11 Amazing Places for Breakfast on the Strip

If you’re going to play tourist on the Las Vegas Strip, make it a priority to start the day off with a good meal. You’ll need plenty of energy after all. Yet there’s more to breakfast than room service. Check out these top options for where to enjoy a casino breakfast on the Strip.

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Chow Down At Caesars Palace

1. Pronto by Giada

Pronto By Giada | Caesars

Coffee? Wine? You decide. This casual cafe by celebrity chef Giada de Laurentiis opens bright and early at 7 a.m. with house-made pastries and breakfast sandwiches, including a delicious lobster roll. Wake up with an espresso or hang out with one of 40 wines by the glass. Food is served from a counter with limited seating. Play it safe by making a reservation online.  

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2. Brioche by Guy Savoy

Brioche | Caesars

If you’re on the run, swing by Brioche, a grab-and-go counter for coffee and fresh pastries, all approved by French culinary master Guy Savoy. Enjoy a savory baguette with ham and cheese or a sweet brioche with almonds and candied fruit. This quick-serve restaurant is a great option for those rushing to meet an early morning tour pickup.  

Dine In Style At The Cosmopolitan

3. Eggslut

Eggslut – The Cosmopolitan

Beware of long lines. Eggslut has some of the best breakfast sandwiches on the Strip with a menu that ranges from the Fairfax (with soft scrambled eggs, chives, caramelized onions and cheese with sriracha mayo) to the decadent Gaucho (a combination of eggs, wagyu steak, onions and arugula). The concept started as a food truck in L.A. before expanding to Las Vegas. Only cage-free eggs are used. 

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4. District: Donuts. Sliders. Brew.

District, originally a cult favorite in New Orleans, arrives in Las Vegas as one of six culinary concepts at the Block 16 Urban Food Hall. Donuts are the specialty with more than 100 recipes that rotate in and out of the daily selection. Yet it’s tough to match the decadence of a cinnamon roll flame-torched on the spot. The coffee menu includes espresso, nitro cold brew and Vietnamese iced coffee. 

5. Sadelle’s Cafe at Bellagio

Sadelle’s

Picture a modern New York-style deli near the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, and you’ll understand what Sadelle’s is all about. The restaurant has a large dining room that serves classic favorites like Eggs Benedict, French Toast and matzo ball soup. Sadelle’s Tower is the signature item, taking the lox-and-bagel concept up a new level. Bagels are presented for the table to share with tomatoes, cucumbers, capers and choice of fish, ranging from smoked salmon to tuna salad. If you want to book a room at the Bellagio, check out our guide for hotels on the Strip.

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6. Salt & Ivy at ARIA

Salt & Ivy – ARIA

This stylish cafe specializes in breakfast on the Strip and lunch with a wide variety of dishes. Go healthy with a blueberry acai parfait and a Green Machine vegetable juice or indulge yourself with the German-style Dutch Baby pancake, Breakfast Nachos and The Orchard (a whiskey cocktail with pear cider and muddled green apples). When the weather is mild, request a table on the patio overlooking the Aria pool deck. 

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7. Primrose at Park MGM

Primrose operates from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily (although it returns for a sunset happy hour on weekends with small bites on the patio 4-8 p.m.) Classic brunch items are well represented, but it’s hard to resist the Mediterranean plate of avocado, tomatoes and cucumbers with yogurt and feta cheese sprinkled on top. After you fuel up for the day, check out our recommendations for Las Vegas Strip attractions.

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8. Sun’s Out, Buns Out at Resorts World

The newest resort on the Strip has an intriguing restaurant portfolio and Sun’s Out, Bun’s Out is the top choice for breakfast, serving egg dishes all day, every day. (In a fun touch, the chairs are modeled in the shape of cracked eggs.) Top bites include the sausage, egg and cheese sandwich and an egg-drenched short rib poutine. Donuts are also available. 

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Break Bread At Mandalay Bay

9. Citizens Kitchen & Bar

Citizens – Mandalay Bay

This Mandalay Bay staple is known for its late-night hours, but also opens early at 7 a.m. for breakfast. The breakfast menu is fairly traditional, but don’t overlook the Crab Cake Benedict, a spicy Breakfast Burrito or Citizens Pancakes topped with fruit and/or chocolate chips. 

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10. Rí Rá Irish Pub

The authentic Irish pub opens bright and early for a European-style breakfast, featuring classics like bangers (sausage) or rashers (bacon) and Jameson whiskey splashed on steel-cut oatmeal. The Kilcullen Omelette is stuffed with corned beef. Rí Rá has at least four different bars or rooms with decor imported from Ireland. Look for it inside the Shoppes at Mandalay Place. 

11. Tableau at Wynn

Tableau – Wynn

As far as breakfast and brunch restaurants go, Tableau is one of the most sophisticated in Vegas with an elegant dining room and patio overlooking the pool. Try the Spanish Omelette, made with chorizo and guacamole, or the sticky sweet lemon ricotta pancakes. As with all restaurants at the Wynn, there are a few worthy plant-based options available. The egg-free Vegan Omelette is a great example with a tomato puree and ricotta substitute blended together with potatoes and onions. 

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Eat Beyond Breakfast On The Strip

Breakfast is just one meal to plan for during a Las Vegas getaway. Plan for lunch on the Strip at some of the best Las Vegas restaurants.


Frequently Asked Questions About Breakfast on the Strip

What’s the best breakfast deal on the Strip?

Ellis Island has breakfast 24 hours a day, with mimosas and affordable menu options. They also have an excellent brunch menu, much like other brunch places on the Strip.

Who has the best breakfast buffet on the Strip?

Bacchanal Buffet inside Caesars Palace is a popular choice, and The Buffet at Wynn is a Vegas Strip classic.

Where can I eat cheap breakfast on the Strip?

There are several places to find cheap food on the Strip 24 hours a day, and sports bars like Blondie’s inside Miracle Mile shops guarantee cheap AM eats.

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