Here’s Where To Find The Best Breakfast In Las Vegas

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When visiting Las Vegas, it doesn’t matter if you spend your time hitting the casinos or traveling off the beaten path. Your trip will be an adventure to remember, regardless of how you spend your days.

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and with good reason. Starting a new day — or wrapping up a late night — is the perfect excuse for a hearty breakfast. Luckily for you, there’s no shortage of places to grab bacon and eggs, or something more creative like French toast coated in Fruity Pebbles.

Check out our five picks for the best breakfast in Las Vegas, and start your next adventure.

Breakfast On The Wild Side

 

At Black Bear Diner, you’ll get to Instagram more than just your meal. This diner offers breakfast all day, and has a rustic ambiance with plenty of sculptures of its namesake animal. You’ll also find plenty of bear puns to help you create a witty caption.

You’ll find more than just fantastic food and wordplay, however. The company gives back to local charities, along with the National Parks Foundation and Make-A-Wish Foundation.

  • What you’ll find: Traditional diner fare, including benedicts, pancakes, and bacon, eggs, and toast.
  • Price range: A meal with 2 eggs, hashbrowns, toast, and bacon costs $9.69.
  • Hours: 6 a.m. – 10 p.m., 7 days a week
  • Address: There are three locations across Las Vegas, along with one in Henderson. Find the closest location here.

Hash Out Your Plans For The Day

 

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Hash House A Go-Go serves a wide variety of its namesake hash, all of which are topped with two eggs, and served with fresh fruit and a biscuit. Offerings range from salmon, cream cheese, red onions, and potatoes, to a vegetarian version with mushrooms, potatoes, artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomato and fresh spinach. You’ll also find Benedicts, scrambles, and even breakfast quesadillas.

  • What you’ll find: Hash, scrambles, Benedicts, and more
  • Hours: Exact times vary slightly between locations, with brunch typically starting by 7:30 a.m. and lasting until 11 a.m. during the week, and 5 p.m. on weekends.
  • Address: Three locations across Vegas, including ones inside Plaza Hotel & Casino, and The LINQ. See them all here.

Homegrown Breakfast With A Modern Twist

 

At the trendy Born and Raised, you’ll find a mix of traditional and creative breakfast options. Check out the breakfast burritos, or try some of their more creative fare. These unique options include French toast coated in Fruity Pebbles, breakfast sliders made with Spam, egg, and Sriracha aioli, and a fried chicken and donut sandwich.

  • What you’ll find: A bit of everything, from breakfast burritos to French toast
  • Price range: A breakfast burrito and side of fruit will set you back about $10
  • Hours: 24/7
  • Address: 7260 S Cimarron Road, Las Vegas and 10050 S Eastern, Henderson
  • Phone number: Las Vegas location is (702) 685-0258, Henderson location is (702) 685-0258

Breakfast That’s Just Like Mom Made

 

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Check out Egg and I for traditional American breakfast fare that’s just like the diner you love at home. This family restaurant serves all classics for breakfast, like omelettes, pancakes, and skillet meals. If you’d rather have lunch options, don’t miss the homemade soups, sandwiches, and burgers.

  • What you’ll find: Traditional diner fare, including omelets, skillet breakfasts, and waffles.
  • Price range: A meal with two eggs, potatoes, and toast costs about $7.50
  • Hours: 6 a.m. – 3 p.m., 7 days a week
  • Address: 4533 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas
  • Phone number: (702) 364- 9686

Passport To Paris Over Breakfast

 

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That mini Eiffel Tower isn’t the only place to pretend you’re in Paris during your Vegas trip. For a more authentic experience, check out Bouchon. This upscale restaurant, hidden inside the Venezia Tower of the Venetian, is the perfect place to grab a French breakfast.

For a quick bite, try something from their wide variety of pastries, including croissants, pain au chocolat, and blueberry muffins. If you’re feeling fancy, enjoy the Escargots à la Bourguignon, featuring Burgundy snails in parsley-garlic butter with a puff pastry made in Bouchon’s bakery. You’ll also find beignets, crepes, Benedicts, and more.

  • What you’ll find: Upscale French breakfast fare
  • Price range: Eggs Benedict meal will cost around $21
  • Hours: Breakfast hours are 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the week, and 2 p.m. on weekends.
  • Address: 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South, 10th Floor, Las Vegas
  • Phone number: (702) 414-6200

Don’t let your Vegas culinary adventures stop with breakfast. For more restaurant suggestions, check out a few of our other favorite restaurants, and stay nearby in one of our furnished Las Vegas apartments.

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