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Best Breakfasts on the Strip?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Mom2JoMoLa, Mar 31, 2021.

  1. 44inarow

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    I'd recommend asking. There are some favorites of mine at Lemongrass that they took off the printed menu, but when I asked, the server was like, "Of course we make that, I have no idea why they took it off."
     
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    Gotta add Bardot to my list . Not just food, but fantastic service
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  3. RIRugrat

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    Quick question: do you still need to make reservations for breakfast on the Strip?

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  4. MiamiDave

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    Wow, I’m surprised there’s not one vote here for Veranda at Four Seasons (Mandalay Bay). A bit of a hike depending on where you’re located but it’s definitely in my top 3. Bouchon is definitely up there as well. Rounding it out for me is probably the Peppermill although that’s a much different experience than my other two faves.

    I like MAG but don’t usually get the itch to go there. It’s pretty good but it doesn’t excite me the way it does some others.
     
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    Honestly, if I'm trekking down there for breakfast, I'm going to the Border Grill for Brunch. Which is also my vote for best breakfast (well, brunch) on the strip.
     
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    I would second this one. A bit spendy for a basic breakfast, but ... ... (What isn't anymore?)
     
  7. MiamiDave

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    Haven’t done Border Grill yet but I’ve heard good things. If it’s open in late May I’ll try to give it a run.
     
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    My all-time favorite place for breakfast in Vegas is the Pyramid Cafe in the Luxor. We have been eating breakfast there almost every trip since our first in 2008. Their service and food have been consistently excellent!

    Tied for my second favorite place for breakfast is America in NYNY and Cafe Hollywood in PH. Both are about the same in price and offerings, and are solid choices.

    We had planned on trying Margaritaville for breakfast last month while staying at the Flamingo, but never got around to it.
     
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    The Jackson's steak & 1 pound ribeye breakfast is AWESOME. I have been twice since Covid closed down the buffets. I plan to stop in every trip from now on, it is that good. The picture from the menu is probably the 8-ounce NY steak you can also choose. The ribeye is HUGE and thick. Take a look at the ribeye in the lunch/dinner menu for the same price ($17.99) and THAT is the ribeye you'll get with your eggs..
     
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    I like all those places too. I'm not really a breakfast guy. On a regular day, i only eat lunch and dinner. In Vegas the wifey likes to eat breakfast so i usualy just eat half of whatever i order. Not used to eating before noon.

    America @ NYNY
    Earl of Sandwhich @ PHO
    Cafe Hollywood @ PHO
    Pyramid Cafe @ Luxor
    Salt n Ivy @ aria
     
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    Mon Ami Gabi, Bouchon, and Terrace Pointe are our favorites.
     
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    $17 for tater tots? Wow. Are those hand-cut and formed Yukon Gold Potatoes or are they opening a bag of Ore-Ida? I guess they believe that calling it brunch gives them a license to steal.
     
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    Mon Ami Gabi is another one on our list this trip. Trying it for the experience and not for the traditional American breakfast. For that.... we do Ellis Island.
     
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  14. rm22

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    Pre-covid i would suggest the buffet at Ceasars but pre and during covid i suggest The Henry at Cosmo as @Jer and someone else said. I also suggest Salt & Ivy at Aria but it has similar things that Henry has and also Sidelle's and for sure Della's Kitchen at Man Bay although thats a bit of a further walk from Ceasars.

    I also have to agreed with @44inarow about paying $20 for eggs but i do have breakfast 1 or 2 x sometimes during a trip. Other days i use the Vdara microwave and put together some oatmeal and protein powder.
     
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    We're suckers for Hash House @ Linq. Definitely be sure you have a large appetite or hedge and find something agreeable to split with someone.
     
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  16. coluk003

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    you mean this location? Thats pretty far from the flamingo, i mean 3.5 miles isnt far but for a vegas trip it kinda is
     
  17. coluk003

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    im with you, over 10 bucks for a breakfast is pushing it lol
     
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  18. mbely1000

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    Mon Ami Gabi has a great view, great coffee and mediocre food. Best breakfast on the strip is clearly Bouchon and there is no close second.