Las Vegas is known for its over-the-top hotels, casinos, entertainment, and food. While the famous Vegas strip offers world-class restaurants, the surrounding neighborhoods hold their own, delivering classic, authentic, and fusion cuisines that tantalize all palates that you can add to your list of things to do in Las Vegas.

Here are some of the best breakfast options you will find in Las Vegas. While a few restaurants lie on or near the Vegas strip, many of the best breakfasts in Las Vegas can be found in the greater Vegas area at local neighborhood spots or home-grown breakfast chains with lines out the door. Whatever you are craving for breakfast in Vegas, you’re sure to find it at one of these delicious breakfast eateries.

15 Best Breakfast Restaurants in Las Vegas

Whether you want a continental breakfast, a Mexican-style breakfast, dessert breakfast, or even an Ube-inspired breakfast, you will find your favorite breakfast in Las Vegas at one of these 15 breakfast restaurants in Las Vegas.

Neighbors

Located on the west side of Las Vegas, Neighbors is a modern family café with an extensive breakfast, lunch, and fresh bakery menu. Their take on avocado toast is fresh and delicious, with smashed avocado, a poached farm egg, pickled red onion, feta, cherry tomatoes, and baby arugula on a multigrain toast. 

If you are looking for something heartier, their Kaya French toast is beyond decadent, made with triple milk custard challah, kaya jam, fresh fruit, coconut cream, and topped with orange zest and coconut chips. 

Mr. Mamas Breakfast and Lunch

Founded by a Greek American family man from Detroit, Mr. Mamas Breakfast and Lunch offers a large breakfast and lunch menu with classic American and Greek family recipe dishes. The breakfast menu is simple, including the standard egg, pancake, and continental breakfast classics. 

Egg & I 

Egg & I and its sister restaurant Eggworks collectively have seven locations in and around Las Vegas. Egg & I is a great family breakfast restaurant with a southwestern meets Mexican-inspired menu that includes spicy, savory flavors and traditional Mexican breakfasts with an American twist. 

Their Habla Diablo potatoes are crispy, cumin perfection. A favorite dish at this restaurant is the Bandito Scramble, an egg scramble with chorizo, jalapeños, smoked green chiles, cilantro, and melted Cheddar and Jack cheese.

Truffles N Bacon Cafe

For the pork lovers out there, Truffles N Bacon Café is a must-try and one of the best places to eat in Las Vegas. Their menu is an ode to bacon and pork products which can be found in practically every menu item. Their menu is vast and varied, with delicious, unique dishes that fuse cuisines and have extravagant presentations, pairing well with the decadence of the ingredients.

It’s hard to choose just one menu item that exemplifies Truffles N Bacon’s unique offerings. One upscale offering is called Piggy Goes to LA, which is an avocado toast with prosciutto, poached egg, truffle oil, and balsamic reduction. 

If you like purple food, they have an entire Ube menu like Ube pancakes layered with cream cheese, coconut, Ube jam, and condensed milk drizzle, or strawberry Mochi pancakes with diced bacon in the batter, strawberry glaze, fresh strawberries, and Ube whipped cream. 

Babystacks Cafe

There are six different Babystacks locations in Las Vegas and Henderson, so you know that they’re a crowd-pleaser. Speaking of crowd-pleasers, the most popular menu item-a picture and video of which is front and center on their webpage- is the red velvet pancakes with cream cheese syrup and chocolate crumbles. 

If you’re into dessert-inspired pancakes, they have every kind imaginable, from carrot cake to orange creamsicle. 

Peppermill Restaurant

The Peppermill sits right on the Las Vegas Strip and serves breakfast all hours of the day and night. They know that casino goers lose track of time and are happy to accommodate night-owl breakfast eaters. They aren’t shy on the portions either. 

Their meat and egg-focused menu gives you a whopping three eggs with most orders, and many meat and egg combos contain at least two meats. Try their Crab Cake Bene’s with three crab cakes over poached eggs on a toasted English muffin, drowning in Old Bay hollandaise sauce. 

Makers and Finders 

This hip coffee house, bar, and breakfast joint is located in the Arts District, catering to a young and alternative crowd. If you don’t fall into that category, don’t let that deter you from giving them a try. Their menu offers inventive and delicious meals that fuse cuisines or are clever takes on the classics.

They have an eggs benedict dish called “The Shorty” that comes with espresso braised short ribs, kale, and blistered tomatoes over two poached eggs, smothered in salsa Verde Hollandaise. Yum! 

Not a meat-eater? No problem. Makers and Finders have a whole vegan breakfast menu with everything from breakfast burritos to raspberry chia pudding. If you’re looking for more vegan options, check out our post on the best vegan restaurants in Las Vegas.

PublicUs

PublicUs is a hip, modern coffee house in the heart of downtown Vegas that serves delicious coffee creations to accompany their beautifully presented farm-to-table breakfasts. Their steak and egg plate features a beautiful cut of skirt steak smothered with chimichurri with a perfectly crispy fried egg and beautiful daikon radish garnish, accompanied by a large slice of toasted fresh sourdough bread, herb-roasted new potatoes, and local micro greens with heirloom tomatoes. 

Another mouthwatering display is their Loco Moco, a traditional Hawaiian classic comfort plate made with two farm-raised sunny-side-up eggs, aged prime Angus hamburger patty smothered in brown gravy, and topped with fried onions served with white rice, mac salad, and microgreen salad. You won’t leave hungry.

Black Bear Diner

Black Bear Diner has four locations in Henderson and Las Vegas. Their quirky collection of black bear sculptures and assorted pieces of kitsch lining the walls and every free nook and cranny in the restaurant make for a light-hearted and entertaining atmosphere. 

They hope you’re as hungry as a bear when you place your order because the breakfast plates are gargantuan; for example, try the BIGFOOT Chicken fried steak and eggs platter with a 10 oz breaded beef steak smothered in gravy and served with three eggs and two buttermilk biscuits. 

Griddlecakes

Griddlecakes has three locations in Las Vegas, offering breakfast and lunch from 7 am to 3 pm daily. True to its name, the star of the show is the griddle cakes, of which there are multiple different flavors. The menu is customizable so that you can choose your flavor and topping or combination of griddle cakes with eggs and a meat of your choice.

They also have a list of their own griddle cake creations, which all sound delicious. For example, the Blue Jay is a lemon blueberry griddle cake with a whipped cream and blueberry compote topping. 

The Brass Fork

Located on the west side of Las Vegas Freeway and minutes away from the strip, The Brass Fork is a 24-hour diner with a Las Vegas flair. Their menu runs the Las Vegas gamut from ritzy breakfast items like Prime Rib Hash with sweet and spicy bbq aioli to over-the-top menu items like grilled cheese pancakes with jalapeno cheddar and smoked bacon smothered in maple syrup. 

Copper Whisk Café

Copper Whisk Café is in the Spring Valley neighborhood of central Vegas and offers classic breakfast items such as omelets, pancakes, and locks and bagels. The real showstopper here, though, is the giant cinnamon roll with cream cheese frosting that is the size of two cinnamon rolls and always comes fresh and steaming from the oven. Whatever you do, don’t forget to order one.

Rise and Shine: A Steak and Egg Place

While this family-friendly breakfast restaurant serves French toast, pancakes, and waffles, their specialty is meat and egg combos of all kinds. You can get steak and egg chilaquiles, steak, and eggs benedict, country-fried steak and eggs, steak and egg omelets, the list goes on and on!

They also have a delicious fresh-squeezed juice and smoothie menu. 

Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go is a chain of nine different restaurants, three of them in Las Vegas and Henderson. Their mission is to honor their old-school Midwest farmhouse roots while simultaneously adding a modern twist. 

They use farm-fresh produce, dairy, and meat to create their unique recipes. The most popular menu item is their sage fried chicken and waffles with rosemary and market tomatoes.

Another crowd-pleaser is their plate-sized pancakes with infused flavors and ingredients like snickers, butterscotch almond, and banana brown sugar, in addition to the classic buttermilk. 

Sunny Side Up

Located in Las Vegas’ western neighborhood of Tuscany Hills North, Sunny Side Up is the second location of this Chicago-native breakfast joint with a sizable menu full of classic southern dishes. There are numerous different waffles, pancakes, hashes, crepes, and benedicts. 

They make a unique and delicious sweet potato waffle that is the perfect mix of sweet and savory. You can have it on its own or opt for the sweet potato waffle breakfast sandwich stuffed with avocado, fried egg, and spinach.

Not interested in breakfast anymore? Be sure to check out all of our favorite places to eat in Las Vegas.