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Ellis Island Restaurant

If you're a Las Vegas local or a visitor, you should know that the majority of foods and drinks at restaurants/buffets in and near the Strip casinos are a bit overpriced or totally overpriced! One exception is the Restaurant inside the Ellis Island Casino located behind the Strip. If you pass by it, Ellis Island looks like a small local casino, but there's more to it!

On Christmas morning, Bronsen and I went to go eat there for breakfast. I had heard from my friends that this was a hole in the wall restaurant that served great food and always had plate specials.

Bronsen drinking his coffee as usual:



The breakfast menu:



My NY Steak and Eggs was only $4.99. They made my steak perfectly!:



$ was not bad at all:



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