Dining choices are plentiful at one of the cheapest hotels on the Las Vegas Strip.
It’d better since the hotel’s roughly 4,000 rooms make it the sixth-largest in Las Vegas, which means there’s a lot of demand for food.
In addition to a steakhouse, Italian restaurant, poolside restaurant, and buffet, the Excalibur Hotel and Casino offers a restaurant where the waitstaff insults you (on purpose), a fast-casual Mexican restaurant, and a dinner performance with horses (as entertainment, not the meal).
The following is a list of all the dining options available at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino:
Anchovies in Beppo’s mouth
Buca di Beppo, Excalibur’s Italian restaurant, is a famous franchise throughout the country. In Las Vegas, there are four Buca di Beppo restaurants, including one at Excalibur.
Family-style dining in the Italian restaurant business is known for its delicious cuisine and generous servings.
The dining room is open, as seen in the picture, and as a result, it may be rather noisy at times. On the third floor of the Excalibur, you’ll find everything from pizza to mini-meatballs, baked ziti to fettuccini, and everything in between.
|Hours:||Sunday – Wednesday: 10:30 am to Midnight|
Thursday – Saturday: 10:30 am to 2 am.
|Phone Number:||(702) 795-1010|
Excalibur is Dick’s last chance to win.
“Hooters” in food and atmosphere, yet your wait staff criticizes you instead of flirty, gorgeous waitresses. When you go to Dick’s Last Resort, you’ll have a giant paper, dunce-type hat, and napkins tossed at you as part of the prank.
This restaurant is known for its extensive menu that includes various delectable dishes. This restaurant is known for its “pulled pork sandwich” and its “pickle chips” (slices of pickles deep-fried). There are nine varieties of daiquiris on sale at this establishment.
If you enter the casino from the main door on the Strip, you’ll see it immediately away since it’s in such a prominent place. Dick’s Last Resort has live music on the weekends for your listening pleasure and enjoyment.
|Hours:||Sunday – Thursday: 11 am to 11 pm.|
Friday and Saturday: 11 am to Midnight.
A steakhouse called Camelot
The Excalibur’s steakhouse is located here. (The Las Vegas Gaming Commission mandates that every casino in the city must have one).
Even though it is not as exquisite as many of Las Vegas’ other steakhouses, The Steakhouse at Camelot is far less expensive. There are plenty of beef items on the menu, but there are also a few seafood options, such as salmon and crab cakes.
“Zagat Winning Food and Service” is touted on Excalibur’s website.
|Hours:||Sunday – Saturday: 5 pm to 10 pm.|
|Phone Number:||(702) 597-7449|
The Excalibur Buffet
It’s a conventional Las Vegas buffet, although it’s one of the more reasonably priced options.
All Day Wristbands, which allow you to eat at the restaurant for the whole day at a discounted price, are offered by the restaurant, which has cheaper buffet costs than others.
Please check this page for the most up-to-date information on costs, which fluctuate daily depending on whether you come during the week or on the weekends. Excalibur’s buffet costs are listed below.
All-you-can-drink packages are often available at the Excalibur Buffet.
The Excalibur brunch buffet is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Crab legs and other specials are served on Friday and Saturday evenings. It’s open from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m.
|Hours are as follows:|
|Breakfast:||7 am to 11 am|
|Lunch:||11 am to 4 pm|
|Dinner:||4 p.m. to 10 pm.|
Excalibur Hotel, Drenched Bar & Grill
When you’re visiting the Excalibur pool complex, stop by the Drenched Bar & Grill for a quick bite or a refreshing cold drink. The Drenched Bar & Grill is located near the pools.
From Sunday through Saturday, the hours are from 10 a.m. Until 6 p.m.
Fresh from the Bay Area
Baja Fresh is located on the casino floor, close to Dick’s Last Resort, unlike the fast-food restaurants above.
Excalibur’s Tex-Mex restaurant chain delivers some of the best value in Vegas dining.
I had never eaten at a Baja before my recent trip to the Excalibur, but I truly appreciated this counter-service restaurant. Prices were fair, and the ingredients seemed to be in good condition. Fish tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and other Mexican fare are on the menu at this restaurant. You may also set your level of heat at the salsa bar.
Hours: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday through Saturday.
Burgers, shake, and malts are all on the menu at this nationwide franchise with retro-style decor from the 1950s. Eggs, pancakes, and omelets are just a few items on the morning menu.
Johnny Rockets is one of a few Excalibur restaurants operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It may be found on the casino floor, on its south side.
Hours: every day of the week, 24 hours a day.
AKA: Orange Julius / Dairy Queen
From 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., this Dairy Queen/Orange Julius combination stand is located on the lower level, just below the casino floor.
A modest assortment of hot dogs, burgers, and chicken are available, but the restaurant is well known for its extensive range of ice cream sandwiches.
While we’re on the subject of fast food….
On the resort’s second floor, there is a food court with fast counter service options. Cinnabon, Popeyes Chicken, Pizza Hut Express, and the like come to mind.
(Related: Find out why I think Excalibur is the finest family-friendly hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.)
Rather than being a restaurant, the “Tournament of Kings” is more of an attraction at the Excalibur. You’ll be seated in an arena as you eat your three-course dinner and watch the jousting. Another Renaissance-era entertainment is also available. Tickets start at $65.60 plus tax and taxes and include the lunch.