View from guest room @ the M Resort Spa Casino
I’ve been back to Las Vegas twice in the past 2 months to visit my gracious youngest sister and my accommodating and affable brother-in-law, and to explore the possibility of purchasing a little house there. I really appreciate spending time with them. I like the desert. I like the wide open feel and the view of the mountains. I also like The Strip and gaming, the spas, the shopping. And most of all, the dining!
Over the years we’ve been fortunate to have eaten dinner at so many of the top restaurants with their world-renowned chefs (recent review of Julian Serrano here). But I equally enjoy the hotel cafés. I like to sit outside overlooking the pool in the early morning with a cup of coffee, and read a magazine with a warm dry desert breeze a blowing…
Red Cup Café @ the M, 7:01 AM
Even after playing Blackjack well into the evening, I always wake up early and head down to the hotel café. Accurate time stamps on the photos are thanks to digital photography.
View from Café Vettro @ 7:04 AM
Have you noticed that all the Coffee Shops here are no longer called that? It’s Café.
Technology with Breakfast. I’m usually alone at this hour.
Satisfying Spa Omelette
Mon Ami Gabi at the Paris Hotel is perpetually our favorite place for lunch. With its authentic French bistro menu, open-air seating, and views of The Strip and fountains at the Bellagio, it is one very popular spot!
white wine and herbs, served with frites
vanilla, chocolate & caramel ice cream filled pastries
hot double chocolate fudge sauce
Do you have recommendations for dining in Las Vegas? Breakfast, lunch, dinner or cocktails – we would love your input!