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8 Places Where You Can Eat 24 Hours A Day In Vegas

Last updated: September 18, 2018 at 10:37 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. No Comments on 8 Places Where You Can Eat 24 Hours A Day In Vegas.

Las Vegas is a 24-hour town and that means you can do just about anything you want any time you want, including going to a restaurant. Not all restaurants in town are open around the clock, but we have some suggestions for you for when you’re struck by those late-night – or early-morning cravings.

Here’s where you can find 24-hour restaurants in Vegas

Cafe Americano at Caesars Palace Smokehouse Burger - Open 24 hour restaurant in Las Vegas

The Cafe Americano smokehouse burger. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Americano at Caesars Palace

Cafe Americano at Caesars Palace is open 24 hours, 365 days a year serving classic American comfort food and dishes with a Latin twist.

If you’re there early in the morning, there are lots of breakfast options including pancakes, waffles and French toast. You can also get a hearty skillet like the loaded hash with Applewood smoked bacon, pork belly, peppers, onions and white cheddar. Hashes come with home fries or hash browns and a choice of toast.

If you’re at the restaurant between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m., they offer a late-night cravings menu with items including chicken wings, fresh guacamole and burgers. Try the BFE, double stacked 6-ounce patties, American cheese, onion, pickles, lettuce and secret sauce.

Earl of Sandwich at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Sometimes you just need a sandwich at 3 a.m. That’s when you go to Earl of Sandwich at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. This 24-hour spot serves hot sandwiches on warm, fluffy bread. Try the Full Montagu with roasted beef, turkey, Swiss and cheddar or the Original 1762 with roasted beef, cheddar and horseradish sauce.

The Chicken Crunch at Cafe Hollywood in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

The Chicken Crunch at Cafe Hollywood. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Hollywood at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

If you’re looking for a 24-hour restaurant with a large variety of food to choose from you can’t go wrong with Café Hollywood at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. There’s something for every taste whether you’re looking for pre- or post-show bites, a late-night dinner or breakfast.

Start out with appetizers including the famous Chicken Crunch, spicy Brussels sprouts, Tex-Mex egg rolls, avocado toast and more. For entrees, choose from sandwiches, pastas, salads, steak and chicken dishes, burgers and a variety of Asian favorites like Singapore noodles, Thai basil chicken and pork belly ramen.

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The Barbary Dogs from eatwell is a great late-night eatery located in The Cromwell

The Barbary Dogs from eatwell. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Eatwell at the Cromwell

For casual, quick bite around the clock, stop in to eatwell at The Cromwell. It’s a great place to stop in after a late night at Drai’s After Hours for a breakfast sandwich, Soba noodle bowl, tacos, pizza or wings. For a great deal, get the three Coney dogs with smoked chili and cheese with a 16-ounce soda for just $5.

Get some comfront food with a twist at Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go Tractor Driver Combo. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Hash House A Go Go at The LINQ Hotel & Casino

This 24-hour restaurant at The LINQ Hotel & Casino is known for its huge portions of comfort food with a twist.  This is the place to go if you want a hearty breakfast or some hangover-busting food.

Signature items include hashes, which are served on crispy potatoes with two eggs and a biscuit. Options include a roasted chicken, garlic, onions, asparagus and rosemary hash and the HH Famous Meatloaf hash with roasted peppers, fresh spinach and smoked mozzarella.

Another specialty at Hash House A Go Go is the giant flapjacks. Flavors include brown sugar banana, Snickers, apple cinnamon, pumpkin and more.

If you don’t want breakfast food, there are sandwiches, stuffed burgers, salads and favorites like chicken pot pie.

Enjoy classic bar comfort food and Italian favorites 24 hours a day at Off The Strip

Meatloaf dinner from Off The Strip. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Off the Strip at The LINQ Hotel & Casino

This local favorite has a home on the Strip at the LINQ Hotel & Casino. Enjoy classic bar comfort food and Italian favorites 24 hours a day.

Brunch is served from 5 a.m. – noon daily and includes items like pancakes, steak and eggs, Belgian waffles and the carnivore skillet with scrambled eggs, red peppers, chicken sausage, smoked ham, hickory bacon and cheese.

The regular menu offers dishes like chicken Parmigiana, handcrafted meatloaf, beef stroganoff, short rib ravioli, burgers, fish, steaks and more.

Café To Go Express at Flamingo Las Vegas

If you need a quick bite, Café To Go Express is conveniently open 24 hours a day with a wide variety of offerings.

The breakfast menu features breakfast sandwiches, breakfast pizza and breakfast burritos like the Southwest burrito with chorizo, scrambled eggs, hash browns and cheese.

You can also grab pizza by the slice or a whole pie. Other items include sandwiches, salads and Buffalo wings.

Donuts at Fulton Street Food Hall.

Donuts at Fulton Street Food Hall. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Fulton Street Food Hall at Harrah’s Las Vegas

The Fulton Street Food Hall is a chef-driven marketplace offering several different food stations 24 hours a day.

If you’re looking for breakfast, there’s pastries, muffins, cakes and a coffee bar.

For lunch, enjoy homemade soups, a salad bar, sandwiches, tacos and more. Other choices include a sushi bar, a noodle bar and a frozen yogurt station.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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