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Heading to Las Vegas for a couples vacation? A Vegas breakfast might not be your first thought with all the amazing restaurants we have for dinner, but why not start your day off right? With a husband who loves breakfast more than lunch or dinner, we’ve become fans of several delicious breakfast spots throughout the Las Vegas valley.
Below you will find a list of our current favorites. And you won’t have to navigate the crowds in a casino, to visit these places, because none are in a casino (well, except #5 which has locations both in and out of casinos).
Here is a list of our current favorites:
1. The Coffee Cup: if you will be taking a day trip out to the Hoover Dam or Lake Mead, we recommend you stop in at the World Famous Coffee Cup in Boulder City, NV on your way. Featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-In, and Dives with their Pork Chili Verde Omelet, this is a small breakfast spot with cheap, but good breakfast food. I’m particularly a fan of the fun decor so no matter where you sit, you’ve got plenty to look at. It’s located on the main street in Boulder City with plenty of shops to stop and visit if you take a walk.
2. Chocolate & Spice Bakery: This bakery might be overlooked for breakfast, but if you want a simple, yet delicious, breakfast, I highly recommend Chocolate & Spice Bakery. Pastry chef, Megan Romano, offers a breakfast menu that changes daily, but rest assured that you’ll be happy with the selections, which could be frittatas, breakfast sandwiches, or even french toast. While this place is nice for couples, it’s always equally wonderful for the morning after a girls-only getaway.
3. Mary’s Hash House: We’ve been to Mary’s Hash House twice while having our car repaired in the nearby area and have been quite happy both times. This Vegas breakfast spot is definitely a hole-in-the-wall, located in a shopping center. They offer homemade mid-Western breakfast fare and if you order coffee, you could get end up with a Santa Claus mug or one with big sunglasses promoting Hollywood. The service is excellent at Hash House and one of my favorite things is the tray of homemade jellies that are brought out for you to use on your toast — everything from watermelon to jalapeno jelly (which you can buy a jar to take home too). Mary’s been featured on The Cooking Channel with her pancakes, plus most recently started on Chopped on Food Network.
4. Peppermill Inn: The retro, neon decor is groovy fun, so if you are wanting breakfast in an iconic Vegas restaurant that’s been seen in movies like Casino, this is the breakfast spot to visit. Portions are huge and the service is good. Open 24 hours a day and everything on the menu is available all the time — even at 7am, you can get pancakes and your significant can get burger. And if you’d like a cocktail with your breakfast, you’ll have lots of great drink options too.
5. Hash House a Go Go: Another place known for their huge portions, this would be your choice if you want something different than usual diner type breakfast food. The last time we were there for breakfast, I had the Andy’s sage fried chicken with fresh spinach, hardwood smoked bacon, market tomato, griddled mozzarella, chipotle cream and scrambled eggs. Where else could I get such a creation? It was a hot mess, definitely not good for me, but it was good. No matter where you stay in Vegas, there isn’t one far away with 4 locations throughout the Las Vegas valley (both casino & non-casino locations). Also featured Food Network’s Rachael’s Vacation and on Man vs Food.
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