Blueberry Hill is an old-school American Diner that looks the part. It literally looks old both inside and out. Worn walls and flooring, neon lighting trimming the walls… I’m sure this place has seen better days one or two decades ago. But, I guess you can say it has character.
What matters most, of course, is the food. It isn’t bad. With a menu that rivals the thickness of the one at Cheesecake Factory, it might take a while to figure out what you want. They have just about every comfort dish you’d expect to find at a breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot like this. I typically go with pancakes for my early morning meal, but opted for their strawberry crepes ($10.09). A light and mild cheese blend mixed with a strawberry compote filled three delicate crepes. Sliced strawberries topped the dish. Portions are large but I still managed to devour it.
An even bigger dish was my wife’s Denver omelette ($11.09) filled with cheddar cheese, diced ham, onions and green peppers. It was accompanied by some awful hashbrowns, extra crispy bacon, and deliciously spongy french toast.
The size of the kid’s chocolate chip pancakes ($5.39) was ridiculous. It consisted of three pancakes that would have been challenging for any adult to finish, let alone a six year old. Chocolate chips were sprinkled on top and worked into the batter and a mound of whipped cream topped it all off. My kid and I enjoyed attacking it and it left him in a sugar high.
Breakfast wasn’t cheap. It ended up being about $50 for the three of us. But, it did leave us happy and full.
1280 S Decatur Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89102