 or 3 in the morning. When you go out looking for food, you’ll want to make sure that you pick a restaurant that’s open. In this article, I’ll cover the prices and hours of each of these restaurants, along with some of their menu options.

24-Hour Restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip

These are the best 24-hour restaurants on and near the Las Vegas Strip. All of these restaurants are always open, so you can show up at any time of the day. Even at 4 in the morning!

Peppermill

Peppermill is one of the most popular 24-hour diners in Las Vegas. It’s located across the street from Resorts World on the north end of the Strip. The service is fast, and the food is excellent. Peppermill’s menu is one the most extensive in Las Vegas. You can order everything from chicken and waffles to pancakes and cheeseburgers.

  • Location: North end of the Strip (across the street from Resorts World)
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $15-$30
  • Open 24 hours: Yes
Peppermill Las Vegas

Village Pub & Cafe

The Village Pub & Cafe is located at Ellis Island 1 block off of the Strip (it’s about a 5-minute walk from Bally’s). This hidden gem is a local favorite because of its $6.99 steak and eggs special. It’s offered every day from 11am-11pm. The special is not on the menu, so make sure you ask your server.

  • Location: Ellis Island (1 block off the Strip)
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $8-$20
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Taco Bell Cantina

Taco Bell is the perfect meal after a long night out at the club. Taco Bell Cantina is the flagship Taco Bell in Las Vegas, and one of the busiest 24 hour restaurants in Las Vegas. This multi-level restaurant is located in the center of the Strip and serves alcohol 24 hours a day.

  • Location: Planet Hollywood
  • Type of food: Mexican
  • Price range: $5-$10
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

El Dorado Cantino

El Dorado is an award-winning Mexican restaurant located just a block off of the Strip. They use non-GMO and organic ingredients in all of their dishes. El Dorado starts off every meal with a complimentary basket of chips and salsa. From there, you can order a number of Mexican dishes, including quesadilla, taquitos, burritos, tacos, enchiladas, bowls, and fajita platters.

  • Location: 1 block off the Strip
  • Type of food: Mexican
  • Price range: $10-$40
  • Open 24 hours: Yes
Fajitas at El Dorado

Backstage Deli

The Backstage Deli is found in the Luxor. It’s a fantastic spot to grab a quick bite before you go to bed at night. It serves breakfast sandwiches, pastries, burgers, hotdogs, salads, and classic sandwiches (they make a terrific Turkey Club). The entire menu is under $15

  • Location: Luxor
  • Type of food: New York Deli
  • Price range: $10-$15
  • Open 24 hours: Yes (except Monday & Tuesday it closes 5pm)

Oyster Bar

Oyster Bar is one of the best seafood restaurants in Las Vegas. They have plenty of menu options including oysters, gumbo, lobster, shrimp, and crab. The dishes are fresh, and the portion sizes are very generous. Considering Oyster bar is a seafood restaurant, it’s super affordable. It’s hard to beat their $6.99 New England Clam Chowder.

  • Location: Palace Station (1 block off the Strip)
  • Type of food: Seafood
  • Price range: $10-$30
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Brass Fork

The Brass Fork is another 24-hour cafe located in the Palace Station Casino. Unlike many other 24-hour restaurants, they actually keep the full breakfast menu available all day. The Brass Fork has a superb breakfast special for $8.99 that includes eggs, pancakes, hash browns, and your choice of bacon or sausage. You’ll also find chicken tenders, burgers, chicken fettuccine alfredo, and salmon on the menu.

  • Location: Palace Station (1 block off the Strip)
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $10-$20
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Grand Lux Cafe

The Grand Lux Cafe was created by the same people that started the Cheesecake Factory. This elegant 24-hour cafe in the Venetian offers an expansive menu of burgers, steaks, chicken, sandwiches, salads, and seafood. The overnight menu is a bit smaller, but you’ll still find great dishes, like buffalo wings, rib eye steak, bacon cheeseburger, and breakfast sandwiches.

  • Location: Venetian
  • Type of food: American/Italian/French
  • Price range: $10-$25
  • Open 24 hours: Yes
Grand Lux Cafe

America Restaurant

America Restaurant is located in the New York-New York Casino. As you may have guessed, the America Restaurant serves American food. They offer everything from donuts, omelets, and steak to mac n’ cheese, burgers, and spaghetti and meatballs. The entire menu is in the $10-$20 range.

  • Location: New York-New York
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $10-$20
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Patisserie

Patisserie is a 24-hour cafe located in the Aria. You’ll find hot sandwiches, desserts, salads, crepes, omelets, and pastries at this French bistro. I tried the sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich and the Danish pastries. Both were delicious.

  • Location: Aria
  • Type of food: French
  • Price range: $10-$15
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Strat Cafe

As the name implies, the Strat Cafe is located in the Strat Hotel on the north end of the Strip. Menu items at the Strat Cafe include steak, eggs, nachos, fried cheese ravioli, and sandwiches. They have a couple of vegan options too. The Strat cafe is open 24 hours a day. However, between the hours of 10pm and 7am Monday-Thursday, only takeout is available. You can order, but you can’t sit down and eat.

  • Location: Strat
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $10-$20
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Pho Kim Long

Pho Kim Long is a local favorite for Asian food in Las Vegas. It’s always busy, but thankfully the restaurant is open 24 hours a day. The entire menu is good, from the kung pao calamari down to the chow mein and chicken fried rice. You’ll find plenty of options here.

  • Location: 2 blocks off of the Strip
  • Type of food: Chinese/Vietnamese
  • Price range: $10-$15
  • Open 24 hours: Yes
Beef Pho at Pho Kim Long

Shokku Ramen

Located in the same plaza as Pho Kim Long, you’ll find Shokku Ramen. Shokku Ramen is one of the best authentic ramen restaurants in Las Vegas, making everything from scratch. The restaurant is extremely popular, so I recommend coming later in the evening or early the morning (it’s open 24 hours).

  • Location: 2 blocks off of the Strip
  • Type of food: Japanese
  • Price range: $5-$20
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Cafe Americano

Cafe Americano is a 24-hour American restaurant located in Caesars Palace. It’s a little pricey, but this restaurant is very convenient if you’re staying at Caesars. Cafe Americano offers pretty much any classic dish you can think of, including pizza, burgers, steak, pasta, tacos, and fish. The late-night menu here is one of the most diverse on the Strip.

  • Location: Caesars Palace
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $15-$30
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

The Cafe

The Cafe is a 24-hour cafe at the Wynn. The service here is fast, and the food is solid. It’s the perfect place to grab a bite after a night out at XS Nightclub or Encore Beach Club. They offer mostly hot sandwiches, pastries, and fruit.

  • Location: Wynn
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $5-$15
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Earl of Sandwich

Earl of Sandwich is an around-the-clock sandwich shop inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. They offer affordable breakfast sandwiches, omelets, classic hot sandwiches, wraps, and salads. The hot sandwiches are some of the best that you’ll find in Las Vegas, and the portion sizes are huge (they add a lot of meat). The entire menu is under $10.

  • Location: Planet Hollywood
  • Type of food: Sandwiches
  • Price range: $5-$10
  • Open 24 hours: Yes
Earl of Sandwich

The Kitchen at Commons Club

The Kitchen at Commons Club is located in the Virgin Hotel 2 blocks off the Strip (where the old Hard Rock used to be). The menu is on the expensive side, but the food is good. They seem to have a different menu for almost every day of the week, but the staples include steak, eggs, chicken, waffles, burgers, and sandwiches. Breakfast is offered all day as well.

  • Location: Virgin Hotel (2 blocks off the Strip)
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $10-$30
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Denny’s

There are 3 Denny’s locations on the Las Vegas Strip, and all of them are open 24-hours a day. You’ll find all of your classic American meals at Denny’s, including steak, eggs, omelets, chicken wings, pancakes, sausages, and sandwiches.

  • Location: MGM Grand, Venetian, Resorts World (across the street)
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $10-$15
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

McDonald’s

McDonald’s is another 24-hour restaurant on the Strip. It’s not the healthiest, but if you’re in a real hurry McDonald’s will get the job done. There are several locations found on the Las Vegas Strip: near Harrah’s, Resorts World, Mandalay Bay, and Planet Hollywood. Some of these McDonald’s restaurants are not located in the casinos but in adjacent buildings.

  • Location: near Harrah’s, Resort’s World, Mandalay Bay, and Planet Hollywood
  • Type of food: Burgers
  • Price range: $5-$10
  • Open 24 hours: Yes

Late-Night Restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip

All of these late-night restaurants have different hours. Some of them are open all night, while others close by 1 or 2 in the morning. I posted the hours for each restaurant below, but you’ll also want to double-check since they get updated all the time.

Secret Pizza

Secret Pizza is a New York-style pizza joint hidden on the 3rd floor of The Cosmopolitan. It’s called “Secret Pizza” because it isn’t listed anywhere on The Cosmopolitan’s website, and there are no signs for it in the hotel. You can pick up of a slice of this mouthwatering pizza every day from 11am to 4am. Just know it gets busy late at night.

  • Location: Cosmopolitan
  • Type of food: Pizza
  • Price range: $5-$10
  • Hours: 11am-4am
Secret Pizza at the Cosmopolitan

The Henry

Also located in The Cosmopolitan is The Henry. This restaurant doesn’t open until 10pm, so it specializes in late-night night snacks. There is a range of breakfast and lunch dishes on The Henry’s Menu. Two dishes that really stand out are the brioche French toast and short rib benedict. The majority of the menu is in the $10-$20 price range. The Henry has a separate gluten-free menu as well.

  • Location: Cosmopolitan
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $10-$20
  • Hours: 10pm-2pm

Tacos El Gordo

Tacos El Gordo is a popular late-night Mexican restaurant on the north end of the Strip. You’ll find it located between the Wynn and Resort World. Tacos El Gordo serves some of the best authentic Mexican tacos on the Strip until 2 in the morning (4am on weekends). Not only do they make tacos, but they also offer mulas, tostadas, and quesadillas.

  • Location: North end of the Strip (across the street from Resorts World)
  • Type of food: Mexican
  • Price range: $5-$10
  • Hours: Sunday-Thursday 10am-2am | Friday-Saturday 10am-4am

Allegro

Allegro is one of the best Italian restaurants in Las Vegas. Allegro is located inside the Wynn and offers authentic Italian classics, like rigatoni and meatballs, burrata Caprese, Margherita pizza, and lasagna Napoletana. Many of the classic dishes are under $30, but some of the main courses can get expensive ($50-$80). Vegan options are available too.

  • Location: Wynn
  • Type of food: Italian
  • Price range: $20-$40
  • Hours: Sunday-Thursday 5pm-1am | Friday-Saturday 5pm-3am
Chicken Parm at Allegro

Citizens Kitchen & Bar

The Citizens Kitchen & Bar is a late-night American restaurant located inside Mandalay Bay. Some items on the menu include fish tacos, BBQ ribs, buffalo wings, chicken tenders, and Caesar salad. The restaurant also offers an assortment of sandwiches and burgers. Citizens Kitchen has different hours every day, but they’re typically open until 1am (except Wednesday).

  • Location: Mandalay Bay
  • Type of food: American
  • Price range: $15-$30
  • Hours: Friday-Saturday 7am-4am | Sunday-Thursday 7am-1am (closes at 11pm on Wednesday)

Kimchi Restaurant

Kimchi Restaurant is a Korean BBQ restaurant located between the Wynn and Resorts World. They offer a delicious all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ for $32. There are a ton of choices on the menu, but some of the meats options include brisket, sirloin, chicken teriyaki, spicy chicken, pork belly, and bulgogi. Kimchi is open every day until 4am.

  • Location: North end of the Strip (across the street from Resorts World)
  • Type of food: Korean BBQ
  • Price range: $30-$45
  • Hours: 8am-4am

Dae Jang Keum Korean BBQ

Dae Jang Keum is another terrific late-night Korean BBQ spot. It’s located a few blocks off the Strip (about 5-10 minutes), but it’s worth the trip. They offer all-you-can-eat Koran BBQ starting at $18.99. You can also order individual dishes. Some of the meats include baby octopus, beef, pork, brisket, chicken, shrimp, scallop, and shrimp. Dae Jang Keum has tofu as well. (Update: Their name has changed to Hanu Korean BBQ).

  • Location: 2 blocks off of the Strip
  • Type of food: Korean BBQ
  • Price range: $15-$30
  • Hours: 11:30am-2am

Nacho Daddy

Nacho Daddy is a popular Mexican restaurant located in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. I recommend you order one of their many famous nachos dishes. But if you’re not in the mood for nachos, the menu also features tacos, burritos, enchiladas, combination plates, and fajitas. There’s a breakfast menu as well. Nacho Daddy is open until 2am during the week, and 3am on the weekends.

  • Location: Planet Hollywood
  • Type of food: Mexican
  • Price range: $6-$20
  • Hours: Sunday-Thursday 8am-2am | Thursday 8am-3am
Filet Mignon Nachos at Nacho Daddy

Izakaya Go

Izakaya Go is a highly rated Japanese restaurant located about 2 blocks from the Strip. They offer a variety of grilled, stir-fried, deep-fried, and steamed dishes. The sushi and noodles here are both really good and extremely affordable. Izakaya Go is open until 2am during the week and 3am on the weekend.

  • Location: 2 blocks off of the Strip
  • Type of food: Japanese
  • Price range: $5-$15
  • Hours: Sunday-Thursday 5pm-2am | Friday-Saturday 5am-3am

Osaka Japanese Bistro

Another great late-night sushi place is Osaka Japanese Bistro. It’s located a couple of blocks off of the Strip and offers an extensive menu of sushi rolls, seafood, combination plates, and noodles. The prices can vary greatly depending on the dish, but most of the time, you can keep the order around $30. Osaka Japanese Bistro is open until 2am daily.

  • Location: 4 blocks off of the Strip
  • Type of food: Japanese
  • Price range: $10-$30
  • Hours: 11:30am-2am

In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger is a popular west-coast burger joint found on the LINQ Promenade. They offer cheeseburgers, fries, and milkshakes. While still considered fast food, In-N-Out doesn’t freeze, pre-pack, or microwave any of its food. This makes In-N-Out a little bit healthier than some other fast food options.

  • Location: LINQ
  • Type of food: Burgers
  • Price range: $5-$10
  • Hours: 10am-1am

Shake Shake

Shake Shack is a burger restaurant that was founded in New York City, so it only makes sense that it’s located in the New York-New York Casino. Not only does Shake Shack offer shakes, but they also serve burgers, chicken, hotdogs, and fries. Burgers and shakes here cost approximately $5 each. This location is open until 2am.

  • Location: New York-New York
  • Type of food: Burgers
  • Price range: $5-$10
  • Hours: 11am-2am

If you plan on visiting Fremont Street while in Las Vegas, you’ll want to check out this guide to the best 24-hour restaurants in downtown Las Vegas.

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