5 Best Breakfast Restaurants In Las Vegas, Nevada (Vegas Hacks)
5 best breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas, Nevada &
Best brunch restaurants in Las Vegas
Usually, we eat fast, light, and cheap for breakfast when we travel. Often, we resort to coffee shops and fast food restaurants if our hotel does not have breakfast included. Thus, we don’t really have our own favourite places to eat breakfast when we are in Las Vegas.
We remember having good experiences with good food, large portions and low prices at a few places over the years, but when I looked online it appears that some of those restaurants have permanently closed.
After doing a lot of research and hearing from Vegas fanatics online, it seems that many people prefer to sleep in and have a large brunch (late breakfast) in Las Vegas. After that, I imagine they skip lunch or just have a little snack in the early afternoon and then have a larger dinner.
We are members of many Facebook groups for Las Vegas travel tips and we noticed that this question gets asked a lot, so we thought we’d do a post about the best places for breakfast in Las Vegas. Members of those groups seem to know way more than we do about breakfast and brunch specials and the best places to have breakfast in Las Vegas. Some are pretty passionate about it.
Top 5 Breakfast Restaurants in Las Vegas
Here are the top 5 breakfast spots on the Las Vegas Strip that people recommend the most (in alphabetical order):
Just off the Strip behind Bally’s – great value & big portions.
Hash House A Go Go
At LINQ near Flamingo or at The Plaza on Fremont – great food.
Mon Ami Gabi
At Paris – excellent food & eat outside on a patio on the Strip.
At Miracle Mile Shops in Planet Hollywood – great value & they claim to be the busiest restaurant in Vegas.
Just north of Wynn – great food & unique, classic Vegas ambiance.
Other Recommended Breakfast Restaurants in Vegas
Honourable mentions included Eggslut (in Bellagio or Cosmopolitan), HEXX (in Paris), and Pantry (in Mirage).
Another very popular breakfast restaurant is called Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant, which has 5 locations that are not on the Strip, so they are not as convenient.
Kevin and his father had a very inexpensive ($5) hearty and tasty breakfast at La Salsa Cantina (now located at Miracle Mile Shops) 7 or 8 years ago, so we recommend this place if you want to save money. In the same mall, you’ll find a few filling $4 breakfasts and $2 bloody Mary’s at Blondies.
Many restaurants offer unlimited Mimosas or Bloody Marys with brunch for under $15 if you want to start your drinking early.
If you want to get suggestions for the best buffet restaurants in Las Vegas, all of which used to serve breakfast before the lockdown, please click here.
Where did you have a great breakfast or brunch on a previous trip to Las Vegas? Please comment below.
Kevin & Tina
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As a big Vegas fanatic, I agree with you that these are some of the most popular places to have breakfast. I'm a fan of Mon Ami Gabi but have yet to have breakfast there. We typically are early risers and have resort credit to use or a MyVegas reward to grab a 2 for 1 breakfast somewhere. Sometimes it's a cheap breakfast at McDonald's. I miss travelling to Vegas (usually a couple of times a year) and love to see a post about it! Thanks for sharing.
As long as they have good biscuits and gravy (which I know is asking a lot outside of the south), I'm happy.
I love Eggslut. I used to go to Vegas for work 10 weeks a year and probably ate at Eggslut 30 times a year. It's worth the wait. Also, Planet Hollywood has one of the best buffet breakfasts on the strip. It's not too expensive (it was under $20 last time I was there), but has everything you'd need and sometimes fresh seafood!
Thanks. You seem to confirm some of these selections even though you are similar to us when we have breakfast on a trip. However, we want to try some of these top 5 best breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas on our next trip.
We have lots of other posts with travel tips for Las Vegas.
That is such a unique and savoury southern breakfast. I haven't seen it a lot on menus in Vegas. Maybe one of these top restaurants for breakfast in Las Vegas will prove me wrong.
We have passed by Eggslut and noticed long lineups and that's a big reason we didn't try it. You have confirmed why it should be on the list of the best breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas. We also love the buffet at Planet Hollywood for value for money.
Such a useful guide! I was supposed to go to Vegas in September but couldn't because of the travel ban – but hey, this will help when I finally rebook!
This is a great post! Hash House A Go Go is my all time favorite breakfast place. I'll have to try the others on our next trip to Vegas. Thanks for the ideas.
We also had to cancel a trip to Las Vegas (in July 2020). Print this post or bookmark it to give you can't-miss options for some of the best breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas.
I'd say that Hash House a Go Go got the most love and comments on social media on all of the posts I reviewed regarding the top breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas. I really have to try it. Maybe you'll find another Las Vegas breakfast restaurant that is as good on your next trip.
Amber Page, The Unpredicted Page
These sound super interesting! Its making me hungry!
Amber | The Unpredicted Page
Breakfast food is among my favorites! Thanks for the information!
I couldn't even tell you what their specialties are because according to fans, everything is great. Eggs benedict seems popular.
Then you should try one of these places on the list of the best breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas next time you are there. Glad you liked it.
Sarah - Insecure Housewife
I've never been to Vegas but it's a place I would love to visit one of these days. Knowing the best places to hit up for breakfast is good before we even plan our trip, that way we can be sure to include a few of these when we do go. Thanks for the awesome restaurant suggestions.
You are welcome. I believe in planning trips in advance and this should help you find a good breakfast restaurant in Las Vegas or 2.
Vegas is renowned for its buffets. Do you know if they're now a thing of the past? Locking these tips away for next Vegas vacation.
We love the Las Vegas buffets & breakfast buffets too. Right now, I read that food is either pre-plated or they serve it for you, but they are still operating last I heard.
A real eye opener for me. I love food posts. Unfortunately, I have never been to America, but your post was still enjoyable to read.
Thanks. Someday, if you come to America, you might go to Las Vegas and use some of these suggestions for the best breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas.
Great post! Unfortunately my Las Vegas trip was cancelled but I’ll keep these places in mind next time I go.
Our 2020 trip was also cancelled, but with the research I did about things to do in Las Vegas and best breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas, we have good ideas for our next trip (hopefully in 2021).
Jack (Nomad Tactics)
Must be nice to try out all the breakfast in Las Vegas…
That would be nice, but we are usually too tired to eat a big breakfast very often when we travel. but, we’ll definitely try more of these great breakfast and brunch restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip.
I’ve never been to Las Vegas, although it’s on the list. I defo now Know where to eat breakfast/bunch there. $5 is very cheap for a hearty one so I will be looking at those places when I get there. Thanks for the info.
There are breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas for everyone – whether you like cheap prices, great food, or big portions.
I always miss breakfast because I sleep in so I can relate a lot with not knowing which places offer the best breakfast. I love my sleep and would choose that over breakfast any day lol.
But, its probably worth the effort when you have some highly recommended breakfast restaurants to check out in Las Vegas.