Summerlin Breakfast Restaurants

Summerlin in Las Vegas

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It may come as a surprise to many of the millions of tourists that visit Las Vegas every year, but we residents do get up early, have breakfast, and keep normal schedules. As any long-time resident will tell you, "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" does not apply when you live here. But, we do have a few perks that often remain unknown to tourists. While visitors are getting a few hours of nightly sleep, we residents are eating our first meal at some of the best breakfast places in Las Vegas.

Read more to find profiles of breakfast places in various neighborhoods of Las Vegas. Here is a list of great breakfast places in the Summerlin neighborhood.

Rachel's Kitchen

The biggest knock on Rachel's Kitchen also seems to be its biggest praise. It's a healthy menu featuring vegan-friendly, both pleases some and bores others. If you want healthy, creative yet simple cuisine, then Rachel's Kitchen is a place you'll love. If you're looking for a more traditional breakfast chock full of the grease that helps cure your out of town guest hangovers, then you'd best look at other places.

With two Summerlin locations, Rachel's is a place you'll hopefully love to come back too. Stop here and power up before heading out to Red Rock Canyon.

Favorite breakfast items include The Favorite, a mix of eggs, avocado and goat cheese, and the Acai Bowl with granola.

Rachel's Kitchen—Near Summerlin
3330 S Hualapai Way #190
Las Vegas, NV 89117

Rachel's Kitchen—Summerlin North
9691 Trailwood Dr. #107
Las Vegas, NV 89134

The Omelet House

The cuisine at this establishment is pretty self-evident, but not limited to the breakfast staple that is the omelet. It is a good, home town, greasy spoon kinda joint.

The Omelet House is one of those places that harkens back to the days of more when food was served hot and huge. You will not go hungry at this popular morning eatery. For you accolade hounds consider this, the Omelet House is a Nine Time winner of the Las Vegas Review Journal's Best of Las Vegas Award.

Popular dishes include chicken fried steak and eggs and corned beef hash and eggs.

The Omelet House
2227 N Rampart Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89128


Babystacks is a place that proves that sometimes smaller is better. Featuring an unusual combination of traditional American breakfast fare tossed with some Filipino and Hawaiian influences, this breakfast joint is a favorite of local Summerliners. The service is normally impeccable, and diners can sup up on tasty food and coffee while absorbing the soothing sounds of reggae. A great way to end a long weekend or begin a Sunday Funday.

The house specialty is the Red Velvet pancakes, but you may want to try the Orange Creamsicle pancakes.

2400 N. Buffalo Dr. #145
Las Vegas, NV 89128

Grand Cafe

This is Las Vegas, so an all-night, full menu dining experience is a must for a place to be truly appreciated by locals and visitors alike. Grand Cafe at Red Rocks fills this expectation with Early Riser and Late Nighter Specials. It is a great way to rub elbows with the masses before or after a full day of Las Vegas activities.

Try the All Nighter Specials that will run you as little as a whopping $1.99.

Red Rock Casino
11011 W Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89135

Feast Buffet

Feast Buffet, also located in the Red Rock Casino, is a local favorite that draws tourists in droves. This tends to happen when you have a high Zagat rating and provide a seemingly endless variety of tasty food. It is a great place to start your weekend.

The Feast is a great place to fuel up after laying down a bet or two at the Red Rock Sportsbook. It is a happy day when you can watch your favorite NFL team win while your belly is full.


Red Rock Casino
11011 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89135

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