Bally’s Las Vegas Food Court

For a hotel its size (nearly 3,000 rooms), Bally’s Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip doesn’t have a ton of dining options.

Yet while it isn’t exactly a culinary haven, Bally’s does have a serviceable food court that will do the trick should you need a meal without the wait of a sit-down restaurant.

The Food Court at Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
The Food Court at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

There are five fast-casual options here, ranging from burgers to Chinese food. Most are the kind you’ll likely find at your local mall.

Bally’s food court is located in the back, past the shops, on the extreme eastern end of the resort, close to the sportsbook. It’s contemporary, with plenty of seating, and clean (at least in my experiences).

Bally’s Hotel & Casino Food Court Restaurants

Here’s a little breakdown of the five options at Bally’s Food Court:

Johnny Rockets

The largest of the five restaurants, Johnny Rockets has own seating area, with windows that look out onto Flamingo Road and the Ling High Roller.

This popular retro-looking diner specializes in hamburgers. They now have a plant-based burger as well.

Inside the Food Court at Bally's Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas
Inside the Food Court at Bally’s Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas

Other menu items include a crispy chicken sandwiches, a BLT, hot dogs, chicken tenders, fries, onion rings and tater tots, along with milk shakes, including vegan shakes.

Johnny Rockets at Bally’s is open from 11 AM to 10 PM on weekdays, and 10 AM to 1 AM, Friday – Sundays.

Nathan’s Famous

Not just hot dogs here. There are chili cheese dogs as well.

Okay, there’s also salads, Philly cheesesteaks, chicken sandwiches, along with a small selection of beers and seltzers.

Nathan’s even has a breakfast menu, and they open at 7 AM.

Pan Asian Express

The Chinese fast-food outlet offers favorites like Kung Pao Chicken, Ginger Chicken, Beef & broccoli, Crispy Cashew Shrimp, Sweet & Sour Pork, hand-rolled egg rolls, wontons, pork dumplings and more.

They also have a small selection of alcoholic beverages.

Pan Asian at Bally's Food Court
Pan Asian Express at Bally’s Food Court

Sbarro

You’ll find both thick and thin crust pizza here, along with baked ziti, salads, garlic bread and Stromboli.

They close at midnight, seven days a week.

Subway

The made-to-order sandwich franchise has several locations up and down the Strip, including one here at Bally’s. There’s even another one just outside at the Grand Bazaar Shops.

Nathan's Famous Hot Dog at Bally's Food Court in Las Vegas
Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog at Bally’s Food Court in Las Vegas

Per their website, this particular location is open 24 hours a day.

Bally’s Las Vegas Food Court Hours

While Bally’s official site shows it closing at 8 PM on weeknights, each restaurant can set their own hours.

Nathan’s Famous, for example, closes at 11 PM on weekend nights, while Johnny Rockets closes at 1 AM on weekends. As mentioned above, the Subway restaurant here is open 24 hours a day.

More About Bally’s Food Court

  • Although it’s not really part of the food court, you can satisfy your sweet tooth at Blizz Frozen Yogurt and Crepes, which is right next door. In addition to their namesake, menu items include smoothies, Acai bowls and even waffles.
  • In addition to the food court, Bally’s has a coffee stand and deli for fast options. More traditional sit-down restaurants include the famous Sterling Brunch restaurant, and BLT Steak.
  • Even more dining options can be found steps outside Bally’s at the Grand Bazaar Shops along the Strip.
  • While nobody drives to a casino specifically for a typical food court, Bally’s food court is very easy to get to when driving, as it’s close to the resort’s convenient outdoor surface parking area.

The entrance into the food court is just off of Flamingo Road, close to the Bally’s surface parking lot, which is much closer than Bally’s parking garage.  

Next to the food court, on your way outside, is a self-service pay kiosk where you insert your parking ticket and pay before leaving.

(By Steve Beauregard. Photos copyright Gamboool.com)