On and Off the Strip: Sadelle's, The Stove and more
On the Strip: Sadelle’s
The original Sadelle’s is a beloved breakfast and lunch haunt located in lower Manhattan known for its bagels and lox. But the new Vegas version (Bellagio, 702.693.7075) has perfected lunch and dinner comfort foods, too.
Did I mention there’s a dessert cart? Yes, you read that right—sweets on wheels. It’s heaven, really. After selecting your pastries, you’ll need to order a fish and bagel tower like the smoked Scottish salmon or the rich sablefish. You can also choose between a classic egg sandwich loaded with bacon and Muenster cheese or the healthy version with egg whites, arugula and green chili. Feeling fancy? Add trout roe or Baeri royal caviar to soft scrambled eggs or the latke royale with house salmon and crème fraîche.
Lunch service starts at 11 a.m., offering fresh seafood selections, matzo ball soup and triple-decker sandwiches with turkey, roast beef, salami or ham. Whether you’re ready for breakfast, lunch or dinner, it’s always a good time for Sadelle’s. –Leslie Ventura
Off the Strip: The Stove
The Mimosa Garden is the latest installation at rising local favorite The Stove (11261 Eastern Ave., Henderson, 702.625.5216), a brunch-centric destination from the minds of chefs Antonio Nunez and Scott Commings. The Stove’s offerings have always been eclectic but this takes the fun and flavor to another level. Dishes including burrata caprese, mini-meatballs and chocolate-covered strawberries complement unlimited house bubbles or French Champagne. And the Chambong, an interactive cocktail with house-made flavors including blackberry, orange, pineapple, peach and hibiscus, is a festive match for The Stove’s highly social brunch experience. –Brock Radke
Mexican favorite T&T at Luxor has morphed into a new restaurant, but the good news is the chef holding court in the kitchen is still doing his thing (the talented Saul Ortiz) and the new eatery is another proven name. Diablo’s Cantina (Luxor, 702.262.5225) was a popular Strip-side spot for years. This updated version is more intimate and authentic, thanks to Ortiz’s faithful renditions and innovations on Mexico City-style cuisine. Don’t miss the aguachile shrimp ceviche and achiote-marinated steak fajitas. –BR