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Breakfast options in Caesars Palace

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by TRN, Feb 8, 2013.

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  1. TRN

    TRN High-Roller

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    Staying at CP for the first time in a week - and my wife and I are breakfast people. What options do we have? Without going through the entire list of 40+ CP restaurant websites and trying to figure out which ones have breakfast hours or menu. Anyone familiar with the property able to tell me what the options are?

    I assume Bach. Buffet is one option... Any other ideas/recommendations to stay on property?

    Thanks...
     
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    We are light breakfast people, latte and a pastry type, but we enjoyed Payarde's and I beleive they have a full menu, not just coffe and pastries. It is generally well reviewed from what I hear.
     
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    I had a hard time finding breakfast options that suited my needs at CP to be honest. You have Payard's. They have a decent sized menu on the bistro side and lots of portable options on their patisserie side and at their express counter, including crepes. I've never done them for breakfast but for lunch and dinner they've been great. Then there is Central. It's their high end 24 hour cafe. Breakfast was good but not special even though you are paying special prices. Starbucks and the other coffee shop had pastries. And last time I stayed there one of the food court places was open for breakfast but that may have been to fill the gap until the buffet opened.
     
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    There's Payard's and Central with full menus. I've eaten at both. Neither is cheap but both pretty good.
     
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    They really don't have a "traditional" casino coffee shop at Caesars.

    The Cafe at Bellagio, quick walk away, has a very good breakfast.
     
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    Central has awesome grits. It's a must when we are there. Payard is good for crepes or a quick bite if you are heading out to the pool. Unfortunately, Not much past that.
     
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    this place has a terrific view and wonderful breakfast with great service,I would stroll over to Bellagio for a meal at The Cafe at Bellagio.
    In a pinch the buffet at Flamingo would be good -nice view of the gardens. If the Hash House a Gogo is still open in the old Imperial Palace/The Quad it is a must for breakfast lovers.

    http://www.thequadlv.com/restaurants/hash-house-a-go-go.html

    Agree, could not get into the food at Central at Caesars and it was waaaaay overpriced and not that great with meh service. The location is great and you DID ask for Caesar's am dining options so sorry to go off topic. I wonder how the breakfast buffet is at Caesar's?? http://www.caesarspalace.com/restaurants/bacchanal-buffet.html
     
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