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For quite good reason, Chef Thomas Keller’s Bouchon, now in its tenth year, is consistently cited as one of the best breakfast spots in Las Vegas. There’s a traditional Parisian-bistro feel, with wide open doors and windows looking out on one of the most manicured pool scenes in the city. Also, a lovely menu, from which you can choose a lot or very little. One must is the assortment of pastries (all baked in Bouchon’s own Venetian bakery—which also has two other small outposts on the property), or at least the massive pecan sticky bun, which comes with all the right qualities: gooey syrup, caramelized pecans, and a lingering feeling of guilt. This is definitely the most civilized breakfast in Las Vegas.

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Bouchon Bistro

For quite good reason, Chef Thomas Keller’s Bouchon, now in its tenth year, is consistently cited as one of the best breakfast spots in Las Vegas. There’s a traditional Parisian-bistro feel, with wide open doors and windows looking out on one of the most manicured pool scenes in the city. Also, a lovely menu, from which you can choose a lot or very little. One must is the assortment of pastries (all baked in Bouchon’s own Venetian bakery—which also has two other small outposts on the property), or at least the massive pecan sticky bun, which comes with all the right qualities: gooey syrup, caramelized pecans, and a lingering feeling of guilt. This is definitely the most civilized breakfast in Las Vegas.