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15 Places to Cure a Hangover in Las Vegas

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Maybe it’s the whole “what happens here, stays here” thing, but Las Vegas certainly seems like a consequence-free place. That’s why the city’s signature did-I-really-take-that-many-shots-last-night variety of hangover feels so cruel. One moment, a visitor might be signaling for another bottle of Grey Goose at the club, the next wondering why the hotel room is spinning and what makes the southern Nevada sunshine so bright.

When hangovers strike in Las Vegas, the cure can come in the form of bottomless drinks, a greasy meal, or even something unexpectedly healthy. Whatever the remedy might be, here’s where to find it in Las Vegas.

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Roberto's Taco Shop

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Roberto’s Taco Shops are a Vegas mainstay for a reason. Home to crave-able tacos, super cheesy quesadillas, and crunchy taquitos, most locations are open 24 hours. Some — like this one — even have a drive-thru. Order a platter of carne asada fries with everything. And request extra red sauce to pour over your cheese-covered sour cream-drenched refried bean-smothered carne asada-slathered pile of fries.

Binion's Cafe

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Fans of Parks and Recreation know that there’s only one Ron Swanson-approved cure for a hangover: a big burger. The cafe inside Binion’s Gambling Hall & Hotel has the ideal option for those who crave beef after a night of over-imbibing. The Hangover Burger topped with a fried egg, two

strips of bacon, and two slices of cheese, on a grilled brioche bun.

Du-par's Restaurant and Bakery

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Du-par’s has been serving diner staples since 1938, and its pancakes are some of the best in the Valley. So leave it to the pros to whip up stacks of hotcakes to soak up the booze in your belly.

Downtown Terrace

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For those who experience Fremont Street a little too hard, Downtown Terrace offers brunch with bottomless mimosas seven days a week starting at $25 or bottomless bloody Marys for $21.

Bottomless mimosas at Downtown Terrace
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Vesta Coffee Roasters

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Wake yourself up with a hot cup of coffee, fresh-roasted on site. Vesta’s coffee is expertly crafted, good enough for requesting an extra shot of espresso. Or two.

Buldogis

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Haejangguk is a Korean chicken noodle soup that’s colloquially referred to as hangover soup, thanks to its combination of hydrating broth and fortifying protein. Anyone suffering from a hangover on the west side of Las Vegas — or anyone with enough life force to get in an Uber — can find the Korean hangover soup at Buldogis with chicken, beef bulgogi, or pork belly.

Hangover soup at Buldogis
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Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge

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Settle into this late-night diner and settle your stomach with a bloody Mary and fries. At least the room’s mirrored surfaces and cool purple light will take on a kaleidoscopic appearance if you’re still seeing double.

El Compa Birria Tatemada

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Nothing comforts a hangover quite like a hot bowl of menudo. This casual off-Strip Mxican restaurant serves rich and fragrant menudo blanco that comes with onions, mint, lime, and fresh tortillas. Bonus: chips and bean dip are brought to your table as your soup is being made.

Hash House A Go Go

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Everything is massive at Hash House A Go Go, including the appropriately named Big O’ Pancakes, which are available with bacon cooked right in for two hangover cures in one.

Bacon pancakes at Hash House A Go Go
Hash House A Go Go

The Henry

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When only breakfast will set you right, this 24-hour restaurant serves breakfast all-day. Settle into a booth in this restaurant that has lots of inoffensive dim lighting and dig into eggs and waffles.

Eggslut

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A greasy breakfast sandwich devoured on a hotel bed can be heaven after a night of drinking. Diners who crave eggs, cheese, and bread can grab a breakfast sandwich at Eggslut at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Options include bacon, egg, and cheese on brioche; wagyu tri-tip, eggs. and chimchurri; and bread-free options for gluten-free hangover sufferers.

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Eggslut

The Juice Standard

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Las Vegas lore has foretold of a strange creature who craves something healthy after an evening of beer, wine, and liquor. Such a cure can be found at The Juice Standard. The grab-and-go spot has multiple Las Vegas locations, including the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The Bee Magnificent juice includes dates, which are an often-overlooked hangover cure.

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Rí Rá Irish Pub

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For those who live by the hair-of-the-dog rule but still need the energy to take on the day, Irish coffee is a surefire solution. Rí Rá Irish Pub at Mandalay Place serves it along with an all-day Irish breakfast including eggs, Irish bangers, and rashers plus sautéed mushrooms and toast.

Irish coffee at Rí Rá Irish Pub
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BabyStacks

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Can’t tell if you need sweet pancakes or savory eggs? Get both at Babystacks. t any of its locations, order an omelet or egg and potato skillet, and get a short stack side of pancakes in flavors like lemon ricotta, Nutella, and cinnamon swirl.

Thick & Thin Treats

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This smoothie, juice, and ice cream shop has all sorts of fruit and veggie-packed cups and bottles to settle your stomach. After a night out, try the Detox juice, a blend of celery, cucumber, apple, pineapple, ginger, lemon, and parsley.

Roberto's Taco Shop

Roberto’s Taco Shops are a Vegas mainstay for a reason. Home to crave-able tacos, super cheesy quesadillas, and crunchy taquitos, most locations are open 24 hours. Some — like this one — even have a drive-thru. Order a platter of carne asada fries with everything. And request extra red sauce to pour over your cheese-covered sour cream-drenched refried bean-smothered carne asada-slathered pile of fries.

Binion's Cafe

Fans of Parks and Recreation know that there’s only one Ron Swanson-approved cure for a hangover: a big burger. The cafe inside Binion’s Gambling Hall & Hotel has the ideal option for those who crave beef after a night of over-imbibing. The Hangover Burger topped with a fried egg, two

strips of bacon, and two slices of cheese, on a grilled brioche bun.

Du-par's Restaurant and Bakery

Du-par’s has been serving diner staples since 1938, and its pancakes are some of the best in the Valley. So leave it to the pros to whip up stacks of hotcakes to soak up the booze in your belly.

Downtown Terrace

For those who experience Fremont Street a little too hard, Downtown Terrace offers brunch with bottomless mimosas seven days a week starting at $25 or bottomless bloody Marys for $21.

Bottomless mimosas at Downtown Terrace
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Vesta Coffee Roasters

Wake yourself up with a hot cup of coffee, fresh-roasted on site. Vesta’s coffee is expertly crafted, good enough for requesting an extra shot of espresso. Or two.

Buldogis

Haejangguk is a Korean chicken noodle soup that’s colloquially referred to as hangover soup, thanks to its combination of hydrating broth and fortifying protein. Anyone suffering from a hangover on the west side of Las Vegas — or anyone with enough life force to get in an Uber — can find the Korean hangover soup at Buldogis with chicken, beef bulgogi, or pork belly.

Hangover soup at Buldogis
Facebook

Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge

Settle into this late-night diner and settle your stomach with a bloody Mary and fries. At least the room’s mirrored surfaces and cool purple light will take on a kaleidoscopic appearance if you’re still seeing double.

El Compa Birria Tatemada

Nothing comforts a hangover quite like a hot bowl of menudo. This casual off-Strip Mxican restaurant serves rich and fragrant menudo blanco that comes with onions, mint, lime, and fresh tortillas. Bonus: chips and bean dip are brought to your table as your soup is being made.

Hash House A Go Go

Everything is massive at Hash House A Go Go, including the appropriately named Big O’ Pancakes, which are available with bacon cooked right in for two hangover cures in one.

Bacon pancakes at Hash House A Go Go
Hash House A Go Go

The Henry

When only breakfast will set you right, this 24-hour restaurant serves breakfast all-day. Settle into a booth in this restaurant that has lots of inoffensive dim lighting and dig into eggs and waffles.

Eggslut

A greasy breakfast sandwich devoured on a hotel bed can be heaven after a night of drinking. Diners who crave eggs, cheese, and bread can grab a breakfast sandwich at Eggslut at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Options include bacon, egg, and cheese on brioche; wagyu tri-tip, eggs. and chimchurri; and bread-free options for gluten-free hangover sufferers.

Eggslut
Eggslut

The Juice Standard

Las Vegas lore has foretold of a strange creature who craves something healthy after an evening of beer, wine, and liquor. Such a cure can be found at The Juice Standard. The grab-and-go spot has multiple Las Vegas locations, including the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The Bee Magnificent juice includes dates, which are an often-overlooked hangover cure.

The Juice Standard
Facebook

Rí Rá Irish Pub

For those who live by the hair-of-the-dog rule but still need the energy to take on the day, Irish coffee is a surefire solution. Rí Rá Irish Pub at Mandalay Place serves it along with an all-day Irish breakfast including eggs, Irish bangers, and rashers plus sautéed mushrooms and toast.

Irish coffee at Rí Rá Irish Pub
Yelp/Eileen A.

BabyStacks

Can’t tell if you need sweet pancakes or savory eggs? Get both at Babystacks. t any of its locations, order an omelet or egg and potato skillet, and get a short stack side of pancakes in flavors like lemon ricotta, Nutella, and cinnamon swirl.

Thick & Thin Treats

This smoothie, juice, and ice cream shop has all sorts of fruit and veggie-packed cups and bottles to settle your stomach. After a night out, try the Detox juice, a blend of celery, cucumber, apple, pineapple, ginger, lemon, and parsley.

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