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brunch on the strip

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by XKxRome0ox, Jan 9, 2017.

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  1. XKxRome0ox

    XKxRome0ox Low-Roller

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    so when i manage to wake up early enough in vegas, i like to have a good breakfast/brunch
    one of my favorite place to eat in the morning is Cafe Americano at Caesars Palace
    http://cafeamericanovegas.com/
    i used to stay at Caesars almost exclusively so it was a no brainer for me
    but their breakfast foods are really good

    looking for some other recommendations to mix it up a bit
    will be staying at Venetian/Palazzo
    don't want to eat at Lavo this time
     
  2. Snidely

    Snidely VIP Whale

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    We usually hit up Mon Ami Gabi for breakfast but if we're too late for that (they stop around 11am) we go to Just Real Food in the Linq promenade. They serve breakfast until 2pm at least.
     
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  3. Nevyn

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    Grand Lux used to get recommended on here a lot. But I have not tried it personally.

    My brunches are usually Paris buffet, or on occasion Mon Ami Gabi.
     
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  4. emmas

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    Bouchon is very good.
     
  5. spdandpwr

    spdandpwr VIP Whale

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    Grand Luxe serves a fantastic breakfast. I'd also recommend Bouchon. I'll be there with you in 3 days...lol
     
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    gaahhhhh!!! you beat me :)
     
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    We do Mon Ami... never know what we will eat till after we sit down.. breakfast or lunch.
     
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    Tableau is also good as well.
     
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    On the V/P end I would also suggest Terrace Point Cafe at the Wynn and Peppermill just past Encore. I've had breakfast at Grand Luxe, while the food was great, my meal was greatly diminished by the woman feeding her dog from the table across from me. It was disgusting, I am not an animal guy, so not only do I not get it but I was some what repulsed.
     
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    Geogran Whooo. Whooo.

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  11. Hoofy7

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    Bouchon is amazing!
     
  12. Joejoejackson

    Joejoejackson The Max Bet King

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    Peppermint

    It's a great starting point
     
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    ken2v Wear a mask

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    Bouchon.

    The Country Club.
     
  14. NMNV

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    Border Grill - All you can eat small plates, which are amazing.

    Tom's Urban - Surprisingly good brunch offerings and amazing people watching if you're sitting on the patio.
     
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  15. spicole

    spicole No shirt, no shoes... NO DICE!

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    I second the Border Grill recommendation. Brunch at the Mandalay Bay outpost was by far the best meal during one of my recent trips. I have not been to the one at Caesars. They have bottomless mimosas with several favors if you are into that.
     
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    Boogaloo Low-Roller

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    Hey, if you're at the V/P anyway, I highly suggest the Sunday Brunch at Buddy V's.

    http://buddyvlasvegas.com/menus/

    It's got a nice mix of breakfast items and Italian food, all done well. I'm not much for buffets anymore, but this is one that I go to every time I'm in Vegas on a Sunday.
     
  17. ebbinns

    ebbinns Low-Roller

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    How many peppermints do you eat before you start to feel full? :poke:

    Seriously though, I agree with the Peppermill as a good breakfast choice.
     
  18. XKxRome0ox

    XKxRome0ox Low-Roller

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    thanks for all the rec's.
    Is Bouchon the same as the Bouchon in Beverly Hills?
    Will most likely go there then
     
  19. NickyJ

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    Bouchon is a solid choice. They don't take reservations for brunch, and you may find a line if you get there later in the morning. You can put your name on the list but keep checking the bar for first come, first serve availability. I've had good service and conversation sitting there too.

    If Bouchon is too crowded, I also enjoy Morels for breakfast/brunch. Nice atmosphere, good food, friendly service, and I like their French press coffee.
     
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    Is that a newer Thomas Keller venture? If so, then, yes, as with the original in Yountville (which remains one of our all-time favorite restaurants ANYWHERE).
     
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