Last Updated on April 19, 2023
Fremont Street is the epicenter of the Downtown area of Las Vegas. Famous for the Fremont Street Experience and all of the gambling, nightlife, and entertainment that Las Vegas is known for, there’s always something happening on Fremont St. In addition to entertainment, there are also many great restaurants to satisfy any appetite.
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for fine dining or cheap food. Fremont Street Las Vegas has it all. The only problem is deciding where to eat. We’ve created a guide to Fremont St. Las Vegas restaurants just for you.
Steakhouses & Fine Dining
- Hugo’s Cellar
- Vic & Anthony’s
- Barry’s Downtown Prime
- Andiamo Steakhouse
- Top of Binion’s Steakhouse
- Chart House
- Heart Attack Grill
- Magnolia’s Veranda
- Dick’s Last Resort on Fremont
- Hash House a Go-Go
- The Kitchen at Atomic
- The Park on Fremont
- Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar
- Second Street Grill
- The Smashed Pig Gastropub
- American Coney Island
- Whiskey Licker Up Saloon
- Cadillac Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar
Hugo’s Cellar is a great place for a romantic meal on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas. With its warmly-hued dining room and rose presentation for the ladies, Hugo’s offers the perfect atmosphere for a warm, intimate dinner with someone special. Even if you’re not out for a romantic evening, Hugo’s is still a place to enjoy a wonderful meal with friends.
Located at the Four Queens Resort and Casino, Hugo’s Cellar’s menu offers classics such as Hugo’s Renowned Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Rack of Lamb, and tender Veal Scallopini. You’ll also find delectable seafood options on the menu as well. Hugo’s Cellar is open nightly for dinner service.
Vic & Anthony’s
Vic & Anthony’s is an award-winning steakhouse on Fremont Street in Las Vegas. Located in the Golden Nugget Hotel, Vic & Anthony’s is a fine dining experience featuring steaks and seafood that remain in your memory for years to come. Start your meal with Japanese Waygu Carpaccio, then linger into the first course of filet mignon, chateaubriand, or a Wagyu Rib Cap. Vic & Anthony’s is open nightly for dinner service.
Barry’s Downtown Prime
Barry’s Downtown Prime is located in the Circa Resort & Casino on Fremont Street in Las Vegas. As soon as you walk in, you can instantly feel the vintage glamour of this classic steakhouse.
For an exquisite appetizer, start with the Shellfish Platter, which features all types of fresh seafood, such as shrimp cocktail, king crab legs, oysters, Maine Lobster, and more. For an entree, choose from their selection of wet or dry-aged steaks, or go for something like the Colorado Lamb Chops or Dover Sole. We like that Barry’s Downtown Prime also offers a vegan menu and a long list of wines and signature cocktails to enjoy. Barry’s Downtown Prime is open nightly for dinner service.
Andiamo Steakhouse in the D Las Vegas is an Italian American explosion of flavor on Fremont St in Las Vegas. They offer a large menu of fine steaks, pasta, and Italian specialty dishes. If you’re a steak lover, you won’t be disappointed in the superior quality of their steaks. Their Bone-In Ribeye with the Andiamo Signature Zip Sauce is a must.
We Also love the Shrimp Scampi with house-made linguine, Osso Buco with creamy polenta, and the Penne Salsiccia, which features flavorful sausage, spinach, herbs, and tomatoes in a vodka creme sauce.
The Andiamo Steakhouse is open nightly for dinner service.
Top of Binion’s Steakhouse
Top of Binion’s Steakhouse is located on the 24th floor of Binion’s Gambling Hall. Its location offers spectacular views of downtown Las Vegas, which, combined with the romantic atmosphere, make it a favorite spot for a special meal in Las Vegas.
The menu is full of elegant, delicious food, with each dish being created to compliment the atmosphere and mood at the Top of Binions. Of course, there are high-quality steaks, but we also love their Signature Creations like their Chimichurri Sea Scallops and Risotto Champignon. The dessert menu is equally romantic, with classics like Baked Alaska and Creme Brulee.
The Top of Binions Steakhouse is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays but is open every other night for dinner service.
The Chart House is a steakhouse-style chain restaurant that’s located in the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. The environment is serene and welcoming, and the menu features a delectable selection of steaks and seafood. Favorites on the dinner menu include the slow-roasted prime rib and the Mac Nut Mahi with sticky mango rice.
Unlike most of the other steakhouses on Fremont Street, the Chart House also offers a lunch menu that’s perfect for a lighter midday meal when you’re exploring Fremont St and the surrounding downtown areas.
The Chart House is open for lunch and dinner service on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. They’re open for dinner service only during the week.
Upscale Casual Restaurants
Grotto Ristorante on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas is a romantic Italian dining experience. Grotto Ristorante is a Michelin Dining Guide recommended restaurant and has earned a list of Open Table restaurant awards. This is the perfect spot for an intimate dinner or a larger gathering to celebrate a special someone or a special occasion.
The menu is streamlined, but the end result is perfect simplicity. Choose from a selection of salads & soups, authentic pizzas, pasta, and several traditional Italian entrees. Come for the atmosphere and food, but stay because you feel like you’re home.
Grotto Ristorante is open Fridays and Saturdays only for dinner service.
Therapy is located just a few steps from the El Cortez on Fremont Street and offers a wonderful escape from the buzzing energy of Downtown Las Vegas. Step inside, and everything around you feels transformed.
Therapy offers upscale dining options at more affordable pricing, and their small plates are great for sharing. Must-try dishes at Therapy include the Lobster Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Red Velvet Waffle Sliders, and Mexican Street Corn Fritters. Make sure to take a look at the cocktail menu and choose a delectable sip to accompany your meal.
Siegel’s 1941 is located in the El Cortez Hotel and offers a feel of old Vegas as soon as you walk through the door. Siegel’s is probably most well known for their prime rib dinner at a super affordable price, but we can’t resist their breakfast and late-night menus as well. Siegel’s 1941 is open and waiting for you any time hunger strikes in Downtown Las Vegas.
Casual & Cheap Eats On Fremont Street
Heart Attack Grill
On Fremont Street in Las Vegas is where you’ll find one of the most fun and memorable theme restaurants in Sin City. The Heart Attack Grill pushes your cardiac limits in ways you won’t soon forget.
You get a sense of what you’re in for when you see that guests can be weighed before entering, and all guests who pass the 350lb mark eat for free. The Heart Attack Grill is where a waitress dressed as a nurse serves burgers that come close to crossing the 10,000 calorie mark and shots that are served in prescription bottles.
You might need to be wheeled out in a wheelchair, but you’ll at least have fun in the process. The Heart Attack Grill is open daily for lunch and dinner.
Magnolia’s Veranda is located at the Four Queens Hotel on Fremont St and is situated to overlook the casino floor. When you’ve worked up an appetite at the blackjack table, Magnolia’s Veranda is right there, ready to cater to your appetite’s every whim. From ham & eggs to burgers and prime rib, Magnolia’s has old school traditional Vegas casino food, but nothing fancy here.
Dick’s Last Resort on Fremont
Dick’s Last Resort has become an iconic Las Vegas favorite, and they now have two locations in Sin City. Their first location is right on the Las Vegas Strip, and the second is in Downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street.
If you’re not familiar with Dick’s Last Resort, the last thing you want to do is show up with a stuffy attitude or without your sense of humor. The staff teases and plays with their guests, and it can sometimes get a bit raunchy. Don’t worry, tho. It’s all in good fun.
Huge appetites will love the Dick’s Big Meat Challenge and the 45-ounce Big Dick Margarita. The menu ranges from bar food to casual restaurant fare, with something for everyone.
Dick’s Last Resort is open daily for lunch, dinner, and drinks.
Hash House a Go-Go
Hash House a Go-Go, is a favorite in Downtown Las Vegas for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. For those who don’t quite make it to Hash House A Go Go for their morning meals, they do offer a dinner menu that includes favorites like Chicken & Waffles, Shrimp Scampi, and Chicken Pot Pie.
Still, the breakfast and lunch menu is where it’s at. The Hashes are the star of the show, but we wouldn’t turn down the Griddled French Toast, Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken Benedict, or the Basic Breakfast with two eggs, potatoes, meat, fresh fruit, and a biscuit or toast. Total yum, and totally what you need to shake off last night’s overindulgence.
Hash Hous A Go Go is located on Main Street in the Plaza.
The Kitchen at Atomic
If you’re in the mood for some casual eats that are accompanied by top-tier craft cocktails, the Kitchen at Atomic is calling your name. Their menu is super casual and affordable, with bar food-style grub like burgers & french fries, street tacos, steak sandwiches, and some super fresh salads.
To accompany the food, the Kitchen at Atomic offers a libations menu with house staples like Strawberry Fields, which is a masterful blend of gin, strawberry, Campari, and elderflower, plus basil shrub, and lemon. This is just a small sample of the creativity that you’ll find on the libations menu. The Kitchen at Atomic is located next to Atomic Liquors and is open for dinner every night for dinner, except for Mondays when they’re closed.
Eureka!, located on Fremont Street, is the place to eat, drink, and socialize on Fremont Street in Las Vegas. This cherished spot is located not far from the El Cortez and offers all the tasty bites, craft brews, and signature drinks to keep both your belly and your spirit happy. Join them for “Hoppy” Hour, where you can score a great deal on craft beers, wine, mixed drinks, and shareable nibbles.
The Park on Fremont
The Park on Fremont is an eclectic marriage of neon Vegas and a hidden sanctuary. Located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, visitors can choose outdoor seating for first-class people watching or the more intimate environment of the indoor dining area.
Either way, prepare to have your taste buds tantalized, and if you’re lucky, you might catch some live music or a DJ spinning tunes while you dine on delicious dishes like Vegan Garbage Fries, Tacos, and Smash Burgers. Brunch is also available with dishes like egg sandwiches, deviled eggs, avocado toast, and chilaquiles.
The Park on Fremont is open Wednesday thru Sunday, with varied opening hours. They are open late for those late-night munchies or for when you just want a cool, relaxed vibe place to enjoy a couple of cocktails in Las Vegas.
Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar
The Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar at Container Park is a bright, airy, welcoming spot to grab something to eat near the Fremont Street Experience. The food is casual, and the atmosphere is friendly.
We love that there’s monkey bread on the appetizer menu, and carne asada fries are delicious. Some delicious, filling sandwiches fill out the menu, and you can finish with a warm chocolate chip skillet. There’s no shame in having a sweet tooth at the Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar!
Second Street Grill
Are you in the mood for some breakfast on Fremont Street? Second Street Grill is not going to let you down. The Second Street Grill is just purely good food at reasonable prices. The breakfast menu features classics like Build Your Own Omelet, Steak and Eggs, French Toast, and more.
If you had too much fun at the Fremont Street Experience and got a late start to the day, there are also burgers, sandwiches, and a category that they call Island Favorites. It’s pure enjoyment that won’t break your budget on Fremont Street.
Peyote is a unique Latin American-inspired restaurant on Fremont Street in Las Vegas. Both the ambiance and the food are flavorful and rich, and you’ll no doubt be craving more before you even leave. Some favorites on the menu at Peyote include Brussels Sprouts Enchiladas, Veracruz-style grilled octopus, and Oaxaca-style mole wings.
If you’re feeling adventurous, try the chorizo margarita that’s made with chorizo fat-washed tequila, agave, and lime.
The Smashed Pig Gastropub
The Smashed Pig is a Gastropub extraordinaire just a short walk from the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas. The bold flavors of every dish and the energy of the open kitchen are nothing short of memorable.
The Smashed Cubano with ham, mojo pork, pickles, swiss, and Cuban aioli is just a sample of the flavor explosion you can expect. The menu is filled with burgers, sandwiches, appetizers, and big plates that will have your mouth water. The Smashed Pig Cocktail is a must to try while you’re there.
American Coney Island
American Coney Island is located at the D Las Vegas and is a great place to get cheap eats when you’re wandering around Downtown. The menu is filled with quick bite favorites, like coney dogs, cheese fries, sandwiches, and more.
Whiskey Licker Up Saloon
The Whiskey Licker Up Saloon is located in the Binion’s Gambling Hall on Fremont Street and is just a quick walk from the Golden Gate Hotel. The name is fun, but it doesn’t even come close to what you’ll find inside.
At the Whiskey Licker Up Saloon, the drinks are stiff, the food is great, and the energy is always upbeat. We can’t help but recommend the Build Your Own Licker Burger or the Drunken Burger with Whiskey BBQ Sauce. No matter what you choose, you’ll have a great time at this spot on Fremont Street.
Cadillac Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar
The Cadillac Mexican Kitchen is located in the Golden Nugget on Fremont Street in Las Vegas. If there’s one thing that can liven up your time at the Fremont Street Experience, it’s definitely great Mexican food and tequila!
We like that they have a generous happy hour that runs from 11 AM to 7 PM and includes great drink specials, along with some really good deals on Mexican-inspired snacks and shareable plates.
Pizza & More on Fremont Street
Chicago Brewing Company at the Four Queens
Craft beers, the best pizza, sandwiches, appetizers, and more, all in one spot? Sign us up! The Chicago Brewing Company is a relaxed pub vibe where you can casually hang out with friends while sharing drinks and pizza or catch the hot game without the crowds that you’ll find on the Las Vegas Strip.
Being close to the Fremont Street Experience makes this a great restaurant to stop at when your hunger is taking over, and you’re not ready to hit the hardcore bar scene.
Mob Pie is located in Container Park on Fremont Street and offers up some of the best free smells the downtown Las Vegas area has to offer. The aroma of fresh, hot, cheesy pizza floats through the air and is hard to resist. Grab a quick slice, or choose something even more decadent from their selections of pasta and dessert.
Evel Pie is nestled right between the El Cortez and the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas. Trust that Evel Pie isn’t your ordinary pizza spot. Some of the popular pizzas on the menu include Evel Knievel’s Super Kick A** Combo, the Oliva Gluten-Free John, Garlic Deez Knots, and an extensive list of toppings. Evel Pie is also really affordable, with the cheapest item on the menu being a slice of the Cheezy Rider for only $5.
Sushi & Asian Cuisine on Fremont Street
Red Asian Cuisine
Red Asian Cuisine, located at the Golden Nugget, offers the perfect fusion of Japanese and Chinese cuisine. With a sleek, modern interior, and an extensive menu of sushi, noodles, rice, and wok entrees, there’s no craving that will go unanswered. Enjoy authentic Asian cuisine at this favorite on Fremont Street on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday during traditional dinner hours.
Le Thai is a Vegas original that features rich, flavorful curries and authentic Thai dishes with unimaginable flavor. This is the perfect spot to stop for a soul-warming meal when you’re ready to step away from the bar scene of Downtown Vegas.
There’s a long list of curries, noodles, and rice dishes, each created with a special flair and love of Thai food. If you love Thai Cuisine, you’re not going to regret stopping here for lunch or dinner.
8 East is located at the Circa Resort & Casino, and they offer streamlined Pan-Asian cuisine and elevated flavors, thanks to the Chef’s special sauces.
8 East is where you can find carpaccio with a Pan-Asian touch, along with Cumin Lamb Lollipops, Brisket Fried Rice, and a Duck Roll.
We enjoy that 8 East also offers a selection of teapots and french press options on their menu. It’s nice to step away from Fremont Street and enter into a bit of calm serenity if only for the time you’re enjoying your meal.
What caught your eye in the list above? Was it the Red Velvet Waffle Sliders, or maybe a plump, fresh shrimp cocktail? Perhaps pizza or top-quality steak is your game. No matter what you’re craving, Fremont Street has the answer. Save up your appetite and enjoy!