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Serendipity 3 Las Vegas: You Need It!

By February 11, 2013

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French Toast at Serendipity 3
Ginormous. That is the best way to describe how big your entree will be at Serendipity 3. It's huge! Breakfast at Serendipity 3 Las Vegas at Caesars Palace will have you worried about the top 2 buttons on your pants and you'll consider walking around in sweat pants for the duration of the morning. The problem with the food at Serendipity 3 is that it's good. Essentially, if they served you junk it would not matter because you would just stop when you became uncomfortable. That is the problem with Serendipity 3 Las Vegas, you don't stop because the food is really worth finishing. My advice is to share!

Breakfast: The Saints and Sinners French Toast Log might intimidate you with its sheer size but step back and examine what you get. It is the perfect combination of sweet and savory. It is a dish that is meant to share with that special person in your life that does not like it the way you do. Two dishes in one, two forks, one plate and soon something magical happens and you are going to the other side. This dish could make a marriage. The french toast is all about compromise. I'll give you some chocolate if you give me some bacon. The French Toast Log at Serendipity 3 could bring together foes and friends alike. I"ll go out on a limb and say that the balance of flavors on this dish could in fact bring us closer to world peace. There I said it!

Have it before all the divorce lawyers get it yanked off the menu because it brings harmony to eating on the Las Vega strip.

Lunch: The heirloom tomato salad will have you craving burrata cheese for months and the tuna tacos are so light and fresh that you will not notice when you finish a serving for two.

Dessert: How can you even talk about Serendipity 3 without mentioning the frozen hot chocolate? You can't. Get one from the take out window and then do some fine people watching right outside Caesars Palace.


Need more ideas for breakfast in Las Vegas? We have them.


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