Las Vegas has been a hotbed of fine dining for years—Mario Carbone, Alain Ducasse, Thomas Keller and Jose Andres all have restaurants in Sin City—but at 2am, quite possibly tanked out of your mind, cutting up steak drenched in fois gras butter under crystal chandeliers is not everyone's first choice.
Enter Eggslut, because why not? What goes better with a 3-foot-tall slushy than a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich from one of the most popular breakfast spots on the West Coast? Really, how has it taken them this long to get to Las Vegas? According to the LA Times, Eggslut will be opening at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in 2016, undoubtedly bringing their long lines and oozing egg sandwiches with them. Founder and chef Alvin Cailan tells the LA Times, "We want to keep it true to what made us popular here in LA. Breakfast in Vegas is, you know, usually a Starbucks muffin and a coffee or like the buffet. We figured, why not put our stamp on things in Vegas?"
It's clear that 2016 is going to be a standout year for the restaurant: Eggslut recently announced their expansion to Venice as well. But while Venice beachgoers will likely stop off before or after their morning surf, we're pretty sure the lines in Vegas are going to be just as busy at night. Vegas never sleeps, and there's always time to get sloppy.