31 Best Breakfast in Las Vegas (Full Anti Mainstream) October 1, 2018July 31, 2018 by Bram Best Breakfast in Las Vegas – Las Vegas conjures up the image of a neon desert paradise full of slots, cards, hotels, and possibility. And, it is all of those things, but there is also a pretty decent food scene here too, believe it or not. Just expect the food here to be fast, if you want it cheap (nothing wrong with that)! Now, we know you’re probably looking to save as much as you can, so you’re able to spend more on a spot of gambling. So, that’s one of the reasons we’ve come up with this guide to wonderful restaurants and eateries you can visit on a budget. 1. Cafe Bottega, 255 E Flamingo Road, Las Vegas mylasveagsentertainment.com This cafe is the perfect place to help kick start your day in the casino. You have an array of excellent pastries and bread to choose from, not to mention some excellent coffee as well. The coffee cake and a large filter coffee are the perfect decadent breakfast, and one you should treat yourself to! 2. Mary’s Hash House, 2605 S Decatur Boulevard, Las Vegas travelgumbo.com Has House is one of those places that will keep you coming back for more time and again. There are a lot of different dishes on offer here, and the price is really low as well. The Monte Cristo sandwich is an excellent choice if you’re in there for lunch, and the brisket hash is pretty awesome as well! 3. Aloha Specialties Restaurant, 12 East Ogden Avenue, Las Vegas postmates.com An incredible Hawaiian-Polynesian restaurant, specialising in exactly the sort of cuisine enjoyed by islanders. It’s a trendy, smart establishment that is perfect for kids and families, and the food is wonderful. You get good portion sizes, and the combo plates are a personal favourite of mine. 4. Paris Baguette, 3377 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas tablecoversation.com Okay, so Vegas can’t bring Paris to you, but it can do the next best thing. This wonderful cafe is tucked away in Mark’s Square and provides some of the best breakfast options in the city. Their menu is enough to make the taste buds salivate; have one of the smoothie bowls, you’ll thank me later. 5. Nordstrom Marketplace Cafe, Las Vegas Boulevard yelp.com When you’re facing off with a day of shopping in the malls, you need to take a break. And, there’s no better place to take a lunch break than the Nordstrom Marketplace Cafe. There are plenty of different dishes you could order here, but I would suggest you go for the tomato and basil soup. It’s cheap ($4.95), hot, and tasty, and just what you need after a few hours in the mall! 6. Fuddruckers, 4500 W Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas yelp.ca Fuddruckers is an excellent late-night joint, and one you can visit to make your money go a little further. The buffalo burgers are incredible, but, fair warning, they might ruin all other burgers for you! Whether you’re coming here for breakfast, or a later meal, there is plenty to choose from within your budget. 7. Buffalo Wild Wings, 3663 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas postmates.com Wings, wings, wings! We all love wings, right? Well, they have amazing wings and a good selection of beer to wash them down with. The best thing is you can customise your own wings and get precisely the sauce you want – ideal for those who don’t like it too hot. 8. Pop Up Pizza, 1 S Main Street, Las Vegas lasvegasweekly.com Yes, it’s another pizza place, so sue me, okay? This joint does delicious pizza slices for a very reasonable price. It’s a smart, funky establishment, and will be popular with the kids, should you choose to take the family there. Slices come in at around $3.50, with whole pizzas available from around $15 – perfect. 9. Vickie’s Diner, 1700 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas modtraveler.net Vickie’s is one of those classic American diners that you see in the movies. It has attentive staff, hearty, delicious food, and incredible value. Their menu is perfect, and there is plenty of seating inside as well. Situated close to Downtown Las Vegas, this is the perfect place to visit for an authentic American mealtime experience. 10. Viva Las Arepas, 1616 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas vegas.eater.com This amazing, authentic Venezuelan place is literally just a tiny pop up, and a total hidden gem. Don’t be fooled by its underwhelming appearance, the food is exquisite, cheap, and there’s lots of it too. Try the shredded beef (add cheese, obviously) for $6.00, it will be the best $6 you spend on your trip. 11. Salvadoreno Restaurante, 720 N Main Street, Las Vegas sfreporter.com Salvadoreno has been serving the city of Las Vegas since 1987 and remains a firm favourite among the locals here. They are delicious and incredibly cheap (only around $1.75 – $2). It’s a place I discovered entirely by mistake, but will certainly be going back again. 12. Francesco’s Pizzeria, 3300 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas vegas.eater.com Another excellent pizza parlour in the city for enjoying some delicious pizza slices. This place is perfect to visit if you’re hungry and is an ideal lunch stop during a day out. You can get a slice with one topping for around $5, so it’s perfect for a swift budget lunch before getting back to your day. 13. Phat Phrank’s Mexican Food, 4850 W Sunset Road, Las Vegas lasvegas.net This smart and modern restaurant is a wonderful choice if you fancy some Mexican for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The food is excellent for the price you pay, and they have a good range of stuff to choose from. The seating area is small, so it’s not ideal for a sit-down meal, but perfect if you want to grab something tasty and be on your way. 14. Jaburritos, 3545 S Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas vegas.eater.com As concepts go, sushi burritos have got to be a stroke of genius. It might sound weird at first, but trust me, you NEED to try these out. The food is delicious and pretty unique, and that’s one of the things I love about it. It’s affordable cuisine, and perfect if you want to have lunch or dinner with a bit of a difference. 15. In-N-Out Burger, 2900 W Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas bonappetit.com Who says chains can’t provide you with delicious, good value food. Hamburgers are one of the cornerstone’s of the American diet, and these are particularly good in that respect. In-N-Out Burger is one of the best fast food burger. Have the cheeseburger, it’s a classic, and wash it down with a strawberry milkshake. 16. Feast Buffet, Boulder Station Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas boulderstation.sclv.com Check out this place and the buffet deals they are offering. You’ll have to be playing at the casino to be able to take advantage of this, but it’s actually well worth it. Breakfast costs just $6.99, while lunch will set you back $7.49, and dinner $8.99 – $10.99. This ranks among the cheapest buffet options in Vegas and is a great way of filling up to get your money’s worth. 17. Monta Noodle House, 5030 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas afar.com Monta Noodle House provides huge helpings of amazing oriental cuisine at budget prices, and this makes it a must for anyone wanting Japanese food in Vegas. The place is small, and there’s usually a line, but trust me, it’s well worth the wait. 18. Evel Pie, 508 Fremont Street, Las Vegas vegansbaby.com This place is hugely popular among the locals, not least because they offer excellent value and delicious food. It’s one of the more basic pizza joints in the city, and you’ll be unlikely to get a seat unless you get there early as it’s very small. However, it is well worth a visit anyway, and you can get a slice of delicious pizza, and a beer for around $5. 19. Fat Tuesday, 3663 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas flickr.com Fat Tuesday is the perfect place to visit with a group of friends. They do the basic sorts of food, like burgers, which are tasty and good value for money. However, the main reason to go here is for the daiquiris. The slushie cocktails are particularly good – they are tasty, cheap, and will set you up for the night ahead! 20. Greenberg’s Deli, 379 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas grubstreet.com If you’re looking for somewhere that allows you to pick up some lovely (huge) lunch on the move, this deli is definitely the place for you. The corned beef is one of the most popular choices here, and I can validate that popularity. The food is cheap, delicious and just the right amount to keep you going until dinner time. 21. Earl of Sandwich, 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas earthtory.com As you might have gathered from the title, this place is a sandwich establishment. The proclaim themselves the makers of the world’s greatest hot sandwich. Now, I’m not sure if I 100% would agree with that, but these bank balance friendly sandwiches are certainly excellent, not to mention being incredibly cheap as well. 22. Ellis Island BBQ, 4178 Koval Lane, Las Vegas pinterest.com Ellis Island BBQ is a must-stop dinner joint in the city and has some of the finest BBQ food I’ve ever tried. The ribs are literally to die for, and the steak is succulent and tender as well. The best thing about this place is the value for money – you can get a steak dinner for under $10, perfect if you’re dining on a budget. 23. Coronado Cafe, 9777 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas southpointcasino.com This wonderful cafe is the perfect place to deal with those late-night hunger pains – they are open 24-hours. There is a huge variety of stuff on offer, such as short stack buttermilk pancakes for $5.45 if you want breakfast. There is a delicious turkey wrap for $9.95 that would be perfect for lunch. But, the real bargains start with the late night dining where you can get a cheeseburger and fries for under $4.00! 24. China Poblano, 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas eatinglv.com Fancy a combination of Mexican and Chinese?! If so, head here, and check out the cheap tacos they sell. Bypass the more expensive dishes and go for the delicious and unique tacos. Personally, I went for the beef tongue with salsa for $6.00, but there is also a delicious chicken and chorizo one available for around $5.50. 25. Luke’s Lobster, Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas miami.eater.com Luke’s Lobster may not, at a glance, seem like the sort of place you can get cheap food, but it’s about what you choose. This lovely seafood place can be found in Fashion Show Mall, so it’s the ideal place to visit while you’re taking a break from a little retail therapy. The shrimp roll, for $10, is a personal favourite, and one of their signature dishes. 26. Breakfast & Grill Cafe, 4550 S Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas enguide.com This excellent establishment has tasty food at budget prices – it’s popular with the students! You can get a hamburger for $3.99 and a breakfast burrito for less than $5.00! It also has a great location, so you can pop in easily and still manage to get anywhere in the city you need to afterwards. 27. Tacos el Gordo, 1724 E Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas timeoutcom To be honest, these guys had me at tacos, and what tacos they are! This place is open late, which makes it the ideal dinner joint, especially if you need to soak up some of the party juice you’ve had earlier. The tacos are, in my humble opinion, the best in the whole of Vegas! Sure, they may only offer pork or beef options, but they’re so good that it scarcely matters! 28. Blaze Pizza, 6211 N Decatur Boulevard, Las Vegas happycow.net his is the ideal place to come if you’re a fan of pizza (and who isn’t, right?). The pizza is prepared quickly and tastes delicious, and the value for money is just ridiculous as well. Thin crust, made to order pizza for under $8 is something you simply can’t pass up. It’s perfect if you’re looking for a cheap and quick way of enjoying a tasty dinner this is perfect. 29. Badger Cafe, 1801 East Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas yelp.com This seems as good a place as any to kick off our list because it’s the perfect budget joint to visit. This cafe is the ideal spot for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and they have the menu to allow it as well. Check out the New York Strip steak for just $10, or the chicken quesadilla for around under $6; a veritable bargain! 30. Shake Shack Burger, Las Vegas eater.com This burger might be the best cheap burger in Las Vegas. Located at the Park Las Vegas this is just right for a meal before or after a game at the T-Mobile Arena. The burger is great but try their chicken sandwich and you will be forced to find a new favorite burger spot. The chicken sandwich at Shake Shack might be better than the burger. 31. The Forum Food Court at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas latimes.com Pizza from Di Fara, burgers from Smashburger and sandwiches from Earl of Sandwiches are just the tip of the iceberg at this beauty of a food court inside Caesars Palace. Seafood, ramen, Mexican food and options for a quick breakfast are plenty of reasons why you would choose this spot for a meal. The best reason is that compared to other places to eat at Caesars Palace Las Vegas the prices here are spectacular. You can actually have a cheap meal at this luxury resort. The food court is conveniently located near the sports book so you can actually have a quality meal while watching your favorite teams on the giant screens. And now decision in your hand guys, of course you can’t wait to visit Las Vegas, aren’t you? See you there!