When you want to eat somewhere that will look nice in your inevitable photo with seven wedding hashtags, Cafe Breizh, an all-white, bright French cafe in Spring Valley (an area west of The Strip) is where you should go. It’s known for its long list of pastries (get the almond croissant and nutella brioche) and crepes, but if it’s a different kind of morning and you just finished hiking at Red Rock, you can come here for a lighter breakfast, too.
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