It’s late. You’ve been out drinking. You need something in your stomach to get you home. That’s when you need a place that stays open late to find something good to eat. We’re not talking In-N-Out or Denny’s. We’re talking food you won’t regret in the morning. Here’s our look at the top 5 places to dine late at night. We promise you won’t wake up with a stomachache. Hangover? Maybe.
Society Cafe is located at Encore Las Vegas
Head over to Society Cafe at Encore Las Vegas for some late-night culinary delights. Here find a menu of creative American cuisine including fresh pretzel bread and house-made grainy mustard butter with every meal. Yum. Look for mac ‘n’ cheese bites with truffle dipping sauce and the grilled artichoke with chipotle spiced dip or the bone-in cowboy rib-eye with peppercorn rub and potato and bacon hash, seared ahi tuna with togarashi spice and cucumber shiso salad and grilled jidori chicken breast with Yukon mashed potatoes. Finish your meal off with the restaurant’s coveted warm donut bites.
Allegro is located at Wynn Las Vegas.
The late-night crowds at Wynn Las Vegas favor chef Enzo Febbraro’s classic Italian-American dishes at Allegro. Look for this casual spot to be open daily from 5:30 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Mr. Lucky’s 24/7 is located at the Hard Rock Hotel
Mr. Lucky’s 24/7
Closing time rarely has meaning in a town that operates 24/7. The same goes for Mr. Lucky’s 24/7 at the Hard Rock Hotel. You can find standard diner fare, such as burgers, sandwiches, pizza and breakfast items. And its not-so secret specials, such as the Gambler’s Special (an 8-ounce New York sirloin steak, three jumbo shrimp, salad, garlic mashed potatoes and a roll, all for a lucky $7.77), and the "bone yard specials" starting at $3.95 (served Monday through Thursday from 1 to 5 a.m.) are well worth ordering. Best of all, you can indulge in the a Vegas tradition with Mr. Lucky’s all-you-can-eat prime rib for only $9.99 any day of the week from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Munchbar is located at Caesars Palace
Munchbar features everything from the Munch Breakfast sandwich with an English muffin, fried egg, grilled Canadian bacon with fries and sausage gravy for a late breakfast to a mini Maine lobster roll on a toasted bun with herb mayo. You can even take your meal on the go at the take-out window.
Sugar Factory American Brasserie is located at Paris Las Vegas
Sugar Factory American Brasserie
This 24-hour, 30,000-square-foot space offers both sweet and savory American culinary favorites. Look for everything from breakfast to late-night dishes served around the clock. Benedicts and burgers to savory pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood make the menu. And of course with a place with the name sugar in it, expect to find desserts ranging from waffles, crepes and rocky road pizza.