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Unread 10-20-2009, 02:41 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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Default Who has the best pancakes in Vegas?

I put my vote in for the Hash House.I went there last Thursday and got the brown sugar banana pancake.Not only was it delicious it was HUGE!No way I or my wife could finish it.
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Unread 10-20-2009, 03:26 PM
 
Location: Beautiful Upstate NY!
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Unread 10-21-2009, 02:10 AM
 
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
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The Original Pancake House. They have the best pancakes and the worst website. They don't look anything like the house on this page and they don't know how to show their food, but there is a link to locations. There are four in Las Vegas. The Original Pancake House

Next is The Cracked Egg. They don't know how to create a website either, but the food is great. Welcome :: The Cracked Egg, Great Service and Home-Cooked Meals, 6435 S. Rainbow #100, Las Vegas, Nevada (NV) 89118

After that is probably Mimi's. Mimis Cafe

For breakfast the Coffee Pub used to be the favorite of all the local movers and shakers, but I've never had pancakes there. Plus they have new owners so quality has suffered a lot. We still go now and then but it's kind of a sad image of it's former self.
Coffee Pub - Las Vegas, NV, 89102 - Citysearch

Jamms is still good though. "JAMM'S RESTUARANT for BREAKFAST & LUNCH in LAS VEGAS"

I personally avoid IHOP at all costs. They suck.
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Unread 10-21-2009, 12:56 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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The Original Pancake House. They have the best pancakes and the worst website. They don't look anything like the house on this page and they don't know how to show their food, but there is a link to locations. There are four in Las Vegas. The Original Pancake House

Next is The Cracked Egg. They don't know how to create a website either, but the food is great. Welcome :: The Cracked Egg, Great Service and Home-Cooked Meals, 6435 S. Rainbow #100, Las Vegas, Nevada (NV) 89118

After that is probably Mimi's. Mimis Cafe

For breakfast the Coffee Pub used to be the favorite of all the local movers and shakers, but I've never had pancakes there. Plus they have new owners so quality has suffered a lot. We still go now and then but it's kind of a sad image of it's former self.
Coffee Pub - Las Vegas, NV, 89102 - Citysearch

Jamms is still good though. "JAMM'S RESTUARANT for BREAKFAST & LUNCH in LAS VEGAS"

I personally avoid IHOP at all costs. They suck.

I love Jamms!Great food and service.I hear they are now open for dinner.
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Unread 10-22-2009, 03:07 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
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I love Jamms!Great food and service.I hear they are now open for dinner.
According to the RJ food editor they are.

THE DISH: Jamms offering dinner, including pot pies, burgers and meatloaf - Neon - ReviewJournal.com
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Unread 10-22-2009, 03:23 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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Jamm's IS open for dinner. They have wonderfullly wonderful pancakes, and for dinner, one of their items is little hot dog sliders...OMG..so cute and yummy!

The Cracked Egg on Cheyenne, delish pancakes, love that place, especially the fresh baked warm, piece of coffee cake you get with most breakfast combos. Sometimes, not all the time though, I get just pancakes and a piece of whatever flavor coffeecake of the day is
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Unread 10-22-2009, 04:39 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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Great thread! I've really been missing the pancakes at "lumberjack" mom-n-pops in the Inland Northwest and Tortilla Flats in Santa Fe, NM, but pancakes I've tried here have been all miss (no hit) for me. (I'll spare those restaurants a bad review, as they had other good dishes, but just couldn't do decent pancakes.) Now I've got some promising joints to try.

If I may threadjack a bit, where can one find the best eggs benedict?

I'm a big fan of real hollandaise (no "cheese sauce"). I settle for powder base, since most restaurants obviously don't have time/resources to make it from scratch and keep it; but a place that makes it from scratch would certainly rule, nonetheless. Also, I don't like places that are stingy about the sauce. I can make an english muffin sandwich with poached eggs at home. It's the sauce that's a pain, especially for a bachelor like me who has no extra hands to help coordinate at the stove (even the powdered stuff can be tough to manage in tandem with the poached eggs), so I eat out specifically for the sauce. Altogether, though, any eggs benedict fans out there can pretty much project what I'm after using their own taste, so an exemplary recommendation would have my utmost gratitude.

Sidenote: The Mega Cafe near Buffalo and Vegas was nothing particularly special, but they made a tasty eggs benedict, plenty of sauce, and with three helpings instead of the usual two. They mysteriously closed and I miss them. Still, this is a good opportunity to branch out and find a really special eggs benedict. In Santa Fe, such could be found at the Guadalupe Cafe, if anyone's tried their eggs benedict and knows something comparable. Also, the Mark IV in Moscow, ID before they went to new management, but that's a stretch to find anyone familiar with that.
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Unread 10-22-2009, 04:50 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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Great thread! I've really been missing the pancakes at "lumberjack" mom-n-pops in the Inland Northwest and Tortilla Flats in Santa Fe, NM, but pancakes I've tried here have been all miss (no hit) for me. (I'll spare those restaurants a bad review, as they had other good dishes, but just couldn't do decent pancakes.) Now I've got some promising joints to try.

If I may threadjack a bit, where can one find the best eggs benedict?

I'm a big fan of real hollandaise (no "cheese sauce"). I settle for powder base, since most restaurants obviously don't have time/resources to make it from scratch and keep it; but a place that makes it from scratch would certainly rule, nonetheless. Also, I don't like places that are stingy about the sauce. I can make an english muffin sandwich with poached eggs at home. It's the sauce that's a pain, especially for a bachelor like me who has no extra hands to help coordinate at the stove (even the powdered stuff can be tough to manage in tandem with the poached eggs), so I eat out specifically for the sauce. Altogether, though, any eggs benedict fans out there can pretty much project what I'm after using their own taste, so an exemplary recommendation would have my utmost gratitude.

Sidenote: The Mega Cafe near Buffalo and Vegas was nothing particularly special, but they made a tasty eggs benedict, plenty of sauce, and with three helpings instead of the usual two. They mysteriously closed and I miss them. Still, this is a good opportunity to branch out and find a really special eggs benedict. In Santa Fe, such could be found at the Guadalupe Cafe, if anyone's tried their eggs benedict and knows something comparable. Also, the Mark IV in Moscow, ID before they went to new management, but that's a stretch to find anyone familiar with that.
For eggs benedict, I'd try The Egg and I, West Sahara Avenue, just East of Decatur. A couple of different egg bendict dishes, and I love the hollandaise sauce they give you, I always request it on the side. Don't know if it's the real thing or powder form, but man, it's good!
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Unread 10-22-2009, 04:56 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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For eggs benedict, I'd try The Egg and I, West Sahara Avenue, just East of Decatur. A couple of different egg bendict dishes, and I love the hollandaise sauce they give you, I always request it on the side. Don't know if it's the real thing or powder form, but man, it's good!
Wow, that was fast. Thanks! And thanks in advance to anyone else...
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Unread 10-22-2009, 04:59 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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For breakfasts (not necessarily pancakes), I like Mollie's Kountry Kafe (Jones/Cheyenne). I've been to Blueberry Hill on Decatur, south of Charleston - their food was pretty good, but the one time we went, the service sucked (bad). We probably won't be back there again, for that reason alone.
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