Coffee Pub's cozy wallpapered dining room and sunny outdoor patio fill with the sounds of diners supping on fresh, California-style fare. Early birds can focus in on the café's menu as if it were a morning newspaper scribed by scholarly worms, and read about the latest in spanish omelets ($9.25) and smoked salmon's upcoming appearance in a benedict show ($9.55). Ingredient-rich sandwiches commandeer plate space during lunch, including the Marin, stuffed with roast beef, black-forest ham, and horseradish ($7.95), and the Burns and Allen ($7.25), planting avocado next to soy baco-bits and sprouts to cultivate a gourmet, meat-free garden. While sipping on fresh and fruity smoothies such as the Peach Pizazz ($5.45 for 16 oz.), diners can surf the web using Coffee Pub's free WiFi and the computer mouse with the strongest abdominals.
The Club at LAS keeps patrons comfortable and entertained as they wait for their next flight. Whether due to weather or the airplanes escaping their corrals, delays become a nonissue for travelers as they relax in one of their plush chairs.
Before heading to The Las Vegas Motor Speedway across the street, many people, including famous race car drivers, stop by for comfort food classics at Mo's Race Day Cafe. The brunch and lunch spot specializes in American fare served with a slight Asian influence. Chefs cook up dishes ranging from chicken cordon bleu to chicken curry and Asian chicken salad with a lime cilantro vinaigrette, tempting diners to do the opposite of the race car drivers who visit: go slowly, savor the moment, and use their blinker when changing tables. Another tempting treat is one of Mo's Race Day Cafe's most popular items—Thai tea, which comes topped with a pillowy dollop of whipped cream.
The trademark red velvet pancakes may pop off the pages of the menu like firecrackers in a cave, but BabyStacks brings more to the literal table than just flapjacks. A full breakfast and brunch syllabus means customizable four-egg omelets cracked farm-fresh with inventive insulating mélanges such as cilantro, pico de gallo, and ground pork. Sandwiches and burgers bubble with swiss, pepper jack, and golden cheddar. To further solidify the eatery’s reputation as a veritable resort for pancakes, the kitchen team also stacks sundry other varieties, including bacon, s’more, and honey whole wheat, inducing the realization of sweet dreams without making patrons slather their mattresses in maple syrup.