T took me to Blueberry Hill on E. Flamingo Road during our “mini-moon”. His company kindly gave him 3 extra days off after our wedding and because I’m going to be residing here for good, we thought it’d be the best time for me to “catch up” and learn as much of the city as possible. In those 3 days, we did many things, including visiting a sex museum (but that’s going to be saved for another post yet) and ate some yummy food not cooked by me. YAY!
There are several Blueberry Hill Family Restaurants in Las Vegas but on 29 October, we had brunch at the 24-hr one along E. Flamingo Road. This is a family-run chain of restaurants and have been in Las Vegas since 1987. To be honest, the restaurant while big, clean and friendly, also looked like they haven’t been updated for a looooong time. Maybe 1987?
Our server, Havi, was a Hispanic lady who was on the ball and thorough. She made recommendations on top of what we ordered and informed us of special combos. Unfortunately, the extras were all meat-based. They sounded so yummy and I would’ve been one of those “Super Size Me” types to have said yes to everything. Fortunately though, there were many sweet and savory options for both T and I. He had blueberry pancakes with a side of hashbrowns (which he drizzled syrup over). I had a humongous 4-egg cheese and mushroom omelette with chunky home fries. We both ended up having to doggie bag our food and the leftovers were good for a meal for EACH OF US!
As I’ve mentioned many times over… I love exploring American diners! Each and every one with its own character – yet, something familiar can be find in all their menus. T said the Blueberry Hill menu is close to the kind he’s familiar with in New Jersey. I just want to eat everything!
We spent a total of $29.56 including taxes and I thought that was rather reasonable because we essentially brought home another 2 meals with us in boxes.
Would I recommend it? YES! And I would love to go back again soon!
BLUEBERRY HILL FAMILY RESTAURANT
1505 E. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89119