Diana Edelman

The Best Breakfast Spots in Downtown Vegas

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Don’t be fooled by Downtown’s old rap. This part of town is getting seriously gourmet, seriously hip and still maintaining its “local Vegas life” feel. We’ve compiled a list of the best places to enjoy breakfast, the most important meal of the day, in Downtown Las Vegas.

Eat

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“The Breakfast and Lunch Joint” has gained quite the reputation for creative (and delicious) dishes from chef Natalie Young. The chef, whose previous struggle with addiction was the focal point of an inspiring American Express commercial during the Super Bowl, serves up some serious breakfast eats to delight the masses. From 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. daily, diners can nosh on cinnamon biscuits topped with a smattering of warm strawberry compote, golden pancakes, huevos motulenos, chicken fried steak and much more. If 11 a.m. is a little too early for you, don’t worry, eggs are served all day!

707 Carson, 89101. (702) 534-1515 http://eatdtlv.com/

Du-Pars

This California institution has been serving up killer coffee and breakfast for 70 years. The Vegas output is no different. Guests flock to the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino property to sip on the famous coffee and fresh food. Not only is Du-Pars home to the original Vegas shrimp cocktail, it also boats national recognition, including “Best Pancakes in America” from Esquire Magazine, “Best Pie in Las Vegas” from Las Vegas Weekly and even one of the top 24-hour diners in Vegas. Don’t believe the hype? Come in and try the buttermilk pancakes and hand-peeled hash browns.

Golden Gate Hotel & Casino, 1 Fremont Street, 89101. (702) 366-9378 du-pars.com

Rachel’s Kitchen

Banana Chocolate Chip Pancakes at Rachel's Kitchen

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This downtown bistro, housed inside The Ogden, creates lovely morsels of gourmet bites. Perfect for picky-eaters, guests can create their own omelets, as well as chow down on fresh muffins and scones, acai bowls, wraps, juices and more. The must-order menu item? Rachel’s Kitchen is known for its killer french toast dripping with maple syrup.

The Ogden, 150 Las Vegas Blvd. #160, 89101. Las Vegas NV (702) 778-8800 rachelskitchen.com


Hash House A Go Go

The plates here are as big as your face. Seriously. Hash House A Go Go, located inside the Plaza Hotel & Casino, is known for its massive portions, and “twisted farm” food. It consistently receives the “best breakfast in Vegas” accolade, and with good reason. The breakfast menu is epic. It’s got hashes, scrambles, Benedict options galore, plus flapjacks and waffles (hello, sage fried chicken) and more. Be sure to order the spot’s award-winning Bloody Mary. You can thank us later.

Plaza Hotel, 1 South Main Street, 89101. (702) 384-4646 hashhouseagogo.com

MTO Cafe

Vegan Carrot Coconut Pancakes at MTO Cafe

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Want comfort food to start your morning off? MTO is the place to go. With dishes created from Chef/Partner Johnny Church, who has gained notoriety for his food at RM Seafood and Rx Boiler Room, has gone all out here. What do we mean? Well, MTO offers vegan carrot and coconut pancakes with peaches and agave nectar, bacon dipper pancakes with peppercorn maple syrup, heaps of gorgeous egg dishes, a “hangover burger” and even vegan falafel.

500 S. Main Street, 89101. (702) 380-8229 mtocafe.com

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