The central part of the Las Vegas Boulevard, which runs over 2.5 miles from the northeast to the southwest is called The Strip. It is packed with some of the biggest entertainment venues, luxury hotels, casinos and restaurants. The sight of The Strip at night is particularly impressive when a million neon signs light up and create an enchanting atmosphere bordering on the surreal. Tourists love to take a walk along The Strip at night and absorb the sights and sounds. The Strip of Las Vegas runs from the Mandalay Bay Hotel till the Treasure Island Hotel. Most of the hotels in this area offer free street side entertainment and walking down the Las Vegas Strip would take you through some of the coolest shopping attractions, golf courses, nightclubs, theaters, casinos and entertainment venues.
Over time, a lot of Indian restaurants have opened up on and near the strip. These eating places range from a nice sit down restaurant to a place for a quick bite. The food selection varies from chaats, variety of dosas to fancy Indian dishes.