Just about every big casino on the Strip has an inexpensive food court. But it's the charming ambiance of New York–New York's Village Eateries that separates it from the pack. There are several dining options in this faux–Greenwich Village setting where you can stroll along cobblestone alleyways, past brownstone replicas replete with details such as awnings, backlit windows, and metal fire escapes. There's even a shoeshine stand located below a faithful reproduction of a subway entrance in Manhattan. Traffic signage and old-school parking meters and pay phones contribute to the illusion. You can nosh on pizza, burgers, hot dogs, quesadillas, cheesesteaks, fish-and-chips, ice cream, and plenty of other treats. Most restaurants close at 10 pm; Sirrico's Pizza is open until 3 am.