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Kitchen Table

Pulling up to Kitchen Table, you’ll wonder how so many people could know about a breakfast place this small. This spot in Henderson (a suburb southeast of the Strip) fills up pretty quick so you’ll probably end up waiting, but you’ll understand why it’s worth it once you get inside. If you ask your server or the table next to you - or even if you don’t ask anyone - odds are someone will lean over and tell you to order the monkey bread with salted caramel for the table because it’s amazing. From there it’s hard to go wrong, but we like the pork belly benedict with jalapeño hollandaise and the chorizo omelet with Oaxacan cheese. They also have seven different mimosas and a “liquid breakfast” section of the menu if it’s that kind of morning.

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