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24 hour cafes

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by vegasmann, May 15, 2016.

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  1. vegasmann

    vegasmann Tourist

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    i remenber at one time all the hotels had 24 hour cafes now it seems there only a select few around and wonder if anyone has some good choices. I usually love to eat something late.
     
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    America at NYNY is always good.....and the Cafe at Aria, I usually stay at Aria and hit me it these two pretty often in the early AM
     
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    If you are downtown, Dupars is not to be missed. Where else can you have a world famous shrimp cocktail followed by world famous pancakes at 4 am?
     
  4. Marky147

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    Grand Lux Cafe @ Venetian is very good.
     
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    Great suggestion! Reasonable prices yet amazing food!
     
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    ARIA Café . I know I am in the minority but what can I say?

    I have eaten there about 20 times and never been disappointed. Atmosphere is fantastic with the airport windows especially in the mornings.
     
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    Grand Lux at V/P
    The Cafe at Bellagio
    The Pantry at Mirage (great pancakes and sausage)
     
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    By law every casino has to have some kind of food option 24/7. So whether it's a cafe or deli or whatever they call it if there is a casino there will be something to eat.
     
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    I sure miss the 24 hour cafes. I guess I am in the minority too, but I don't want food court nor do I want chain restaurant over rated food, usually over priced too.
    Good old Ellis Island can always be counted on for their café. I assume it is open 24 hours?
     
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    777 at main Street Station. Caveat, closed between 7 AM and 11 AM.
     
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    But, the buffet would be open then, thus 24/7 food options.
     
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    One more interesting thing that I did not know!
     
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    You are correct Ty, buffet opens at 7 AM. OP seemed to be more interested in cafe style dining.
     
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    Then across the walkway to Market Street in the Cal. So close to my trip now. It's been longer than normal.
     
  15. vegasmann

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    Thanks for the heads up we love the Grand Lux and I also love the café at the GVR .
    I did not there was a law about the every casino must have a 24 place to eat good to know.
    I miss the days of the Sherwood forest cafe
     
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    I wonder what the reasoning is with this.
     
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    I'll put in a good word for Cafe At Bellagio. Not cheap but always been good, either for breakfast at the usual time or overnight.
     
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    Yes. Best fried chicken in the area.
     
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    American Cafe at Caesars has been good my last 2 trips.
    Grand Lux - always good.
    Cafe at Aria - I liked it and nice atmosphere.

    On a side note: Boy do I miss the Victorian Room!
     
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    Just to clarify, there doesn't have to be a single place that's open 24 hours, just as long as there is at least one place open at any given time.
     
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