Rosallie French Cafe
It's hard to believe Rosallie French Cafe used to be a 7-Eleven. Owner Jonathan Pluvinet renovated the business by hand, adding wood and bricks for a rustic farmhouse environment that perfectly suits a bistro serving daily brunch (with at least a thousand eggs cracked fresh each week). Rosallie, a name borrowed from the family-owned hotel business that Pluvinet grew up in, sets a high bar for pastries in Las Vegas. Toasted almonds are ground fresh daily in house for a croissant cream filling that wins over customers with the aroma alone. The croissants also make an appearance in egg sandwiches and a modified Croque variation, while the same dough is used in a trio of crisp, light flatbreads topped with fresh ingredients. The premium imported coffee beans have a subtle rich flavor that works exceptionally well in the honey-lavender latte. Ask about the holiday cookies, pies, and almond king cakes available throughout the season.
How to order: Stop in for brunch 7am-3pm, seven days a week. Call 702-998-4121 to ask about special orders.