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Last updated: October 24, 2017 at 12:56 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Breakfast All Day In Vegas.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day so why limit it to just the early morning hours? Heck, in Las Vegas, your day might not even start until early evening. I once visited Vegas for a week and never managed to get out of the hotel before the sun had already gone down. It happens. Sleeping through standard breakfast hours or staying up so late you’re ready for a morning meal… well, there are many reasons you might want breakfast 24/7 in Las Vegas.

Luckily, plenty of restaurants offer breakfast around the clock, or at least outside of the typical morning hours. Vegas is almost as synonymous with middle of the night steak and eggs as it is with buffets so here are a few suggestions to break your fast, whenever that may be.

Caesars Palace

Cafe Americano

Enjoy a good Las Vegas breakfast at Cafe Americano at Caesars Palace

Cafe Americano’s American Breakfast comes with extra crispy hash browns if that’s how you like them.

Café Americano is open 24/7/365 so you can grab breakfast literally any hour of any day. The full breakfast menu is served from 6 a.m-11 a.m. and includes specialties like the Hair of the Hog. This dish includes pork three ways (bacon, ham and shaved pork) piled high atop a jalapeno waffle with sunny side up eggs and two types of cheese. That ought to fix you right up!

If you and the Captain [Morgan] made it happen already, you might want to make the Cap’n Crunch French toast happen to get you ready for the day… or a nap. This brioche French toast is coated in Cap’n Crunch cereal for an added bonus of crispy sweetness.

If that’s a little overwhelming, there are plenty of other breakfast favorites served all day including omelets, pancakes, steak and eggs plus the American Breakfast, which comes with your choice of eggs your way, toast, hash browns and your choice of bacon, ham or sausage. I opted for extra crispy hash browns and they actually cooked them that way. Victory! I was also happy about the tasty whipped butter and the choice of Dickenson’s jams and jellies for my toast. Breakfast sandwich fans will enjoy the Brooklyn Breakfast, which features bacon, ham, eggs and cheese on a Kaiser roll.

Paris Las Vegas

JJ’s Boulangerie

Enjoy JJ's Boulangerie croissants and pastries for a good Las Vegas breakfast

JJ’s Boulangerie has you covered on the carb front. Yum!

This Parisian style cafe is open from 6 a.m. until 2 a.m. daily, so there’s a decent chance it will be open when you’re craving chocolate croissants and/or other pastries or freshly baked baguettes to go. You can also grab the coffee you need to get your day started… or to help you remember where your room is.

La Creperie

Crepes are just not great for a Las Vegas breakfast but they are good any time of the day

This fulfilled my crepe expectations.

Crêpes aren’t specifically a breakfast food but they definitely make a delicious snack or meal at any hour so visit La Crêperie from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. to have your pick of sweet crêpes like the one with Nutella, banana, candied hazelnuts and caramel sauce or savory crepes like the ham and cheese with Parisian ham, Gruyère and béchamel sauce.

Le Village Buffet

Las Vegas breakfast crepes available throughout the day at Le Village Buffet

Sweet or savory- there’s no wrong answer here.

There’s also a variety of sweet and savory crêpes available throughout the day (7 a.m.-10 p.m.) at Le Village Buffet, plus fillings can be customized upon request. For more on these, check out our Buffet of Buffets video and blog.

HEXX Kitchen + Bar

A Las Vegas breakfast must include a Bloody Mary - Paris Las Vegas

Now THAT’s a Blood Mary!

Everything’s made from scratch each day at this Paris Las Vegas restaurant. There are no pre-made sauces or frozen ingredients and it’s Nevada’s first and only bean-to-bar chocolate maker so expect high-quality, fresh food and sweets 24 hours a day.

If you hit it while the full breakfast menu is served (7 a.m.-11 a.m. Monday-Friday), look forward to delicacies like an array of French toasts, waffles (get the Cinnaroll Waffle with cream cheese frosting), pancakes (hello, Carrot Cake Pancakes), breakfast pizzas, egg dishes including egg sandwiches and croissants plus tasty treats like smoothies, seasonal berries and candied bacon. If nothing on that list makes you want to roll out of bed and head to HEXX, your friends may need to check your pulse.

Late night breakfast is served from midnight until 7 a.m., featuring late night faves like steak and eggs. You can get an ideal sweet and salty combo of cheesy eggs and a bacon waffle with candied bacon and bourbon syrup. There’s also a ham and cheese croissant, served open-faced with aged cheddar and black forest ham, with a side of crispy potatoes.

Are you a hot mess when you’re seeking middle of the night breakfast food? Maybe you just love the name of “The Hot Mess” dish as much as I do and think french fries smothered with pork, barbecue gravy, cheese sauce and basted eggs sound like a good idea no matter what state you’re in.

If you’re noticing the overindulgent trend here and want to really experience HEXX, brunch is your best bet. It’s served from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Bring the fiesta to your mouth with chilaquiles featuring chicken, salsa, two eggs, avocado, sour cream and mozzarella served over tortilla chips.

Feeling fancy? Try the Gravalax Benedict with house made gravlax (aka thinly sliced cured salmon) served on an English muffin with hollandaise sauce, red onion and dill. Wash it all down with some insane Bloody Marys like The Colossal, which, you guessed it, is colossal and has a meal’s worth of food in the garnish.

The Cromwell

Drai’s Beachclub 

Enjoy a Las Vegas Breakfast pizza by pool at Drai's Beachclub - The Cromwell

Breakfast flatbread by the pool at Drai’s Beachclub.

Drai’s Beachclub is party central during performances by the likes of Zed’s Dead, Jesse Marco and Deux, but during the week, it’s our favorite secret food-with-a-view spot. Yes, you can get food right by the gorgeous pool at Drai’s, overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. Best of all, you can get your breakfast on until 6 p.m. Food is served at the poolside café’s seating area or directly to your cabana or daybed, making it easy to munch on traditional omelets, chorizo breakfast burritos and a scrambled-egg-and-bacon-covered breakfast flatbread.

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The LINQ Hotel & Casino

Hash House A Go Go

Go big or go home with the Las Vegas breakfast at Hash Hash a Go Go

Man v. Food took on the Sage Fried Chicken Farm Benedict. Can you?

Go big or go home becomes go BIG and go home style at Hash House A Go Go at The LINQ where the portions are just south of OMG. Let’s just say it was featured on the Travel Channel’s “Man V. Food” for good reason. Host Adam Richman bellied up to the Sage Fried Chicken Farm Benedict, one of the restaurant’s signature Benedicts with Hash House A Go Go’s famous sage fried chicken. This decadent item can be enjoyed 24 hours a day and includes spinach, hardwood smoked bacon, tomato, griddled mozzarella, chipotle cream and scrambled eggs under a hunk of tender and juicy fried chicken.

While Hash House A Go Go is known for its breakfast and brunch specialties, the best part is, many are available all day and all night. Dive into a pile of French toast or buttermilk flapjacks. Better yet, up your game with HH Famous Flapjacks. What makes them so famous, you ask? The delicious flavor options like blueberry pecan, brown sugar banana, apple cinnamon, pumpkin or… wait for it… SNICKERS! “My hangover, er, I would like some Snickers flapjacks please.” Add whipped cream for an extra sinful desert breakfast.

Biscuits and gravy lovers will rejoice at the ability to order these round bits of Southern bliss at all hours. They’re served with two eggs and mashed potatoes. Looking for even more side item action? Try the Farm Scrambles, which are all served with griddled mashed or crispy potatoes, fresh fruit and a biscuit.

Kiwi Watermelon Lemonade shot for breakfast in Las Vegas

Trust me. This will be your new favorite breakfast cocktail.

Be sure to grab a drink with your breakfast. There’s a BLT Bloody Mary and the O’Hare of the dog, a 24-ounce Budweiser with a side of bacon, but the sweet spot is the Kiwi Watermelon Lemonade, served spiked or not. This beautifully layered cocktail comes with a slice of watermelon as a garnish to, you know, keep it “healthy.”

Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino


Carb up for breakfast in Las Vegas at Nosh at Bally's Las Vegas

Must. Have. All. The. Carbs.

If you’re looking to nosh at Bally’s, hit up Nosh, adjacent to the Jubilee Tower guest elevator. This deli offers made-to-order wraps, bagels, subs, beef hot dogs and freshly made desserts. It’s open from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. and you can grab breakfast sandwiches on your choice of bread (including croissants and bagels) all day and evening. Go mushroom and spinach if you’re craving some veggies or pick the meats and get bacon and/or sausage with cheese.



Fulton Street Food Hall

Fulton Street Food Hall is open 24 hours daily so you can always grab some kind of breakfast food including freshly baked pastries and coffee at the coffee bar. It’s not so much a food court as it is a collection of all your favorite food stations featuring fresh creations such as burgers, pizza, fro yo and salads– but we’re still on a breakfast mission. In addition to the grab-n-go pastries and coffee, you can enjoy a sit-down breakfast from 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (2 p.m. on Friday and Saturday) while ordering from a menu that includes classics served with some of the tastiest seasoned hash brown patties I’ve found in Vegas.


All American Bar & Grille

Late night steak and eggs at the All-American Bar & Grill

Late night steak and eggs is a classic Vegas dish.

All American Bar & Grille offers up breakfast specialties from 11 a.m. until midnight. The lunch and dinner menu includes a few breakfast items, so you’re covered all day. Dine on steak and eggs featuring a New York strip, two eggs, however you like them, plus crispy potatoes. Bring home the bacon with the classic bacon and eggs, which includes applewood smoked bacon, two eggs your way and crispy potatoes.


Café To Go Express

This grab ‘n go cafe, located between Center Cut steakhouse and the elevator bank by The Wildlife Habitat, offers breakfast items 24 hours a day. Breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos (including steak and eggs) and breakfast pizzas fill you up around the clock.

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Allison came to Las Vegas over a decade ago and fell in love with the city and all its dining and entertainment options. A live music junkie and tequila enthusiast, she has written for Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Vegas Magazine and Conde Nast's VegasChatter.

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