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With a bevy of dining options, Tintoretto Bakery lets you decide how much you want to spend on a meal. You can just go simple and buy a few pastries from the counter at breakfast (e.g. danishes, croissants and turnovers for around $3.50, or you can order a full breakfast like an omelet with smoked salmon, capers and butter cream sauce for $13.95.
The same goes for lunch and dinner at this Las Vegas restaurant, which offers a whole slew of appetizers, soups, salads, pizzas, paninis, sides, pastas and entrées. Apps and pizzas will run you between $11.50 and $14.95, with sandwiches falling in the same range. Entrées, including pasta and meat dishes, will run a little more, between $15.95 and $18.95. Overall, you can expect to spend between $20 and $40 per person for a meal at Tintoretto. And to really get the most bang for your buck, check out the Mamma Dinner Menu starting at 4 p.m. each day, which gives you a choice of soup or salad, select entrées, dessert and coffee or tea for just $28.95. Whether you want a full, sit-down meal or just a quick sandwich or croissant, Tintoretto Bakery gives you plenty of affordable options that won’t take a bite out of your bankroll.