As many are aware I feel like Las Vegas is my second home. Unlike most in Vegas, I am an early riser. My habit of getting up early drives Joni nuts. I do prefer getting up early before the crowds hit, especially if you want to go site seeing. If you are going site seeing check out our article on how to find snacks in Las Vegas. With getting up earlier, I have three places I love for breakfast in Las Vegas. Two of the best breakfast in Las Vegas places are off of the strip; one is on the strip.
Off-Strip Breakfast in Las Vegas places
Dupars at Suncoast Casino. Dupars has some of the best pancakes you will ever have. Keep your diet at home. The melted butter is poured onto these pancakes by the spoonful. Dupars is a 24-hour coffee shop, but it is about 20-minute drive off the strip. With this being a 24-hour coffee shop it has everything that you would expect from burgers and fries to french toast. If you are looking for something for that sweet tooth, they always have multiple kinds of pie and donuts at all times of the day. Prices are higher than a standard coffee shop but are a must for my trips. They had several of these located in California and used to be located down on Fremont Street before that location closed.
Mr. Lucky’s at Hard Rock Hotel. Mr. Lucky’s is another coffee shop that seems to have everything. It is a little more expensive, but the portions are worth it. I love the Cornflake Crusted French Toast. Just make sure to bring your sweet tooth as this delightful breakfast in Las Vegas is a fan favorite. Mr. Lucky’s is another 24-hour restaurant that will give you an extensive menu of options
Avenue Cafe at MGM Grand. This place typically ends up being my most expensive breakfast in Las Vegas. Usually, this will be one of my comp meals for food/drink. This place is a favorite for the Fried Brioche French Toast. The French toast usually comes with berries and white chocolate. It is very sweet but my one splurge on the trip and it’s so worth it. If you are a fan of French Toast, this place has to be on your list of places to visit. This meal is more expensive than some of the other breakfast in Las Vegas options. I think you will agree that it is worth the cost once you’ve had a taste with this fantastic treat/splurge.
This again points to the cost of meals being significantly more expensive on the strip. The more you can plan to eat off strip the more affordable of a trip it will be. Check out our article: Las Vegas Fast Food: 5 wonderful places you need to try.