Most bachelor/bachelorette parties in Vegas follow a similar mold of drinking, sleeping so you can drink more, and eating so the drinking won’t end poorly. But if you’re on a different type of trip where the person of honor can’t stop talking about how great dry air is for physical activity, your trip probably involves a hike up Mount Charleston. If that’s the case, Lulu’s should be your last stop before you start the journey. The bacon, gruyere, and mushroom frittata or the Sloppy Jose, with roasted chicken and an egg, are two dishes unlike anything else you’ll find on most breakfast menus. Another option is the Benecio Del Porko, though we don’t recommend eating it before a hike unless your plan is to be airlifted back to civilization.
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30 minutes from the Strip, Americana is where you go when you’ve been in Vegas for a couple days too long, from the great food to the lake views.
Sparrow + Wolf
You won’t find more creative food anywhere in Vegas than you will at Sparrow and Wolf in Spring Valley. Come with a few friends and share everything.
Libertine Social in the Mandalay Bay is where you should start your night of hotel-hopping; get a good cocktail and share a few small plates.
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This 24 hour spot in The Cosmopolitan works just as well for breakfast beignets as it does for a reasonably-priced lunch, or middle of the night meal.
Gritz Cafe probably belongs more in the South than in downtown Las Vegas, but you’ll be grateful for their all-day Southern breakfast menu.
The line at Eggslut in the Cosmopolitan can get long, but it’s worth it for the egg sandwiches you’ll find at the end.
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