Pancakes are one of those breakfast favorites, a comfort food if you will. And in Vegas, they come in a variety of flavors and variations. Here’s a look at the top five pancakes in Las Vegas.
Nobu Hotel, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S.; (702) 785-6677
Only on the in-room dining menu at Nobu Hotel can you find Nobu Matsuhisa’s gussied-up pancakes with blueberry yuzu soba.
Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., (702) 731-7110
The pancakes at the 500-item Bacchanal Buffet come in red velvet, drizzled with sweet cream cheese and accented with fresh strawberry compote. They are served during breakfast and at brunch on Saturday and Sunday. A standard serving includes three pancakes but guests are welcome to as many as they wish. In addition to the extremely popular red velvet pancakes, the buffet also serves regular pancakes during breakfast and brunch.
Du-Par's Restaurant & Bakery, Golden Gate, 1 Fremont St.; (702) 385-1906
Du-Par's Restaurant & Bakery
Du-Par's serves the "Best Pancakes in America," according to Esquire Magazine. In 1955, Golden Gate founding partner and restaurateur, Tiny Naylor, brought his special brand of home cooking to Las Vegas' landmark hotel and casino. Today, Tiny's son, Biff, serves classic recipes with the same fresh, homemade quality.
M Resort, 12300 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Henderson; (702) 797-1000 The Quad, 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. S.; (702) 254-4646 6800 W. Sahara Ave.; (702) 804-4646
Hash House A Go Go
Hash House is known for their pancakes, which come in Traditional Buttermilk for $6.95, or try one of their flavor combinations for $8.95 including Blueberry Pecan, Brown Sugar Banana, Blackberry Granola, Snickers, Butterscotch Almond, Apple Cinnamon, Mango Coconut, or Strawberry Frosted Flake.
The Maple Tree Cafe, 6000 Spring Mountain Road; (702) 362-5151
The Maple Tree Cafe
Try the red velvet pancakes with cream cheese topping at this diner.