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Breakfast at caesars.

Started by Wandrag on Monday, 10th March 2014 4:27 pm
Last response by MeltYrselfDown 12th March 3:20pm

I am looking for information from some experienced vegas travellers.

I will be staying for a week at Caesars in Nov and am looking for the best place to have breakfast every morning.
Somewhere close enough to my hotel, where I don't need to book and will always get a table.
Just looking for your average eating establishment with a decent choice at a decent price.

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 Misnomer responded on Monday, 10th March 2014

Within Caesars itself you're probably looking at their coffee shop, Central, or their buffet. Cafe Bellagio, next door at, um, Bellagio, is in my opinion a better coffee shop. You might try Hash House A Go Go at The Quad. Have a great trip!

 vespajet responded on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

Serendipity 3 is also an option, as is Payard Patisserie.

 8splitter responded on Monday, 10th March 2014

Also, Mon Ami Gabi at Paris, breakfast on the outside patio.

responded on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

Theres a place called serendipity 3 right outside caesars.. good breakfast options and the nicest smoothies i have had x

 thecosmicjester responded on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

Average breakfast? You're in Vegas. Live a little.

Payard at your hotel is a very good choice.

What's "close enough" for you? I think Mon Ami Gabi at Paris has a terrific breakfast (and patio dining, all the better to watch the morning edition of Skanks On Parade if you're up early enough), but some may consider it too long a hike from Caesars.

I want to mention MOzen at Mandarin Oriental because it's freaking amazing, but it's not exactly close to your hotel (unless you consider the south side of CityCenter close), and definitely not a decent price ($7 for coffee, yikes!). But if the dice are good to you one night, it may be fun to go have breakfast like the 1% does.

 Drake responded on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

I second Mon Ami Gabi over at Paris for at least one breakfast if it's warm enough to sit outside. Wife and I had tasty omelettes and coffees for about $30 (not including tip). Always smiling service too. I think $30 for two is about the best you'll do anywhere, short of Denny's or McDs.

 kayday responded on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

You could try The Henry at Cosmopolitan. They have a nice menu, and getting a table shouldn't be a problem. (I really, really like their muesli, but I'm weird that way.) Also, you won't be far from Carnegie Deli at the Mirage.

 jinx73 responded on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

Their breakfast hours maybe a bit later due to the Forum shops opening time, but I highly recommend Max Brenner's. It's the type of restaraunt I wish was in one of the casinos as it's a bit different, and offers a solid meal.

 vespajet replied on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

Max Brenner's is closing March 31st.

 vespajet responded on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

Have to concur about breakfast at Mon Ami Gabi. I went there for breakfast for the first time last May and it's good (Previous visits have been either Sunday brunch, lunch or dinner.). You may also not have any sort of wait to sit on the patio either.

 Skywise responded on Tuesday, 11th March 2014

You might also look at Paris' Le Village Buffet which I've always thought had a great breakfast selection.

You're also not too far from Bouchon at the Venetian.

 Hillybean29 responded on Wednesday, 12th March 2014

I second Hash House A GoGo! Their chicken and waffles is on my fave list! I typically visit the one on Sahara but I'm sure they would be the same at The Quad. The Henry is good as well...anything at the Cosmo (besides gaming) is good there.

 MeltYrselfDown responded on Wednesday, 12th March 2014

i'm a huge fan of the pot-o-coffee and simple eggs and toast, or fruit and yogurt and granola, room service breakfast. especially if you have anything resembling a suite and have some sort of boundary between bedroom and hangout space.