Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada

Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant located at1505 E Flamingo Rd in Las Vegas, Nevada
Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant located at1505 E Flamingo Rd in Las Vegas, Nevada

Since 1987, the family-owned and operated Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant has served scratch-made dishes in the Las Vegas Valley. While they do serve lunch and dinner, this old-school Vegas diner is best known for their extensive breakfast menu.

The menu features scratch-made dishes using only the freshest ingredients. Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant operates four locations in the Las Vegas Valley today. This review will focus on their location at 1505 E Flamingo Rd, about two miles east of the Las Vegas Strip.


After a late night in Las Vegas, I slept in and was in the mood for an early afternoon brunch. Being a Sunday morning, I knew I wasn’t the only person with this idea. I would have to wait if I wanted breakfast anywhere in Las Vegas. And this was no different at Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant.

When I arrived, there must have been 20 people waiting outside the restaurant. The wait was one hour. After putting my name down, a buzzer was handed to me, which would notify me when my table was ready. Hungry and too defeated to drive to another restaurant, I decided to hunker down and wait for an hour. I was hoping the wait would be worth it.

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Interior of Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant

The restaurant had two open dining rooms, one to the left and one to the right of the entrance. Both rooms had strategically placed booths with seating for two, four, and six people, ensuring the maximum number of tables could fit into the space. The placement and design of the booths reminded me of a fast-food restaurant.

The décor was basic with standard diner booth seating, tile floors, white walls, and ceiling panels straight out of the 1980s. The windows surrounding each dining room allowed plenty of sunlight, brightening the otherwise dull space.

While some might find the lackluster décor disappointing, I had no complaints. Sure, the décor was old-school and outdated, but this wasn’t a surprise for a diner in Las Vegas. I expected this and preferred it over a more modern design you might find at a fancy brunch spot on the Las Vegas Strip such as Mon Ami Gabi at Paris.

That said, I found the interior to be extremely clean. I was surprised by how often servers and other restaurant staff cleaned tables.

Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant Menu

The menu at Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant was massive, with endless options. I appreciated how the restaurant made some dishes from scratch, such as the pancakes.

For breakfast, you had your selection of classics such as waffles, French toast, pancakes, crepes, eggs benedict, and omelets. There was also a selection of breakfast combos and Mexican breakfast dishes.

For lunch and dinner, there were sandwiches, burgers, and salads. Are you in the mood for Italian dishes such as spaghetti and meatballs or chicken parmigiana? They had that, too. There was something for everyone.

I usually post photos of the menu in this section, but the menu was too extensive to do that. Instead, you can view the entire Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant menu at

Irish Eggs Benedict

The colorful Irish Eggs Benedict
The colorful Irish Eggs Benedict

After looking over the menu, I settled on the Irish Eggs Benedict ($11.59). This version of eggs benedict came with two English muffin topped with grilled corned beef hash, sautéed tomatoes, two poached eggs, and hollandaise sauce. On the side, I had the choice of chunky breakfast potatoes or hashbrowns. I opted for the hashbrowns.

The most critical component of the dish, the poached eggs, were cooked perfectly. When I cut through each large egg with my knife, there was an explosion of rich, golden yolk. The yolk mixed with the buttery, thick hollandaise sauce coating both eggs. I wouldn’t say the sauce broke, but it was thicker than your average hollandaise.

Grilled corned beef hash
Grilled corned beef hash

The grilled corned beef hash was my favorite part of the dish. Often, corned beef, especially from a can, can be flavorless and so wet that it loses all its texture. This corned beef wasn’t from a can but homemade.

The tender, moist meat was salty and rich with a distinct smoky flavor after being grilled until charred. Mix in were small but hearty pieces of diced potatoes and sweet sautéed tomatoes.

Though the English muffins were not homemade, they were fresh, delicious, and buttery. Each muffin was toasted on both sides, resulting in a muffin that was crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. The muffins did not fall apart even when topped with meat, sauce, and eggs.

Served on the side was a portion of hashbrowns. These simple potatoes were shredded fresh and cooked until golden brown on the outside while tender inside.

I enjoyed the differences in texture between the crispy bits and softer pieces of potatoes. For an extra kick of flavor and heat, ask for hot sauce. They had Cholula and Tapatio.

Service at Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant

Being such a busy day, I expected the service to be lacking. Surprisingly, this wasn’t the case at all.

When I sat at my table, a friendly server offered me a menu and a drink. This sweet lady constantly stopped by my table to check on me, refill drinks, and ask if I needed anything. I couldn’t believe how fast she was moving around the restaurant from table to table.

As mentioned, the dining room was spotless, thanks to the workers constantly cleaning the restaurant and immediately clearing tables after guests left. The attention to detail ensured a clean restaurant and a shorter wait.


With four locations and over 30 years of history, Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant is a great choice for breakfast in the Las Vegas area.

Though its décor could use an upgrade, the extensive menu, scratch-made dishes, and friendly service made my visit to Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant worth it.

I’ll have to remember to return during the week, or late at night, when the wait is less than an hour.


  • Extensive menu
  • Scratch-made dishes
  • Friendly and efficient service


  • Hour long wait
  • 2.5% credit card fee
  • No receipt offered when paying with cash


24 hours


1505 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
GPS Coordinates: 36.11427,-115.13278



Last Updated on April 16, 2024