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Brunch at Mon Ami Gabi – Paris, Las Vegas

June 27, 2016

There’s nothing like a hearty brunch after a late night of boozing and losing money at the tables in Vegas. If you’re looking for a casual but classy spot with some of the best people watching on The Strip, look no further than the patio at Mon Ami Gabi in Paris Hotel.Β mon-ami-gabi-paris-las-vegasIt’s shaded to shield you from the blistering Vegas sun, and there’s always lots of live music playing on Las Vegas Blvd. You’ll also likely spot a few people stumbling back to their hotel from the night before. Get the party started with a mimosa or a custom Bloody Mary from their bar, kick back, and enjoy the view.

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bloody-mary-las-vegas-stripOne of the things I love about Mon Ami Gabi is their wonderful service. Your water will never get more than a few sips down before someone whizzes over to refill it. They’re as friendly as they are efficient, too.

I got a turkey, egg, cheddar, and avocado croissant sandwich. This had mayonnaise on it as well, and that’s really my only complaint – there was way too much on there. The sandwich was super hearty, and the croissant was flaky and delicious! If you’re getting this as a standalone dish, I would order a side of potatoes or fruit to make this a rounded breakfast or brunch.

best-brunch-las-vegasI got major order envy when they showed up with Jamie’s Quiche Lorraine. This was incredible. Β Cheesy, flavorful eggs were surrounded with a perfectly crispy crust.

mon-ami-gabi-brunch-quicheWe rounded out the meal with the star of the show: Bananas Foster Waffles. These are drizzled with caramel sauce and served with a heaping helping of fresh whipped cream. The waffles themselves are the stuff dreams are made of. They’re crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside.

waffles-las-vegas paris-las-vegas-brunch las-vegas-brunch-mon-ami-gabiThe brunch at Mon Ami Gabi is an all-around bargain for the service and the view you get. The breakfast and brunch dishes average $12-15. I’d also recommend stopping in for dinner if you’re jonesing for a steak and don’t want to spend hundreds. Their steaks are reasonably priced, cooked well, and their bearnaise sauce is to die for.

paris-las-vegasPlus, you get to dine in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. And if you can’t take a trip to Paris, this place is the second best thing.

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