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Breakfast is an important meal no matter where you are, however after a long night enjoying the entertainment in Las Vegas, you’ll want to regain your energy with a delicious breakfast at one of these morning time eateries. These restaurants range from upscale establishments to casual diners. From on-the-Strip restaurants to off-the-Strip classics, you won’t be disappointed when you dine in at one of these best breakfast spots in Las Vegas.
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An iconic institution to not only the breakfast scene in Vegas but the restaurant scene in general is the Peppermill Restaurant. In operation for almost 50 years now, this 24-hour eatery serves a wide variety of diner foods, including plenty of breakfast options to choose from. No matter what time of day or night you choose to visit the Peppermill, expect a line. However, the place has plenty of seating and the lounge is a great spot to wait and have a mimosa or bloody mary. With large portions, a cool vibe and tasty yet calorie-packed dishes, you’re bound to get rid of that hangover with a breakfast from the Peppermill.
Enjoy Sunday brunch at this French restaurant in The Venetian Resort. The dishes range from casual to gourmet, with items like chicken and waffles or opt for a benedict made with pork loin and country bread. One of the main reasons hungry patrons head here for breakfast is due to the Champagne cocktails served during brunch, which pair nicely with your French toast or the omelet of the day.
Head to Paris for an enjoyable French breakfast. No, you don’t need to hop on a plane to France; the Paris Las Vegas resort along the Strip in Las Vegas is home to Mon Ami Gabi, a delicious French restaurant that serves crepes, waffles and other French breakfast items. Watch the passersby along the Strip while you indulge in a made-from-scratch breakfast here. Croissants, quiche, and a variety of eggs Benedict options are just some of the stars of the breakfast menu here. Pair your morning dish with a refreshing juice or an espresso while you’re at Mon Ami Gabi.
If you wake up starving and looking for a heaping portion of food, then Hash House A Go Go is the Vegas breakfast spot for you. With a few locations in the city, it’s fairly easy to snag a meal here. The signature hashes are what Hash House A Go Go is all about. However, this eatery also serves breakfast favorites like eggs Benedict, chicken and waffles and delicious biscuits and gravy.
Egg lovers unite at this LA-based eatery that has a location in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Eggslut serves breakfast sandwiches, made with cage-free eggs and fresh brioche buns. There is a number of breakfast sandwich options on the menu here, from the simple “bacon, egg and cheese” to The Gaucho made with tri-tip steak and arugula.
If you find yourself off the Strip and in downtown Las Vegas instead, choose a morning meal at Eat. Eat’s menu is nothing but boring. This eatery is for those looking for an out-of-the-box breakfast, away from mundane eggs and pancakes. A fan favorite is the huevos motulenos, an egg dish served with black beans and sauteed bananas. Or opt for the egg sandwich, made with truffles and feta.
Head to Aria Resort and Casino to dine in at Bardot Brasserie for breakfast. You could consider this restaurant to offer a more elevated brunch experience, as Champagne is served by cart and the menu is full of gourmet breakfast options. Many brunch enthusiasts flock here for the bottomless rosé, which pairs nicely with the French-inspired breakfast dishes like croissant benedicts, French toast, and the chicken French dip.
In a land of casual diners and French cuisine, DW Bistro stands out among the breakfast scene in Vegas by serving Jamaican and Latin-inspired breakfast options. The jerk chicken and waffles will definitely wake you up after a long night in the casino or club. For those hoping for a more Latin-infused breakfast option, opt for the chicken flautas or the slow-cooked pork omelette. The baked goods here shouldn’t be missed at this off-the-Strip eatery, as the white chocolate scones are a popular indulgence at DW Bistro.
Another Aria Resort and Casino eatery to consider for breakfast is Herringbone, which truly offers a feast on an outdoor patio near the Aria pool. You’ll want to come hungry here, as Herringbone is an “all you can eat” establishment that not only features made-to-order dishes but also stations that serve carved roasts, poke, and even a Bloody Mary bar. This breakfast option isn’t for those on a budget, but you’ll leave feeling satisfied until dinnertime.
No matter if you’re craving sweet or savory food for breakfast, Kitchen Table has you covered with its unique yet familiar menu options. Expect items like French toast and eggs benedict but with a twist, like foie gras tops the French toast and the eggs benedict comes with pork belly and jalapeno hollandaise. If the weather is nice, dine on the patio with a prickly pear or blackberry mimosa.
You don’t have to be a fan of Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis to enjoy her restaurant in The Cromwell Hotel. Simply named Giada, this Las Vegas eatery serves brunch three days a week on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Serving Italian-inspired cuisine, Giada features a la carte menu items or consider indulging in the tasting menu if you’re feeling extra hungry.