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Staying at Flamingo - good close place for breakfast?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by johnnytwofingers, Aug 27, 2013.

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  1. johnnytwofingers

    johnnytwofingers Low-Roller

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    Can anyone suggest somewhere within fairly short walking distance from the Flamingo for breakfast? I've tried the restaurant in the Flamingo hallway by the windows, not bad but not great, so was hoping someone could suggest something a bit better.

    Bill's might be an option but I'm not sure if it's closed for renovations?
     
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    Depending on how much you want to spend there's a lot of options. I always hit Margaritaville, Hash House a Go Go and Mon Ami Gabi on my trips.
     
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    Margaritaville. Upstairs. Order the French Quarter omelet, have a Bloody Mary or three and watch the Walks of Shame on the boulevard as you ease into your day.
     
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    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    fyi, Bill's is no longer an option for eternity.
     
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    johnnytwofingers Low-Roller

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    Is Bill's 100% shut down at the moment? If so that sucks, I love Bill's.
     
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    volfaninbama High-Roller

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    Hash house a Go Go at Quad one of my faves. Central at Caesars has a good but not cheap breakfast.
     
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    Bills is a complete construcion site, has been closed totally for months.
    Get a Total Rewards card to use and go to Margaritaville, it gets you 20% off for breakfast. The atmosphere is great eating amazing food and watching the strip wake up!
     
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    There are countless options for breakfast near the Flamingo.

    First of all, both the Flamingo Buffet and Coffee Shop do a fairly good breakfast. Buffet is not cheap, but well-prepared.

    Bally's coffee shop also has a good breakfast, and they usually have a mini-buffet in the rear.

    Bellagio Cafe also does a good breakfast, but not cheap.

    LOL, there's always HHAGG at IP/Quad.
     
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    Flamingo's buffet is quite good. Just a little walk down the street is Paris which also has a very good breakfast buffet.
     
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    If buffies are an option, the ones mentioned will do just fine ( even though I am not a fan of Paris). But will add H.H.A. G.G and Grand Luxe. Al onger walk the Peppermill works as well.
     
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    I love the patio at mon gabi at paris.

    delicious bacon and eggs.

    does margaritaville have an outdoor seating area for brekkie?

    have been by there many times but never noticed an upstairs restaurant
     
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    Love Margaritavilles breakfast. We go every morning. I THINK you might be able to sit upstairs. We usually end up on the second level though.
     
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