With living in small-town Wisconsin, we get just the usual McDonald’s and Burger King as fast food burger choices. Over the years, Las Vegas fast food has started to bring in some of the smaller niche eateries. Las Vegas fast food variety is one of the biggest reasons our daughter, Cheyenne wants to take her next trip to Las Vegas as soon as possible. She wants to see the Bellagio Fountains and Try In-N-Out burger.
Las Vegas Fast Food
In-N-Out is a west coast chain but is always packed. They have a smaller menu, but that also is what helps make them who they are. Sometimes it is best to be a master of a couple of items than a jack of all trades. One of these locations has recently opened up on the Linq Promenade, so you no longer have to go off strip to get a taste.
Shake Shack is attached to New York New York Casino for the last couple years. They have an ‘ice cream’ walk-up window or full fast food menu inside. Shake Shack is a spot for me to stop after the UFC fights at T-Mobile arena. They also have a small location inside T-Mobile where you can get select items. Sometimes getting something to cool down on those hotter Vegas summer is worth the extra money.
Some people live and die by one of the original fast food restaurants. White Castle Hamburgers. They have one of these recently added around the halfway point of the Las Vegas strip. These burgers have such a following that shortly after this location opened they were forced to close for several hours due to running out of food.
One of my favorites that I first had when I was in Illinois was Steak N Shake. They have recently opened one of these at the Hooters Hotel. When I need my salty fix, walking from MGM Grand to Hooters is worth the thin cut french fries. Oh yeah, Hooters Casino has a Hooters next to the Steak N Shake also if you need wings.
It seems like every chain restaurant has a presence on the strip. Taco Bell, McDonald’s and Buffalo Wild Wings to quick bites at Krispy Kreme for the sugar fix are all options.
Check out some of our other articles about Las Vegas:
- Preferred Options – Las Vegas – MLIFE Casinos and Hotels
- Cheap or Splurge – Las Vegas Strip Hotels
- Where can I purchase snacks while visiting Las Vegas?