Feeling full, and I wasn’t even halfway through this breakfast. (Jo Piazza)
Only on the advice of an employee at the taxi stand did we hear about Hash House, and we were relieved to find no line, football playing at the bar, and tasty, ginormous portions that I was simply no match for. I could barely finish my corned beef hash before stabbing with futility at the 18-inch flapjacks, as you can see here.
A guy eating next to us, meanwhile, was working on the most violent-looking barbecue-griddled flank steak I’ve ever seen, which had a large knife stuck in it. You can also take your best shot with the massive Andy’s Sage Fried Chicken.
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The ham-carving station (Buddy V’s Ristorante)
This family-style restaurant inside the Palazzo had a big year, winning Best Sunday Brunch in the Silver State Culinary Awards. For .95 per person ($14.95 per child), you can gorge yourself on panettone French toast, maple-glazed ham at the carving station, charcuterie, Italian sausage, and lots more, topped with cannoli or red velvet cake for dessert. And if you’re taking the hair-of-the-dog strategy from Saturday night, drink a bottomless bloody Mary or sangria for $14.95.
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Bring Your Own Pajamas. (Courtesy: Simon at Palms Place)
Isn’t everything more civilized in our pajamas? This place seems to agree. While they may be housed in the Palms, they don’t take themselves too seriously — servers wear their finest PJs, and patrons are encouraged to do the same.
Simon serves breakfast, but it’s best known for its weekend brunch, with seasonal and organic ingredients. The brunch costs $39.50 per person, and options include a lobster Havarti Benedict, sushi, and the “white trash” section, with chicken-fried chicken, eggs sunny side up, and pigs in a blanket. You’ll chow down with a sweet view of the Palms Place pool, which is just outside.
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"Microwave Egg Cookers, Set Of 2"
Kitchen (bulk buys)