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What's your perfect choice for a Vegas Breakfast?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by ardee, Mar 15, 2018.

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  1. Dr Nostron

    Dr Nostron High-Roller

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    Another vote for MAG - blueberry waffles

    May have to try those short ribs eggs Benedict next time am at Cosmo
     
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    Sausage egg and cheese brioche @Bellagio. If you are up early they sometimes available at the snack bar. Otherwise the pastry shop. They are warmed and wonderful. It is very tempting to have more than one.
     
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    Been to both. Go with Babystacks. Black Bear is actually a chain and although better than Denny's or IHOP, it's still got a corporate feel. Babystacks has a much more interesting menu and the food is really tasty.
     
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  4. PsyDoc

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    For some reason I always end up in the Pyramid Cafe at Luxor, even though there is nothing special about their breakfast.
     
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  5. Wanger1969

    Wanger1969 Iowa Nice

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    I am a buffet for breakfast kind of girl. I’ve tried many and have enjoyed most. This upcoming trip I am treating myself to Bacchanal with a line pass. Looking forward to it!! :feedme:
     
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  6. Texas Rock

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    2 ends of the spectrum.

    Hash House a Go Go (never had a bad meal there - love the breakfast / brunch options)
    White Castle (my original White Castle in Indiana had a sign that said 'White Castles for Breakfast, Why Not?')

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

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    Another vote here for the Short Ribs Benedict at the Henry at the Cosmpolitan. I'm not even a fan of eggs Benedict and this is great.

    Runner up:
    Weekend AYCE brunch at the Border Grill at Mandalay Bay

    Guilty pleasure:
    Two sausage and cheese McMuffins, no egg. Diet Coke.
     
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    They promote sliders for breakfast at the Castle but their actual breakfast sandwiches are pretty underrated and worthwhile.
     
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    @smerrian , is it the "La Belle Terre Bread" French place, or a different one? There were a couple search results that came up for me, I want to make sure I'm drooling over the right stuff!
     
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    Yes. The actual name is "La Belle Terre Bread" but the lettering on the building is The French Bakery and Cafe. Maybe they couldn't decide? It's semi-across the street from Smith's Grocery, next to Crown Dental.
     
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  11. Yall

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    Sundays: Sterling Brunch.
    All other days: Hash House.

    Admittedly, we've stayed at the Flamingo a bunch of times and I have no issue with their breakfast buffet.

    Breakfast buffet at Paris is worth checking out as well, if for no other reason than the crepes.
     
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  12. Geogran

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    Another vote here @spicole - except I do the McMuffin with the egg and no cheese :p and the fruit /yogurt parfait for a buck is a nice finish.
     
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    Usually Carnegie deli breakfast does tricks for me... there omelette...can feed two to three people!!!
     
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    They had a slab of pork belly with someone carving it up, very yummy. Nice bagels, smoked salmon, even corned beef hash. Someone mentioned you can reserve a table on opentable.
     
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    Steak & Eggs at Binions with my $10 off coupon from the MotherLode machine!
     
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    Eggs Benedict or Corned Beef Hash at either Cafe Bellagio, Mon Ami Gabi or House of Blues
     
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    The Peppermill Eggs Benedict

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    Peppermill is certainly stranded on an uncharted desert isle at the time! I sure hope they have the business to remain viable while the various players get their {s-word} together and revitalize the North Strip!
     
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    I think they have loyal customers and will be fine. They are consistent in their food and service. I know personally I recommend it to everyone who goes to Vegas. Plus their lounge is great.
     
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    I'm not normally a "breakfast person" at all... coffee & I'm good to go....but in Vegas?
    I usually have breakfast every morning I'm there.
    Way back in the day, the steak & eggs at the Westward Ho coffee shop was unbeatable... perfectly seasoned steak, broiled in butter....two eggs over medium with a double-toasted english muffin & hash browns... just goes to show that, even at a place like the Ho, they did one thing exceptionally well!
    Downtown? Well, with Bay City Diner gone...and now DuPars as well, it's been mostly Magnolia's.. I get the eggs & bacon w/ english muffin.
    I have never needed 'fancy' when it comes to any meal, but breakfast especially... good coffee is, of course, a 'must'... but fried eggs, bacon & toast? Pretty hard to screw that up.
     
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