Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by LV_Bound, Jan 2, 2019.
I also get up that early in Vegas.
My favorite options are: don't eat; starve.
Grand Lux yum, yum.
One of my faves is the warm grilled chicken salad followed by a healthy warm brownie caramel sundae - what better way to end the night or start the day.
Another vote for Grand Lux. If you can't find something in that book of a menu then that's on you!
Citizens at Mandalay Bay has a nice 24 hour menu.
I have to add Allegro at the Wynn to the list. It's open all the way to 6 AM.
At 3am, I eat the peanuts leftover from my flight because I don't have any money left
Sadelle's just opened, replacing the Bellagio cafe. I haven't been there. I doubt it will be very affordable but the food will probably be satisfying.
Yeah, but it closes at midnight. OP is asking about options after that
The Cafe at Wynn is 24 hours. There's all kinds of good, fast, and reasonably-priced (for the strip/Wynn) food 24/7 and you get to watch gaming action/people while you eat.
Edited to add: +1 on Allegro. The additional benefit is that the Cafe at Wynn and Allegro are literally about 30 feet from each other so you have two options next to each other You can check the menus/what's available and the wait at both and then pick which one you or your party prefer. Speaking from experience on this score.
Must check these out - haven't been back to the Wynn in too long. Might plan a scenic late night snack!
We stayed at the Wynn last trip and read the menu. At $24 for sliders I beg to differ about the "reasonably-priced" statement.
Not an option if you fly Southwest since they did away with the peanuts. Now it either pretzels or plane crackers which is what I normally have the first night when I roll in late.
Such a great question. I always come to Vegas talking big about how I'm gonna have a nice filet at 3-4 AM but have only had a real sit down meal that late a handful of times. Most times it is Casino Royale $2.49 hot dogs (if it's open) or good ole McD's. However I keep meaning to change that. In the past I have enjoyed Pantry at Mirage. One time I tried to go to Allegro at Wynn about 4 AM and it looked maybe 1/3 full. They asked if I was a hotel guest which I wasn't and then said it was a 30 minute wait. Didn't feel like waiting but still plan on trying to eat there again in the future. Looks to me like the highest quality late night spot.
I also keep meaning to try Hexx. That one is probably the most convenient location-wise and has to be nice dining with such a great view of the Strip at its emptiest and quietest time. I have to put that on the list for March...
Are they still doing that concession fee nonsense?
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