Looking for Las Vegas Restaurants?

You probably already know about lots of the great Las Vegas restaurants. But what about finding good places to eat near the Las Vegas Convention Center. Maybe you just finished setting up your display. You could be alone working the booth on the last day and just want a relaxing place to grab a bite to eat.

We get it – exhibitors travel a lot. Your feet, body and soul get tired.  You’re hungry but don’t have the time or energy to find a place to eat.  The options at the Las Vegas Convention Center suck. Sometimes you just need to get out of the exhibit hall, away from the crowds and noise for an hour.

There are some good quick choices near the Las Vegas Convention Center. Here are a few local, affordable and friendly restaurant suggestions from the Vegas Display staff.

You have a few good sub and sandwich options near the Las Vegas Convention Center. First, Capriotti’s – The best bet is The Bobby – who knew stuffing and cranberry would be delightful on bread? They also offer vegetarian options! Conveniently located at 322 West Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89102; phone (702) 474-0229. Capriotti’s offers online ordering.

Jersey Mike’s also offers a good variety of subs and sandwiches.  There are a bunch of tables where you can sit and eat. The owner of Vegas Display always gets the Cheese Steak. He’s a New Jersey guy and graduated from Rowen University outside of Philly. A great place to take your staff, but it may not be the best option for clients. Jersey Mike’s is an easy 10 minute walk just south of the Las Vegas Convention Center – Jersey Mike’s is located at 3900 Paradise Rd. Call  (702) 649-5656 to order.

Looking to you want to expand your experience, try Lee’s Sandwiches. This Vietnamese and Euro fusion joint is less than three miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center. Vegas Display often goes here for staff lunches.  3989 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV · (702) 331-9999. Their French baguette bread is always fresh. Online ordering also available.

If a nice Mexican Restaurant is more your thing, try Lindo Michoacán. This is a long time localsfavorite. In fact, it’s the first Las Vegas restaurant our owner went to when he moved to Las Vegas. Twenty five years later and Bob still eats here. This place can get crowded on weekends and service can be a little slow. There is usually live music and a festive atmosphere. A great Las Vegas Restaurant to take clients or to thank your staff after a long day at the convention center. Located about three miles east of the Las Vegas Convention center. 2655 East Desert Inn Rd. (702) 735-6828.

Looking for a place to take a client? Our office manager Billie Jo likes Umami for a gourmet burger with a Sports Bar ambiance. If you’re off the clock, go ahead and order a craft beer. You won’t be disappointed. Located inside SLS (the old Sahara Hotel) only a mile north of the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall or four miles from the South Hall (just kidding).  On a hot summer day, take the Las Vegas monorail and walk in via the rear entrance.

What if you’re working late and Las Vegas Restaurants are closed.  Exhausted, feet hurt and everything in the Las Vegas Convention Center is closed. Exit the rear of the North Hall, make a left and walk to the traffic light at the corner of Desert Inn and Swenson Street.  It’s a 3 minute walk and there you’ll find what we call at Vegas Display “the exhibitors last resort” 7-Eleven – open 24/7/365.

If all else fails go to In-N-Out Burger – We included a link just in case!