Where Can I Find Cheap Breakfast on the Strip?

After a night of clubs, casinos, live entertainment, and explorations of Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Strip, it’s necessary to replenish with a filling breakfast.

While there are many options to choose from, many are pricier and can throw your travel budget off. We’ve gathered some of the best cheap breakfast dining options so you can stick within your budget and enjoy your trip to the fullest.

Below, you’ll find the top 10 places to get a cheap breakfast on the Vegas Strip.

Cheap Breakfast on the Strip

Best Places to Get Cheap Breakfast on the Strip

La Salsa Cantina

There’s nothing more satisfying than Mexican cuisine after wandering the Strip every day. La Salsa Cantina serves delicious food from 8 am to 10 pm daily. Everything from burritos to enchiladas and fajitas is available. There’s also a kid’s menu for those traveling with children.

Menu items range from about $10-$20 at La Salsa Cantina. If you’re visiting later in the day for brunch or dinner, you’ll want to try their yard-long margarita, a restaurant specialty.

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Eggslut (Best Breakfast Sandwiches)

Found in the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Eggslut is a casual restaurant with gourmet food options. It’s the perfect spot to grab a breakfast sandwich and drink or sit down for a quick bite. The menu centers around breakfast egg sandwiches, though there are some additional options like a cheeseburger.

You can expect a selection of updated comfort food dishes like a breakfast sandwich with house-made sausage. Most options stay in the $9-$14 range.

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Ocean One Bar and Grill

Ocean One Bar and Grill is found at the Planet Hollywood shops. This restaurant features classic breakfast food with a relaxed dining environment.

Most dishes at this location are below $10.

Choose between omelets, egg dishes, pancakes, and more.

The Ocean One Bar and Grill is a great spot for those traveling with their families.

48th and Crepe

48th and Crepe is a walk-up restaurant in New York New York. This restaurant provides excellent French-inspired cuisine to take on the go. You can purchase savory and sweet crepes from 48th and Crepe with various fillings and sauces.

Walking into the hotel, you can head to Village Street Eateries to find 48th and Crepe. As a note, this eatery is only open on the weekends from 8 am to 2 pm.

Hash House a Go Go

Hash House a Go Go resides in The LINQ Hotel. It’s open daily for breakfast and brunch options starting at 7:30 am. Thursday through Saturday, the restaurant has extended hours until 9 pm.

This restaurant serves American classics with a twist, like chicken and waffles with a sage-fried chicken crust. Most meals are in the $15-$20 range, though portions are quite large, so you’ll likely want to split the meal here anyway or take the leftovers to eat later.

Earl of Sandwich

Earl of Sandwich is a casual sandwich joint with options of breakfast sandwiches (like the egg and cheese sandwich), burritos, breakfast bowls, or oatmeal to choose from on their breakfast menu. With two locations along the Strip (one in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino), it’s easy to stop here for a bite.

Breakfast sandwiches and sides are between $4-$5, making this the cheapest breakfast option. Dining in or grabbing a bite to go are excellent ways to enjoy a meal at the Earl of Sandwich.

Eatwell

Eatwell is ideal for those looking for a quick snack or bite to eat. It’s a walk-up food counter found in The Cromwell that’s open daily from 7 am to 3 pm. While indoor seating is available, it’s quite limited, so you’ll most likely want to take your food to go.

This food spot features sandwiches, pizza, salads, and sweet treats.

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Blondies Sports Bar & Grill

Blondies Sports Bar & Grill offers a casual environment where you can enjoy a sports game on one of the 40 TVs while grabbing a bite to eat. The servers are peppy and friendly, creating a welcoming environment.

You can find Blondies Sports Bar & Grill in the Miracle Mile Shops area. Choose from breakfast classics like pancakes, French toast, egg plates, breakfast tacos, and sandwiches.

Denny’s

Although you can find Denny’s in many other cities, it is fairly affordable with a good selection of breakfast dishes

Located right near the MGM Grand, it is open 24 hours daily and they advertise All you can eat pancakes, scrambled eggs and hash browns for $8.99.

If you choose one of the above restaurants for breakfast, you can’t go wrong! They all offer tasty food at reasonable prices. Skip the pricier breakfast options for these cheap meals to have a larger budget for activities, attractions, and casino stops.


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