Las Vegas is a city known for coming alive especially after dark. But after a long night of entertainment on the Strip, Las Vegas has a way of turning into a city full of hangovers. The bonus feature? Brunch in Las Vegas has put the city on the map for the meal. No matter what you’re craving, from sweet to savory, Mexican dishes to breakfast classics, or a liquid champagne brunch or build your own Bloody Mary bar, Vegas has it all and more. Treat yourself to the variety of tasty brunch options Las Vegas has to offer, whether you’re up for a fancy, three-course meal, complete with champagne and crab legs, or a classic breakfast burrito which will reinvigorate you the morning after. Here are the best brunch spots to checkout on your next trip to Las Vegas.
1. Lago at Bellagio:
Why did you come to Las Vegas if it isn’t to treat yourself? For those looking to indulge their decadent side, look no further than the exquisite Sunday brunch put on by the award-winning Chef Julian Serrano at Lago. Every brunch favorite is on the menu, all with an extra special touch, and are served every Sunday from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM Take in the gorgeous views of the famous Fountains of Bellagio, while enjoying your Italian-inspired three-course brunch feast. This spot is the perfect place to celebrate, so beat the rush and make your reservations for Mother’s Day brunch and Easter brunch today.
2. Julian Serrano Tapas at ARIA:
Julian Serrano Tapas at ARIA greets patrons’ appetites with a Spanish-style brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM This unique weekend brunch location puts a new spin on the typical brunch experience with dishes served up in traditional tapas style. Julian Serrano’s Spanish cuisine is an exciting and entertaining way to try new things and step out of your brunch comfort zone. The bonus feature Julian Serrano serving up dishes tapas style is the fact that you get to try a little bit of everything without committing to just one brunch dish. Want a richer taste of this Spanish-style brunch? Think Smoked Salmon Benedict served on mint waffles and Churros con Chocolate, made just like they do them in Spain.
3. T&T at Luxor:
This cool, south-of-the-border spot is the perfect combination of traditional Mexican style and high-end vibes the likes of which you’ll only find in Las Vegas. Luxor’s Tacos & Tequila offers delicious and modern Mexico-city inspired brunch eats all weekend from 11 AM to 3 PM They even take the “bottomless mimosas” favorite up a notch with the Borracho Brunch featuring $15 bottomless frozen margaritas. Muy bueno.
4. Citizens Kitchen & Bar at Mandalay Bay:
Las Vegas nights are known for getting a little crazy. Why else would the phrase, “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” be so popular? If you’re paying for your fun night the next morning, check out the Citizens Kitchen & Bar at Mandalay Bay. This 24-hour restaurant serves up hangover cures like crab cake benedicts and crème brulee French toast every Saturday and Sunday. And if you’re moving a little slower the morning after, no worries, Citizens Kitchen & Bar offers all your brunch favorites until late, with some dishes served all day.
5. Bardot Brasserie at ARIA:
“Everlasting rosé” is all we needed to hear before booking our brunch reservation at ARIA’s classic French Bardot Brasserie that channels the feeling of a Parisian café. For only $25, enjoy the sommelier’s selection of bottomless rosé to accompany your brunch experience at Bardot. The decadent French fare includes chilled seafood platters and a Croque Madame you will be dreaming about for weeks. Also enjoy favorites like the Nutella Sticky Bun and a selection of Croissant Benedict’s every Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM.
6. Primrose at Park MGM:
Park MGM introduces garden- inspired dishes with a hint of French influence at newly opened Primrose. We recommend dinning on the outdoor terrace and garden and while enjoying favorites like warm Beignets, Butter Poached Lobster, Salmon Toast, and Filet Mignon & Frites. Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 5 PM.
7. Lemongrass at ARIA:
Experience a different brunch experience and try Dim Sum at Lemongrass every Friday through Sunday from 11 AM to 3PM. Enjoy bite-size delicacies of traditional Thai cuisine served in small steam baskets while surrounded by the sleek decor inspired by silk factories.
8. Herringbone at ARIA:
Enjoy California-inspired coastal cuisine in a lounge-like setting indoors at Herringbone’s $59 per person all-you-can-eat brunch menu. Available Saturdays and Sundays, the fresh and favorable menu includes access to live interactive stations including: Carving Station, Juice Bar, Salt Brine & Poke Bar, Farm Basket Station, Kid-In-You Station and Bloody Mary Bar.
9. Border Grill at Mandalay Bay:
The Border Grill Brunch from celebrity chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger is a must-try on your next trip to Sin City. Available every Saturday and Sunday, this popular brunch spot at Mandalay Bay offers unlimited small plates at $38.99 and bottomless mimosas, micheladas & bloody marys. You read that right. Every weekend for only $20 (that’s not a typo), you can pair your mouthwatering brunch with all the mimosas, micheladas & bloody marys you can drink. The Border Grill located at Mandalay Bay is also the perfect spot to host your next brunch party. With two floors of patio dining, a beautiful outdoor bar and several dining room areas, your guests will love whooping it up at your next all-you-can-drink brunch fiesta.