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Hangover breakfasts?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by VegasWriter, Mar 17, 2014.

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  1. VegasWriter

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    What is your favorite Las Vegas hangover breakfast? Where do you get it? Why is it fabulous?
     
  2. ken2v

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    For which publication are you writing this?

    Not that I've EVER had a hangover, but if by chance it happened, I'd think the chile verde omelet at Omelet House Summerlin would tag the base, particularly now that Mary's Hash House has closed.
     
  3. sindustry

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    Any one of the Korean soups from Ginseng 3, in the Quad.
     
  4. DBear

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    If you're looking for a place a tourist will actually visit, just read posts on Peppermill and Hash House A Go Go. Also, the line at McD's in the morning certainly has its share of hungover folks.
     
  5. robert m.

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    I do not tend to get those "toxic hangovers" like I did 30 years ago.

    But sometimes I do start drinking just a wee bit earlier in Las Vegas than I might have done at home. And perhaps I drink a wee bit longer. Then I go to bed realizing that I had about 6 to 8 drinks during the day.

    So, in the morning I don't feel too super-duper.

    That's when I will wander over to the D Grille, DuPars, Magnolia at 4 Queens, etc. and I order scrambled eggs, hash browns, water and coffee. Now, here's my magic trick. Instead of putting sugar into my coffee, I put in an airline bottle of Kahlua.

    That gives me just enough mild food, fluid & caffeine to give me a little kickstart.

    The Kahlua has the same amount of alcohol as 1/2 jigger of vodka. Just a tiny bit of hair of the dog.
     
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    usually the closest buffet or diner in the hotel/casino I'm staying at.
    Don't really have a favorite, it's all the same at this point LOL
     
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    Huevos Estrellados at Julian Serrano. Really.
     
  8. mattMN10

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    I agree. If I'm really hungover or borderline drunk from the night (morning) before, I'm not going to be too picky. A cheap buffet/diner sounds great. Along with a little hair of the dog, Viva Las Vegas. :beer:
     
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    Loco Moco at Aloha Specialties at the Cal with a side of macaroni salad.:beer:
     
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    This guy knows whatsup.

    Loco Moco any time of the day is good. :)
     
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    My favorite hangover meal is the Oxtail soup special at the California Market St cafe; served 11 pm til 9 am. Price is $9.99. You get a big bowl of the soup and small sides of fresh cillantro and fresh ground ginger to add to the soup. You also get a small side dish of steamed white rice. I usually have this meal late at night as a hangover preventative remedy. Works every time.
     
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    Breakfast? It's been years since I've had a hangover, but I certainly never felt like eating, looking at, or even thinking about food until it went away!
     
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    Since I'm always at Encore these days...If it's a hungry hang over and not a puking hangover; eggs, bacon and crispy hashbrowns at the Society Cafe.

    For the "just feeling a little foggy" hangover, a double shot espresso mocha from the Lobby Bar will do the trick....maybe 2:licklips:
     
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    Back to the casino to start drinking again?
     
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    What about those oxygen bars? That offer a hangover cure? Anyone tried one? Did it work for you? Just curious.
     
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    Great thread! I have a feeling I'm going to need a hangover breakfast or 2 this weekend for MM. I love loco moco. Is there anywhere on the strip to find it?
     
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    When we used to stay at the Mirage all the time, we would walk over to the mall at Caesar's and they always had a gal in there that ran an oxygen bar and for a small fee you could sit at the bar and breathe flavored oxygen and she'd give you a back rub. The oxygen definitley helped clear the alcohol from your blood.

    Funny story....when we lived out by Seattle and used to boat out there, there was a guy who owned a local used car business who did pretty well and he had a 44' trawler that he was out on quite a bit and he always kept an oxygen bottle on board and you'd see him w/ a mask clearing his head on Sat and Sun mornings :drunk:
     
  19. mattMN10

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    I like this oxygen bar idea... May have to give it a shot this trip!
     
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