weather icon Clear

Breakfast at Mr. Mamas is worth the search

In most cases, the best food experiences take place in hole-in-the-wall venues, obscure food trucks and restaurants that operate under the radar.

Mr. Mama’s is one of these places.

Previously located on South Decatur Boulevard, the diner moved into its current 3,000-square-foot home at 5693 S. Jones Blvd. earlier this year. Clearly a locals’ favorite, it prides itself on being ranked No. 6 out of 3,950 restaurants and No. 9 of 4,258 places to eat in Las Vegas via TripAdvisor.com.

Specializing in breakfast, Mr. Mamas offers a variety of omelets, breakfast wraps, pancakes and French toast, including the breakfast burrito (eggs, red and green bell pepper, onion, cheese and potatoes wrapped in a flour tortilla) and the Cali omelet (cheddar jack cheese, sausage, pico de gallo and sour cream topped with avocado).

In addition, the eatery also serves sandwiches, salads, burgers and soups for lunch, including the chicken finger sandwich (cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion and pickle) and taco salad (iceberg lettuce, green onion, seasoned beef, black and red beans, tomato, avocado, sour cream, cheddar cheese and salsa dressing in a fried tortilla).

Meals range between $2.65 and $11.95.

Backed with great service, low prices and a homey atmosphere, Mr. Mamas is the perfect place to bring the family or cure a mid-morning hangover. Either way, you’ll leave with a smile on your face.

Mr. Mamas is open from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Visit mrmamaslv.com or call 702-220-9224.

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
Mob Month is back at the Clark County Library

For the fifth year the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District is making an offer some people find they can’t refuse. Mob Month is coming back to the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road, with events Tuesday nights in January.

7 ways autocomplete can get smarter

Autocomplete is one of the best (or depending on how hastily you push ‘send’ – worst) things in the world. We rely on it so much that Google plans to let us autocomplete whole emails. Here are seven ways predictive input can improve. 1. Recognizing names from previous emails Jakub Kokoszka has a tough name to […]

Movie posters might soon be based on your clicks

You may have thought you left Blockbuster behind, but the basic way we browse movies hasn’t changed all that much. We peruse poster after poster, kind of like walking the aisles of a ‘90s-era video store. That one poster image, meant to appeal to as many people as possible, is often all we see before […]

What I’ll be covering at NAB 2018

The National Association of Broadcasters show kicks off this weekend in Las Vegas.  The show focuses on new and emerging technologies and trends in relation to the media and entertainment industries. As it’s not open to the public, I’ll be at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Saturday, Monday and Wednesday to share some of […]

EXECUTIVE TRAVEL: Forget Strip flash; some prefer lake’s panache

If you get called to a board meeting at Lake Las Vegas, you might want to bring your swimsuit. That’s the term Westin at Lake Las Vegas marketing director Matt Boland uses for upright paddleboard races, one of many team-building exercises offered regularly at the resort.

After $4,700 in live poker career winnings, James Romero, 27, wins nearly $2 million

It was a 15-year celebration of The World Poker Tour at Bellagio for the Five Diamond World Poker Classic. The largest field size in WPT Five Diamond’s history was created when 791 entries were tallied, and it was James Romero, 27, of Portland, Oregon, who won his first WPT title.

Auto electronics at SEMA and AAPEX: A brave new world

The Specialty Equipment Market Association celebrated its 50th annual SEMA show at Las Vegas Convention Center this month by showcasing a car culture of “do-it-yourself” garage mechanics who share a passion for customizing vehicles.