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11 Spots For A Great Sandwich In Vegas

Last updated: March 25, 2019 at 1:11 pm. Posted by in Celebrities, Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on 11 Spots For A Great Sandwich In Vegas.

If you’re one of those people who believes a sandwich is way more than just some meat slapped between two pieces of bread, then Vegas is your city.

Making a great sandwich is an art form and we’ve got chefs in Vegas who have perfected the craft. No matter what kind of sandwich you’re in the mood for from savory to spicy to hearty to light, we’ve got something for you.

Here’s where to find a Tasty sandwich in Vegas

Giada's Pronto sandwiches at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Pronto sandwiches. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Pronto by Giada at Caesars Palace

Pronto by Giada is a perfect place to stop in for a quick sandwich. The celebrated chef serves her sandwiches with Italian and California flair. Be sure to try the signature muffaletta sandwich, made with marinated salumi, olive tapenade and provolone picante. Other tasty choices include a grilled vegetable and goat cheese panini, a Caprese panini and a curried chicken panini.

The BLAT sandwich at eatwell at The Cromwell Las Vegas

The BLAT sandwich at eatwell. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.


This 24-hour casual restaurant at The Cromwell has delicious sandwiches available day or night. We love the turkey BLAT with shaved turkey breast, avocado aioli, heirloom tomatoes, avocado and bacon.

Other good bets include the Cuban press with shaved pork shoulder, Swiss cheese, house slaw and mustard aioli and the Italian with thin-sliced artisan deli meats, mozzarella, tomato, onion and olive oil.

We highly recommend the grilled cheese sandwich at GIADA.

The grilled cheese at GIADA. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.


Nothing beats a gooey grilled cheese sandwich and GIADA at The Cromwell has one of the most flavorful ones around. This cheesy sandwich is topped with lemon pesto and heirloom tomatoes. For an extra kick, you can add prosciutto di Parma.

The RIP! Sandwich is filled with fried eggs, bacon, ham, cheddar cheese and arugula.

The RIP! Sandwich at Off the Strip. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Off The Strip

Who says you can’t have a sandwich for breakfast? This hangover-busting sandwich at Off The Strip at The LINQ Hotel & Casino is a great way to start your day. The RIP! Sandwich is filled with fried eggs, hickory smoked bacon, smoked ham, smoked cheddar cheese and arugula with lemon thyme dressing on top.

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The fried bologna sandwich at Toby Keith's.

The fried bologna sandwich. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill

If you’re looking for comfort food in sandwich form, you might want to try the fried bologna sandwich at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill at Harrah’s Las Vegas. It’s one of the signature dishes on the menu. The thick cut bologna is fried and topped with sautéed onions, American cheese and Miracle Whip on Texas toast.

The Motley Que sandwich at Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino.

The Motley Que. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar

For an over-the-top sandwich, look no further than Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino. The Motley Que Sandwich has been featured on Fieri’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” TV show. It’s made with pulled pork shoulder with Guy’s bourbon brown sugar barbecue sauce, stacked with citrus slaw, pickle chips, aged cheddar, onion straws and Donkey Sauce on a toasted pretzel hoagie.

Earl of Sandwich

If you’re a fan of hot sandwiches, Earl of Sandwich is the place to go. You can find them at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino or the Forum Food Court at Caesars Palace

Try their famous Original 1762 with roast beef, cheddar and horseradish sauce. We also like the Holiday Turkey with cornbread stuffing, turkey gravy, cranberry sauce and mayo. It’s Thanksgiving in a sandwich. Want something a little different? The Hawaiian BBQ is made with grilled chicken, ham, Swiss, pineapple and barbecue sauce.

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Gordon ramsay’s HELL’S KITCHEN

Who wouldn’t want a sandwich concocted by Gordon Ramsay? Don’t miss the short rib grilled cheese sandwich at HELL’S KITCHEN at Caesars Palace. It’s made with braised short rib, white cheddar cheese and caramelized onions on sourdough bread and it’s delicious. Enjoy fingerling potato chips on the side.

The croque monsieur at Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas.

The croque monsieur at Mon Ami Gabi. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Mon Ami Gabi

Brunch is always a good time for a sandwich and Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas serves a delicious French favorite, the croque madame. The warm ham and cheese sandwich is topped with Mornay sauce (a cheesy white sauce) and a fried egg. You can also get the croque monsieur without the egg. The sandwich is served with crispy frites.


Virgil’s Real BBQ

For a smokin’-good sandwich, head to Virgil’s at The LINQ Promenade for their brisket melt. The meats here are smoked at low temperatures for up to 10 hours, which means they are melt-in-your-mouth good. The Texas beef brisket sandwich is served on rye with melted cheddar and grilled onions. Choose from potato salad and coleslaw or fries for a side.

Pastrami sandwich at Maxie's

Try one of the towering sandwiches at Maxie’s.


This diner at The LINQ Promenade has lots of classic deli sandwiches including a Rueben, a buttermilk fried chicken sandwich with blueberry jam and jalapenos and a pepperoni grilled cheese.

If you have a big appetite, try the Jackpot, a triple-decker sandwich with pastrami, turkey and corned beef with Swiss cheese, Thousand Island cream cheese and coleslaw on rye.

Learn more about all of our Las Vegas restaurants and our celebrity-chef’s restaurants.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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