Previous Article
Amorino to Open U.S. Flagship at The LINQ Promenade
Next Article
Comedian Tommy Lama debuts at Las Vegas Laugh Factory in Tropicana Las Vegas

Eggslut Now Open at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Eggslut Now Open at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Eggslut
, the acclaimed Los Angeles eatery serving beloved breakfast items day and night, has officially opened its doors today within The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The new location marks Egglsut’s first expansion outside of the L.A. market and positions the eatery alongside The Cosmopolitan’s expanding culinary roster of celebrated chefs, restaurateurs, and food and beverage concepts.

At The Cosmopolitan, Eggslut will recreate the crowd pleasing dishes that the brand has become known for in its home town, all while utilizing one key, namesake ingredient – the egg. Menu highlights include the signature Bacon, Egg & Cheese Sandwich, a decadent creation made with hardwood smoked bacon, an over medium egg, cheddar cheese and chipotle ketchup, served in a warm brioche bun; and the Slut, a coddled egg on top of smooth potato purée, cooked in a glass jar topped with gray salt and chives, served with slices of baguette. The Gaucho Sandwich with seared wagyu tri-tip steak, chimichurri, red onions and seasoned arugula topped with an over medium egg in a warm brioche bun is the perfect grab-and-go take on a classic steak & eggs. No longer just a breakfast staple, Eggslut makes eggs appetizing all day, every day. When dining at Eggslut, the focus is on quality and taste, consistent presentation and great customer service.

Eggslut’s chef-driven, gourmet-food concept was hatched in Los Angeles in 2011 by Chef Alvin Cailan. Inspired by a true love for eggs, Cailan’s menu is a balance of comfort and innovation with unique twists on breakfast sandwich favorites. In 2014, Eggslut’s food hall home, Grand Central Market, was named in Bon Appétit’s list of best new restaurants in America.

Eggslut is located on the second level of the Eastside Tower and will be open seven days a week: Monday, Wednesday through Friday: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday from midnight to 7 p.m. to satisfy late-night cravings for guests.