Mandalay Bay food court

The Mandalay Bay food court is exactly what you need. With a selection of popular restaurants, it has a little something for everyone. Here’s what you’ll find in one of the favorite food court

Is the Mandalay Bay food court open?

The Mandalay Bay food court is open but not all the restaurants there are. Currently, only two of the five dining options, Subway and Johnny Rocket’s, are open to serve guests.

Is the Mandalay Bay food court open 24 hours?

The food court is open 24 hours, however, the only restaurant that is currently serving guests 24 hours a day is Subway.

Where is the Mandalay Bay food court located?

The Mandalay Bay food court is located right outside the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. The food court is very near to the entrance of the Shark Reef Aquarium. If you’re coming in from the garage, go through the doorways and follow the cobblestone path towards the Convention Center. You’ll pass the wedding chapel right before you find the food court located to your left.

Pan Asian Express – Currently Closed Due to Covid

Pan Asian Express defies the myth that all food court restaurants are unhealthy. The Pan Asia Express serves up modern Asian, bistro-style fare that includes plenty of healthy, fresh options like stir-fry and noodles, all fresh, made to order, and served steaming hot.

Pan Asian Express also serves some of your favorite Asian-style dishes, like Orange Chicken and Crispy Cashew Shrimp, all with an elevated bistro-style flair.

Bonanno’s New York Pizzaria – Currently Closed Due to Covid

Traditional, New York-style pizza, all the way across the country in Las Vegas? Bonanno’s would have you thinking that you’re in the Big Apple itself with hand-tossed, brick oven pizzas, and plenty of other classic Italian-American favorites.

Come to Bonanno’s for a slice of crave-worthy pizza and pasta dishes like baked ziti, and chicken parmigiana that comes close to what nonna used to make.

Johnny Rocket’s

A trip to Johnny Rocket’s is like a trip back to the 1950s. With retro decor and a menu that’s simple, featuring classic soda-shop favorites, Johnny Rockets has become an American tradition. When visiting Mandalay Bay, a stop at the food court is your ticket to great burgers, fries, and super thick, super delicious milkshakes.

Nathan’s – Currently Closed Due to Covid

Nathan’s has a reputation with roots back in the early 1900s. Famous for their hot dogs and perfectly seasoned, perfectly crinkled fries, Nathan’s has developed somewhat of a cult following over the years. Not in the mood for dog and fries? Try one of their famous Philly cheesesteaks or chicken sandwiches instead.


When you need a quick meal, you can’t go wrong with Subway. Known as the world’s largest sub sandwich chain, Subway is where you can go to get a quick, fresh, and healthy meals, pretty much anywhere in the world – including the Mandalay Bay food court.

Subway in the Mandalay Bay food court is open Monday-Sunday, 24 hours a day.

Better Food Options

The Mandalay Bay food court is a favorite among many but it’s not the only option in Vegas. If you’re looking for a fast meal, without the hassle of reservations or waiting in line, you’ll want to explore a few of the other best food courts in Las Vegas. Here are just a couple of our favorites.

Block 16 Urban Food Hall

Block 16 Urban Food Hall is located in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Unlike your typical food court, Block 16 Urban Food All is more of a curated blend of purveyors, who have been sought out to supply the Cosmopolitan’s guests with a diverse selection of nibbles, meals, and drinks. All equally worthy of the budding cult following.

Come to Block 16 Urban Food Hall to explore purveyors such as District: Donuts.Sliders.Brew or Lardo, where you can get one of the most talked-about sub sandwiches in Vegas.


Eataly Las Vegas at Park MGM is another spot you don’t want to miss. The large-format, Italian Marketplace is an adventure on its own. At Eataly, you’ll find a collection of Italian restaurants, food stands, bakeries, beverages, retail nooks, and even a cooking school. If you love Italian food and culture, Eataly is a “must-have” food court experience.

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