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Breakfast with a view

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Aurelien, Jun 7, 2013.

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  1. Aurelien

    Aurelien Low-Roller

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    Hi everyone, I got some incredible advice from this board, so again thank you and here's today's question :)

    We will be 3 of us in 2 weeks at the Monte Carlo, poker buddies here to play and have fun. This is my 3rd time in Vegas and their 1st !

    I want to start our first day inviting them for a nice breakfast in a place with a nice view, I think about Mon ami Gabi at Paris, do you have any other idea ? We have a car so distance is not an issue, but is : I don't want to drive to the Red Rock Casino to get my coffee, bacon and eggs !

    Thanks
     
  2. Bommen

    Bommen High-Roller

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    Mon Ami Gabi is pretty great as far as a breakfast spot. Also pretty nice to be able to sit out side before it gets to hot and its hard to beat the views and people watching. Also good food and coffee so it would be my choice as well.
     
  3. STPFan

    STPFan Low-Roller

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    Not in the same class as Mon ami Gabi but we have enjoyed Margaritaville at the Flamingo for a nice outdoor breakfast. The terrace makes a great place to relax. The tables outside do not seem as crowded together as Mon ami Gabi.
     
  4. ahardinjr

    ahardinjr Tourist

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    What about eiffel tower restaurant or the Stratosphere tower restaurant? They both should have amazing views.
     
  5. ah6tyfour

    ah6tyfour High-Roller

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    You could go to Comme Ca at Cosmo. They have an outside patio that looks out over Planet Hollywood, Paris, Ballys, etc. I don't think you can see the fountains past the Bellagio sign, but the fountains wouldn't be active during breakfast/brunch hours anyway.
     
  6. HoyaHeel

    HoyaHeel Grammar Police & Admin

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    I don't think either are open for breakfast?
     
  7. ken2v

    ken2v This Space For Rent

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    Go to Wynn, look at the course.
     
  8. undathesea

    undathesea Grandissimo

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    Ken is probably referring to the Country Club at the Wynn that overlooks the golf course. They offer a jazz brunch (I think only on Sunday though). It's rather expensive, but probably worth every penny.

    The Verandah at the Four Seasons is supposed to have a nice garden view (not overlooking the strip though).

    Seriously, Mon Ami might be your best bet. I don't particularly care for it myself, but we go every year and I just indulge in their bloody mary bar, which is awesome.
     
  9. dankyone

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    Tableau at Wynn has a fantastic view of the Tower Suites pool area, particularly if you sit outside...
     
  10. Aurelien

    Aurelien Low-Roller

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    MOn ami gabi seems to be the better idea, I don't want to go to the wynn, too far and the view is great but I rather have the strip.

    I also think the tour eiffel is closed in the morning ?

    Thank you again guys.
     
  11. 3544quebec

    3544quebec Low-Roller

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    And I was going to suggest Ocean & Vine at Santa Monica Beach :evillaugh
     
  12. Aurelien

    Aurelien Low-Roller

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    LOL

    But nice choice, been there 4 years ago, nice view :D
     
  13. archie1959

    archie1959 Low-Roller

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    Another vote for Mon Ami Gabi
     
  14. heatherlovesvegas

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    Yea Mon Ami is good. Also Sugar Factory is nice! The front of the place is all open to see out. But if you have to chose, chose Mon Ami.
     
  15. Aurelien

    Aurelien Low-Roller

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    Flawless victory of mon ami gabi ! thank you guys, I'll report the experience.
     
  16. jbee

    jbee Low-Roller

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    Something else to consider, Vegas is starting to warm up. Outside at Mon Ami will be shaded in the morn.
    Bloody Mary bar? Where and what is it?

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    Seriously, Mon Ami might be your best bet. I don't particularly care for it myself, but we go every year and I just indulge in their bloody mary bar, which is awesome.[/QUOTE]
     
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