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Breakfast options

Looking for a good place to have breakfast under $20/ head. Buffets will do too, but something with good options, not the generic 'circus circus' types please. Something Las Vegas special would be good...

Preferred types: bakeries, french cafe type cuisines, cereal bars, soup-salad, ... not into chinese or asian food for breakfast, nor super into diners unless its a local specialty. Any recommendations?

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1. Re: Breakfast options

#1 on everyone's list is probably Hash House a Go Go. They have a location in Imperial Palace. http://www.hashhouseagogo.com/

Mon Ami Gabi in Paris serves breakfast and is said to be good as is Le Village Buffet. parislasvegas.com/casinos/paris-las-vegas/re…

For pastries Jean-Philippe in Bellagio is excellent: bellagio.com/restaurants/jean-philippe.aspx

For Sunday Brunches the non-buffets are best (if expensive): Fountains Brunch in Bellagio, Bally's Sterling Brunch, and Zeffirino's in the Venetian are the "big three", with Simon Pajama Brunch at Palms Place a slightly odd-ball option.

Edited: 03 May 2010, 03:02
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2. Re: Breakfast options

When did Bally's Sterling Brunch become a non-buffet and as well as an option for people looking to spend $20 per person? Call me confused...

OP, where are you staying? It's easier to recommend something in the immediate area of your hotel, there are all kinds of places to grab breakfast in different price ranges.

I'm not sure anyone would really recommend the Circus Circus buffet - is that where you're staying?

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3. Re: Breakfast options

Well, #1 on my list is the Peppermill on LVB just south of the Riviera. That is a Vegas classic. Huge omelettes, good service, courteous, attractive waitresses. Be sure to check the lounge out too.

A Vegas trip without the Peppermill is like instant Starbucks...

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4. Re: Breakfast options

Irish, the OP did say buffets would be okay, as long as it had good options.

kolC, I'm not a buffet fan, but did try the Wynn buffet (just over $20) and thought it had a great selection and very fresh food. (recommend you go as soon as it opens so you're not standing around in line)

I've also had breakfast at Margaritaville because it's nice to eat on the upper deck out on the strip when the air is still cool and it's not smoggy.

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5. Re: Breakfast options

"Irish, the OP did say buffets would be okay, as long as it had good options."

Yes, the OP did. I was (still am!) confused because in response to that someone said the "non buffets" are the best, and listed Bally's Sterling Brunch in that category. And the OP wanted something "under $20" and Bally's Sterling Brunch is a long way from that.

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6. Re: Breakfast options

Sterling Brunch was $85 when I last checked. It may have gone up since then.

As Irish suggested it will help a lot to know where you're staying. Not really worth suggesting places that will save you a few bucks if it will mean expense and time spent in getting there.

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7. Re: Breakfast options

Last week I had really good breakfasts at Grand Lux and Solero, both at Palazzo.

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8. Re: Breakfast options

Thanks everyone...we are flying in from Chicago and leaving for Zion immediately upon reaching (8-9 am).

After a week in Utah, we're back to Vegas for a couple nights at the Signature @ MGM. So we will have about 2-3 options for breakfast, but my question was for the first day primarily...looks like I will be able to try few of the suggestions.

About Circus Circus: last time I stayed there (I'll blame it on my friends, really bad decision!) and I specifically remembered it, so I dont end up anywhere near/ similar grounds.

Edited: 03 May 2010, 04:17
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9. Re: Breakfast options

At Green Valley Ranch (off the strip) has a great place, The Original Pancake house!! You can get a cheap gift cert from Restaurant.com too! Huge omelets and mega pancakes

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10. Re: Breakfast options

My favorite breakfast spot is Bouchon at the Venetian.

I also like Mon Ami Gabi at Paris, but Bouchon is better. Both are French, but not super pricey. Bouchon has wonderful bread and pastries and it has a kiosk that sells the bakery items right outside the elevators in the main tower.

ETA: Here is the Bouchon website, with menus: http://www.venetian.com/Pages.aspx?id=832

Edited: 03 May 2010, 19:02