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The Ultimate Hangover Cure: Breakfast at Guy Fieri Vegas Kitchen & Bar

Last updated: December 11, 2015 at 2:34 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. 4 Comments on The Ultimate Hangover Cure: Breakfast at Guy Fieri Vegas Kitchen & Bar.

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¡Muy delicioso! Guy’s Big Bite Burrito is stuffed with eggs, chorizo, potatoes and black beans, wrapped in a cheese quesadilla. Breakfast nachos serve as the perfect pairing for this monster-sized meal.

Trust us: Living in Vegas, we are all too familiar with the all-night partying and oh-so-welcoming hangovers. Food (especially the high calorie, indulgent, carb-y kind) seems to cure this monster time and time again. And sometimes a simple donut or bagel paired with a coffee just won’t cut it.

If you’re ready to chow down, Guy Fieri Vegas Kitchen & Bar’s breakfast menu will have your tastes buds singing hallelujah. We had the pleasure of digging into these HUGE servings. We even got to toast with grapefruit juice shots. Let’s just say this blogger has a new appreciation for her favorite meal of the day.

The French toast seemed more like a cake than anything, and the Pancake Pot Pie (can you imagine?) had a fun surprise in its center: Crunchy shortbread cookies! Mmm mmm! Other highlights? The smoky chipotle salsa (used for the hearty burrito and breakfast nachos) was on point and fresh-brewed Stumptown coffee? Way to represent the Northwest, Guy!

Enough with the chit-chat. Peep these photos, print ’em, fold ’em into your wallet – whatever you decide to do, just make sure it’s on your next Vegas food itinerary. Enjoy! (P.S.: you can make most of these dishes vegetarian-friendly by nixing the meat.  Hooray for us!)

Guy Fieri Vegas Kitchen & Bar is located inside The LINQ Hotel & Casino, next to the main hotel entrance valet.

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I live for a crazy Vegas adventure, but not in ways you may think. Sure, our nightlife scene is all fun and dandy, but I love discovering all of the city's vegan options, relaxing in hotel rooms and seeing the best concerts - no matter how big or small the crowd may be. Since I've ditched the rain in Seattle two decades ago, I graduated from UNLV and covered Las Vegas entertainment articles for Vegas.com, the LA Times and our very own Total Vegas Blog. When I'm not writing, you'll find me spending time with my husband, toddler and two pets.

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4 Responses

  1. Tarah H.

    This sounds delicious. I had just read another review of this restaurant a few days ago, but your review made me REALLY want to go there, AND do everything minus the meat. Fantastic!

  2. Brandi

    More info on where to find the restaurant in the body of text would have been helpful.
    I will check this out. Never knew his restaurant was in Vegas.

  3. Jeannie Garcia

    Hi, Brandi! We apologize for the confusion. This is located inside The Quad (soon to be The LINQ Hotel next month)! Originally, we added a link for readers to go to, which shares the location right there. For our readers’ convenience, we will add it here too. We’re sure you’ll love the food!

  4. Mt wife and I ate breakfast at Guy Fieri’s one morning about 3 weeks ago. While the food was good, the service and cleanliness was horrendous. I should point out we sat on the patio. Upon entering, the hostess and seater had long faces and did not seem to enjoy being there. The server was reasonably cheerful, but lacked attentiveness. We had to ask for our silverware, salt and pepper, and butter. The silverware and butter did eventually make it to the table, but we never did get the salt and pepper. We were seated at the half wall with the small shrubs. Pleasant enough, though there was a broken glass in the shrubs next to our table that looked as though it had been there a couple days. Then there were the birds that landed on the patio floor and one that relieved itself on an empty table. Never saw anyone clean the table while we were there. The next day while walking between Harrah’s and the Quad, I made it a point to see if the broken glass was still in the shrub. It was. Needless to say, we will never eat there again.