The Best Places to Eat a Power Breakfast in Las Vegas

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Mom always said you should start your day off with a complete breakfast. Was she ever right. When you just don’t feel like making breakfast yourself, check out these top five restaurants in Las Vegas that make eating your first meal of the day a real treat.

1 Tableau

Every hotel has a cafe serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, but at Wynn Las Vegas, the term cafe doesn’t do justice to the food within at Tableau. You’ll feel like you’re dining in a private dining room surrounded by gorgeous poolside and garden views. This quiet respite is tucked away in the Wynn’s Tower Suites.
Tableau is located at Wynn Las Vegas, 702.248.3463.

2 Veranda

Create your own doughnuts. Need we say more? Breakfast at Veranda at the Four Seasons Hotel includes tasty dishes. Request one of the outdoor tables overlooking the pool area and you’ll feel like you were whisked away from Vegas. But do insist on making one of your own doughnuts.
Veranda is located at the Four Seasons Hotel, 3960 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702.632.5000.

3 Society Cafe

Society Cafe at Encore Las Vegas was named by Esquire magazine one of the best new restaurants in America in 2009.
Society Cafe is located at Encore Las Vegas, 702.248-3463.

4 Canyon Ranch Grill

We had to include one healthy option on our list. Canyon Ranch Grill at the Palazzo offers up dishes made with organic ingredients including dairy, grains, oils and greens. Stay svelte with dishes such as the frittata del giorno with veggies and cheese at 285 calories or the sweet potato has with natural ham and a poached egg for 230 calories. Even the Caribbean French toast with rum-flavored French toast, banana, pineapple and maple syrup only has 315 calories. Your waistline will thank you.
Canyon Ranch Grill is located at the Palazzo, 702.414.3600.

5 Hash House A Go Go

You imagine that co-founders Craig "Andy" Beardslee, executive chef, and Johnny Rivera grew up on farms in Indiana among Paul Bunyon-types. The portions are massive at the eatery. The pancake takes up an entire plate. Scrambles make you wonder just how many eggs you can cook at once. But the lines waiting to get in let you know that the twisted farm foods within are going to leave you wishing you had brought along a wheelbarrow to cart yourself out. Now the westside favorite has a location at the Imperial Palace and soon at M Resort.
Hash House A Go Go is located at 6800 W Sahara Ave., 702.804.4646
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