These are all great places to grab a quick bite (or a drink) in or near the Mob Museum. You can also check out our general recommendations for the Fremont East District, just two blocks east.
Speakeasy: The Speakeasy, in the Mob Museum Underground (basement level), serves a great menu of small bites. Caution: Everyone in your party must be 21+ in order to be seated and served.
Pizza Rock: Grab a slice at the window or a whole pie inside. Varieties from all over the USA, and a full bar to boot. Head out the front entrance of the Mob Museum, cross Stewart. On your right before you cross Ogden.
Triple George: Suitable for a full meal, this classic steakhouse is just a block away. Head out the front entrance of the Mob Museum, cross Stewart, look to your right.
Fremont Food Hall: Dunkin’, Steak ‘n’ Shake, and lots more, this modern take on a food court offers quick, affordable fare. Head out the front entrance of the Mob Museum, cross Stewart and then Ogden, and look to your right.
Project BBQ: A permanent food truck serving amazing smoked meats, right in front of Circa Las Vegas. Head out the Mob Museum, cross Stewart, cross Ogden, turn right on Fremont.
Whiskey Licker Up: Downtown’s only rotating bar (with plenty of non-moving seating for the whole family). Upscale bar for made from scratch. Head out of the Mob Museum, cross Stewart, cross Ogden, turn right on Fremont. Entrance is next to Whisky Likker Down on the front of Binion’s.
Chick-fil-A: Famous chicken sandwiches and waffle fries. In the Golden Nugget. Exit the Mob Museum, cross Stewart, Ogden, and turn right on Fremont to the Golden Nugget. Chick-fil-A is toward the back of the hotel—follow signs for Shark Tank (the pool) and ask staff for directions.
You’ll find additional fast food standards at the Plaza and the D, both on Fremont Street.