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caesars palace and forum shops for breakfast

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by shokhead, Apr 21, 2012.

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  1. shokhead

    shokhead I'm no big spender!

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    Looking for a few suggwstions for breakfast for a group of 12 at aesars palace or in the forum shops.
     
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    Ha, my best suggestion for breakfast at Ceasars is to put on your walking shoes, go to PW and go to Earl of Sandwich. Totally worth the walk.
     
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    Serendipity at the front of Caesars Palace has a nice breakfast. You can eat inside or outside. Most dishes are huge. http://www.caesarspalace.com/casinos/caesars-palace/restaurants-dining/serendipity-3-detail.html

    In the forum shops there is Max Brenner serves breakfast until 3. The menu is not as large as Serendipity but I go there for the Italian Hot Chocolate. Yum! They also have brunch on the weekends. http://shop.maxbrenner.com/storelocation

    If it is a weekend Mesa Grill serves brunch.
     
  4. leo21

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    The only places I know that are open for breakfast are Payards and Central. Payards probably couldn't handle a large group but it would be no issue for Central.
     
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    CinnamintStick High-Roller

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    Payards does list a number for groups of 12 or more. Raos is open for Breakfast during the buffet renovation.


    Raos
    Open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    Daily breakfast buffet 7am - 10:30am*
    (No Buffet of Buffets Access)
    Lunch: Wednesday - Sunday, 11am - 3pm
    Dinner: 5pm - 10:30pm daily
     
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    shokhead I'm no big spender!

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    The problem is finding quality that 12 can eats and not $$$. 10 of us can care less about price. A mom and daughter are very cheap and often share a meal and if it's to pricy for them it's ww2 complaining and since most are related it's not worth hearing that. If it was up to me I'd pay for their breakfast and eat at top places but then it's all over again for dinner and I'm not going that far for them. We are staying at Bally's and I'm just looking for close places other then Bally's, Paris and PH that they will be happy with for 4 days.
     
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    I'm a big fan of Payard Patisserie & Bistro as well... right up there with Bouchon and Society Cafe for my "must do" breakfast spots, and realistically it's not all that expensive, however their menu is not extensive and no doubt they'd likely need some advance notice to properly accommodate a group that size... For lots of breakfast food at decent prices, why not hit up Hash House a Go Go @ IP ? Also just down the street from Bally's is the PH cafe (Daily Planet), have enjoyed some great breakfasts there, too.
     
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    I tried to organize our family get together's a few years ago. It did not work. I was the most unhappy trying to make others happy. We found it best to have just one meal for the whole trip where we all ate together. The rest of the trip we met for drinks at the pool or bar and that was it. We all could eat in our own budget with our own taste.
     
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    If they are that price sensitive, you have EI and the Victorian Room at Bill's to add to the mix, too. Ellis Island is usually dead until it gets close to bingo but Victorian Room seems to be more busy so you may need to make a reservation.
     
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    Agreed. Total nightmare.

    Ellis Island is very cheap and close to Ballys. You could also do Hash House a Go Go at Imperial Palace.
     
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    Hash House is definitely doable from Ballys.

    My suggestion when I thought you were staying at Caesars was to walk to Margaritaville & eat breakfast there. Served until ?10:30? each morning. You get a discount with your TR card. I enjoy it as you are sitting up on the 2nd level (not the 3rd) & usually are by the windows that overlook the strip. I normally go for the omelette that has the shrimp/crabmeat in it.

    Earl definitely has good breakfast sandwiches.

    And if you have a smart phone you can 'check-in' to Paris or PH & get a reward for $5 off the buffets. (Also PH has that $5 online coupon for buffet discount that you can just print).

    Nosh at Ballys also has breakfast sandwiches but you won't fit a lot of people there - usually too crowded.
     
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    Walk across the street to Cafe Bellagio for a great breakfast. As for Caesars and Forum Shops I remember someone talking about an inexpensive breakfast at La Salsa Cantina
     
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    I've heard about La Salsa Cantina but the one in the MM at PH. They are different.
     
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    At Caesars Palace Forum Shops is La Salsa. I do not know anything about breakfast there.

    At Miracle Mile shops (PHo) is La Salsa Cantina.

    La Salsa Cantina is indeed a chain, but I'm not sure how many are left around Vegas. There used to be one downtown, one in Luxor, I think. A couple off-Strip. I've eaten the breakfast special at the one in Miracle Mile a few years ago - I thought it was a decent meal at a nice cheap price:thumbsup:
     
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