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Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Toast2, Mar 22, 2017.

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  1. Toast2

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    Whats your favorite place for breakfast downtown?

    Need some ideas for my trip next month
     
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    Well since you liked DuPars, maybe you would like Hash House at Plaza. We're not a fan of either place. I think the buffet at MSS is a great option, but if you want a sit-down breakfast with a server, then I would suggest the cafe at Fremont. Go towards the buffet line, then veer right, to the cafe line. Once seated, if you change your mind, you can still select the buffet.
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    Eat is my favorite by a long shot. Worth the quick walk.

    I was pleasantly surprised by Freedom Beat at Downtown Grand. It's not a must-try, but very solid.

    I've heard good things about Donut Bar but didn't make it this time around.
     
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    Me too! I love donuts!

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    The Cal Diner is always good, and reasonable prices.
     
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    Paradise Buffet at Fremont. Every day, cheap and always good.
     
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    And they apparently only have Country Fried Steak (as that's all I've ever had!)
     
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    Most days I eat at Magnolia's at the 4 Queens. Always happy with the breakfast there.
     
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    Magnolia's because my comps always cover the bill...and it's good standard breakfast. Comps because 4Qs has great vp with great comp rate that makes playing there a no brainer.
    If you have a car and want a little drive...Sarah's at the Klondike Sunset. New and clean, this casino cafe offers a full breakfast for $1.49 (1.61 with tax). 2 eggs, hash browns, 2 toast and 2 thick cut bacon or sausage. Best deal in Vegas.
     
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    MTO, about 2 blocks south of the Plaza.
     
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    Is that right? a full breakfast for $1.61, might have to head out there next trip or is it just a short term offer
     
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    I can vouch for EAT. Very good.
     
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    Yes, full breakfast at the Klondike Sunset...in a nice atmosphere...for $1.61 including tax. This offer has been around for almost a year now. Don't know if/when it will go away.
     
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    Menu from February, 2017
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    Country Fried Steak with lots of Throw-Up Gravy!
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    Claim Jumper seems expensive!
     
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    I know it is not the cheapest but reasonable, and they have a pretty good breakfast and I am far to old to be walking to save a couple of dollars especially while I am in Vegas playing negative expectation games of chance.:feedme::feedme:
     
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    thanks
     
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    I saw deviled eggs on the menu and that sounds yummy. I have to go to Yardbird for their deviled eggs and their version of BLT's ( pork belly on fried green tomatoes) every trip. Just curious if you've tried them at Eat?
     
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