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Best or one the best CET restaurants for breakfast

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Champster1, Sep 14, 2021 at 9:08 PM.

  1. Champster1

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    Hash House A Go Go is popular. I really enjoyed it.
    I also don't know many breakfast places.
     
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    MAG
     
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    used to be our go to but now it’s 2-1 RCs. Usually just skip breakfast now or grab a coffee. Breakfast at cet places is severely lacking.
     
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    Best is subjective, but I really like Hexx at Paris. Food is always good. Service is decent—depends who you get like anywhere else. Price is very reasonable. You can sit inside or outside and some have nice views of fountains and bottom of Eiffel Tower. You can also make reservations, but usually not a long wait to get in. Hash a gogo at Linq has very big portions, but always has a wait so I never go anymore. Mon abi gabi also has breakfast with nice views and inside/outside seating options.

    I haven’t been, but the crepe place at Paris always smells amazing when I walk by and its always crowded.

    The buffets (not sure what time they open, but certainly by brunch time!). Not really my thing, but I know some peeps swear by them.
     
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    IMO, dining options in general at CET properties is pretty underwhelming.
     
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    The Cafe Americanos are very mediocre and very overpriced. That pretty much leaves Hexx (better than I expected) and Mon Ami Gabi (not really owned by CET) as decent places with traditional breakfast. It is unreal that you can’t order a real room service breakfast anymore at Caesars Palace. That used to be the best/only option for me. Giada’s pronto breakfast sandwiches are atrocious. So are the similar ones at eat well/Cromwell.

    The dining scene at CP (at dinner hour) is quite good if you are able to reserve ahead and you are willing to pay. Paris has some decent options. None of the other CET hotels are drawing anyone in for food.
     
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    At Paris, we love the crepes at Le Creperie. They are 1:1 using RCs. We also enjoy Hash House at Linq, but usually go after noon as you can order breakfast or lunch. You can check in at HH and wait to get a text when your table is ready. Easy to play slots for a little while during that wait;)
     
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    Mon Ami Gabi

    I will probably be trying pronto by giada a few times on my upcoming trip, and maybe Le Creperie so will report back on them.

    There are a bunch of cheap basic breakfast places around PH/miracle mile, but they are more for the bargain hunter than the gourmand. Basic stuff.

    Hash House if you are looking for volume. Their food is fine and the plating is interesting but Ive never loved a meal there.

    But to sit down and have a breakfast, MAG is my favourite and it is not close. Nice options, if you are early for breakfast getting patio seating is way easier than dinner, so you get a nice sit down meal with nice service where you can people watch, and it is not cheap but the prices are reasonable.
     
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    my assumption on EatWell/Linq/other breakfast places is they probably make this stuff in a service kitchen and truck it all in in the morning.

    I agree MAG is really good and my favorite Caesars place. I enjoy Hash House at the right time. Nevyn's comment on P. Ho. is strong, too.

    I would disagree with the person who said their food in general is underwhelming. They have a lot of great joints, especially when you include the mall at Caesars. But they are kinda weak at breakfast. My favorite CET brunch was at Mesa grill. I am sad that one closed. They also closed their nearly all of the coffee shops whereas MGM still has some like America at NYNY - CET is a tough place to go get a greasy spoon simple meal for $10-20.
     
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    We really like Cafe Hollywood at PH for breakfast.
     
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    Yes Mesa Grill disappeared and left a big hole in the brunch/lunch scene at Caesars Palace. I loved the chicken hash/poached egg dish! There are only so many times you can go to GR Pub for lunch with its limited menu. Room service or good food at the pool could help fill that gap. Amalfi just doesn't seem like a lunch type of place. When they get rid of Searsucker a Hexx or Grand Lux type of place would do extremely well, they could serve breakfast lunch and dinner 16 hours a day.
     
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    Yes especially including the Forum shops there are great DINNER options under the roof at Caesars Palace. Now that I think about it you can wander out into the mall for a nice lunch at the Palm, Water Grill, etc...but those forum shops lunches can't be charged back to your room :)

    To the paying/occasional/non-comped guest those venues probably "count" as part of Caesars Palace.
     
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    I like Margaritaville for breakfast.
    Food was decent and portions were good.
    Best part is they take RC's at 1:1. (or at least they did)
     
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    I’m pretty happy with dinner options. Steakhouses are good as are the others but yeah it gets pricey for mediocre food at a good chunk of their restaurants.
     
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    Ellis Island (right behind Bally's) has great breakfasts at very fair prices.
     
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