Best All-Day Breakfast Spots in Las Vegas [Strip & Downtown]


Whether you’re craving breakfast at 10 in the morning, 6 in the afternoon, or after midnight, there’s an all-day breakfast spot open in Las Vegas. To qualify as an all-day breakfast spot, a restaurant has to offer breakfast 24 hours a day. There are only a handful of these restaurants in all of Las Vegas.

These are the best spots to get breakfast all day in Las Vegas:

  • Peppermill
  • Village Pub & Cafe
  • Siegel’s 1941
  • Claim Jumper Restaurants
  • Saginaw’s Delicatessen
  • Grand Lux Cafe
  • The Kitchen at Commons Club
  • The Brass Fork
  • Cafe Americano
  • Patisserie
  • Denny’s

In the past, there were more restaurants in Las Vegas that offered all-day breakfast. However, many have recently cut back their hours. So, to verify that these restaurants still offer all-day breakfast, I grabbed a meal at each of them.

In this article, I’ll cover the basics of each restaurant, including prices and menus. I’ll also let you know where each restaurant is located so you can find the one closest to you.

24-Hour Denny’s on the Las Vegas Strip

Peppermill

Peppermill is a 24-hour diner favored by Vegas locals. It’s located on the north end of the Strip, between the Wynn and Resorts World. They have fast service and fantastic food. You’ll find a number of breakfast items on their menu, including steak and eggs, pancakes, waffles, and omelets.

  • Location: North end of the Strip
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $15-$30

Village Pub & Cafe

The Village Pub & Cafe is located just 1 block off of the Strip, at the Ellis Island Casino. The Village Pub is another local favorite since the food is so cheap. They serve breakfast all day, including an excellent steak and eggs breakfast special for $6.99 from 11pm-11am (until 2pm on weekends). The special isn’t listed on the menu, so you must ask the server.

  • Location: Ellis Island (behind Bally’s – 1 block off the Strip)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $7-$10
Steak and eggs special at Village Pub & Cafe

Claim Jumper Restaurants

Claim Jumper is located at the Golden Nugget on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. The restaurant has a 24-hour breakfast menu that includes breakfast burritos, pancake stacks, eggs benedict, breakfast croissants, and build-your-own omelet.

  • Location: Golden Nugget (downtown Las Vegas)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $8-$19

Saginaw’s Delicatessen

You can find Saginaw’s Delicatessen inside of Circa in downtown Las Vegas. Their specialty is unique deli sandwiches, but they also offer an all-day breakfast menu. You’ll find some unique breakfast items at Saginaw’s, like silver dollar pancakes, cream cheese crepes, and smoked salmon on a cream cheese bagel. They also offer eggs in any style.

  • Location: Circa (downtown Las Vegas)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $8-$22

Cafe Americano

Cafe Americano is a casual American restaurant inside Caesars Palace. It’s on the expensive side, but both the food and service are fantastic. Cafe Americano has an all-day brunch menu that includes breakfast sandwiches, omelets, and pancakes. Their late-night menu features a delicious breakfast bowl and an equally delicious breakfast burrito.

  • Location: Caesars Palace (Las Vegas Strip)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $24-$48

Grand Lux Cafe

The Grand Lux Cafe is a 24-hour cafe located inside of the Venetian. It offers an expansive breakfast menu until 11am. They do limit the breakfast selection later in the day however, there’s still plenty to choose from, including steak, ham, eggs, hash browns, waffles, pastries, toasted bagels, omelets, and breakfast quesadillas. Their late-night menu also has an excellent breakfast sandwich.

  • Location: Venetian (Las Vegas Strip)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $10-$20
Breakfast at Grand Lux Cafe

Siegel’s 1941

Siegel’s 1941 is another restaurant located on Fremont Street that offers all-day breakfast. The overnight menu is a bit smaller than their normal menu, but they still have some great dishes. One of the best deals on the menu is the bacon, egg, and cheese croissant for $12. They also have country-fried steak and eggs, oatmeal, and corned beef hash.

  • Location: El Cortez (downtown Las Vegas)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $5-$25

The Kitchen at Commons Club

Virgin Hotels is what replaced the old Hard Rock Casino. Virgin has a 24-hour restaurant called the Kitchen at Commons Club that serves all-day breakfast. There are only a couple of items on the all-day breakfast menu, but I can tell you that they’re really good. I recommend their Virgin breakfast, which includes eggs, bacon, and hash browns. The chicken and waffles are also great.

  • Location: Virgin Hotels (2 blocks off the Strip)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $14-$22

The Brass Fork

The Brass Fork is a 24-hour cafe located in the Palace Station Casino, only 1 block off of the Strip. The breakfast menu here has a lot of variety, and it’s available all day. They have a breakfast special for $8.99 that includes eggs, pancakes, hash browns, and your choice of bacon or sausage. You can also order additional sides for $3-$4.

  • Location: Palace Station (behind Circus Circus – 1 block off the Strip)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $8-$15

Patisserie

Patisserie is a French bakery found inside of the Aria. They are open 24 hours a day and offer an assortment of breakfast sandwiches, omelets, and crepes. Unfortunately, Patisserie stops serving omelets and crepes after 2pm. However, you can still pick up breakfast sandwiches, Danishes pastries, croissants, cinnamon buns, and bagels. I really like both their sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich, and the ham and cheese croissant.

  • Location: Aria (Las Vegas Strip)
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $10-$15

Denny’s

There are 3 Denny’s locations on the Las Vegas Strip and 1 downtown on Fremont Street. All of them serve 24-hour breakfast. You’ll find your breakfast basics at Denny’s, which include steak, eggs, omelets, pancakes, sausage, bacon, hash browns, and French toast.

  • Location: Strip: MGM Grand, Venetian, Resorts World (across the street) | Downtown: Neonopolis
  • 24-hour breakfast: Yes
  • Price range: $10-$15

If you’re looking for breakfast between the hours of 10pm and 7am, there are a couple of late-night options that serve breakfast. These late-night restaurants don’t technically serve “all-day breakfast,” however, they do serve breakfast all night. I wrote another article about late-night restaurants on the Strip here.

For those of you who plan to eat breakfast before noon, I made full lists of all the best cheap breakfast restaurants on the Strip and Downtown here.

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