In a vibrant city like Las Vegas, where there’s something always going on around the clock, you’ll probably want to hit up a restaurant for some good food before calling it a night. Several dining spots in town stay open way past midnight, while some are open 24 hours. From burgers and pasta to steak and breakfast classics, enjoy late-night eats and dining at these Las Vegas restaurants.
The Henry inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers something for everyone on its late-night dining menu. Start with appetizers such as the tater tot nachos, buffalo-style chicken wings, or crispy chicken tenders. If you’re in the mood for breakfast, there is the California club omelet, signature short rib Benedict, breakfast burrito, and brioche French toast with fresh berries. The menu also features a build-your-own burger option, sandwiches, soups, salads, and cocktails.
If you love The Cheesecake Factory, then you’ll love the Grand Lux Cafe. In Las Vegas, there are two convenient locations. The Venetian location is open 24 hours, while The Palazzo location is open until midnight (Thursday-Sunday). Begin your late-night feast with starters like mini cheeseburgers, buffalo chicken rolls, or Asian nachos. There’s plenty of breakfast options, ranging from the breakfast quesadilla to the fried chicken and waffles. Mouthwatering burgers, sandwiches, steaks, ribs, pasta, salads, and specialty dishes complete the menu. Don’t forget to browse through the selection of beers, wines, and craft cocktails.
After a night out on Fremont Street Experience, visit Saginaw’s Delicatessen inside Circa Resort & Casino for late-night dining. You’ll find a variety of sandwiches on the menu, including the Reuben, corned beef and pastrami, tuna melt, brisket, roast beef, and BLT. There are vegetarian sandwich options, too. Other menu favorites include the chicken matzo ball soup, onion rings, shrimp cocktail, and breakfast selections like eggs Benedict, steak and eggs, pancakes, and French toast.
The Kitchen at Commons Club at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas offers a special late-night dining menu. Start with appetizers like the fried calamari, chicken wings, and nachos. There’s everything from bourbon fried chicken and waffles to dulce de leche French toast for breakfast items. Burgers, sandwiches, and salads round out the menu. Signature cocktails, mocktails, beers, and wines highlight the beverage menu.
Lucky Penny at Red Rock Casino and Green Valley Ranch offers an extensive menu. The 24-hour cafe features breakfast specialties like prime rib hash, country fried steak, egg white enchiladas, stuffed French toast, buttermilk pancakes, and lemon blueberry ricotta pancakes. If you want something other than breakfast dishes, Lucky Penny will satisfy your late-night dining needs with innovative appetizers, salads, burgers, sandwiches, and hearty entrées. Choose from a variety of beers, wines, juices, and specialty coffees, too.
Palace Station’s 24-hour Brass Fork offers classic comfort food with a unique twist. Menu favorites include the churro waffle, strawberry tall cakes, chicken enchilada omelet, beach house tacos, calamari fries, elote grilled cheese, crispy fried chicken sandwich, and cheddar popper burger. There’s also a full-service seated bar and a pastry shop with house-made sweets. Brass Fork has become so popular that Station Casinos will add additional locations at Sunset Station, Santa Fe Station, and Boulder Station.
At Herbs & Rye, you’ll find some of the finest steaks and Italian classics in Las Vegas. Come for an early dinner or a late-night meal as the restaurant is open from 5 p.m.-3 a.m. daily. Meats range from a 9-ounce filet mignon to an 18-ounce ribeye, with a selection of side dishes to pair it with. There are also several flatbreads, soups, salads, appetizers, and homemade pasta. Herbs & Rye has an excellent beverage program, too, so grab a cocktail while you’re there.
If you’re craving authentic Mexican food, consider Tacos El Gordo for your late-night dining fix. There are three Las Vegas locations to choose from. The Tijuana-style tacos, ranging from carne asada to chorizo, are a highlight here. You can also order quesadillas, tostadas, mulas, sopas and loaded fries.
When thinking about late-night dining in Las Vegas, Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge always comes to mind. The iconic standalone restaurant, located on Las Vegas Boulevard, just past Wynn Las Vegas, is known for its old-school vibes, big portions, and unique cocktails. The breakfast menu features a variety of waffles, pancakes, omelets, and traditional classics. If you’re looking for appetizers, there’s plenty to choose from. You’ll also find several different burgers, sandwiches, steaks, entrées, soups, salads, and gourmet sundaes—which will fill you up, so come hungry.
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