The Suncoast has added a wonderful new, yet old famous name. Du-par’s Restaurant & Bakery, already located downtown in the Golden Gate has opened at the Suncoast in the space formerly occupied by the coffee shop. For more than 75 years in Los Angeles, Du-par’s has been serving some of the most delicious, if in fact the best, buttermilk hotcakes in the world. Taking six hours for the yeast to rise, and making sure every single hotcake is the same thickness, they take great pride in their food. The hamburgers are ground fresh daily, as the restaurant uses only the freshest ingredients to provide food people will actually stand in line for. All potatoes are hand-peeled and cut, juices are fresh-squeezed as you order and all soups, gravies and salad dressings are made in-house.

It was in 1926 that “Tiny” Naylor opened his first Tiny’s Waffle Shop in Fresno. In 1938 James Dunn and Edward Parsons started Du-par’s Restaurant. Along the line Tiny came to Las Vegas to work with Sam Boyd at The Mint Casino, where he oversaw the property’s food and beverage operations for several years. In 2004, Biff, Tiny’s son, bought the Du-par’s restaurant chain. Becoming good friends, the Boyd family invited him to come into the Suncoast as a lead staple to the hotel. Du-par’s has a crowd who would follow it anywhere and the restaurant now has brought Biff’s son in to handle the local property. In the front of the restaurant you can buy fresh baked goods and miniature pies to take home. Du-par’s is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Du-par’s Restaurant & Bakery
Suncoast Hotel & Casino