The Best Breakfast in Las Vegas

Great food can make any trip even better. Whether you’re a simple breakfast person, up for trying something new, or a breakfast for dinner type, there’s something for everyone’s breakfast wants in Vegas. 

As the saying goes, what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. So, go ahead and eat breakfast for every meal if that’s your preference. One thing is for sure; you can’t (or, at least, you shouldn’t) do Vegas on an empty stomach. Don’t wait until the last day of your trip to discover the best breakfasts in Las Vegas to jumpstart your day. 

Whether you’re looking for the best breakfast near you, or just a good breakfast near you on the Las Vegas strip (or off of it), we have you covered!

1. Rise and Shine

Scrambled eggs in cast iron skillet and another cast iron skillet with cooked bacon

Let the bright sunshine-yellow paint of the Rise and Shine restaurant inspire you to try out the “steak & egg place” of Las Vegas. The extensive menu includes everything from the expected steak and eggs, traditional breakfast dishes, southern classics like chicken and waffles, and Mexican classics like chilaquiles and breakfast burritos. For those trying to eat light, they offer a build-your-own breakfast parfait.

Two Locations:                               

Summerlin West                              

9827 West Flamingo Road

Las Vegas, NV 89147       



Southern Highlands                              

10690 Southern Highlands Parkway                             

Las Vegas, NV 89141                         




Open daily 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

2. The Bagel Café

Pastry case in bakery

Enjoy freshly baked bagels at The Bagel Café with one of their ten spreads (whipped fresh daily) for a simple breakfast to go or to sit down and enjoy. If you’re feeling more exotic, The Bagel Café also offers Jewish delicacies such as homemade blintzes, a bagel and lox platter, and a smoked fish platter with your choice of bagel and cream cheese.

The Bagel Café also serves potato pancakes all day. Be wary of the bakery on your way out, or you may never leave, considering bagels aren’t the only mouthwatering treat made fresh daily. The bakery makes cookies, cakes, cheesecakes, baklavas, babkas, and more.

Two Locations:


301 North Buffalo Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89129                                 



The South Point                                          

9777 South Las Vegas Boulevard

Las Vegas, NV 89123        




See website for hours                                                                     

3. The Henry (On the strip)

French Toast with blackberries, cut strawberries, and bluberries with powdered sugar and maple syrup

The Henry could be the best breakfast in Las Vegas on the strip if you desire upscale dining. The Henry serves all the breakfast classics you’d expect, as well as their signature short rib eggs benedict, smoked salmon with avocado toast, Henry’s big brioche French toast, and made-to-order beignets with fresh lemon curd. 

With breakfast served until closing and a lunch menu of sandwiches, salads, soups, burgers, and appetizers – they’re one of the best breakfast places in Las Vegas for an upscale brunch.


Level 1, Boulevard Tower  

3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South

Las Vegas, NV 89109




Monday thru Wednesday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Thursday thru Sunday 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

4. Eggslut (on the strip)

Hands holding breakfast sandwich with eggs, cheese, and bacon

It wouldn’t be “sin city” without some “slutty” eggs. The Eggslut is a little egg-based sandwich shop that serves up mouthwatering breakfast sandwiches at a reasonable price. Be sure to get an order of their truffle hash browns and try their specialty sandwich, “the slut.” They also serve burgers and salads at lunchtime.


Level 2, Boulevard Tower                       

3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South

Las Vegas, NV 89109           




Monday thru Friday 7 a.m.- 2 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday 7 a.m.- 3 p.m.

5. The Buffet at The Bellagio

Food on table with hand holding fork

The breakfast buffet at the Bellagio is known for being the best breakfast buffet in Las Vegas. With live-action cooking stations, a drink package, and a wide selection of breakfast favorites, get ready to eat to your heart’s content. It’s a little more pricey than some other breakfast spots, but it’s a delicious and classy experience and well worth the visit.


3600 Las Vegas Blvd S    

Las Vegas, NV 89109




Monday thru Sunday 8 a.m.– 3 p.m.

6. Truth & Tonic at The Venetian (Vegan-friendly)

Toast with sliced banana, strawberries and maple syrup

For an all-vegan eatery on the strip, try Truth & Tonic. The coconut milk French toast is great for the sweet breakfast eater or the “egg” and chorizo breakfast burrito for the more daring. Be sure to get a piece of their signature coffee cake or the canyon ranch banana bread to go. Serving breakfast and lunch specials, this is the ideal place for a vegan brunch.


The Venetian Level 4              

3355 Las Vegas Blvd

South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 




Wednesday thru Sunday 7 a.m.– 2 p.m.             

7. Makers and Finders Coffee

Makers and Finders Las Vegas

While finding the best breakfast places in Las Vegas is crucial to the ideal trip, a great cup of coffee is just as important. Makers and Finders are known for their beverages – particularly their coffee. You can get coffee brewed any way you like, such as a sweet and delicious latte or their special deconstructed CBD latte.

Makers and Finders Coffee is a must because they also serve great Latin-inspired breakfast and lunch foods and a wide selection of beer, wine, and cocktails (including five flavors of mimosas!).

Four Locations:                                    

Arts District                                            

1120 S. Main St Ste 110     

Las Vegas, NV 89104


Downtown Summerlin                          

2120 Festival Plaza Dr Unit 140

Las Vegas, NV 89135                          


Area 15                                                         

3215 S Rancho Dr

Las Vegas, NV 89102                                 


Take It Easy Roasters                            

3540 S Wynn Rd

Las Vegas, NV 89103  



See website for offerings and hours      

8. Stacks and Yolks

French Toast with butter and orange juice

Known for being one of the best breakfast places in Las Vegas, Stacks and Yolks is the place for people who love pancakes and eggs. With 14 pancake batter flavors and 10+ different toppings to choose from, you can customize your stack or pick from one of their signature stacks. 

Signature pancake stacks include “The Elvis” (peanut butter pancakes with chocolate chips and whipped cream), the “Always November” (pumpkin pancakes with whipped cream cheese, whipped cream, and cinnamon), and more.

You can also build-your-own omelets, enjoy eight different skillets served with eggs, try their eggs benedict, or get a breakfast burrito to-go. They also serve churro waffles, chicken and waffles, and deep-fried french toast for the more daring diners.

Three Locations: 

2375 Via Inspirada                                        

Henderson, NV 89044



7150 S Durango Dr. Ste 140

Las Vegas, NV 89113



3200 N Jones Blvd                                        

Las Vegas, NV 89108




Open daily 7 a.m.- 3 p.m.

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9. Tom’s Urban

pancake with butter on plate

While you wouldn’t think that a sports bar would be the best place for breakfast in Las Vegas, Tom’s Urban very well may be. They’re open all day, with breakfast available until 11 am. Between the crispy chicken and cornbread pancake, the salted caramel skillet french toast, or the house-made “Urban Pop-tart,” Tom’s Urban is a unique breakfast experience you must try while in town.


3790 S Las Vegas Blvd                                

Las Vegas, NV 89109




Sunday thru Thursday 8 a.m.- 12 a.m.

Friday & Saturday 8 a.m.- 2 a.m.

10. Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery

Stack of Du-Pars pancakes with syrup being poured onto them

When it comes to the best breakfast in Las Vegas, that may depend on your taste. However, the website Esquire Magazine dubbed the pancakes at Du-Par’s “the best pancakes in the U.S.” Considering the success of their bakery, it’s definitely worth a try. You may want to pick up a fresh-baked pie (or two) on your way out.


Suncoast Hotel & Casino                             

9090 Alta Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89145




Open 24 hours                              

11. Café Americano

Breakfast Sandwich at Cafe Americano in las Vegas

The Cafe Americano serves “good morning cocktails,” carrot cake french toast, and truffle mozzarella frittatas. This cafe is another one of the best breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas to have brunch with many unique offerings (or an early breakfast with a mimosa – no judgment). Also, be sure to try the carne asada fries off their late-night menu (11 pm – 6 am) if you’re in the area (YUM!).

Two Locations:                    

Caesars Palace                                         

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, Nv 89109


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Paris Hotel                                                 

3655 Las Vegas

Boulevard South                       

Las Vegas, NV 89109


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Open 24 hours                                                          

12. MTO Café

mto cafe

The MTO Café is known for having all the foods you’re craving (especially if you’re still a little tipsy from the night before). Chicken and waffles, breakfast burritos, breakfast sandwiches, avocado toast, and omelets are all on the menu. Plus, they have specialty dishes you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere, such as their plant-based coconut carrot pancakes, red velvet waffles, or the hearty steak benedict. 

Two Locations:           

500 S Main St #150                                    

Las Vegas, NV 89101




10970 Rosemary Park Dr #100

Las Vegas, NV 89135 




See website for hours

13. Mon Ami Gabi

Mon Abi Gabi Las Vegas

Mon Ami Gabi offers French cuisine brunch specialties such as the smoked salmon platter, the skinny crêpe du jour, the chocolate hazelnut Nutella waffles, and breakfast cocktails best places to eat breakfast in Las Vegas for brunch. Especially considering it’s right inside a casino.


Paris Hotel and Casino                                   

3655 S Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89109   




Breakfast is served 7 am to 11 am

Sunday thru Thursday 7 a.m.– 10 p.m.

Friday & Saturday 7 a.m.– 11 p.m.   


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14. Born and Raised

Born and Raised Las Vegas

Born and Raised is a 24/7 bar that serves bar bites, sliders, and unique breakfast items you can only get in Vegas at reasonable prices. Don’t miss out on the Aloha breakfast sliders, the hangover burrito, the fried chicken and donut sandwich, or the Hendertucky toast (Fruity Pebble coated french toast with whipped cream, strawberries, and blueberries) during your trip.


Bar LV                                                            

7260 S Cimarron Rd

Las Vegas, NV 89113




Open 24 hours        

15. Copper Whisk Café

spinach omlette

The giant Copper Whisk Cinnamon Roll is truly drool-worthy and gives one an image of Homer Simpson lusting after pastries. With breakfast classics served daily, lunch/dinner options, good portions, and reasonable prices, this is the best cheap breakfast in Las Vegas.


The Orleans Hotel and Casino                            

4500 West Tropicana Avenue

Las Vegas, NV 89183 




Monday thru Wednesday 6 a.m.– 3 p.m.

Thursday & Sunday 6 a.m.– 10 p.m.

Friday & Saturday 6 a.m.– 11 p.m.


Whether you’re in Las Vegas for business or pleasure, you’re not going to want to miss out on any of the best breakfast places in Las Vegas. Considering that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it could only be beneficial to have your plan in place for the week to savor all the tasty treats.


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