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Top Breakfast Sandwiches In Las Vegas

April 2, 2014 6:00 AM

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It’s been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not make it the most enjoyable one, too? Although many of the city’s celebrated restaurants are only open for dinner, there are plenty of spots in Las Vegas that open early to make sure guests start their day off right. Aside from the usual early-morning favorites (pancakes, French toast, waffles, eggs, etc.), several of these restaurants also serve tasty breakfast sandwiches sure to leave taste buds salivating for more. Here’s a look at some of the city’s best early-morning sandwich creations—no utensils required!
Babystacks Café
2400 N. Buffalo Drive, Suite 145
Las Vegas, NV 89128
(702) 541-6708
www.babystackscafe.com

Although best known for its many flavors of pancakes, including cinnabun, orange creamsicle and s’mores, this popular breakfast spot knows how to cook up a tasty slider, too. Case in point: its Portuguese or spam sliders. Guests get three Hawaiian sweet rolls filled with egg, cheddar cheese, green onions and their choice of meat for only $8.95. This delicious dish also comes with a side of potatoes, just to make sure no one leaves the table hungry.

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Citizens Kitchen And Bar 
3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 632-9200
www.citizenslasvegas.com

Chef Brian Massie’s Citizens Kitchen and Bar features a menu of mouth-watering American comfort food available 24 hours a day. During breakfast hours, it serves one of the best breakfast sandwiches on the Strip: Citizens’ famous bacon, egg & cheese. Priced at $13.50, the sandwich is made with New York-style bacon, egg and cheese on a kaiser roll with a side of tater tots. For those with a bit of a sweet tooth in the morning, this sandwich can even be made with a donut instead for just a three dollar upcharge.

MTO Café
500 S. Main St.
Las Vegas , NV 89101
(702) 380-8229
www.mtocafe.com

One of Las Vegas’ newest restaurants, this downtown eatery is open daily for breakfast, lunch and brunch. Offering an array of items, from pancakes and waffles to sandwiches, salads and soups, one of its most delectable creations is the Fat Elvis sandwich. Made with French toast, bananas, bacon, peanut butter, strawberries and Nutella, this flavorful sandwich is available all day and priced at $13. Not only is it breakfast fit for a king, it’s breakfast fit for The King!

Roxy’s Diner
2000 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
(702) 380-7777
www.stratospherehotel.com

This fun 50s-style diner, open 24 hours, just updated its menu of American favorites in mid-March. One of its newest menu additions is the French toast breakfast sandwich. Priced at $9.99, this scrumptious dish comes with scrambled eggs, bacon and cheddar cheese, a side of hash browns, maple syrup and strawberry compote. Coupled with the singing wait staff at Roxy’s, guests are in for one rockin’, eye-opening dining experience.

Serendipity 3 
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 731-7373
www.caesarspalace.com

Proving it can do savory just as well as it can do sweet, this whimsical restaurant serves one of the most hearty breakfast sandwiches in town: The One & Only Las Vegas Strip Steak Sandwich. Not only is the dish a mouthful to say, but it’s also quite the sandwich to eat. Available for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner, this sandwich comes with 10 ounces of New York strip steak topped with sunny side up eggs, smoked bacon, cheddar and Jack cheeses, served on garlic French bread for $22 ($20 if you’re a Total Rewards member). While it might be a challenge to finish first thing in the morning, taste buds are sure to be left hungry for more.

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When she’s not interviewing some of Hollywood’s biggest celebs, Heather Turk can often be found visiting some of Las Vegas’ most popular restaurants and spas for Examiner.com. She also covers the Las Vegas market for a variety of other media outlets, including Allegiant Air’s in-flight magazine, Sunseeker. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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