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Best breakfast on the strip?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by LindainWI, Feb 24, 2014.

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  1. LindainWI

    LindainWI Low-Roller

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    What would you say your favorite breakfast spot is on the strip and why? I'm not looking for a chain I can go to at home.
    Thanks!
     
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    Verandah at 4 Seasons, outstanding food, great service and atmosphere especially outside over looking 4 Seasons pool area all with a price not much more than a decent buffet but SOOOOO much better quality.
     
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    I really like the Bellagio buffet. They have a beef medallion that is just perfect.
     
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  4. Wolfman619

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    Does Hash House a Go Go count as a chain? I know they have multiple locations around the country, but not as prolific as Dennys or IHOP. Either way, its a fun, cheap, and tasty breakfast. Chicken and Waffles FTW.
     
  5. Bommen

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    Society cafe at Encore is my favourite because of the food and ambience. I also enjoy Bouchon (Venetian) and Mon Ami Gabi (Paris).
     
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    Mon ami gabi! Great food and an awesome morning view for people watching.
     
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    Bouchon at the Venetian is amazing as well.
     
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    Depends. For elegance and style, Bouchon and Society Cafe win for us. For people-watching and hangover-curing, Margaritaville(upstairs) wins.
     
  9. Happily

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    1. Brunch at Border Grill (Mandalay Bay)
    2. Bouchon at Venetian
     
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  10. BlackEight88

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    +1 for mon ami gabi and hash house a go go (snickers pancakes, anyone?)
     
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    I second Verandah for its quality and ambiance. Not crowded at all down at that end of the strip. Best corned beef hash I ever had was at Verandah (my fav breakfast and the dish that I use to compare all breakfast joints). Not the type of meat that comes out of a can that I make at home.
     
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    This.....
     
  13. heatherlovesvegas

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    Bouchon at Venetian. Delicious, a little unique and a great atmosphere. Also love Mon Ami Gabi great ambiance, you can sit on the patio!, and Terrace Pointe Cafe at Wynn was delicious, nice pool view, I had a mean chicken and waffles there. :)

    Verdanah is nice too, but it's REALLY expensive, just to get some plain old eggs and toast (eggs, bacon and toast is $17). I know everywhere is in Vegas, but it's excessive. But if you are at Mandalay Bay definitely check it out. It's a really mellow place. Never that busy either compared to all the breakfast joints in Mandalay Bay.
     
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