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Places to Eat Breakfast - Aria/Caesars/Mandalay

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by alana86, May 7, 2014.

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  1. alana86

    alana86 Low-Roller

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    Where are some good places to eat breakfast (or just places to eat breakfast, doesn't have to be amazing food) at all 3 of these properties besides the buffet? Also, at the buffets can you just order off a menu?
     
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    No menu items at buffets. Aria Cafe is decent. If you want cheaper hop over to Monte Carlo food court. Caesars has a good food court. Bachenial is suppose to be awesome but I haven't tried it. If you want a real treat close to Mandalay, try Verandah at Four Seasons.
     
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    Great thanks, can you get breakfast for $20 or cheaper at Aria cafe do you know?
     
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    From memory it's about $17.99 during the week at the buffet but more expensive on the weekends plus tax of course :rolleyes2: I prefer the Bellagio buffet breakfast myself but Aria is a close second :)
     
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    The prices for Aria cafe are on the menu on their website. Less than $20 per person? Maybe. It's about 17-19 for most of the breakfast dishes, plus tax and tip. If you want coffee or juice, you'll be over. The food court at Monte Carlo would be your best bet in the area for cheap and even the MC cafe is cheaper than the Aria cafe (prices on their website as well).
     
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    in ph mall the resturants have good breakfast under 10$ thats a start

    spice market is running a 15$ breakfast special
     
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    Hash House A Go Go across the street from Caesars (in the Quad) has some darn good breakfast. Not really traditional, but creative, tasty, and huge portions!
     
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    Payard at Caesars is really good for breakfast. We pick up food at the counter nearly every morning when in Vegas.,
     
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    Hash house a go go! Best breakfast in Vegas.
     
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    If you want good quality cheap food and have wheels, try the Black Bear Diner on West Tropicana just past south Jones.
     
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    Aria Cafe "grand slam" breakfast is 3X the price of Denny's and I'm sure it isn't 3X as good (I love Denny's pancakes).
     
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    Any decent breakfast place is at least 3x better then Denny´s.
     
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    One hazard of casino dining is price inflation at the restaurants to offset room special offers. There are numerous good breakfast spots elsewhere. Breakfast for eight at Aria set me back over $200. The other guests were staying there and had $50 discount coupons for dinner, and they wondered why we passed that evening.
     
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    Grand Luxe Café????
     
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    You guys are so awesome. Thanks for all the great responses!

    We plan to go to Hash House a Go Go FOR SURE but possibly for a dinner (breakfast for dinner). The reason I want to eat in hotel is because we want to run down to the pool after and get a lounger, otherwise I would walk to another hotel to get cheaper breakfast. It's vacation though and all of our rooms are paid for. I'm budgeting between $50-60 per day for food, give or take depending on the day. We only plan to eat a big breakfast and dinner most likely. Maybe a snack inbetween. I did hear that Serendipity at Caesars is good. Are they far from the Augustus tower?

    LOL Denny's. I went there for free on my birthday last week in town. There was a hair under my pancake. Yum.
     
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    That's $50-$60 per person. We plan to go dutch on our vacation so we are bringing separate spending for food/gambling.
     
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    Oh I see the menu of the Aria café. The breakfast prices seem ok, lots under $20 to bring it to just about $20 or a little over with tip. That will be good. They have chicken and waffles yum! lol
     
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    Aria cafe also honors the line pass for Pearl+ (Mlife). The food selection and the view you get in the entire restaurant is why I keep going back.
     
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    Oh I don't think we are Pearl anything lol I haven't been in 5 years. I did hear it's best to charge to room though so that you can ask about comps at check in if you play.

    I see the buffet is $19.99 on a regular morning but it's brunch on Sunday for $29.99. I think Sunday morning we will go for the café and Monday morning we will do the buffet breakfast before we move on to Caesars for check in. Plan in place!
     
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