19 "Downtown" Restaurants in Las Vegas.
Brasa Roja is a Colombian spot a five-minute drive from the Strip where you can get great, and inexpensive, food so bring a few friends.
You may have to walk through the smokey Eureka Casino to get it, but the burger at Fat Choy is one of our favorites in the city.
You’ll find some of our favorite sandwiches in Vegas at The Goodwich downtown.
When you need a last-minute, casual spot good for groups, bring everyone to Market Street Cafe in the California Hotel for a Hawaiian diner menu.
Pizza Rock downtown has more options for styles of pizza than we knew existed - bring a group or come for the late-night Happy Hour.
The Kitchen at Atomic downtown is the perfect one-two punch, come here for the varied menu of American food and then go next door to Atomic Liquors.
Evel Pie is an aggressively Evel Knievel-themed pizza spot in the Fremont East District downtown.
One the best late-night spots, Starboard Tack is a quick drive from the Strip, and where you’ll find things like Thai mussels and pu-pu platters.
You could come to Makers & Finders, a coffee shop in the Arts District for a quick cup, but you should sit and order from their Central American menu.
Eat is a Southern breakfast and lunch spot downtown with a space and food that are equally comforting.
PublicUs downtown could get away with just serving their great coffee, but they have a whole breakfast menu that’s worth staying for too.
Old Soul downtown is a comfortable restaurant serving twists on American classics and whiskey flights.
Gritz Cafe probably belongs more in the South than in downtown Las Vegas, but you’ll be grateful for their all-day Southern breakfast menu.
Hatsumi is a Japanese restaurant downtown with a long bar and a few booths where you’ll eat skewers and interesting small plates.
This secret bar inside another bar - Commonwealth in the Fremont East District - is reservation-by-text-only and one of the cooler places you can go.