Whether you’re waking up at 6 a.m. or 6 p.m., there’s a Vegas-style pick-me-up waiting.
Hot stuff! A variety of French pastries await you at Rosallie Le French Cafe.
The rustic flavors of southern France find a home in Las Vegas at Rosallie Le French Café, a charming coffee shop that’s elevated the Spring Valley food scene since quietly debuting in fall 2015. Owner Jonathan Pluvinet carries on a family tradition stateside—his parents opened the original Rosallie restaurant in Nice, France, in 1983—bringing with him a mouthwatering range of authentic breads and pastries (think chocolate croissants and macarons), fresh soups and salads, and hearty sandwiches. The star of Pluvinet’s menu is the Sud, a prosciutto and red pepper-stuffed sandwich on house-made country bread, although the café’s beverage offerings, including premium French press coffees, espressos, and a variety of loose-leaf teas, also shouldn’t be missed. Bon appétit! 6090 S. Rainbow Blvd., 702-998-4121
Harvest by Roy Ellamar
Harvest’s Beets by Roy, amped up with smoky mezcal.
So you slept through breakfast (or at least standard American breakfast hours—but who said you were a conformist?). Take comfort in the fact that one of the city’s most buzzed-about restaurants, Bellagio’s Harvest by Roy Ellamar, might only be open for dinner but offers farm-fresh cocktails that should have you feeling bright-eyed and clearheaded in no time. For a quick kick, opt for one of Bellagio Master Mixologist Ricardo Murcia’s creations such as the Beets by Roy, a combination of mezcal, cold-pressed beet juice, and Mandarin syrup that arrives garnished with a goat cheese-stuffed beet cone, or the Kiwi Collins, in which Grey Goose Le Citron is coupled with organic kale-apple juice and kiwi. Bellagio, 702-693-8865
Eggslut’s titular Slut.
For the past five years, Angelenos have maintained the best egg sandwiches in LA come from Eggslut, an unobtrusive counter tucked inside downtown’s Grand Central Market. This spring, Alvin Cailan, the culinary whiz kid behind the counter, will expand his cult-favorite concept to Vegas, setting up shop inside Cosmopolitan to serve his signature sandwiches and syrup-smothered biscuits to diehard fans and the uninitiated both day and night. Expect the long lines of the original, though it will be worth the wait to get acquainted with dishes like the Gaucho, a south of the border-style mash-up of seared Wagyu tri-tip steak, chimichurri, and egg on a brioche bun, or the (classic) Slut, a coddled egg atop potato purée that’s poached in a glass jar and sprinkled with chives and gray salt.Cosmopolitan; 702-698-7000