Calling All Foodies

Vegas Seven is planning our fourth annual “Cheap Eats” issue, and we need your help.

It’s that time of year when Vegas Seven dining writers fan out in search of the most delicious deals, blissful bargains and scrumptious steals to be found in our food-forward city.

Our fourth annual roundup of Cheap Eats will hit the streets this spring, and if it’s anything like last year’s issue, it’ll be full of mouthwatering specials like $5 poutine and $3.25 pork belly.

But we need your assistance, readers. Where do you go for cheap eats? Tell us in the comments section below. Please include the name of the restaurant, name of the dish, price, and why you think it deserves to be a part of this year’s issue. And if you feel inspired to do a little field research first, well, we’re not going to stop you.

Click here to check out 2012’s “Cheap Eats” issue. Happy noshing!

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