Best Fremont Street Restaurants in Downtown Las Vegas [2023]

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There are so many great restaurants on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas that nobody knows about. With the hotels and casinos in the area becoming more popular over the past few years, the food scene has expanded as well.

So, I recently decided to try all of the major Fremont Street restaurants to see which ones are the best. After nearly a month of testing downtown Las Vegas restaurants, I’m confident these are the best places to eat near the Fremont Street Experience.

Restaurants on Fremont Street Las Vegas

1. Oscar’s Steakhouse

Oscar’s Steakhouse is located inside at the end of Fremont St at the Plaza Hotel. The restaurant, which was named after former mayor Oscar Goodman, has a terrific view of the Fremont Street Experience.

The food is a bit pricey, but it’s more than worth the experience. The steaks are aged perfectly and all of the side dishes are made from scratch. They also offer a number of seafood dishes on the menu. If you’re staying at the Plaza Hotel, Oscar’s even allows you to order directly to your hotel room.

  • Location: 1 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $40-$60
Oscar's Steakhouse on Fremont Street.

2. Park on Fremont

Park on Fremont can be found tucked away between Neonopolis and the El Cortez Casino on Fremont Street East. This bar and restaurant services brunch, lunch, and dinner, along with a happy hour special.

Some items on the menu include deviled eggs, tacos, meatballs & ricotta, chicken sandwiches, fries, and their famous brown sugar bacon peppercorn burger. The prices at Park on Fremont are super affordable, but just know that the restaurant is closed Monday and Tuesday.

  • Location: 506 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$20

3. Aloha Specialties

You’ll find Aloha Specialties on the second floor of the California Hotel & Casino. They offer diners an opportunity to order Hawaiian dishes, like aloha bento rice bowls, spam musubi, and teriyaki chicken. You can also get omelets and sausage on the breakfast menu.

Although the menu is a bit limited, Aloha Specialties offers patrons quick service and affordable food. This is a great place to eat if you don’t have time for a full sit-down meal.

  • Location: 12 E Ogden Ave, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Price range: $5-$10

4. Evel Pie

Evel Pie is located directly next to Park on Fremont. This is a rock ‘n’ roll themed pizza joint that features Evel Knievel memorabilia. You can order your pizza by the slice or get a whole pie. They sell beer as well.

This is a great place to eat if you’re looking for a quick bite before you go back out and explore the area. Evel Pie has something for everyone, especially since they have a gluten-free and vegan menu on top of their traditional pizza menu.

  • Location: 508 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $5-$30
Evel Pie on Fremont St East in downtown Las Vegas.

5. Barry’s Downtown Prime

Barry’s Downtown Prime is located in Circa, which is the newest hotel in downtown Las Vegas. This old-school steakhouse prepares top-notch dishes and cocktails, all while providing excellent service.

In addition to steak, Barry’s also serves other entrees, including braised beef short rib, Atlantic salmon, and Colorado lamb chops. Barry’s has an extensive dessert and wine menu as well. The restaurant is open from 5 pm to 10 pm daily.

  • Location: 8 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $50-$100

6. 7th & Carson

7th & Carson is a diner located right off of Fremont Street near the Downtown Container Park. The menu here is pretty diverse. You can order anything from chicken wings and waffles to sliders and shrimp.

The restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating, and the service is some of the best that you’ll find in Vegas. I highly recommend eating 7th & Carson, especially for breakfast.

  • Location: 616 E Carson Ave #110, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$20

7. Hugo’s Cellar

Hugo’s Cellar is another popular restaurant on Fremont Street. Located inside of the Four Queens, this is one of the best places for a romantic dining experience in Las Vegas. You’ll be greeted with long-stemmed roses and classic martinis, not to mention the superb menu.

Some of the entrees here include Norwegian salmon, beef wellington, fire-grilled chicken, Alaskan king crab legs, Australian lobster tail, filet mignon, and veal scallopini.

  • Location: 202 Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Price range: $40-$80
Dining at Hugo's Cellar at the Four Queens in downtown Vegas.

8. Triple George Grill

The Triple George Gill is another outstanding restaurant near Fremont Street. You can find it directly across the street from the Downtown Grand. Triple George offers countless signature dishes, appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, and sides.

I’m a big fan of their seafood, which includes dishes like fried calamari, shrimp cocktails, crab cakes, oysters on a half shell, salmon, and charred octopus. The menu also has plenty of other options, like steak, pork chops, short ribs, chicken, and lamb chops.

  • Location: 201 N 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $40-$80

9. Therapy

Therapy is one of the best restaurants in downtown Las Vegas. This is a fun spot to eat for both tourists and locals. The food is good, and the portion sizes are very generous. But the main draw of this eatery is the high-energy vibe and lively music.

The restaurant has a number of mouthwatering samplers and shareable dishes, along with a full menu of entrees and bottomless mimosas. This is a great place to check out if you’re looking to grab a light meal with your friends while keeping the party going.

  • Location: 518 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $20-$40

10. Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go is one of my favorite places to eat on Fremont Street. This spot has received a ton of press over the years for being one of the best breakfast spots in downtown Las Vegas, but they also serve lunch and dinner.

Everything comes in giant portion sizes at Hash House A Go Go, so you’ll never leave here hungry. The dishes also look very unique, so you’ll definitely want to take a picture and post your meal on Instagram. The menu is pretty diverse, so it’s safe to say they offer something for everyone.

  • Location: 1 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$25
Eating dinner at Hash House A Go Go.

11. Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse

Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse is one of the featured restaurants inside the Golden Nugget. This upscale steak house serves top-of-the-line USDA Prime and Wagyu cuts of meat. If you’re not in the mood for beef, you can also order lobster dishes, king crab legs, shrimp scampi, or halibut.

Like all of the best steakhouses in Las Vegas, Vic & Anthony’s isn’t cheap. Expect to pay around $40-$80 per person, but rest assured you’ll leave satisfied.

  • Location: 129 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $40-$80

12. The Smashed Pig

The Smashed Pig is a gastropub that serves a British menu of craft beers and savory dishes. You can find the restaurant on East Fremont Street, which is approximately a 2-minute walk from the Fremont Street Experiece. If you know the area, it’s across the way from Evel Pie.

They serve a brunch menu and happy hour menu, in addition to their normal offerings. You’ll find a plethora of plates here, like fish & chips, burgers, tacos, chicken dishes, ciabattas, and traditional sandwiches. The Smashed Pig also has some vegan options. Everything is available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery.

  • Location: 509 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$20

13. Heart Attack Grill

The Heart Attack Grill is a wildly popular downtown Las Vegas restaurant. The Heart Attack Grill famously brands itself as the most unhealthy restaurant in the world since its bypass burger has nearly 20,000 calories!

The waitresses that work here are all dressed as attractive nurses and are required to spank you if you don’t finish your meal. If you’re still not sold on the Heart Attack Grill, just know that they give out free meals to anyone who weighs over 350 pounds.

  • Location: 450 E Fremont St #130, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$25
Looking for food near the Heart Attack Grill restaurant on Fremont Street.

14. Saginaw’s Delicatessen

Saginaw’s Delicatessen is one of the newer sandwich shops on Fremont Street. Their specialty is unique deli sandwiches, but this spot also serves all-day breakfast. The portion sizes are huge at Saginaw’s (all the sandwiches have a ton of meat), so you can be sure that you won’t leave here hungry.

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 3 am and 5 am, it’s only 99 cents. You can find Saginaw’s inside of Circa.

  • Location: 8 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$20

15. Siegel’s 1941

Siegel’s 1941 is a traditional sit-down restaurant at the El Cortez Hotel & Casino. They offer a diverse menu with plenty of choices. You can order anything from a tuna melt sandwich to NY steak & eggs or Mac & Cheese.

The food at Siegels is highly affordable, and they’re open late at night. In fact, they’re one of the few 24-hour restaurants on Fremont Street on the weekend.

  • Location: 600 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$20

16. Pizza Rock

Pizza Rock is one of the better pizza spots in downtown Las Vegas. It’s found near the Mob Museum slightly north of Fremont Street. There are a ton of different toppings and flavors of pizza on the menu, but the classic cheese is considered by some to be the best pizza in all of Las Vegas.

Aside from the pizza, the restaurant also serves Italian cuisines like classic meatballs and garlic bread. There are meatless and gluten-free options on the menu too.

  • Location: 201 N 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$20

17. Top Of Binion’s Steakhouse

The Top of Binion’s Steakhouse is an often overlooked Fremont Street restaurant. This steakhouse is located on the 24th floor of the casino, so it features a terrific view of the city.

Binion’s proudly serves Black Angus Beef cut by its in-house butcher shop. The cuts served include rib eye, filet mignon, and prime rib. You can also find a number of other classic dishes on the menu, like chicken fried lobster and short rib mac ‘n’ cheese.

  • Location: 128 e E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 
  • Price range: $40-$60

18. 8 East Pan-Asian Cuisine

8 East is one more excellent restaurant in downtown Las Vegas found inside the Circa Hotel. They are open for lunch, dinner, and happy hour, and serve a number of small plates and entrees focused on Pan-Asian dishes.

The food here is really good, and everything on the menu is affordable. If you eat here, I recommend you try both of their desserts, the Thai Tea Creme Brulee and the Asian Tiramisu. There’s a reason why the reviews of this place are so good.

  • Location: 8 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$20

19. Tony Roma’s

Tony Roma’s is a long-standing restaurant found inside the Fremont Hotel & Casino. This restaurant is known for its seafood, steaks, and ribs. The appetizers are also really good. I really enjoyed the buffalo chicken wings and the fried mozzarella sticks.

This spot is family-friendly, and the entire menu is in the $10-$30 range. If you have your kids with you, this is a great place for the entire family to eat for cheap.

  • Location: 200 E Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$30

20. Nacho Daddy

Nacho Daddy is a popular Mexican restaurant located near Fremont Street. This place is famous for its nachos, but its menu also features tacos, burritos, enchiladas, combination plates, and fajitas. There’s a solid breakfast menu as well.

This is is another great spot to grab a meal if you don’t want to have a full sit-down experience. The food is inexpensive, but it’s really good.

  • Location: 113 N 4th St, Las Vegas, NV
  • Price range: $10-$20

Downtown Las Vegas Restaurants near Fremont St

Most of the restaurants located downtown are found inside Las Vegas hotels. However, there are plenty of other places where you can dine off of the Fremont Street Experience.

Some of the restaurants on this list are located one or two blocks off of Fremont Street, but there are plenty of other dining options as well. I encourage you to explore the area. You’ll find dozens of other options up the street.

Benefits of Dining at Restaurant in Downtown Vegas

Visitors of downtown Las Vegas can enjoy a number of different types of food. Guests can enjoy a variety of French, Mexican, American, Italian, and Asian cuisines, along with pizzas, nachos, hamburgers, steaks, and seafood.

People too often limit themselves to the Las Vegas Strip. If you’ve never been to downtown Las Vegas, you’ll find it offers a nice break from the glitz and glamour of the Strip. The prices downtown are much cheaper too.