As we were driving to Las Vegas last Feb, it was lunch time and we stopped at Fiesta Henderson. We used our coupon from the American Casino Guide book for a wonderful lunch in the cafe. Food was great, service was great... we will go back again.
Cafe Fiesta opened in 2013 in the space formerly occupied by a Denny's. In March (2013) my wife and I dropped in for breakfast on a Tuesday when seniors (50+) enjoy ½ point dining. We found the restaurant to be bright and open. We each ordered easy over eggs, wheat toast, hash browns and bacon. The eggs were perfect, the bacon crispy, the hash browns tasty, but the bread was barely toasted. We weren't the only one disappointed in the toast because we overheard a nearby customer sending his back to kitchen. The 2014 American Casino Guide includes a coupon good for $10 off a $20 purchase.
The modern sports book is relatively large and includes 4 giant-screen TVs, 25 HD Plasma TVs and almost 100 individual monitors. A hot dog cart is operated during games, but is best avoided since the hot dogs are prepared ahead of time and wrapped in aluminum foil.
Prior to being acquired by Station Casinos, the Festival buffet was good choice, but it is now so mediocre that I won’t dine there even for free. Fast food options in the food court include a Villa Pizza, Fatburger, Subway and Starbucks. The large coffee shop is now operated as a Denny’s – enough said.
Though I no longer stay at the Fiesta, I continue to do the majority of my gambling at this casino because of the abundance of full pay video poker schedules. I exclusively play FPDW, but anyone seeking full pay DB, JW, LDW, DDB, TDW, TB, NSUD and SDB schedules should be happy here. The casino is rarely busy so finding a seat is not usually a problem.