Las Vegas is notorious for late nights, and even later mornings. We thought it would be helpful to construct a breakdown of sit-down restaurants offering all day breakfast in Las Vegas, both on the Strip and Fremont Street for those that have overslept traditional offerings.
Yes, there are plenty of spots to find that omelet, steak & eggs, or breakfast platter in Vegas, no matter what time of the day it is.
For each all day breakfast option below, I’ll be sure to link to the restaurant so you can easily compare menus.
In addition to these all day breakfast restaurant options, we’ve also created a guide for finding brunch in Las Vegas, which is commonly served into the early afternoon.
Related: Pastries on the Strip – Grab & Go breakfast.
All Day Breakfast on The Strip
Seabreeze Cafe at Mandalay Bay: Enjoy breakfast classics like a breakfast burrito, eggs benedict, chicken & waffle sandwich, pancakes, omelets, and French toast all day long, with most items costing around $20 or less.
Hash House a Go Go at LINQ: Breakfast items are served all day long at Hash House as part of their brunch menu which is offered until mid-afternoon during the week, and until 10 pm on Friday and Saturday. Personally, I really enjoy their farmhouse egg scramblers (pictured below).
Hash House is also one of the more popular spots to snag chicken and waffles in Vegas.
Cafe Hollywood at Planet Hollywood: Boasting that they serve “Eggs all day” Cafe Hollywood serves breakfast items morning, afternoon, and even late night. Items that can be had in the evening include eggs any style, steak & eggs, and a selection of scrambles.
Cafe Americano at Caesars Palace: While their traditional breakfast menu isn’t offered all day, select breakfast items are offered all day and night as part of their all day brunch. Options include buttermilk pancakes, steak & eggs, a breakfast sandwich, and an all-American breakfast.
America at New York New York: America is open 24-hours and serves an all day (and night) breakfast menu that includes an impressive selection of eggs, omelets, steak & eggs, pancakes, and waffles at a price point of about $15 and under.
The Henry at Cosmopolitan: Offering unique hours, The Henry opens for business daily at either 10 pm or 11 pm depending on the day and stays open until 2 pm the following day. Breakfast items are served during that entire timeframe including late night. Late night breakfast items offered include a breakfast burrito, buttermilk pancakes, steak & eggs, french toast, and their signature short rib benedict.
Canyon Ranch Grill at Venetian: Breakfast is served all day at Canyon Ranch Grill. Entree options range from eggs any style to omelets, French toast, and Pancakes. The average cost for an entree hovers in the $20 range.
The Pantry at Mirage: Items on the all day breakfast menu include eggs benedict, a breakfast sandwich, a breakfast burrito, chicken and waffles, pancakes, waffles, and huevos rancheros. Most items land in the $20 range. A cheaper breakfast meal option for kids is even on the menu.
The Coffee Shop at TI: Dine indoors or out at The Coffee Shop, where breakfast items are served all day, most costing under $20.
Peppermill: A stand-alone restaurant, Peppermill can be found across the street from Resorts World on the north end of the Strip. Offering a 24-hour breakfast menu, you can indulge on pancakes, waffles, French toast, and eggs anytime the urge hits. A popular spot, expect to wait to be seated, or try to visit during non-peak times.
STRAT Cafe at STRAT: Breakfast items are offered late into the night at the STRAT Cafe, with selections like steak & eggs, pancakes, omelets, and a full house breakfast on the menu at all hours of operation.
Denny’s (Multiple Locations): With locations at both Casino Royale and just north of MGM Grand, Denny’s is a known quantity albeit unexciting, serving an affordable breakfast all day long.
All Day Breakfast on Fremont Street
Magnolia’s Veranda at 4 Queens: Ranking as one of my favorite places to eat cheap in downtown Las Vegas, Magnolia’s Veranda serves a wide assortment of breakfast fare all day long. My go-to meal recently has been the New York Steak & Eggs which isn’t fancy or upscale, but satisfying.
Binion’s Cafe at Binion’s: Another budget-friendly option downtown is Binion’s Cafe, which serves a selection of breakfast items all day. Notable selections include their ham steak & eggs, country biscuits & gravy, pancakes, and more. Most breakfast items are under $15, and some are even sub-$10.
Hash House a Go GO at Plaza: Like HHAGG’s location on the Strip, Plaza’s version serves brunch into the evening on Friday and Saturday.
Siegel’s 1941 at El Cortez: All day breakfast is offered at Siegel’s 1941 on their “All Day Menu”. Items offered include buttermilk pancakes, waffles, breakfast sandwiches, an omelet, and NY steak and eggs. Most breakfast entrees land in the $10-$20 range.
CJ at Golden Nugget: Offered all day, items on CJ’s breakfast menu include a selection of omelets, scramblers, breakfast sandwiches, waffles, pancakes, and an American breakfast.
Denny’s: Like the locations on the Strip, Denny’s in Neonopolis serves an all day breakfast menu that doubles as being an inexpensive option.
Saginaw’s at Circa: Open 24 hours/day, Saginaw’s serves a collection of breakfast sandwiches, steak & eggs burritos, and omelettes around the clock. Prices for all-day breakfast items land in the $20 range.
Hopefully, I was able to help you find a restaurant that serves all day breakfast in Las Vegas that fits your needs and itinerary. Keep in mind too, that many Las Vegas buffets serve brunch into the early afternoon as well.
Lastly, if you’re not picky, there are numerous fast-food restaurants in Las Vegas, both on the Strip and Downtown like McDonald’s that serve breakfast beyond the morning hours.
See Also: Cheap places to eat on the Las Vegas Strip – Broken down by resort.
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.