If you need cheap food at the Venetian and Palazzo resorts in Las Vegas there are more than enough options if you choose the food court route. First, there are two food courts at the properties and they are both located near the Grand Canal Shoppes. However, you can also find some cheap food inside the actual shops with spots like Grimaldi's serving a sit-down meal alongside the expensive window shopping choices.
Where to Go for the Best Food
The food courts though hold a few treasures as you can get yourself a lobster roll at Lobster ME or grab a slice at Social Life Pizza. Even though this property is home to some superior restaurants with huge price tags (Bouchon, CUT) it is safe to say that if you are looking to keep your food costs down you can do a decent job of it by sticking with the fast food option.
Food options are plentiful at the Palazzo and the Venetian but affordable food is a little harder to come by. The food courts are where you can skimp in order to splurge elsewhere, and they generally have a pretty decent selection of moderately-priced meals.
If you don't mind splurging a little, the taco specials at Cañonita Express are reason enough to take a walk to the food court, but fast food Chinese from Panda Express is an equally valid option if you're hoping to save money instead.
Other Food Options
- Cocolini: Assorted flavors of gelato
- Panda Express: Chinese fast food
- The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf: Coffee, tea, pastries, and pre-packaged sandwiches
- Godiva: A national luxury brand of chocolate makers
- Wasabi Jane: Asian fusion cuisine
- Johnny Rockets: 1950’s-style diner serving up American classics
- Sin City Brewery: Beer and light bar food
- Black Tap: Bar serving craft burgers and beers
- Canaletto Ristorante Veneto: Venetian-style Italian cuisine
- Cañonita: Mexico City soul food
- Carlo's Bakery: A mixture of confectionery treats like Italian desserts and savory bites like lobster tails
- Grimaldi's: Brick-oven style pizza