‘Prime’ bargains

Jun 8, 2004 3:05 AM

Prime rib is a prime promotion, often offered inexpensively as a loss-leader for casinos, but great for customers! Speedway Casino at the Ramada Inn in North Las Vegas (Cheyenne at I-15) is currently offering a prime rib dinner special in Rookies Café for just $3.99. The meal is an 8-ounce cut of prime rib and includes vegetables and a choice of potatoes. Salads and beverages are not included but may be purchased ala carte. The special is available 24 hours a day.

The Triple Seven Brew Pub at Main Street Station downtown also serves a prime rib deal for $6.99 available daily from morning opening until closing time, around 1 a.m. This special is another 8-ounce cut of prime rib, cooked the way you want it and includes vegetables and your choice of rice or potato.

The Jerry’s Nugget monthly special for June is an 8-ounce New York steak and snow crab leg Clusters dinner. The Canal Street Café is featuring this super meal deal for just $5.49 throughout the month of June. The special is served Sundays through Thursdays, from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Start the meal with your choice of homemade soup or a fresh, crisp garden salad. Side dishes include your choice of whipped or baked potato, French fries or rice, plus a selection of garlic or French breads.

Boulder Station’s Pasta Palace is featuring family nights during June. Every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. enjoy all-you-can-eat pasta, salad and bread for only $5.99 per person. There are several pasta selections to choose from. Reservations are suggested for these popular family nights. Call 702-432-7559 to reserve your table.

Get a giant ¾ lb. hot dog for just 99 cents at the Gold Spike downtown. A soft drink is even included and you can top it off with chili sauce for an extra half buck.

And the Gold Coast still serves mighty meaty hot dogs from a vendors cart daily near the race and sports book. Have it your way with kraut, onions or relish or just ask for the works. Anyway you want it, they are still only 75 cents each. What a deal!