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Restaurants at Tropicana Resort & Casino Las Vegas

prime-ribThere aren’t that many dining options at Tropicana Resort & Casino but you don’t need to worry as there are quite a lot of cuisines available. You can try some Italian food or enjoy some Cuban exotic dishes and of course, the classic American cuisine is present.

Bacio – Italian

The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Thursday between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. and on Friday & Saturday between 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. It is closed on Sunday & Monday. Reservations are recommended.

It serves authentic Italian dishes in a trattoria setting. You can choose from Calamari and Shrimp Scamp, to different kinds of pasta and spaghetti.

Breakfast & Lunch Buffet are available for $9.90. The dinner menu includes items such as Fried Mozzarella ($8), Bruschetta ($7), pizzas ($10), spaghetti ($16) and tiramisu ($6). A single espresso costs $4.

Legends Steakhouse – Steakhouse

The restaurant is open on Sunday, Monday and Thursday between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. and on Friday & Saturday between 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. It is closed on Tuesday & Wednesday. Reservations are recommended.

Guests can enjoy flawless steaks, fresh seafood and other steakhouse classics. The Shrimp Cocktail ($12), Prime Rib ($24 16 oz) and the Atlantic Salmon ($24) will make your mouth water. Or you can try the Roasted Half Chicken ($22) or maybe some Lamb Chops ($26). Excellent wines accompany the dishes.

Havana To Go

It is located right off the main casino floor, at the base of the Island tower.

Coffee anyone? Or maybe some quick tasty bites? They surely have them here. You can try the breakfast muffins, salads or the hot pressed sandwiches. Breakfast sandwiches start at $5.95 and all finger foods cost $6.95. As for coffee, single espresso costs $1.95.

South Beach Café Deli

It is located just off the casino floor and open 24 hours a day for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night snacks.

If you need a bite to eat any time of the day, then this is the place to try. Mozzarella Sticks and Chicken Fingers are to die for or you can try one of the classic monster cheeseburgers. Everything is made to order so even the vegetarians are happy here.

Breakfast items start at $595, salads and signature sandwiches at $8.95. The diner classics – such as macaroni and cheese and meatloaf – start at $9.95