Where to Eat in the Vegas Strip Clubs
You’re heading off to the Vegas gentlemen’s clubs but you’re hungry. Do you really have to waste an hour trying to score dinner in your casino hotel coffee shop?
No. From fine dining to home-style diner food to standard bar fare, Las Vegas strip clubs know how to take care of their guests.
Best Vegas Strip Club Fine Dining
Treasures has a gourmet steakhouse connected to the club. I’ve eaten there and the food is excellent. Think the old-fashioned steakhouses at Caesars or Barbary Coast rather than the $275 steaks at joints like Craftsteak. You can check out the menu here.
One of the features at Treasures is that you can invite a dancer to have an elegant dinner date with you at their restaurant before retiring to the VIP. The club also offers dining packages with various steak or seafood options that include free transport and admission and a reserved VIP table in the gentlemen’s club for after dinner.
The Treasures steakhouse opens at 7 pm seven nights a week and is open until 5 am on Fridays and Saturdays, until 3 am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and until 1 am on Sundays and Mondays. You can also order from the steakhouse or the Treasures grill from inside the gentlemen’s club. The grill offers burgers, wings, salads and the like, but also things like shrimp cocktail.
Las Vegas’ largest gentlemen’s club, Sapphire, has a gourmet Mexican restaurant, El Dorado Cantina, connected to the club. If you like Mexican food, this place is the best you’ll find in Las Vegas and it’s all organic and non-GMO.
Think guacamole mixed fresh at your table, tacos and Mexican street food, a wide selection of fresh seafood dishes, carne asada and breakfast served all day. They have two happy hours (4-6 pm and midnight to 2 am) with 1/2 off all domestics and wells, $3.50 street tacos and a $7 food menu. Veterans and military get 20% off their entire bill with valid ID.
El Dorado is open 24/7, and you can order any items from their menu inside the Sapphire gentlemen’s club.
Floyd Mayweather’s Girl Collection is another club with an extensive food menu — everything from chicken wings and onion rings to shrimp cocktail, Caesar salad, Philly cheesesteak sandwiches, and steaks Oscar style with jumbo crab.
The food is prepared in their own kitchen and served out in the club so you can eat while you enjoy the show. The restaurant is open all hours that the club is open.
Vegas Strip Club Lunch Offerings
Spearmint Rhino LV has a great lunch deal — burger or grilled chicken sandwich, plus fries and a beer for $5. Substitute a steak sandwich and it’s $7. The food is prepared in Rhino’s kitchen and served at your table in the club. I’ve enjoyed this lunch deal several times. Rhino also offers Philly cheesesteaks, wings, chicken clubs and the like, as well as breakfasts, 24/7.
Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club serves typical bar food items, including burgers, dogs, wings, pizza, and fries, 24/7. From 8 am to 8 pm there is a special $5 menu that includes meals like three chicken tacos, two personal pizzas, sliders, 10 wings, or the like.
For a sit-down meal in a more elegant restaurant, Sapphire’s gourmet Mexican eatery, El Dorado Cantina (see above) is open 24/7.
Late Night Snacks in the Clubs
Crazy Horse III has a menu of 22 sushi and specialty rolls, plus tuna, yellowtail, salmon, shrimp, crab and eel nigiri. I’ve had the sushi here. They have a real sushi chef and it’s good traditional sushi served with wasabi and ginger and edamame, etc. They keep the menu small enough that everything is very fresh.
The sushi menu at Crazy Horse III is available from 10 pm to 4 am. They also offer typical bar food the same hours, including potstickers, calamari, wings, pizza and burgers.
Crazy Horse also has a menu of fine cigars available 24/7.
Palomino Club has no restaurant inside or attached to the club, but it has my favorite old-fashioned Vegas diner right across the street at Jerry’s Nugget Casino. The diner is literally a thirty-second walk across Las Vegas Blvd. Jerry’s 24-hour coffee shop has a full menu of home-style diner food, plus a lot of specialty Greek dishes, round-the-clock breakfast, and perhaps the best dessert bakery in town.
I’ve eaten in Jerry’s coffee shop many times and it’s excellent food at coffee shop prices. In the wee hours of the morning, this is a great place to hang out and watch the dancers come in from Palomino as they get off their shifts.
Breakfast 24/7 at the 24/7 Strip Clubs
Working graveyard? Want a lap dance fix before you head to the airport? You can get breakfast 24/7 at El Dorado Cantina at Sapphire, or from the club grill at Rhino, crazy Horse 3 or Hustler club. For more information, see our post on the Las Vegas strip club breakfast offerings.