Harrahs Las Vegas Food Court: Dining Options at The Fulton Street Food Hall

One of the nicest food courts in Las Vegas, the Fulton Street Food Hall at Harrahs Las Vegas offers everything from simple sandwiches to, lasagna, to sushi – all in a sleek and attractive, comfortable dining setting just off the casino floor. Alternatively, you can get your order to go.

The 12,000 square foot space can seat 250 guests. It’s about midway back in the casino There’s a lot of yellow and dark wood in this food court, but it all seems to work well. All in all it’s a great fast option that lets you quickly re-fuel before going back to all the fun and action.

Harrahs Las Vegas Food Court - the Fulton Street Food Hall
Harrahs Las Vegas Food Court – the Fulton Street Food Hall

The food court has nine different stations. You’ll go to which ever station (or stations) you prefer, than pay for the food at a central-cashier stand, sort of like cafeteria style.

Bobby’s Burgers – Opened in November 2021, Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay brought his twist on gourmet hamburgers to Harrah’s. The location out front next to the escalators going upstairs features items such as the “Bobby Blue & Bacon Burger,” which is topped with bacon and a blue cheese sauce. There’s also a selection of hand-crafted milkshakes for dessert. Open for breakfast, menu items include a variety of egg dishes and sandwiches.

Burger/Taco/Breakfast Bar – Everything from baja avacado toast in the mornings, to chicken sandwiches, burritos, tater tots and more.

Sandwich Station – Harrahs boast that the sandwich bread is freshly made there, and there are eight different flavors of the house-made bread to choose from.

They serve up a variety of both hot and cold sandwiches, including 13 different lunch sandwiches, along with four breakfast versions. There are also hot dogs and brats.

Harrahs Food Court's Salad area
Harrahs Food Court’s Salad area

Salad Station – A live action station where they serve up made-to-order salads with a variety of ingredients and toppings (including meats). After hours, when the manned-salad making station is closed, you can still select from many of the pre-made salads.

Pizza & Pasta Station – This live-action station serves up New York style pizza in 11 inch-diameter pies. You choose from one of seven different types of pizza, then they cook it for you there on the spot.

Sushi Bar – The sushi here is made fresh daily, and made all day. Among the choices on a recent visit were tuna, eel, salmon, crab, shrimp, yellowtail and octopus. Besides traditional cut rolls, you can select nigiri or sashimi.

Noodle Bar – Here you’ll find wok-tossed noodles and three different types of friend rice. Menu items include a selection of ramen noodles, miso soup, wonton soup, and roast duck noodle soup.

Harrah's Sushi Section
Harrah’s Sushi Section

Coffee & Bakery – The 30 plus bakery items here include cinnamon rolls, blueberry muffins, and sweeter treats, such as chocolate chip cookies, cream puffs, a black forest cupcake and tiramisu.

It’s here where you can also get your morning cup of coffee to go. They boast of 25 different Lavazza (an Italian import) coffee drinks.

While not in the breakfast category, the bakery section is also home to the gelato station, where you’ll be tempted by six different flavor options.

The frozen yogurt area at Harrahs
The frozen yogurt area at Harrahs

Bar – Then there is the bar station, which is just a regular bar. It doesn’t have much atmosphere, but there are 11 large TVs, along with video poker machines at the bar. Their signature morning hangover cure is the “Bakon Mary,” which is made of Bakon vodka, Bloody Mary mix and Guinness beer. It’s garnished with a strip of bacon.

Frozen Yogurt Station – A nice touch, but this area wasn’t open recently. When open, it seems to be a healthier option than ice cream, unless you’re like me and smother the yogurt with things like Oreo sprinkles.

Fulton Street Food Hall Hours

Monday – Thursday6 AM to 11 PM
Friday, Saturday & Sunday6 AM to 1 AM

(By Steve Beauregard. Top photo courtesy of Chase Stevens/Kabik Photo Group. Other photos courtesy of me – hence the poor quality.)