I used to like the steak and eggs at the MC's cafe - typically something I got late evenings when I was out of step / jet lagged (sp?).
My non-buffet breakfast of choice is the Irish Breakfast at Nine Fine Irishmen. It's available as a lunch 11am-4pm (this place years ago was open for breakfast hours with a breakfast menu, but no longer). A bloody mary goes nice with the breakfast.
BBKings at Mirage has some interesting sounding breakfast items.
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I rarely (go anywhere) for breakfast when I am in Vegas because I usually want to get the first $3/$6 game going at the Mirage. (I'll often get there just early enough to run across the street and get an oatmeal and a smoothie at McDonalds.)
Hash House at the IP has been mentioned a couple of times, and I want to echo that recommendation. However, I never did the chicken & waffles. My star breakfast dish there is the maple infused chicken breast (itself large enough to be a meal) on a huge pile of bacon-griddled mashed potatoes, two eggs, a HUGE roll, and a nice big hunk of fruit, usually watermelon.
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For all things food trust Minton!
Ellis Island is not at all fancy but a good breakfast and the best value near the strip. I do enjoy Hash House also but you will likely have to wait and it will cost twice as much as Ellis. It is really tasty food however.
have to agree about trusting minton where food is concerned.
i go to ellis island several times on my trips to vegas, i love the steak special and have had many a good breakfast there as well.