The Fremont Street Experience
If you’re looking for the same personalized service, high entertainment value, and world-class amenities you would find on the Strip at a mere fraction of the cost...you need to try the Fremont Street Experience. Taking you back to the times of old Las Vegas, the Fremont Street Experience is set ablaze by neon lights and live music. This is the perfect backdrop for an fun-filled night out for you and your family.
Paradise Buffet & Café
Paradise Buffet & Café has the Fremont Hotel & Casino in the background and hosts an unbelievable and seemingly infinite feast. Enter the world of an exotic tropical garden as you can enjoy a variety of food choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu is diverse with options from the tropics and often changes. Many locals look forward to “Seafood Fantasy and Steak Night”.
The Golden Nugget has several dining options. Grotto, the Italian restaurant is a local favorite. The Sicilian-inspired décor provides a casual and relaxing ambiance of reds and browns, highlighted by zesty entrees of fish and chicken and delicious antipasti selections. The restaurant’s pizza oven is open until midnight to satisfy the gourmet cravings of pizza connoisseurs.
As the Golden Nugget’s trendy Japanese restaurant and lounge, famous nigiri and sashimi are usually preceded by an assortment of cold and hot appetizers. Eastern entrees are complemented by imported beers and sake.
4 Queens Hotel & Casino
Known for its grandiose style and scale, 4 Queens hosts the world’s largest slot machine. There are also several exciting restaurants that showcase the pulse of the hotel and casino surrounding them.
Furnished in the styles of the early 19th century, Magnolia’s stays alive 24 hours a day. From quarter pounders to Philly cheese steak sandwiches, all-beef franks to spicy chicken club sandwiches, expect to find the best of Americana cuisine. The Veranda looks down on its casino floor below and is the birthplace of the $8.95 prime rib dinner, which you can still find from 4pm ‘til midnight.
Hugo’s is the high-end dining option at 4 Queens. The restaurant is finely furnished to evoke a warm and rich atmosphere of older Las Vegas eating venues. A favorite appetizer is Hugo’s Hot Rock Specialty, consisting of beef, chicken, swordfish and shrimp tenderloins cooked table-side on a granite slab. Guests are treated to complimentary chocolate-dipped fruit with whipped cream. Hugo’s is also known for an impressive dessert selection, including signature recipes assembled at the table. Dinner here is an interactive experience you won’t forget.