Out of the myriad brunch spots in Las Vegas, we’ve vetted the culinary competition down to our top ten picks. Not only do these restaurants have ambiance, celebrity chef sovereignty and spectacular views, they serve some of the most unique and enticing dishes available within city limits. So go ahead—let your mouth water.
1. DW Bistro
You've no doubt heard the word "fusion" tossed around, but have you had it paired with authentic Jamaican and New-Mexican cuisine? Head on over to DW Bistro for delectable treats like jerk chicken and waffles drizzled with DW’s signature syrup and orange zest and white chocolate scones: New-Mexico-style donuts with sautéed cinnamon apples and fresh whipped cream. The restaurant recently moved a bit more central, within the convenience of the court at The Gramercy, making it a prime spot to briefly escape The Strip and experience a fusion the Las Vegas Review-Journal calls both bold and mature.
Brunch is served Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m
2. Freedom Beat at the Downtown Grand
It's 10 a.m., you've Irish-coffeed and slotted until you can Irish-coffee and slot no more, and you need something filling. Enter Hell's Kitchen Season 12 Champion, Chef Scott Commings, with a menu serving all the Midwestern comfort food you could ask for alongside intimate, live musical performances from local and touring talent. With an all-you-can-eat special starting at $20—including several benedictine egg options, afternoon entrees like chicken biscuit and fish & chips, and a truly lavish red, white and blue velvet waffle—your midday meal at Freedom Beat will have you hooting, hollering and then crawling back to your hotel for a recommended post-brunch nap. Find out more about their current live music performances here.
Brunch is served Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Nestled within The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Palazzo, Sushisamba was conceived and executed by an award-winning design firm—and the result speaks for itself. Not only is the restaurant adorned with generous 16-foot ceilings and a soaring atrium that houses the main dining space, its brunch menu is to die for. Start with the house-made quinoa waffles sweetened by vanilla-cinnamon butter or try the pork belly buns with aji amarillo aioli.
Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
4. Border Grill
Perched beachside within Mandalay Bay, Border Grill overlooks the shining, opulent bay scene and is run by chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger from Bravo’s Top Chef Masters and Food Network’s Too Hot Tamales. Indulge in a variety of endless small plates during the restaurant's Border Brunch for just $38.99, and don't forget the bottomless mimosas for $15. (Can you resist bottomless bloody marys and micheladas for an extra $5?)
Relax and enjoy ethically sourced seafood from sustainable origins, humane-certified, antibiotic- and hormone-free meats and poultry, and locally grown ingredients sourced whenever possible.
Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
5. Echo & Rig
Named Las Vegas’ restaurant and bar of the year in 2015, this butcher and steakhouse is one you won’t want to miss. Located en route back from the scenic Red Rock Canyon National Park, have your post-hike feast of short rib hash, watermelon salad, and smoked salmon benedict while treating yourself to bottomless mimosas for $16 and unlimited bloody marys for just $22.
Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
6. Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar at The Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa
Another option on your way back from the expansive Red Rock Canyon National Park is Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar, which offers light, refreshing starters on its brunch menu like fruit with berry compote or coconut cream with a seasonal fruit parfait. Let the restaurant's natural lighting brighten your afternoon repast of smoked salmon atop a lightly toasted bagel with whipped cream cheese and fresh tomato for $17, or keep it simple with two eggs any style, served with "rustic toast" and breakfast potatoes for just $14. Bottomless mimosas start at just $15.
Take a virtual tour of Hearthston's stunning interior and courtyard below.
Brunch is served on Sundays from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
7. The Buffet at Wynn
Brunching on The Strip? Look no further than The Buffet at Wynn for a vast minimum of 32 entree options served from early morning until mid-afternoon. Starting at $35 per adult (children 3-8 years old get in half-price, under 2 are admitted free of charge) you can peruse 16 diverse, live-action cooking stations, each of which serve two entrees that vary from day to day—ensuring no two visits are the same. For an extra $20, skip the line and treat yourself to a VIP pass that includes a complimentary glass of sparkling wine, sangria or mimosa. Pro-tip: Make it a boozy, bottomless brunch for just $19 extra.
Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Call (702) 248-3463 or visit The Buffet for the day's menu.
8. Chica at The Venetian
This restaurant delivers the robust and vibrant flavors of Latin cuisine combined with a dynamic wine and mixology program. Celebrity chef Lorena Garcia prepares tasty originals such as dulce de leche french toast, pancetta eggs benedict, chipotle chicken omelet, Peruvian octopus—and the list goes on. Adventure into uncharted culinary territory at brunch with Chica.
Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
9. Giada at The Cromwell
Emmy-winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis runs the show at this delicious Italian-Californian fusion restaurant inside Caesars Palace. Winner of the 2017 OpenTable Diner's Choice Award, Giada has breathtaking views of The Strip—perfect for people watching during your meal. Try the brunch tasting menu, which includes sumptuous choices like limoncello soufflé with crème anglaise and chicken & waffles with cacciatore sauce.
Brunch is served Friday-Sunday from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
10. The Perch
This relaxed, casual restaurant serves straightforward and delightful meals accompanied by an amazing wine and cocktail selection. The windows overlook daily live entertainment as it's on the second floor with indoor and outdoor seating. From the brunch menu, we recommend the steak and egg tacos with avocado mousse and queso fresco, as well as the chicken spinach crepes. Kids brunch starts at just $5 per plate—and for the adults, of course, all you can drink mimosas, bloody mary and bellinis start at just $15.
Brunch is served Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
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