Way up in the North West area of Las Vegas is a little bakery and breakfast spot that is serving up the best eggs benedict in Las Vegas. Located in Centennial Hills, this breakfast and brunch spot is the perfect place to stop and grab a bite and maybe a coffee before heading up to Mt. Charleston.

In 2014, Lulu’s Bread and Breakfast was voted best benedict by LV Weekly. I mean, with a name like Benicio Del Porko, how could you go wrong? We set out to try it and ended up finding an awesome little spot for breakfast and brunch.

Lulu’s is quaint and super cute. The decor looks like a little farmhouse kitchen. The menu isn’t extensive but there is plenty of goodness to satisfy your early morning sweet tooth. There is a whole menu full of flavored coffees and you can find freshly baked breads and rolls herewith a different selection every day.

We set out to try the Benicio Del Porko. A rather unique eggs benedict. It starts with corn bread and they top that with BBQ pulled pork. They layer an egg over the pork and top it all of with charred corn, hollandaise and BBQ sauce. It is rich, sweet, goodness that melts in your mouth. I doubt you’ll find another Benedict like it in Las Vegas.

Imagine what delicious BBQ pulled pork that has been smoking all day tastes like on a hot Summer day when you’re just lounging in the pool. Now imagine having that for breakfast. That’s what this tasted like. We can see why it was voted best benedict by LV Weekly. If you’re in the area or just feeling up to the drive we recommend checking this place out. It’s well worth the drive just to get your mouth on this tasty morsel.

Best Benedict in Las Vegas

Do you have a favorite eggs benedict in Las Vegas or one you think we should try? Let us know in the comments down below.

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