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Morning or late-night, breakfast won’t be the same with Eggslut

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Eggslut’s Fairfax sandwich.
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It’s a cult favorite for a reason: perfectly cooked eggs, locally sourced ingredients and a name that turns heads. Eggslut is food porn at its finest, and now, the LA-born breakfast spot has hatched in Las Vegas.

Compared to most egg joints, the menu at Eggslut is small, yet somehow deciding what to order isn’t any easier. Each sandwich is so good you’ll want to order another right after you’ve devoured the first.

Eggslut wins over breakfast lovers with its tantalizing combinations of flavors and textures, and each bite is loaded with simple yet decadent goodness, like the sausage, egg and cheese. That one comes packed with savory house-made turkey sausage, a cage-free over-medium egg, sharp cheddar cheese and creamy honey mustard aioli, all piled high on a sturdy, toasted brioche bun. The real star on this ’wich is the sausage, so big it’s like eating a burger for breakfast.

You can do that, too. Eggslut’s signature cheeseburger comes stacked with ground Angus beef, an over-medium egg, caramelized onions, bread and butter pickles, cheddar and dijonnaise. You can even order it sans egg, if you’re like that. If you’re a bacon kind of person, they’ve got you covered, too. Like your eggs scrambled? The ever-popular Fairfax sandwich is the way to go. Add avocado for a cool kick.

Whatever your order, have your taste buds and iPhone camera ready—and prepare to get hooked. Eggslut at the Cosmopolitan, 702-698-7000; Monday, Wednesday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday midnight-7 p.m.

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