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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):

  • Ellis Island (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.
  • Ocean One (at Miracle Mile Shops in Planet Hollywood) – great value & they claim to be the busiest restaurant in Vegas.
  • Peppermill (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.

 

Happy Travels,

Kevin & Tina

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