You just gambled away your life savings, danced the night away at Hakkasan Nightclub, spent all day lounging by the Wet Republic pool, and you’re now in desperate need of a cheap, yet delicious meal. Hey, who said you have to sacrifice taste at a price? In Las Vegas, cheap eats are easy to find. Try one of these favorite spots next time you’re looking for something to eat in Sin City.

Soho Sushi Burrito

What happens when you combine the two greatest food inventions of all time – the burrito and sushi? Pure. Magic. A little bit of a trek off the Las Vegas strip (but totally worth it), you’ll find yourself munching on a this unique take on burritos. The Fire Cracker is only $5.25 and includes spicy tuna with cucumber, cabbage, crispy wonton strips, sweet chipotle mayo, and honey habanero sauce. If you’re looking for something different, you’ll want to see Soho Sushi Burrito for yourself next time you’re in Las Vegas.

Tacos El Gordo

With 1400 hundred reviews (and counting) and a 4.5 star rating on Yelp, Tacos El Gordo takes the cake for the best late night taco cravings. After a long day and night partying on the strip, hit up this taco joint for an authentic, casual, and inexpensive meal. If you love street tacos, this is the place you want to be. Sin City never sleeps, and apparently neither does Tacos El Gordo. Open every night until 5 AM, have an Uber take you to the most delicious taco spot in all of Las Vegas.

Mr. Lucky’s 24-7

Late night eating near the strip doesn’t get more delicious (or inexpensive) as this. Located in the Hard Rock Hotel and open at all hours of the day and night, you can come into this place for a quick and easy deal after partying all night or for a mid-day lunch for basic diner food. For only $7.77, you can get a steak topped with a skewer of shrimp, mashed potatoes, veggies with the gambler’s special. Not feeling steak? Grab a burger, tater tots, pumpkin pie shake, or a uniquely delicious bloody Mary instead!

Lo-Lo’s Chicken and Waffles 

Chicken and waffles is the epitome of everything you need from a hangover breakfast. Let’s be real, what could make you feel better than the carb loaded waffles and the perfectly crispy fried chicken? This isn’t going to leave a puddle of grease in your stomach like other breakfast options, and leave you feeling perectly satisfied and ready to take on the rest of your Las Vegas adventure. Serving up comfort food all day, every day,  I promise Lo-Lo’s will get you right after a long weekend.

Secret Pizza

Who doesn’t love pizza after a night of partying? Hidden away on the third floor of The Cosmopolitan, you can find a quick, yummy, inexpensive meal late into the night. Secret Pizza serves up New York style pizza, soft drinks, and a few select beers on tap. Find fresh pizza like pepperoni, cheese, veggie, and more unique varieties offered warm and by the slice. It has a casual, fun atmosphere that will keep you coming back for more – if you can find it!

Which is your favorite? Chime in!