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CET Restaurant Recommendations (Breakfast)

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by JoJoR, Jun 27, 2021.

  1. JoJoR

    JoJoR VIP Whale

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    I have a bunch of Reward Credits to use on my next Vegas trip. Besides Mon Ami Gabi and HHAGG, what are some other VMB's suggested places for breakfast at CET properties?

    Here's what I'm looking for/like:
    • Open during the week
    • Must be able to use CET credits
    • A good, big breakfast. I usually only eat breakfast/dinner when in Vegas. Typically order some sort of combo of pancakes, waffles, french toast, and eggs.
    Thanks! :feedme:
     
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  2. Golfer

    Golfer Well-Known Member

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    HEXX, which I personally think has better food than both places you mentioned. Last time I was there, and it's been a while, I used RC's. Not a bad view or atmosphere either.
     
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  3. 44inarow

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    If you're a buffet fan, the Paris buffet is usually pretty good in the mornings. Earl of Sandwich has some pretty decent breakfast sandwiches, too. But it really depends on what you're looking for. Some people (*cough* ME *cough*) have an aversion to paying significant money for scrambled eggs and toast, and am not shy about waiting until 11am so I can get a decent lunch sandwich for my first meal of the day. Whereas if you're looking for something fancy or distinctive in the eggs/bacon milieu, that's a different story.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Along with paying high prices as the last poster indicated... .we now have to deal with 2:1 us of Reward Credits. It is getting nuts.

    Latest link of where to use RC's
     
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    Frankr163 High-Roller

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    Breakfast at Margaritaville is pretty decent.
    Eggs, pancakes, sausage and hash browns for around $20.
    And they do or did accept RC's at 1:1.
     
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    I thought the Buffet at Paris was still closed? Did it open in the last month?
     
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  7. JoJoR

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    That might work!

    I love HHAGG and almost tempted to spend the 2:1 RC's since I have so much. Really just want to try something new since I typically hit up the same places for breakfast.
     
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  8. 44inarow

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    Oh, I don't know. I'm not really keeping close track of what's open and not. But you didn't say when you were going.
     
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  9. vsop

    vsop High-Roller

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    If you are near Paris...for a quick, simple breakfast, I would suggest JJs or Guy Savoy...you pretty much would be limited to breakfast sandwichs, quiche, meat pizza and pastries and beverage....btw, Le Village buffet isn't listed as a restaurant in Paris' website...
     
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