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Erie, Colorado
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Breakfast and sushi

Only four days to go. I will be there three full days. I have two places picked out for breakfast (Bouchon and The Henry), need a third. I like unique options for breakfast and the hubs likes a good omelet.

Any recommendations?

We'd also like to get some really good sushi for dinner.

We will be staying at Bellagio.

Thanks for any replies.

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1. Re: Breakfast and sushi

The only two places we go if we want a special breakfast are Tableau at Wynn and Veranda at Four Seasons. We haven't been to Tableau since the renovations, so I would have to recommend breakfast on the patio at Veranda. Its everything you tink Four Seasons should be.

Sorry we can't help with sushi.

Edited: 26 May 2012, 06:07
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2. Re: Breakfast and sushi

I will tell you where NOT to go for sushi and that is RA Sushi at Fashion Show Mall. All of our sushi rolls were warm and messy. Even though we ordered just the basics such as crunchy tuna, eel roll, and the like, they all had cream cheese in them and covered with creamy sauce. Yuck! I would be conservative if I said their sushi was subpar.

I have heard great things about Sushi Roku at Caesars (credit to Big Vegas Fan)

http://www.sushiroku.com/sushiroku/

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3. Re: Breakfast and sushi

While I have eaten at the Veranda a number of time I would Not call it Unique, we usually sit out on the patio, if its hot out your going to sweat, the breakfast and the service are fine but its really not anything fancy and for two American breakfast you will spend $50+.

I prefer Tableau and Bouchon, for a change I also like Cafe Bellagio, just the whole surrounding is up beat.

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4. Re: Breakfast and sushi

We ate a snack at Red Sushi in the Golden Nugget and we thought it was great!

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5. Re: Breakfast and sushi

Yellowtail at Bellagio has some creative, but expensive, sushi.

We enjoyed Blue Ribbon Sushi at Cosmopolitan as well.

My two favorite breakfasts are Hash House and Sterling Brunch.

Erie, Colorado
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6. Re: Breakfast and sushi

Any others?

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7. Re: Breakfast and sushi

If you go to the Bellagio buffet I'm pretty sure you can get omelets AND sushi for breakfast, at least on the weekends :)

Erie, Colorado
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8. Re: Breakfast and sushi

I'm pretty much over buffets. Might possibly consider Wicked Spoon or Paris, but I've done too many buffets that were not "all that".

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9. Re: Breakfast and sushi

Sugar Factory has some great breakfast options! I had creme brûlée crepes and DH had apple pie waffles. I also had a cinnamon toast crunch martini (when in Vegas...)!

Erie, Colorado
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10. Re: Breakfast and sushi

Sugar Factory looks like it should be checked out regardless. The crepes look good, but I don't like "so sweet it makes my teeth hurt" sweet. Is it a subtle sweet?