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63 places for brunch in and around Las Vegas

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Just in case anyone is interested, here is the list. The map that accompanies the article is nice as it highlights the location of each restaurant as you click on the description.
 

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Have to check some of those out- heading to Sin City in about three weeks.
 

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Jasmine's is no longer doing brunch after today. Too bad, it was yummy.

Fern

Just in case anyone is interested, here is the list. The map that accompanies the article is nice as it highlights the location of each restaurant as you click on the description.
 

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I bet Hexx is nice for brunch. They have outdoor dining with many misters running. I didn't go to their restaurant, but I did chocolate chocolate tasting in their store. They have really good customer service.
 

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Fern,

I'm trying to go through all of the Vegas related threads to prepare for an October trip there. Because of high airfare on the weekend, we'll only be there Mon - Fri, so I think we are pretty good on places to visit with our teenager.

We will eat in part of the time, but we'd enjoy a few meals out in family friendly, inexpensive locations, including those outside the city on the way to sightseeing highlights. Do you have any recommendations?

Thanks,

Sheila
 

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If you are going to Hoover Dan, stop at the Coffee Cup in Boulder City for either breakfast or lunch. It was featured on Diners, Driveins and Dives twice. I haven't eaten there, but Jerry raved about it.

Certainly the kids (and maybe you) would like to go to In and Out for a burger. Remember to get the fries "well done" if you don't like soggy. No mayo available. Onions either grilled or raw, lettuce, tomato, cheese, dill pickle slices if you like, and also real milk shakes if that is anybody's thing. And real inexpensive. The one on Dean Martin is always very busy. There is one on Sahara and one on Maryland Pkwy which are less so.

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Fern,

I'm trying to go through all of the Vegas related threads to prepare for an October trip there. Because of high airfare on the weekend, we'll only be there Mon - Fri, so I think we are pretty good on places to visit with our teenager.

We will eat in part of the time, but we'd enjoy a few meals out in family friendly, inexpensive locations, including those outside the city on the way to sightseeing highlights. Do you have any recommendations?

Thanks,

Sheila
 

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I forgot to mention, if your kid collects places, In and Out sells its own T-shirts, and they aren't expensive.

And Coffee Cup sells, what else, Coffee Cups (for the work desk) and t-shirts.

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If you are going to Hoover Dan, stop at the Coffee Cup in Boulder City for either breakfast or lunch. It was featured on Diners, Driveins and Dives twice. I haven't eaten there, but Jerry raved about it.

Certainly the kids (and maybe you) would like to go to In and Out for a burger. Remember to get the fries "well done" if you don't like soggy. No mayo available. Onions either grilled or raw, lettuce, tomato, cheese, dill pickle slices if you like, and also real milk shakes if that is anybody's thing. And real inexpensive. The one on Dean Martin is always very busy. There is one on Sahara and one on Maryland Pkwy which are less so.

Fern

Thanks for the tips. I've added your comments to my list of notes.

I've never tried an In and Out Burger, so I'm glad you warned me about the fries and mayo. I'll bring a couple of mayo packs with me. I know some people swear by the chain and a milk shake sounds good.

Sheila
 
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