Whether you’re ready to start your day in Las Vegas or have carried the previous night’s fun into the morning, there are a wide variety of great restaurants to stop in for breakfast.
The following are five of the top breakfast spots in town:
- Egg Works/Egg & I
These sister restaurants serve an extensive menu of every breakfast favorite imaginable, including a wide selection of omelets and crepes. A variety of skillet breakfasts are available with a layer of seasoned potatoes. Your can include ingredients such as chicken, mushrooms, spinach, bacon and onions. The whole thing is topped with melted cheese and two over-easy eggs. The restaurants are also well known for their moist and delicious banana-nut muffins.
Chef Natalie Young combines classic American comfort dishes with her French culinary background and New Mexican influences to create unique breakfast offerings. She emphasizes fresh, sustainable ingredients when creating dishes like eggs motuleños, prepared with red and green chiles and black beans. The truffled egg sandwich on ciabatta, made with mushrooms and feta, is also popular, and even a simple pancake is delicious.
- Hash House A Go Go
Bring your appetite to Hash House A Go Go because the portions are gigantic. Even if you’re starving, you may want to split a dish with someone else. Billed as "twisted farm food," favored dishes include breakfast scrambles, signature hashes prepared with your choice of ingredients such as salmon or meat loaf, sage fried chicken and waffles, and various versions of Farm Benedicts.
- BabyStacks Cafe
BabyStacks is best known for its pancakes, made from homemade batter and served in a wide variety of decadent options. The red velvet version, topped with fresh whipped cream, chocolate crumbles and cream cheese syrup, is the most popular. From German chocolate to orange creamsicle, you’re sure to find one to satisfy your hunger and sweet tooth. If you prefer something other than pancakes, you’ll find the basics like bacon and eggs, along with more adventurous choices like Lolo Rick’s Adobo Fried Rice, Babystacks’ version of a traditional Filipino dish. It’s made with marinated shredded chicken and rice, and wrapped up in omelet-style eggs.
- MTO Café
MTO Café offers classic dishes with an upscale flair, all MTO – "made to order" with fresh ingredients. Try the MTO Breakfast, with three eggs any style and your choice of a variety of meats and breads, served with mashed potato-stuffed hash browns. The pancakes come in interesting and tasty varieties such as bacon dippers and a vegan carrot/coconut version.