Last Updated on September 27, 2022
Eat Restaurant in downtown Las Vegas is an unassuming breakfast and lunch joint in the heart of downtown Las Vegas’ revival near the new Container Park. It has some of the best brunch foods in the area locally sourced, but you’d never know by looking at the front.
The interior is rustic with exposed ductwork and hanging light bulbs from the ceiling making Eat look as intended – like a simple neighborhood joint with an outdoor patio if the weather’s good.
The food reflects that simple, rustic style, too. Hearty, fresh, locally sourced, organic ingredients fuel Chef Natalie Young to create delicious comfort food meals that are simple with a twist in downtown Vegas.
One of the favorite meals at EAT is the Killer Grilled Cheese – and it definitely lives up to its name. Its made with aged cheddar on thick slices of sourdough bread and served with tomato soup. Its ridiculously good and brings you back to your childhood.
Another feature you find at EAT is All Day Eggs, which is music to my ears. While you can easily order a typical American breakfast, one of the highlights of the breakfast menu and an amazing egg dish is the Truffled Egg Sandwich – two eggs scrambled, with green onions, wild mushrooms, feta cheese, and bacon on ciabatta with chive potatoes on the side. Yum!
I bet you’ve never seen Deviled Eggs like La Kat’s Deep-Fried Deviled Eggs! The whites of hard boiled eggs are fried, while the yolks are scooped out and mixed with some seasoning and piped back into the eggs and covered with bacon, chives, and hot sauce. They are stupid good!
Another menu staple is Huevos Motulenos – two eggs over-easy, black beans, peas, pico, feta cheese, sauteed bananas (what?!), and a corn tortilla smothered with red and green New Mexican chile sauce.
Even their drink menu is interesting. Of course, you can get all the standard soda, coffee, and flat and sparkling waters, but why not try organic juices, fresh-brewed passion fruit iced tea, or sparkling strawberry lemonade. But just remember you won’t find any alcohol at EAT, even for brunch.
Here’s a few more Las Vegans Eat favorite dishes:
Ordering EAT Online
Did you know you can order online now and get all your homecooked favorites for pickup Monday, Thursday, and Fridays from 8am – 2pm.
Thursday – Monday: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Location and Directions
707 Carson St. (at 7th)
Las Vegas, NV 89101
What are Chef Natalie Young’s Vegas restaurants?
Chef Natalie Young started with Eat in downtown Las Vegas, and recently opened Old Soul in World Market Center.
Street Metered Parking Available (coins and credit cards accepted), but not much of it. So you may need to pay for a parking lot nearby.