Reviewed: July 7, 2021
This place is fantastic! It has everything from an incredible bakery to nice bright stylishly decorated dining room. Great patio as well if the weather is permitting. I had a delicious pastrami sandwich on rye with shoestring fries. It was excellent. They had a wide variety of food items on the menu so something for everyone. They even offered some great cocktail selections if you like. Lastly, the service was excellent and servers very friendly and welcoming. I would highly recommend and can't wait to go back!
Reviewed: July 6, 2021
When you're staying at Resorts World, Wynn, Encore, or even Sahara, Bagelmania is a walkable breakfast/brunch alternative to bougie breakfast options in one of the casinos. Couple things to note: - There will definitely be a line (unless you come really early) so be prepared for that. - The service isn't super fast but they're also relatively new and still working out the kinks at the time of this review. - The cocktail options are super impressive for a breakfast place!! The Not Kosher bloody mary was fab! - They have a TON of options. If you're in a hurry, make sure to peruse the menu before you head in so you're not overwhelmed with decision-making. - The flagels (flattened bagels) looked AMAZING but they sold out so I didn't get a chance to try them. - There's a great vibe here - it's like Jewish deli meets a sweet brunch spot. This is why the slow service isn't a big deal - it's a fun place to hang out. (Order drinks first so you have something to do.) :)
Reviewed: July 3, 2021
Went back Sunday and is so crowded they offer free valet parking and it's so big inside there still was no wait . Sat at bar abs bartender was slammed and didn't have any attitude whatsoever. Responded to sky request while multitasking . They have a Frank Sinatra look alike singing by front . Truly a gem of a place . An alternative to 40.00 breakfasts at resorts or other nearby Hotels
Reviewed: July 2, 2021
I love a good bagel, but admittedly, I am a novice. We had some family in town, so we decided to check out Bagelmania to see what it was all about. The location is right next door to the Las Vegas Convention Center, so I figured it had to be good. When we arrived, my expectations were completely shattered. They had valet in front of the restaurant and what appeared to be a very long line. I like to think lines equate to a good meal. Bagelmania is set up in two parts. The first part is a deli line where you can order pastries, breads, sandwiches, and of course bagels. The second part is a sit down restaurant. The wait for the restaurant was over an hour, so we chose to wait in line not thinking it would take too long. Boy, we were mistaken. We waited about 45 minutes to place our order and another few minutes to receive it. Honestly, we almost needed all of that time to decide what we wanted. There's that many options. We decided to try both the chocolate and raspberry Rugelach, a cheddar bagel with their homemade schemer, the old school breakfast sandwich, and a hot pastrami sandwich on sour dough. The food was every bit worth the wait. The pastries were all freshly made and easy to share. The bagels were much different than I'm used to, but in a good way. The star of the whole experience was the hot pastrami sandwich. I don't get to eat them often, so when I do, it is a treat. This is likely the best one I have had. It is loaded with pastrami and spicy mustard. Delish. If you are a local or a tourist, I recommend checking out Bagelmania. Be prepared to wait a bit for your food and to spend some money. But believe me, it is worth it.
Reviewed: July 1, 2021
First time I was knew about Bagelmania was when I would drive on paradise and saw a big billboard that Bagelmania was opening soon. Finally, we came here early in the morning over the 4th of July weekend. All I can say is get up early to beat the crowd and the long wait. Located on Convention Center Drive, neighboring to the Wynn, Encore, to the newest casino, Resorts World and right next to the newly extended Las Vegas Convention center which is where The Las Vegas Loop underground tunnel transportation as soon as we drove up and already knew instantly will love this place. The exterior has big, bold words of "Bagel and Shmear" that you knew instantly this is the place and a cute photo op of a Bagel. Entering the establishment there are 3 things you can do. First, you can line up and order to go. Second, if you just want coffee only, they have a line only for just coffee and third you can dine in. We chose to dine in and took us about a 20-minute wait for 2 people. We waited outside at the patio, and you can also eat there if you had a to go order. The interior and lighting are midcentury, and a hint of Art deco inspired with lots of blues and brown tones of the furniture. We sat in a comfortable booth with blue interior. Our waitress was very cheery, friendly, and very at tentative. On the menu there was a lot to choose from other than just bagels and shmear. My boyfriend ordered 3 scrambled eggs, with pastrami and corn beef, hash browns, plain toasted bagel with butter and to go with his breakfast he ordered a chocolate brownie shake to go with his breakfast, (Yes, you can order dessert for breakfast, why not! it is the 4th of July weekend, and it was so creamy, and you can taste the love!) I ordered the Avocado toast and a side of a fruit bowl. (With a bagel, overloaded with Avocado, nova, and poached egg on top, I think.) Our meals were delicious and could not eat everything because their serving sizes were huge. I recommend just sharing or ask how big everything is. The Siegel's did a great investment and a great concept of putting this property near the Conventions and targeting this market
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