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Places for breakfast on the strip

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by ranchette, Apr 24, 2012.

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  1. ranchette

    ranchette Low-Roller

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    Need suggestions for places to eat breakfast on the strip at reasonable prices.
     
  2. LushLife

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    How much?

    HHAGG is great, and has lots wayyyy to much food than you need, but it's def worth a try at Imperial Palace.

    Dennys, is always one of the places I hit. If you're further north check out the Peppermill for an old school feel.
     
  3. Thadeus

    Thadeus Low-Roller

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    Are you interested in a buffet.

    Monte Carlo and Mandalay Bay have the best, virtually the same as they are MGM, but MB has better atmosphere.
     
  4. Bommen

    Bommen High-Roller

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    U saying they have the best buffet breakfast on the strip? If so you have not tried many.
     
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    If you have an American Casino Guide (ACG), there are coupons for 25% off for the buffets at Harrah's, Imperial Palace, and Planet Hollywood. I've had them all ... PH is the best, Harrah's is good, IP is basic (but cheaper).
     
  6. PSM

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    Never been to HHAGG on the Strip, but if it's anything like the one on West Sahara, it's gonna be one of the best meals you'll have out there. My girlfriend and I went last September and it will definitely be a staple in our itineraries for every future trip.
     
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    Always have had great results at THEcafe at THEhotel, it's my top pick for a non buffet, nice sit down breakfast. Yes even over the vaunted Mon Ami Gabi :)
     
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    Not the best....not the worst....Victorian Cafe inside of Bill's Gambling Hall. Tradition for me , at least one time every trip to eat breakfast there. Even when it was the Barbary Coast. Corn beef hash skillet with coffee and toast.

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  9. Thadeus

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    Bommen, they have a good buffet for the price, of course if you have suggestions by all means send them out. The OP did not give much criteria, so I just threw out ones that I have enjoyed.

    Also liked Paris.

    One that let me down was Luxor.
     
  10. Bommen

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    Pretty hard to give suggestions since reasonable prices can mean anything really depending on the person. A budget option to go would be Earl Sandwich @PH. But for better suggestions tell me were u staying and price range.
     
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    The big mall at PH

    Walk thru,theres a few places that have good deals on basic breakfasts.Or,grab the shuttle at Bills over to Gold Coast ,$5.99 with players card gets you a decent buffet incl. juice and coffee,hey what can you do to an egg to make it worth so much more?
     
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    HHAGG is very good. Also consider the Gand Luxe and Peppermill. if ya want to do a buffet at reasonable prices,consider the mid strip properties.
     
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    HHAGG is great - especially if two of you like the same things and can share. My hubby usually gets a meal and I'll get the blueberry, pecan pancake that is as big as a large pizza & we share but can never finish everything. The food is always interesting and good. Try the sage chicken eggs benedict....yummers!
    Another is Margaritaville and sit upstairs to sightsee...food is good and the place is fun. :)
     
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  14. GoFlamesGo

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    Earl of Sandwich is great for breakfast or lunch. Even if we are staying up at Wynn we make the walk down most days to PH to pick one up.
     
  15. nostresshere

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    I would think it depends HIGHLY on where you are staying. Someone staying at Wynn would not think highly of breakfast at M-Bay. By time you got there, it would be lunchtime. Yes?

    And, as another posted said, what is the budget?
     
  16. ranchette

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    We're staying at Harrahs and would like to spend no more than $20.00 for two.
     
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    For some reason I eat at three place in LV for breakfast. Ellis Island, America @ NYNY, and my fav The Bellagio Cafe! I have the same thing every morning and I seem to judge a cafe by their bacon & eggs sunny side up. These 3 are awesome at that. When my Aunt & Unc took me to Ellis the first time I was like " We are in Vegas and you loons are going to drag me in what appears to be a truck stop for breakfast!!!!" Now it is my #2 fav in Vegas and we eat there opening morning every trip!
     
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    We had the Sage Chicken Eggs Benedict when we went and I could have died a happy man after that meal.
     
  19. Bommen

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    You can go to Earl of Sandwich within your budget for a great breakfast sandwich. Otherwise its hard to eat a good breakfast for 20 for 2 on the strip unless u do fast food. If u feel like walking off the strip a little bit u can hit up ellis island.
     
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    If you stay at Harrah's - HHAGG at IP is just a short walk. Before you go, look up the discount code for a Restaurant.com certificate for HHAGG...you can get a $10 to use on a $20 breakfast and even with drinks should be at or under your $20 cost. You can google rest.com for the current disc code to use as you check out. We used a $10 one for breakfast and have a $25 one for dinner for next time since we only ate there once on our trip earlier this month. We really love the place!!
     
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