Serendipity 3

Serendipity 3

Perhaps you and your kids are already familiar with Serendipity 3 from visiting the original location in NYC. If so, your kids will be thrilled to know there is another branch at Caesars Palace. If you have never been to Serendipity 3, out all of the places in Las Vegas you can take your kids to eat, this one deserves a place at the top of your list. Once your kids try it for the first time, they will be begging you to go back again and again. Not that it would be problem because Serendipity 3 is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and in between, all day from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. (11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday).

Not many restaurants in Las Vegas have a special kids' breakfast menu, but Serendipity 3 does. Kids age 12 and younger can have a full breakfast including one of the following dishes for just $8.95.

  • Teddy Bear Pancakes
  • Cheese scrambled eggs with toast and jam
  • Honey Nut Cheerios with strawberries or banana
  • Cinnamon toast with sliced apple
  • French toast

Add $3 for juice or $6 for a fruit cup. While your kids are waiting to be served, coloring exercises and puzzles on the menu will keep them busy.

Another kids' menu for later in the day offers a choice of one these courses for just $9.95 (plus $3 for juice or a soft drink).

  • 3 chicken strips with honey mustard sauce and carrot and celery sticks with ranch dressing
  • Kids' grilled cheese sandwich with sliced apple
  • Corn dog with French Fries
  • Two mini-cheeseburgers with French Fries
  • Kids' Mac & Cheese
  • Penne with marinara sauce and sausage
  • Cheesy scrambled eggs with toast

The weekend brunch menu is more extensive and expensive. Peanut butter and banana waffles ($16), Bigger than your Head Pancakes ($13), Margherita Pizza ($15) and Tasty T-BLT (BLT and turkey sandwich for $17) are some of the choices your kids might like.

Last, but definitely not least, the big highlight of the Serendipity 3 experience is to try one of their signature desserts. So by all means, give in and let your kids order whatever they want. Choosing won't be easy, though--perhaps the frozen hot chocolate, or one of their hilariously named milkshakes like Oreo Express or Strawberry in Right Field, or one of their outrageous sundaes like Lookie Lookie Gimme Cookie!

The only drawback to eating at Serendipity 3 is that because of its understandably tremendous popularity, you will probably have to wait for a table. You will be given a beeper and will have to wait for it to light up, the sight of which will make your kids very excited.