Nevada May 31, 2017
You Won’t Believe How Amazing The Biscuits And Gravy Are At These 12 Nevada Restaurants
Biscuits and gravy has become a breakfast go-to not only in the southern US, but seemingly across the country. There’s little better than fluffy, home-style biscuits swimming in a sea of country-style, sausage gravy, and these 12 Nevada restaurants don’t disappoint with this comfort food staple.
1. Gritz Cafe, 1911 Stella Lake, Ste. 150, Las Vegas (702) 255-4748
The "Ritz for Grits," Gritz Cafe brings down-home southern delicacies to the Nevada desert. Opened in 2008, this
self-proclaimed "soul food" eatery won Best of Nevada accolades in 2011. While everything on the menu is terrific, the biscuits and gravy keep locals and visitors coming back for more.
2. Black Bear Diner, 2751 N. Green Valley Parkway, Henderson (702) 333-6805
This family-friendly chain serves up delectable home-style comfort food classics in a bear-themed environment. It gets consistently high marks for its breakfast, particularly these amazing biscuits and gravy. Black Bear Diner also has three locations in Las Vegas at 6180 W. Tropicana Ave. and 8565 W. Sahara Ave., and 7680 Las Vegas Blvd. So.
3. Villa Basque Cafe, 730 Basque Way, Carson City (775) 884-4451
Founded by locals Pete and Martha Coscarart over 17 years ago, Villa Basque Cafe provides tasty Basque, Mexican, and American dishes. The biscuits and gravy are truly divine, especially when topped with Pete's homemade chorizo.
4. The Nugget, 233 N. Virginia St., Reno (775) 323-0716
Despite being known for its Awful Awful Burger, The Nugget has amazing breakfasts, particularly its old-style diner biscuits and gravy.
5. Hash House a Go Go, 3535 The Linq, Las Vegas Blvd. So., Las Vegas (702) 254-4646
This chain combines farm fresh agriculture and old-style recipes with a unique twist. Portions are huge, and the restaurant is usually busy; however, it is well worth it. Hash House a Go Go has two other Las Vegas locations: at 6800 W. Sahara Ave. and 1 S. Main St. inside the Plaza Hotel.
6. The Coffee Mug, 576 Commercial St., Elko (775) 738-5999
This small-town diner serves consistently-delicious, classic diner fare in a clean and friendly environment. Rave reviews abound for its fluffy biscuits and gravy, huge portions, and reasonable prices.
7. Maggie's Once More, 785 E. Street, Hawthorne (775) 945-2575
This small diner is a great stop when traveling to or from (or both) Death Valley. Standard, small-town diner food, large portions, reasonable prices, friendly service, and, of course, among the best biscuits and gravy in Nevada.
8. Sparks Coffee Shop, 2290 Oddie Ave., Sparks (775) 355-9440
Both locals and tourists rave about this little diner's food, prices, and service. Breakfast is especially popular, especially the large fluffy biscuits swimming in a velvety pool of sausage gravy.
9. The Griddle, 460 W. Winnemucca Blvd., Winnemucca (775) 623-2977
This old-style diner serves huge portions of scratch-made comfort food with a twist in a nostalgic and homey setting. Sweet and savory flavors are creatively mixed in a variety of delicious meals; however, the home-style biscuits and sausage gravy are all the rave. The Griddle also has three locations in Idaho.
10. Pittman Cafe, inside the Mizpah Hotel, 100 Main St., Tonopah (775) 482-3030
Whereas every dish on this menu is delicious, the Silver Camp Biscuits and Gravy with its fluffy, homemade biscuits and country-style sausage gravy is to die for.
11. Rag Time Cafe, 1702 Hwy 93, Jackpot (775) 755-2491
Don't let the size of this small diner fool you. In addition to huge portions, friendly service, and a quaint wild west atmosphere, the food is fantastic, especially the large fluffy biscuits and homemade sausage gravy.
12. Biscuits Cafe, 8465 W. Sahara Ave., Ste. 100, Las Vegas (702) 242-2207
What would a biscuits and gravy article be without a restaurant called Biscuits Cafe? This spacious yet unassuming diner off the beaten path serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch fare. Despite somewhat mixed reviews, everyone agrees that the biscuits and gravy are amazing.
Have you eaten at any of these Nevada restaurants? Did I miss your favorite biscuits and gravy joint? Please share your comments below.