Tucked behind the Bellagio Conservatory, Sadelle’s breathes new life into the all-day hotel cafe. The massive, airy dining room features muted blues and pinks for a serene setting, while natural light pours in through French windows, a rarity for Vegas restaurants. Breakfast is the meal of choice, and fans of New York–style delis are in smoked fish heaven here. You’ll see many tables sporting multitiered towers of house-smoked lox, sable, and sturgeon, all served with proper accoutrements of sliced tomatoes, capers, cucumbers, and cream cheese. Bagels, made on-site, include gluten-free offerings so no one has to miss out. Because this is Bellagio, there’s a dash of luxury on the caviar menu, which features soft scrambled eggs or latkes (crispy potato pancakes) with smoked salmon and crème fraiche, topped with a choice of varying calibers of roe. The roaming pastry cart won’t let you forget about dessert, and it teems with classics such as black-and-white cookies, rugelach, and flaky pastries.