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Breakfast of Champions: Best Late Breakfasts in Vegas (So You Can Sleep In)

September 2, 2014
Written by: Yasha Wallin
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Las Vegas is synonymous with nightlife: having a delicious dinner, seeing an incredible show, then rolling the dice until the glittering stars over the Strip melt into the sunrise of a new day. No one is begging for an early alarm after such fun. That’s why we’ve rounded up a list of awesome spots serving breakfast late—or all day—so you can get your beauty sleep and enjoy those pancakes or eggs anytime you desire.

Hash House A Go Go

Open 24 hours, the Hash House A Go Go, located inside of The Quad Resort & Casino on the strip, offers a place to chow down at any hour of your Las Vegas adventure. Everyone raves about the huge portions and affordable prices. Delicious items such as brown sugar banana pancakes, corn beef hash, and sage fried chicken benedict await you at the Hash House.

Menu Highlights: Chicken and waffles, fried green tomatoes

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The Peppermill Restaurant and Lounge

The Peppermill is quintessential Vegas. Located a bit off the strip, but with ample parking, this is a must-visit spot. Opened in 1972, it hasn’t had an update since, which adds to its charm. Feel like you are in Old Vegas, surrounded by a buzzy, packed room, which is great for people watching, complete with very attractive servers. Portions are huge, and the breakfast options are plentiful. It’s always crowded so be prepared for a potential wait.

Menu Highlights: Eggs Benedict, Corned Beef Hash, one of the many omelets, and the huge Bloody Marys

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Eat

Located downtown, Eat is a local breakfast favorite. Serving eggs all day, as well as specialties like chilaquiles with jalapeño mango sausage, and shrimp and grits, this restaurant has something for adventurous eaters as well as your picky friend (two eggs, any style). Warning: Eat does not serve alcohol, so be prepared to treat your hangover with more liquor elsewhere.

Menu Highlights: The pancakes, the coffee, the amazing deviled eggs

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