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Vegas - Strong Coffee and Pastries near the Paris?

Suebee Jun 28, 2007 07:32 PM

Mr. Suebee and I are heading to Vegas next week and we're not big on big breakfasts. We're looking for somewhere in or near the Paris Hotel where we can find good to great coffee and excellent pastries. Any thoughts?

Thanks!

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    ziggylu Jun 28, 2007 09:00 PM

    Right there in Paris you'll find the boulangerie(forget the name) that serves crossaint, pain au chocolate, pain au raisin, baguettes, and other assorted morning yummies (muffins, danish, etc)along with decent coffee. There is also a Le Notre in the Paris serving true pastries, don't remember if they're open in the morning. The creperie isn't bad either and is right between the two.

    Across the street at the Bellagio you'll find Jean-Philippe patisserie serving beautiful and delicious pastries as well as crepes, croissants, gelato. Definitely stop in here if not to eat to enjoy the visual feast they've created.

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    1. re: ziggylu
      Suebee Jun 28, 2007 09:04 PM

      Yes, I totally forgot about Jean-Philippe patisserie. We've never been, but it's on my list and a great idea - thanks so much!

      Suebee

      1. re: Suebee
        ciaogal Jun 29, 2007 05:40 AM

        Try the Brioche @ Jean-Philippe.... they are amazing.

        1. re: ciaogal
          Suebee Jun 30, 2007 07:26 AM

          Yum, will do!

      2. re: ziggylu
        Debbie W Jun 28, 2007 09:22 PM

        Lenotre is definitely open in the morning. We've had many pain au chocolate and coffee breakfasts there. It's been a couple years, but as of then the morning pastries were delightful.

      3. dbug31 Jun 30, 2007 04:01 AM

        Bouchon before 10:30 am...
        or try the kiosk afterwards in The Venetian as well.

        That being said Jean-Philippe is tasty too.

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        1. re: dbug31
          Suebee Jun 30, 2007 07:28 AM

          We were thinking about Bouchon for breakfast so thanks for the suggestion. Do you think we need to make a reservation (we already have a res for dinner!)? Thanks!

          1. re: Suebee
            alanstotle Jun 30, 2007 08:13 AM

            If you're asking about a reservation at Bouchon for breakfast (?) then it's a moot point. Bouchon doesn't take reservations for breakfast. Also, they serve breakfast only on weekdays.

            We arrived at Bouchon around 9:00 and waited about 5 minutes to be seated. Just enough time to peruse the Yountville newspaper and sample the small pastries they had in the waiting area.

            1. re: alanstotle
              Suebee Jun 30, 2007 09:17 AM

              They have the Yountville newspaper in Vegas? So cute! And ok, good to know, no reservations in the AM. Thanks!

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