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Eating Cheap on the Strip
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AIR DATE: April 11, 2012

Las Vegas brags about having a wealth of high-end restaurants with top-notch celebrity chefs. But that notoriety also comes with a pricetag. ($120 for a two-course meal at Joel Robuchon's, anyone?) So how do you dine well on the Strip, without breaking the bank? Three food bloggers share their tips. Plus, Eric Gladstone and Zeke Quezada talk about their book, "Restaurants in Las Vegas: The Best for Less."
 
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Eric Gladstone, author, "Restaurants in Las Vegas: The Best for Less"; food blogger, NowImHungry.com
Zeke Quezada, travel blogger and author, "Restaurants in Las Vegas: The Best for Less"
Jim Begley, food blogger, SplurgeMonkey.com
 
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    It's good to hear you talking about vegetarian and vegan eating. Thank you.
    Roy RendahlApr 10, 2012 21:42:57 PM
    I found that the Pamplemousse French bistro has the best French food in terms of flavor. The prices are not cheap, and the building is definitely far from extravagant; however, the interior is the cutest I have ever seen in Vegas, and I had the best tasting Rack of Lamb there. pamplemousserestaurant.com
    James ChoApr 10, 2012 10:32:33 AM
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