Best Cheap Breakfasts in Downtown Las Vegas – Fremont Street


Many visitors come to downtown Las Vegas because it’s more affordable than the Strip. However, whenever I visit Fremont Street, I always have difficulty finding a good cheap breakfast spot.

So on a recent trip to Las Vegas, I made an effort to locate all the best cheap breakfast spots around Fremont Street. Here’s what I found.

RestaurantPriceLocation
Binion’s Cafe$6-$15Binion’s
Donut Bar$1-$5near El Cortez
Rachel’s Kitchen$5-$12near Neonopolis
Magnolia’s Veranda$4-$15Four Queens
Hash House A Go Go$10-$25Plaza
Garden Court Buffet$18.99Main Street Station
Market Street Cafe $6-$15California
Saginaw’s Delicatessen $8-$22Circa
AmeriBrunch Cafe$15-$20near the D
Aloha Specialties$8-$10California
eat.$8-$19near El Cortez
Siegel’s 1941$9-$24El Cortez
Nacho Daddy$6-$15near Neonopolis
Second Street Grill$7-$20Fremont Hotel
Claim Jumper Restaurants$6-$24Golden Nugget
7th & Carson$14-$20near El Cortez
Denny’s$10-$15Neonopolis
Subway$5-$10Four Queens
Chick-fil-A$2-$8Golden Nugget
McDonald’s$2-$10The D

(This map is interactive, so you can zoom in to get a closer look.)

There are plenty of excellent places to grab breakfast in downtown Las Vegas. In this post, I’ll show you where the best cheap breakfast spots are located – and how much they cost. I’ll also give you a taste of what’s on the menu, so you’ll know what to expect.

1. Binion’s Cafe

Overview: Binion’s Cafe is located inside the Binion’s Hotel Casino directly on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. This small cafe offers a great breakfast with healthy portion sizes. Most of the menu is around $10, so you won’t break the bank when eating here.

Breakfast menu: Steak & eggs / ham, steak & eggs / rib eye steak & eggs / eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausage & toast / biscuits & gravy / pancakes / omelets

  • Location: Binion’s Hotel Casino
  • Price range: $6-$15
  • Rating: 4.1/5 stars
  • Hours: 7am-1:30am
Pancakes & Fruit at AmeriBrunch Cafe

2. AmeriBrunch Cafe

Overview: Ameribrunch Cafe is a family-owned restaurant located just a 5-minute walk from Fremont Street. Breakfast is their specialty, so the restaurant is typically closed by noon. They have an extensive menu with plenty of delectable options.

Breakfast menu: BLT, avocado & egg sandwich with hash browns / spicy chicken breakfast sandwich / pancakes, bacon & eggs / steak, eggs & potatoes / bacon, sausage, eggs, potatoes & toast / spicy veggie sandwich / pancakes & fruit / French toast / biscuits

  • Location: 2 blocks from Fremont Street (behind the D)
  • Price range: $15-$20
  • Rating: 4.7/5 stars
  • Hours: 9am-12:30pm

3. eat.

Overview: Eat is a highly reviewed restaurant in downtown Las Vegas, located about a block from El Cortez. It’s a little more expensive than some of the other restaurants on this list, but the food is absolutely delicious. A few dishes cost up to $19, but the majority of the menu is under $15.

Breakfast menu: Deviled eggs / cinnamon biscuits / steel-cut cinnamon oats with apples & pecans / pancakes & sausage / Greek yogurt & granola / biscuits, gravy, eggs & bacon / pork chops, eggs, potatoes & toast / egg sandwich / shrimp, grits & eggs / corned beef hash, eggs & toast / BLT with avocado

  • Location: 1 block from Fremont St (near El Cortez)
  • Price range: $8-$19
  • Rating: 4.6/5 stars
  • Hours: Thursday-Monday 8am-2pm

4. Market Street Cafe

Overview: Market Street Cafe is another spot to grab an affordable breakfast in downtown Las Vegas. They have a number of $10 breakfast specials including, omelets, chicken & waffles, and eggs & pancakes. You can also create your own breakfast by ordering dishes on the side.

Breakfast menu: Steak & eggs / eggs, tocino pork, hash browns & toast / eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns & toast / eggs benedict, bacon & English muffin / assorted cereals / omelets / pancakes / hotcakes / French toast / chicken & waffles / bagel & cream cheese / yogurt / pancakes, eggs & sausage

  • Location: California Hotel & Casino
  • Price range: $6-$15
  • Rating: 4.2/5 stars
  • Hours: breakfast is served from 7am-11:30am
Donut Bar in downtown Las Vegas

5. Donut Bar

Overview: Donut bar is an award-winning donut shop within walking distance of Fremont Street. These are some of the best donuts you will ever taste. They are light and fluffy, with unique fillings and toppings. Their creme brulee donut is the most popular, but I prefer their grill cheese donut. You’ll want to get here early since all of the donuts are completely sold out by lunchtime.

Breakfast menu: Specialty donuts & tarts including: creme brulee donuts / pop-tart donuts / gill cheese donuts / strawberry creme donuts / Boston creme

  • Location: 1 block from Fremont St (near El Cortez)
  • Price range: $1-$5
  • Rating: 4.7/5 stars
  • Hours: 7am-1pm

6. Garden Court

Overview: The Garden Court is an all-you-can-eat buffet located at the Main Street Station Casino. It’s about a block north of Fremont Street, so it takes less than a 5-minute walk to get there. The buffet is one of the cheapest in the city ($18.99), and the food is amazing. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better breakfast deal in Las Vegas for under $20.

Breakfast menu: eggs / bacon / hash browns / sausage patties / waffles / pancakes / French toast / crepes / fruit / frittatas / corned beef hash

  • Location: Main Street Station Casino
  • Price range: $18.99
  • Rating: 4.2/5 stars
  • Hours: 8am-2pm

7. Second Street Grill

Overview: The Second Street Grill offers a great breakfast at a reasonable price. It’s located in the Fremont Hotel & Casino, directly on Fremont Street. Second Street Grill has a wide variety of omelets (including build-your-own omelet) and a great breakfast sandwich for $12.

Breakfast menu: Eggs, bacon, sausage & English muffin / French toast / steak & eggs / corned beef hash, eggs & potatoes / biscuits & gravy / omelets / ham steak, eggs & potatoes / bacon, egg & cheddar breakfast sandwich with potatoes

  • Location: Fremont Hotel & Casino
  • Price range: $7-$20
  • Rating: 4.5/5 stars
  • Hours: 7am-2pm
Breakfast wrap at Rachel’s Kitchen

8. Rachel’s Kitchen

Overview: Rachel’s Kitchen is a casual restaurant that offers an extensive menu of healthy and inexpensive breakfast options. This is one of the cheapest places to eat in downtown Las Vegas since everything on the breakfast menu is under $12. Rachel’s has several locations, the closest of which is found about half a block off of Fremont Street, next to Neonopolis. If you’re looking for something cheap yet healthy, this is the place to go.

Breakfast menu: Breakfast burrito / breakfast wrap / huevos rancheros / avocado toast / eggs, tomatoes, avocado, mushrooms, toast & fruit / eggs, bacon, potatoes & toast / French toast / pancakes / omelets / oatmeal with fruit / eggs, grilled chicken, bacon, cheese, spinach, toast & potatoes

  • Location: Half a block from Fremont Street (near Neonopolis)
  • Price range: $5-$12
  • Rating: 4.1/5 stars
  • Hours: 8am-3pm

9. 7th & Carson

Overview: 7th & Carson is another fantastic breakfast/brunch spot in downtown Las Vegas. The restaurant is located just 1 block off of Fremont Street, so within a 5-minute walk of most Fremont hotels. The menu is pretty diverse, and the service is some of the best that you’ll see in Vegas. They have both indoor and outdoor seating.

Breakfast menu: Cinna Bun Pull-A-Part / granola, Greek yogurt & fruit / fresh fruit platter / Belgian waffles / French toast / chicken & waffles / pancakes / avocado toast / eggs benedict / eggs, sausage, bacon, tomato, mushrooms & baked bean / omelets / corned beef hash, eggs potatoes & toast

  • Location: 1 block from Fremont Street (near El Cortez)
  • Price range: $14-$20
  • Rating: 4.5/5 stars
  • Hours: Monday-Saturday 9am-8pm / Sunday 9am-5pm

10. Aloha Specialties

Overview: Aloha Specialties is a Hawaiian restaurant located inside the California Hotel & Casino. The breakfast menu is limited. However, the food is inexpensive, and the service is fast. All of the breakfast items are under $10.

Breakfast menu: Omelet with sausage / eggs, rice & sausage / eggs, luncheon meat & sausage

  • Location: California Hotel & Casino
  • Price range: $8-$10
  • Rating: 4.4/5 stars
  • Hours: 9am-7pm
Breakfast at Magnolia’s Veranda inside Four Queens

11. Magnolia’s Veranda

Overview: Magnolia’s at the Four Queens offers an excellent cheap breakfast. They serve omelets for under $10 and pancake stacks for under $8. If you’re just looking for a small, quick breakfast, Magnolia’s also offers cereal for $4.49 or a bagel with cream cheese for $3.49.

Breakfast menu: Eggs benedict, English muffin, bacon & hash browns / pancakes, sausage & eggs / steak, eggs, potatoes & toast / southwest veggie skillet / omelets / biscuits & gravy / pancake stacks / French toast / assorted cereals / bagel with cream cheese / fruit bowl

  • Location: Four Queens Resort & Casino
  • Price range: $4-$15
  • Rating: 3.9/5 stars
  • Hours: 7am-11pm

12. Siegel’s 1941

Overview: Siegel’s 1941 is a sit-down restaurant located in El Cortez that serves all-day breakfast. They offer a solid bacon, egg and cheese sandwich on a croissant for $12. The country-fried steak and eggs for $16 are also really good.

Breakfast menu: Belgian waffles / pancakes / eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes & hash browns / steak & eggs / bacon, egg & cheese croissant sandwich / French toast / fruit platter / steel-cut oatmeal / corned beef hash, eggs & hash browns / omelets

  • Location: El Cortez Hotel & Casino
  • Price range: $9-$24
  • Rating: 4.1/5 stars
  • Hours: Open 24 hours

13. Nacho Daddy

Overview: Nacho Daddy is a popular Mexican restaurant located on the edge of Fremont Street, in between Neonopolis and the Fremont Casino. They serve brunch every day until 2pm. I highly recommend their sausage and egg slider. It’s one of the cheapest items on the menu, yet one the tastiest.

Breakfast menu: Huevos rancheros / sausage & egg slider / breakfast burrito / steak omelet / bacon-cheese enchiladas rancheros / breakfast taco / chilquiles / sausage, bacon eggs, hash browns & toast / French toast / avocado toast

  • Location: Half a block from Fremont Street (near Neonopolis)
  • Price range: $6-$15
  • Rating: 4.4/5 stars
  • Hours: only serves breakfast 8am-2pm
Fried Chicken Benedict at Hash House A Go Go

14. Hash House A Go Go

Overview: Hash House A Go Go is on the pricier side, but the food is worth it. Everything comes in giant portion sizes, so you’ll never leave here hungry. The dishes also look very unique, so you’ll definitely want to post them on Instagram. There’s another excellent Hash House location on the Strip, but this one has better prices.

Breakfast menu: Eggs, bacon, avocado, onion & swiss / eggs, ham, spinach & cheddar / eggs, ham, tomatoes, onion, peppers, mushrooms & fresh fruit / hash, chorizo, jalapenos, chedder & tomato / flapjacks / waffles / avocado toast / biscuits / chilaquiles / chicken benedict / fired chicken & waffles

  • Location: Plaza Hotel & Casino
  • Price range: $10-$25
  • Rating: 4.4/5 stars
  • Hours: Sunday-Thursday 7am-2pm / Friday-Saturday 7am-9pm

15. Claim Jumper Restaurants

Overview: Claim Jumper is located at the Golden Nugget in the center of Fremont Street. They serve the typical American breakfast of steak, eggs, bacon and pancakes. If you’re simply looking for something quick and cheap, Claim Jumper offers pancake stacks for only $6 and Belgian waffles for under $10. The restaurant serves breakfast all day, and the service is fast.

Breakfast menu: Breakfast burrito / veggie breakfast burrito / omelets / steak, eggs, hash browns & toast / pancakes / Belgian waffles / eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes & hash browns / poached eggs, ham, English muffin & hash browns / French toast / oatmeal / fruit / ham, egg & cheese croissant with hash browns

  • Location: Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino
  • Price range: $6-$24
  • Rating: 4.1/5 stars
  • Hours: Sunday-Thursday 7am-12am / Friday-Saturday 7am-3am

16. Saginaw’s Delicatessen

Overview: Saginaw’s Delicatessen is located inside Circa. Their specialty is unique deli sandwiches, but they also offer an all-day breakfast menu. The dishes aren’t the cheapest (around $18), but the portion sizes a big. You can split many of the dishes between two people.

Breakfast menu: Eggs, bacon, sausage & pancakes / steak, eggs, hash browns & toast / corned beef hash, potatoes, eggs & toast / bacon, egg, & cheese croissant sandwich with fruit / French toast / salmon, tomato & onion bagel / Greek yogurt with granola & fruit / crepes / breakfast burrito / omelets

  • Location: Circa Resort & Casino
  • Price range: $8-$22
  • Rating: 4.2/5 stars
  • Hours: Open 24 hours

17. Park on Fremont

Overview: Park on Fremont is a great sit-down type restaurant. It doesn’t look like much out front, but they have a gorgeous garden in the back, so make sure you ask for a seat on the patio. Park on Fremont has plenty of vegan and gluten-free breakfast options if you ask your server. Just know that they only serve breakfast on weekends.

Breakfast menu: Deviled eggs, bacon & bagel / ham, egg & cheese sandwich with potatoes / mixed greens, poached eggs & potatoes / avocado toast / French toast / chilaquiles / frittata (egg-based dish), bacon, onions, peppers & potatoes

  • Location: Fremont Street
  • Price range: $12-$15
  • Rating: 4.5/5 stars
  • Hours: only serves breakfast Friday-Sunday 11am-3pm

18. The Smashed Pig

Overview: The Smashed Pig is located on East Fremont Street near Neonopolis. They offer a solid breakfast menu with fast service. Most of the menu is in the $12 range. If you eat here, I highly recommend you try the monkey bread and breakfast burritos. The Smashed Pig only serves breakfast on weekends.

Breakfast menu: Monkey bread / crab cakes, eggs & potatoes / bacon, potatoes, English muffin & eggs / steak, eggs & potatoes / French toast / bacon / Egg sandwich with potatoes / breakfast burrito / fried pork belly, English muffin, poached eggs & potatoes / Cajun shrimp, eggs, grits & bacon

  • Location: Fremont Street
  • Price range: $6-$15
  • Rating: 4.5/5 stars
  • Hours: only serves breakfast Friday-Sunday 10am-3pm

19. Denny’s

Overview: Denny’s is a quick and easy spot to grab breakfast. If you’ve eaten at a Denny’s before, you already know what’s on the menu. They serve affordable breakfast 24 hours a day. There’s a location inside of Neonopolis on Fremont Street.

Breakfast menu: Steak, eggs, hash browns & toast / omelets / pancakes / ham, egg & cheese sandwich with hash browns / egg, sausage, bacon, ham & cheese sandwich with hash browns / crepes / French toast / pancakes, ham, bacon, sausage eggs & hash browns

  • Location: Neonopolis
  • Price range: $10-$15
  • Rating: 4.1/5 stars
  • Hours: Open 24 hours

20. Subway

Overview: If you didn’t already know, Subway sells affordable breakfast sandwiches and wraps. Breakfast at Subway usually doesn’t cost more than $10. There are several locations in downtown Las Vegas, including Four Queens, Plaza Hotel and El Cortez.

Breakfast menu: Bacon, egg & cheese flatbread (or wrap) / steak, egg & cheese flatbread (or wrap) / black forest ham, egg & cheese flatbread (or wrap) / egg & cheese flatbread (or wrap)

  • Location: Four Queens Hotel & Casino
  • Price range: $5-$10
  • Rating: 3.6/5 stars
  • Hours: Open 24 hours

21. Chick-fil-A

Overview: If you need some quick, cheap eats, Chick-fil-A is a good option. It’s slightly healthier than many other fast food restaurants, and there’s a location inside of the Golden Nugget.

Breakfast menu: Sausage, egg & cheese biscuit / bacon, egg & cheese biscuit / hash browns / Chick-fil-A Chicken biscuit / sausage biscuit / bacon biscuit / Chick-n-Minis / Greek yogurt parfait / fruit cup

  • Location: Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino
  • Price range: $2-$10
  • Rating: 4.4/5 stars
  • Hours: Monday-Saturday 7am-10pm (closed on Sunday)

22. McDonald’s

Overview: If you’re in a real hurry, McDonald’s is always an option. There are two locations on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas: The D and the Plaza Hotel.

Breakfast menu: Egg McMuffin / sausage McMuffin / bacon, egg & cheese biscuit / sausage burrito / sausage biscuit / bacon, egg & cheese McGriddles / hotcakes / hash browns / fruit & oatmeal

  • Location: The D Casino & Hotel
  • Price range: $2-$8
  • Rating: 4.4/5 stars
  • Hours: Open 24 hours

There are also a number of cheap breakfast options on the Las Vegas Strip.

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