If there’s one thing this city isn’t lacking (other than steakhouses, nightclubs, and hookers) it’s breakfast spots. The owners of this place relocated their business from Sun City in Summerlin to the space formerly occupied by the short-lived Pasta Fresh. There’s not much decor to speak of other than wall art made from planks of wood. Luckily, the food is more noteworthy than their interior design. Their large, all-American menu is full of sandwiches, wraps, and breakfast items. The most creative items are their pancakes, waffles, and French toasts. Too much mint extract takes away from an otherwise fluffy stack of mint chocolate chip pancakes. Beer cakes proved more impressive with subtle hoppiness within airy pancakes. The stack of three contained chunks of bacon within the batter and sprinkled on top. Probably the equivalent of three strips of bacon.
Come hungry if you want to finish any of those items or others such as a large, well executed BLT ($8.95) or the Gatspy burger ($12.95) — hand-ground meat topped with crispy strips of bacon, onion strings, BBQ sauce, cheddar cheese and a sunny side up egg. It might be a greasy mess, but it will hit the spot if that’s what you’re in the mood for.
4165 S Grand Canyon Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89147