Tom's Urban brings the modern diner to Las Vegas

Tom's Urban brings the modern diner to Las Vegas
The Hangover Slopper is one of the new dishes on the breakfast menu at the new Tom's Urban in Las Vegas. (Jessica Grenier/Tom's Urban)

Los Angeles already has its own Tom's Urban at LA Live, and now the modern interpretation of the diner comes to Las Vegas.

The (nearly) 24-hour version at New York-New York hotel-casino spills out onto the front walkway of the resort that boasts a replica of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Unlike the L.A. site, Vegas unveils breakfast starting at 6 a.m., a must in a city that's operating around the clock. Try the Hangover Slopper, a burger with pork green chile and queso fresco with two fried eggs, or the Killer Chilaquiles with two eggs any way served over a tomatillo salsa.

You can order these dishes late at night, too; the restaurant stays open until the last cocktail is sipped.

For Vegas, Tom's Urban cooked up a Sin City Burger, similar to the one found at co-owner Tom Ryan's sister restaurant Smashburger. St. Louis ribs, crispy duck wings in a hoison glaze, filet mignon sliders and the restaurant's interpretation of street tacos make up the menu.

Three bars scattered around the 12,000-square-foot space serve 35 craft beers and drinks appropriate for walking the Strip.

Yes, there is a WTF with Jim Beam, red wine and Brooklyn Beer, and a bacon bourbon mary with a schmear of cream cheese. Order any cocktail in sizes from 16 ounces to an oversized 33 ounces.

Info: Tom's Urban in Las Vegas, (702) 740-6766