With hundreds of restaurants in a relatively small area, it takes a lot to offer one of the best brunch options in Las Vegas. The City of Sin offers everything you can imagine when it comes to food and some of its feasts are legendary. From all-you-can-eat buffets to romantic dinners, Vegas offers it all. But few things are better than a stack of pancakes or an awesome eggs benedict to start your day. Brunch is a special event and if you’re heading to Las Vegas, you only want to eat this special meal at the best places. Here are the best brunch options in Las Vegas in our opinion.
Brunch Options in Las Vegas
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If you want to make your Vegas brunch a special occasion, you could do worse than to visit Michael Mina’s French-inspired Bardot Brasserie at Aria. The menu is bursting with unique and interesting dishes, including five different versions of Eggs Benedict and Foie Gras Parfait. But it’s not just food that’s being served up at Bardot’s. The wine list is surprisingly deep for a mid-morning restaurant and it includes never-ending rose wine.
Standard and Pour
Want to go all out on brunch? Then head to Standard and Pour for fare so large and delicious that you won’t want to (or need to) eat again all day. We recommend trying the Big Real Muffin a 2lb blueberry, almond and lemon behemoth and the Fat Elvis French Toast, which is made with peanut butter and banana. If you want to go all out, bottomless mimosas are available from just $25.
While it’s a fantastic spot for dinner, Bouchon is probably best at brunch. Head Chef Thomas Keller serves up authentic French cuisine from the Lyon area that includes Bouchon French Toast and deliciously flaky pastries.
Buddy V’s Ristorante
Looking for a brunch option for Sunday or Saturday? Want an Italian twist on your typically French or American cuisine? Then heading to Buddy V’s Ristorante could be the best bet you make in Vegas. The restaurant offers a buffet-style selection with different stations set out around the restaurant. There’s a huge amount of variety and some unbelievable desserts such as cannolis made by Buddy Valastro—the cake boss himself.
You don’t have to stay at your resort for brunch, there’s a load of local restaurants that do a fantastic job of this heavenly meal. One of the best is Honey Salt amazing dishes like citrus brioche monkey bread, braised pork Benedict and the backyard favorite burger. And with all you can drink Bloody Marys, even the most hungover of visitors will feel better in no time.
Andre’s Bar and Bistro
Andre’s used to be a fine dining experience, but now it’s transformed into a more casual dining place and it offers one heck of a brunch. From pastries to waffles, sausage to lamb, Andre’s offers it all as well as bottomless punch. And, yes, it’s alcoholic.
Located at the Venetian, Chica offers brunch classics with unique Latin twists. We recommend the Chicken and Sweetcorn Tinga or one of the huge breakfast burritos. Or you can go all out authentic Mexican and dig into huevos rancheros topped with Oaxacan string cheese and roasted poblanos.
Just because it is a steakhouse doesn’t mean it can’t offer a kickass brunch. Try something different at Morels like cornflake crusted chicken and waffles. But don’t forget about the drinks. Morels offers a tableside Bloody Mary cart or bottomless Mimosas for $25. And there’s more than enough people watching entertainment while you eat thanks to the restaurants great patio.
Have you been reading down this looking for an all-you-can-eat? Well, good news. You’ve found it. Border Grill does as the name suggests offering Mexican-inspired dishes like tres leches bread pudding and peruvian shrimp and grits. It’s only $39 to order whatever you want so what are you waiting for.
Fancy a taste of Jamaica at 11am? You’re right, it’s never too early. And for those that don’t like the carribean, DW’s also offers latin-inspired cuisine, too. The restaurant has found a new home at The Gramercy recently and it seems to be doing fantastically well at its new location. We recommend a classic Carribean twist on a favorite: jerk chicken and waffles. Delicious.
If you don’t fancy feeling like you are in a food coma after brunch, you might want to try Eat, a local go-to spot run by local chef Natalie Young. Natalie serves up a smaller menu than some of her competitors but it’s very much a case of quality over quantity.
Another Aria restaurant makes our list thanks to the Herringbone. With a fantastic outdoor patio that overlooks the pool, the Herringbone is worth going to for the view alone. But the food isn’t bad either. The menu is centered around sustainable seafood, so we recommend trying the Mexican prawns or the East and West Coast Oysters.
Lulu’s Bread and Breakfast
Been to Metro Pizza yet? Love it? Well Lulu’s is from the people responsible for Metro Pizza and it serves up a big slice of brunch heaven. Pile up your plate high with decadent pastries, egg sandwiches and a wonderful BBQ pulled pork Eggs Benedict stacked on top of grilled cornbread.
Just because a restaurant isn’t in a casino doesn’t mean it can’t serve up exquisite food. Veranda is a prime example of this. It’s weekend brunch is an Italian-inspired menu that is served buffet-style that includes a donut machine churning out hot fresh donuts for lucky customers.
Yardbird Southern Table and Bar
Do you need some southern comfort food in the morning? Then head down to Yardbird for a big ol’ serving of dulce de leche waffle, chicken ‘n waffles ‘n watermelon, and fried green tomato BLT. It’s just like mama makes, only much, much better.