Don Vito’s Italian Restaurant at South Coast will pour you a free glass of house wine with the purchase of a dinner entrée. The offer is available Sunday through Thursday through April 6. South Coast also follows the tradition of its sister casinos (Gold Coast, Barbary Coast, Orleans and Suncoast) by offering a cart near the sports book selling hot dogs with all the condiments, including sauerkraut and onions for a mere 75Â¡.
The Sahara is still going strong with "2 On Thursdays." Club Sahara members (free to join) can stop by the club booth to pick up 2-for-1 buffet vouchers (or half off for solo diners,) 2-for-1 fajitas at Paco’s Restaurant and 2-for-1 well drinks at the Oasis and Thirsty Camel Bars. If you’re a player, you can also get a coupon voucher to collect a double payout on a second royal flush hit on Thursdays within a specified time limit.
Station Casinos’ Magic Star Casino (Boulder Highway and Magic Way) is serving great specials in the Star of the Valley Café including a 99-cent breakfast special every day served from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and round-the-clock specials like a $1.99 hamburger and fries platter, a $1.99 spaghetti special w ith meat sauce and garlic bread, and a $2.99 cheeseburger plate served with fries and a soda.
For seniors (55 and older) Barley’s Casino & Brewery in Henderson has a 99Â¡ Senior Silver Special available every Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. The special includes two fried eggs, diced potatoes, two strips of bacon and two pieces of toast (no substitutions allowed.) You must be a Barley’s Ultimate Rewards card member (again, free to join) and a beverage purchase is required to receive 99Â¡ breakfast special.
To quench your thirst try a pitcher of draft beer at Texas Station’s Whiskey Bar, Sports Bar or Splitz Bar for $5. Or try a bucket of five Bud or Bud Lights for only $10 (at the Splitz Bar only).
For more than five years Ellis Island Casino & Brewery has continued to offer one of the most popular steak specials in all of Las Vegas, without a price increase! The $4.95 steak dinner is not listed on the main menu, but all you need to do is ask for it. It’s a 10-ounce filet-cut sirloin, served with salad, potato and green beans with fresh rolls and butter.