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Planet Hollywood’s new café covers all the bases

That’s a lot of milkshake.
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All. Day. Breakfast. And we’re not talking about stale McMuffins. The new Café Hollywood menu is divided into the four Las Vegas mealtimes of breakfast, lunch/dinner, late night and everyone’s favorite, all-day breakfast. A chorizo scramble with avocado and melted cheese. A traditional loco moco with savory brown gravy. Sweet croissant French toast. Or crispy fried chicken piled high atop Belgian waffles, all lacquered in maple syrup.

Recently renovated from the former Planet Dailies coffee shop, Café Hollywood is a tribute to all things Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, its walls plastered with photos from different events celebrating the celebrity-fueled restaurant chain. The space is wide-open, bright and energetic, exactly the right vibe for a casual group meal before the night begins or after the party has died down.

The all-new menu splits the difference between diner-style favorites and more contemporary American cuisine. Biscuits and gravy sit next to smoked salmon-avocado toast. Chicken parmigiana co-exists with a California burrito. And that famous chicken crunch is ready and waiting whenever you need it, even in the wee hours. It tastes better then anyway. Café Hollywood at Planet Hollywood, 702-732-1222; 24/7.

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