Fulton Street Food HallBook A Room
Daily6:30am - 11pm
We have temporarily updated our hours:
Fulton Café Friday-Sunday 6:30a-1p; Monday-Thursday closed
Sandwich/Soup/Salad Station 11a-11p
Coffee Station 6am-11pm
Burger/Taco/Breakfast Live Station Friday - Saturday, 6a-1a; Sunday - Thursday, closed
Pizza Station Friday – Saturday 11a-1a; Sunday – Thursday 11a-11p
Noodle Bar Thursday-Saturday 11am-11pm, Sunday - Wednesday closed
This is not a food court, but a chef-driven marketplace offering various selections made fresh throughout the day. Whatever you are craving, you’ll find it here.
What to eat at this Las Vegas food hall
Breakfast starts with a beautiful display case of bakery-fresh pastries, pies, muffins and cakes with an adjacent coffee bar featuring all of the best blends possible.
For lunch, devour some homemade soups or try one of the newest additions to Fulton Street Food Hall, Tacos Burritos & Crepes. Don't miss the “create your own” salad bar or our immense sandwich display.
Burger Bar is the newest addition of the Fulton Street Food Hall, and serves up Red River Farms Nebraska Angus Burgers, All-Natural Turkey Burgers, and Organic Veggie Burgers daily. The Burger Bar will also feature our classic, all-beef, regular and foot long hot dogs as well as bratwursts.
Dinner is ready at Fulton Street Food Hall. Visit the sushi bar for daily sushi specials or grab a bento box to go. Also scope out the neighboring noodle bar, with 10 of the best pan-Asian noodle dishes and soups you can try, from ramen to wonton soup.
Don't forget dessert! Satisfy your sweet tooth at the frozen yogurt station that offers a variety of choose-your-own toppings.
Vegan or vegetarian? Fulton Street Food Hall now features a plethora of options including Beyond Meat.
Why You'll Love It
Fresh sushi made all day every day
Create your own salad using an expansive variety of ingredients
Build your own pizza with Harrah's one-of-a-kind sauce
Enjoy the elegant bar
Start your day with a delicious pastry
Why You'll Love It
Even the country’s luxe buffet capital is getting the the food-hall game. Harrah’s jumped on the trend last fall, rolling out this affordable alternative with stations for pizza, noodles and fro-yo.To eat there: Snack on made-to-order rolls at the sushi bar or build-your-own pies at the pizza stall.To take on the road: There are to-go bento boxes, Lavazza coffee and nearly 40 types of pastries, from cupcakes to pies.