Great Spots to Grab Breakfast in Vegas
Whether before hitting the sack after a long night out, or your answer to killing a hangover, breakfast in Vegas is the most important meal of the day. After dozens of eggs, stacks of pancakes and even a couple of crab legs, the Vegaster culinary experts have zeroed in on the 7 best restaurants in Vegas to grab a great breakfast, no matter what time you are ready to get it.
Peppermill – Year after year, someone is adding the Peppermill to a “Best of Vegas” list for good reason. The 24 hour diner atmosphere is perfect for a laid back breakfast, either after a night out, or before you start your day. Vegas-themed movie buffs will certainly remember the décor from “Casino” as they start digging into a plate of steak and eggs, but we doubt Sharon Stone will be coming around the corner to plant a big kiss on your lips.
Bouchon – Found inside of the Venetian, Bouchon is a French Bistro themed breakfast spot created by chef Thomas Keller. Whether you have a hankering for a hearty meat, potato and egg breakfast, or just a spot of cappuccino and a danish, Bouchon has your back. With a more uppity atmosphere, your breakfast trip to Bouchon is best reserved for when you are able to be on your best behavior.
MTO Café – The décor and atmosphere may scream downtown Vegas, but the menu at the MTO Café tells a whole other story. Think breakfast comfort food with a big twist, like homemade mash browns (no a typo) or bacon cooked right into your dipping-sized pancakes. The breakfast menu hits on all your favorites and still manages to make them better. Now with two locations and delivery, there is never any excuse to skip out on breakfast in Vegas.
Buddy V – If your breakfast cravings are on the sweet side, then let New Jersey born Buddy Valastro fill your desire. The “Cake Boss” star chose the Venetian for his first Vegas restaurant, and his Italian brunch offerings will make you want to skip the eggs. Try some Italian spicy sausage from the carving board along with hot focaccia and cheesy garlic bread. Just make sure to save room for dessert. Buddy V knows sweets and serves up everything from authentic cannolis to rich red velvet cake.
Culinary Dropout – Another great brunch stop takes place inside the Hard Rock Hotel, where the crew is as diverse as the brunch menu is. Check out the Cap’n Crunch crusted French toast or kill the hangover with a prairie oyster or bacon bloody mary. Brunch in this cool and very relaxed atmosphere is one of the best ways to get back on your feet after a really rough night out on the Vegas streets.
Mon Ami Gabi –You can’t go wrong with a made from scratch banana foster waffle. As if the name doesn’t tell you, Mon Ami Gabi is styled after a traditional French bistro, offering you delights like fresh crepes, baguettes and a variety of omelets using all fresh ingredients. Located right on the strip, this favorite breakfast spot also has plenty of private party dining space, looking right out onto the Bellagio fountains.
Hash House A Go Go – Open around the clock, Hash House A Go Go’s claim to fame is it’s fried chicken farm benedict which Adam Richman on the Travel Channel’s “Man VS Food” tackled when visiting Vegas. Located inside of the LINQ, Rio Hotel and Plaza Downtown Fremont, this casual restaurant is known for its larger than life breakfasts, including breakfast scrambles, pancakes and of course the world famous benedicts.
From your home style bacon and eggs, to sweet crepes that melt in your mouth, you’ll find it all for breakfast in Vegas. Make any one of these Vegaster 7 breakfast spots a stop on your next trip, and get fueled up for the day ahead, or stave off that hangover from the night before.