MGM Food Court: The Worst (and Best) Restaurants at the Hotel
The Hotel is a sight for sore eyes, especially when you are on vacation at MGM food court. However, the food at The Hotel can sometimes be disappointing. If you are looking for an amazing meal one night, you were probably out at dinner hours earlier and left with nothing but pizza from room service. Read on to find out where to eat at The Hotel.
The best and worst restaurants in the food court
The best restaurants in the food court area, hands down, The Peninsula. The Peninsula is not only one of the most popular restaurants at The Hotel, but it is also one of the most expensive. You can easily find a table for two at The Peninsula for $500 per person. For that price, you get an amazing meal prepared by chefs who have worked at some of the greatest restaurants in the world. If you want a more modest meal, Blue Ribbon Sushi and Teppan Yaki are your best bets in the food court.
The worst restaurant in the food court is Cheesecake Factory. It is overpriced and typically has long wait times for a table.
The most expensive restaurant at The Hotel
The most expensive restaurant at The Hotel is the Aria Restaurant. It costs $400 per person and includes a five-course meal with wine pairings. If you want to eat here, you should plan on eating between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m.
The cheapest restaurant at The Hotel
The cheapest restaurant at The Hotel is B.B. King’s Blues Club and Grill. You can get a steak dinner for less than $10 at B.B. King’s Blues Club and Grill, which is a steal considering the price of a steak dinner at other restaurants in Las Vegas typically costs more than $30!
The best and worst restaurants in the food court were not meals, but rather how long it took them to serve the meal. While the most expensive restaurant had the longest wait time, the cheapest restaurant had a short wait.
The food court at The Hotel isn’t just a place for food. It’s a place for people to get together and eat quickly or to spend some time in a place that’s usually bustling with activity