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Breakfast favorites!

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by bretmc, Jan 8, 2016.

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  1. bretmc

    bretmc Tourist

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    Just wondering where is your favorite place for breakfast on the strip? Is it buffet, sit down restaurant,or a grab and go place?

    I've had bellagio breakfast buffet and wasn't the greatest meal.
     
  2. Char1

    Char1 High-Roller

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    1. Aria Cafe (sit down)
    2. Terrace Point Cafe(inside sit down) Wynncore
    3. Bellagio Pool Cafe (sit down)
     
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    WichitaMuskie Low-Roller

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    Slightly Off-Strip but, the Ports of Call Buffet breakfast buffet at Gold Coast is pretty good for the price of a McDonalds breakfast.
     
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    Outside at Mon Ami Gabi

    Been to Bouchon, Tableau, Terrace Point, and Veranda but we go back to MAG every trip for breakfast.
     
  6. SDSteve

    SDSteve Low-Roller

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    Another vote for Mon Ami Gabi. I also like(d) Society at Encore, although the I heard that is going away...
     
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    SDSteve Low-Roller

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    I forgot one, actually my favorite place for breakfast is a Bloody Mary at a hot craps table! yum!
     
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    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    if sunday: Sterling Brunch at BLT Steak in Ballys

    Casual:
    Fulton Street in Harrahs - I've had their steak and eggs a couple times and it has been pretty good.
     
  9. Char1

    Char1 High-Roller

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    Raffles Cafe at Mandalay has one of the best breakfasts in Vegas, and like the rest of the property, it's under appreciated. The Benedicts and Bloodies are top notch and the atmosphere is pure bliss.

    Nick:beer:
     
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    Or a black jack table or just sitting at a bar playing some DB #LIQUIDBREAKFAST
     
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  12. DiamondJim21

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    The best place to go for brunch is Sterling Brunch at Ballys, but that's like $90, but it is fabulous if you like lobster tails, caviar, filet mignon, crab claws, oysters, and champagne.
    On a more reasonable price basis,
    1. Border Grill (weekend brunch)
    2. Cosmo Wicked Spoon buffet
    3. Peppermill
    4. Ellis Island
     
  13. ardee

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    Our favorite was Society Café. (sob!) But Bouchon fills the void quite nicely. The Linq development also killed Margaritaville's breakfast, which was a great place for people-watching while you sipped your Bloody Mary.
     
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    The places where I've recently had decent breakfasts near the Strip have been the coffee shops at Tuscany and Westgate.

    For a very good very filling sit-down breakfast, I probably like Blueberry Hill the best. It's maybe a mile off the Strip on Flamingo.
     
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    For a very good very filling sit-down breakfast, I probably like Blueberry Hill the best. It's maybe a mile off the Strip on Flamingo.[/QUOTE]


    Yes, this place has great breakfast.
     
  16. ken2v

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    Omelet House Summerlin.

    Breakfast burritos at Shadow Creek.

    db Brasserie

    (I miss Mary's Hash House. :()
     
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    Dr Nostron Low-Roller

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    Mon ami gabi

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    Peppermill.
     
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    Yes, this place has great breakfast.[/QUOTE]

    Another vote for Blueberry Hill. Best pancakes and reasonable prices. Guaranteed that nobody leaves hungry!
     
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    dmr Registered Abuser

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    Yes, forgot about that place. And it's ON the Strip. :)

    {Holding breath waiting for you know what to be mentioned.}
     
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