Two couples enjoying late night dining in Las Vegas

One of the best things about Las Vegas is the availability of dining options throughout the city. From popular Michelin star and celebrity-driven restaurants to obscure, hole-in-the-wall eateries, Vegas has without a doubt become a city known just as much for its food as it is known for its entertainment. With that being said, the two often go together. A night spent out on the town partying or gambling can mean looking for restaurants open 24 hours. To help with your late night search, we’ve compiled a few of our favorite Las Vegas 24-hour restaurants.

Mr. Lucky’s at the Hard Rock

Sporting hardwood floors and wall décor that pays homage to classic rock stars and those that have performed at Hard Rock Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Mr. Lucky’s is a legendary 24-hour diner. Serving colossal dishes, spiked milkshakes, breakfast items, burgers, and sandwiches Mr. Lucky’s isn’t your typical casino coffee shop diner, although they do offer daily specials and “Get Lucky” Happy Hour specials. This late night dining destination also offers their Mr. Lucky’s Breakfast Bloody Mary with Svedka vodka, house spicy bloody mary mix, shrimp cocktail, a beef jerky stick, deviled egg, breakfast slider, celery and a pickle spear, plus you get to keep the glass! If you’re mouth isn’t watering yet, don’t worry, we’re open all night long.

Peppermill Restaurant

The iconic Peppermill Restaurant & Fireside Lounge proudly states it’s “as Vegas as Vegas can get”. The Peppermill has been serving hearty dishes and oversized portions in Las Vegas since 1972. The late night dining option has been the backdrop for classic films and TV shows like “Casino” and “Showgirls”. This one-of-a-kind Las Vegas restaurant and lounge is a must-visit if you’re in the city and looking for an old-school Vegas experience.

Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant

Family owned and operated, Blueberry Hill has been whipping up old-fashioned, made-from-scratch buttermilk pancakes since 1966. But it’s not just the pancakes that sets this 24 hour diner apart from the rest. The entire menu of oversized comfort food, large portions, reasonable prices, and prompt service are what keep people coming back to this quintessential diner. Next time you’re looking for late night dining in Las Vegas, Blueberry Hill will welcome you with open arms and mouth-watering pancakes.

Hash House A Go Go

Known for very large portions, and it’s “twisted farm food” Hash House A Go Go at The LINQ has been serving Midwest inspired food for over two decades at their Las Vegas restaurant locations. Famous favorites include the Sage Fried Chicken, Hand-Hammered Fried Pork Tenderloin, and the HH Big O’ Pancakes, to name a few!  The entire menu of over-sized comfort food, reasonable prices, and prompt service are what keep people coming back to this quintessential diner.

Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery

Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery has been serving American fare since 1938. Located at the off-Strip Suncoast Hotel & Casino in Summerlin, this Las Vegas restaurant and bakery delivers large portions, delicious stacked pancakes, and fresh-baked pies. The 75-year old diner is most famous for its “old-fashioned buttermilk hotcakes” but it also serves hamburgers, fruit pies, and much more. Stop by this 24 hour diner to get your fill of crave-worthy dishes.

When your late night food cravings happen, check out the above 24 hour restaurants in Las Vegas. You won’t be disappointed! Put your mind and your wallet at ease with exclusive offers and dining discounts at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.