This inexpensive casual restaurant offers a delectable breakfast menu with a Mexican twist. Locals and tourists alike rave about fantastic omelets and great blueberry pancakes. Additional options include frittatas, skillet breakfasts, biscuits and gravy, eggs Benedict, waffles, and huevos rancheros. Plus, burgers, sandwiches, and salads are terrific alternatives later in the morning and at midday.
The decor is basic and the locations unassuming, but this chain of sandwich shops has folks returning again and again for scrumptious, hefty lunchtime fare. The secret of its appeal is that the place roasts its own meats, thereby controlling flavor and quality. While cheesesteaks, tuna subs, and meatball selections please, regulars can't get enough of the Bobbie, which unites terrific roasted turkey with cranberry sauce and dressing on a roll. You might have your doubts, but one taste will leave you convinced that it's the best thing since, well, sliced bread.
A fantasy realized for chocoholics, this elegant little shop presents a host of seductive, sinful treats. Gorgeous to behold, they're carefully crafted to be a feast for the eyes as well as for the appetite. Fortunately, nothing's prohibitively expensive, and you can let your tastes wander over pastries, candies, sorbets, cakes, and cookies. Should you require a more balanced diet, Jean-Philippe also offers sandwiches, salads, and crêpes. Adding a note of drama to the place is a fountain of liquid chocolate.
An undulating ceiling fashioned of tropical wood reinforces the clean, modern aesthetic of this celebrity haven. Convenient to the Bellagio casino, FIX serves as a vantage point for foot traffic, and fame-kissed personalities stake out tables in order to check out the action and to partake of terrific food served in the boisterous space. While they absorb the scene, they dine on oysters, sushi, homemade pastas, and grilled steaks. Addictive cocktails include the cucumber martini and the habanero mango margarita.
Charming and especially convenient for hotel guests, this Old World-style bakery brings a little taste of Italy to the desert. It elicits perennial raves for its stellar pastries, which are made even more alluring with the addition of a cappuccino or robust espresso. Enjoy them any time, or stop in for noontime sandwiches or a late-afternoon snack. Beer and wine are available, so you can even have a drink and catch the foot traffic just beyond. Great for take-out too.
Sleek and hip with its leopard-print booths and stylish, young clientele, Mr. Lucky's is a coffee shop with edge. Haunted by trendsetters, it's not just for show – the food's terrific. Burgers and sandwiches are always a good idea, and creamy milk shakes provide the perfect accompaniment. You'll also find comforting chicken soup, wonderful breakfast options, and traditional diner fare. Whether you come with a group or keep an eye out for celebs on your own, the place will be a good-luck charm for both your appetite and your budget.
This sister establishment to The Egg & I is a welcome respite for travelers looking for a break from the Strip. Take a seat in the clean, bright dining area, and the welcoming waitstaff will fill your coffee cup and make you feel right at home. As the restaurant's moniker implies, eggs are the specialty, available in a variety of combinations. Try the Spinach Benny – Canadian bacon, two poached eggs, and spinach on a grilled English muffin with rich hollandaise sauce. Plenty of vegetarian options – as well as crêpes, pancakes, waffles, Cincy chili, and sandwiches – complete the menu.
If you're looking for big plates at small prices, look no further than Omelet House. A visitors' favorite, this breakfast place has a hole-in-the-wall feel yet boasts friendly service great tasting grub. Enjoy any of their giant omelets, of course the spot's specialty. Other "sure things" include steak and eggs, buttermilk pancakes and French toast. Open for breakfast and lunch every day.
A little bit of New York in the middle of Las Vegas, this terrific deli is so genuine that many ingredients are brought in from the Big Apple. A favorite stop-off for celebrities, the deli features a variety of sandwiches named after famous folks. (They can be accompanied by pickled tomatoes, creamy coleslaw, and other New York mainstays.) The eatery is also well-known for the "Stage Torte" – half chocolate mousse, half cheesecake, and all delicious. Other options: bagels, egg creams, burgers, blintzes, and salads.
Ask a local, and you'll hear that Komol is home to some of Las Vegas's best pad thai and spring rolls. Despite the aging storefront and muted interior, the Thai eatery can send the senses into overload with curry and satay dishes – take care, the spicier dishes are VERY spicy. A handful of tofu and vegetarian options is available as well. Pineapple fried rice is a favorite with regulars, who keep coming back for more healthy, tasty fare.