The brunch scene in Las Vegas is plentiful, bountiful and, of course, extravagant. From creative American classic to Asian-inspired fare, we take a look at some of the best brunch spots in Las Vegas, Nevada
Owned by Lou and Jenn Remillard, Crêpe Expectations is a cozy gem of an spot located in Green Valley. Featuring delicious French-style crepes, the menu includes many sweet and savory choices, plus some breakfast options. Highlights to note are the rosarito with chorizo, scrambled egg, guacamole, and jack cheese. There is also a sweet crepe with blueberries in lemon curd, freshly whipped cream, and sprinkled with powdered sugar known as the frisco. They also have a gluten-free batter and plenty of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, which will appeal to many diners. With dogs welcomed on the patio, this is a great spot for the entire family.
Crêpe Expectations, 9500 S. Eastern Ave., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 583 4939
Restaurant, American, $$$
Opened in 2012 and located in downtown, Eat is a delicious breakfast and lunch venue owned and operated by the accomplished chef, Natalie Young. In the vibrant interior, diners can savor American comfort fare with a twist. The meals are made with the best locally sourced ingredients when available. Open seven days a week, this place’s flavorful highlights include the truffled egg sandwich with scrambled eggs, wild mushrooms, chives, feta, bacon, and chive potatoes on ciabatta. Other good options include shrimp and grits with eggs; and tasty cinnamon biscuits served with warm strawberry compote. There’s several vegetarian options and a welcoming atmosphere so any foodie will find this restaurant delectable.
Eat., 707 Carson Ave., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 534 1515
Bistro, Restaurant, Caribbean, Mexican, Vegetarian, $$$
Opened in 2010 by Dalton Wilson and Bryce Krausman, DW Bistro is a fun and friendly restaurant located in the southwest suburbs of Las Vegas. The menu packs a flavorful punch with its eclectic fusion of Jamaican and New Mexican cuisine. Foodies can dine on delicious highlights, such as the jerk pork hash served with potatoes; the New Mexican-style slow-cooked pork omelet with New Mexico red chili and jack cheese. Plus, there are also four different eggs Benedict, including one with jalapeño bacon. The menu also includes vegetarian choices and many handcrafted drinks. This allows for a wide variety of tastes to be satisfied at this hip spot.
DW Bistro, 6115 S. Fort Apache Rd., Suite #112, Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 527 5200
The Country Club
The Country Club
Located inside the Wynn Las Vegas resort and a recipient of the Four Star Award by the Forbes Travel Guide, The Country Club is a fine dining establishment. It serves new American cuisine created by Chef Carlos Guía. Resembling a private club, the restaurant is open to everyone, has ample indoor and outdoor seating, and overlooks the lush Wynn golf course. While they normally serve lunch and dinner, on the weekend they host a special Sunday Jazz Brunch with live music. It features an appetizer buffet, which includes many seafood options, a carving station with various meats, plus several main courses. Options include French toast bread pudding with fresh berries, pecans, and bacon. Gastronomes have the chance to sample a variety of exquisite fare here.
The Country Club (Wynn Las Vegas), 3131 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 770 3315
Gastropub, Restaurant, American, Dessert, $$$
Owned by the husband-and-wife duo, Kim Canteenwalla and Elizabeth Blau, Honey Salt is a farm-to-table restaurant located in Summerlin. Featuring creative spins on American comfort classic cuisine and tasty handcrafted cocktails, they serve lunch and dinner daily. Plus, a Sunday brunch is also served in the welcoming, shabby chic environment. Brunch highlights include peaches and cream pancakes with peach compote and maple syrup and the succulent crab cake Benedict with poached eggs, asparagus, and tomato Hollandaise sauce. Plus, there’s a roasted vegetable pizza on whole wheat crust. Their homemade desserts are also crowd pleasers. These include warm bread pudding with honey bourbon toffee sauce and whipped mascarpone – a must-try for any foodie.
Honey Salt, 1031 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 445 6100
Bistro, Restaurant, Asian, $$$
MOzen Bistro is a restaurant located inside the Mandarin Oriental Hotel specializing in Asian cuisine. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day plus a special Sunday brunch, the bistro’s crisp and modern interior provides ample space for diners. The brunch buffet features many stations with selections of sushi, seafood, salads, cheese, and meats. There is also an array of tantalizing desserts. Guests can also choose from a variety of entrées, including Belgian waffles with caramel pecan cream, fresh berries, and Vermont maple syrup. Or, go for the cottage cheese curry with lentils and garlic naan. Free flowing champagne and mimosas are also available for an extra charge.
MOzen Bistro, 3752 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 888 881 9367
Echo & Rig
Butcher, Restaurant, Steakhouse, Seafood, American, $$$
Echo & Rig
Wanting to offer clients the best meats available, chefs Sam Marvin and Frank Fronda opened Echo & Rig, a butcher and modern steakhouse. Located in Tivoli Village — a shopping and dining destination located 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip —this light and airy restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily. It also offers a tasty weekend brunch. The brunch menu features several delicious options for both meat lovers and vegetarians. Highlights include the short rib hash made with prime short rib, potatoes, shallots, herbs, poached eggs, and smoked paprika Hollandaise sauce. Another good pick is the egg white omelet with tofu, black beans, tomatoes, sweet peppers, and avocado. Diners will also take delight in the variety of fresh juices and cocktails available.
Echo & Rig (Tivoli Village), 440 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 489 3525
Cafe, Restaurant, American, Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten-free, $$$
Located in the heart of downtown, MTO Café is the brainchild of co-owners Ben Sabouri and Matt Moore. This hip and retro restaurant specializes in creating comfort dishes with a twist using only the freshest ingredients possible. It is open every day for breakfast and lunch. Some tasty breakfast choices — by Chef Johnny Church — include the made-to-order chicken breakfast. This is chicken sausage, roasted tomato, caramelized onions, and arugula served as a wrap, omelet, or skillet. There’s also the vegan carrot and coconut pancakes with pecans and agave nectar. Here there are many other creative breakfast and lunch dishes plus desserts— try the MTO mini donuts drizzled with local honey. This, along with its friendly environment means diners will be enticed to return again and again.
MTO Café, 500 S. Main St., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 380 8229
Cafe, American, $$$
A small local chain with three locations in Las Vegas, Babystacks Cafe is a popular venue serving breakfast and lunch daily. Serving American classic dishes with Filipino and Hawaiian flair, the breakfast menu is extensive. It offers both savory and sweet selections, including more than 15 different flavors of pancakes. Highlights include house speciality loco moco, which is steamed rice topped with a hamburger patty, eggs, and smothered in brown gravy. Another good choice is the popular red velvet pancakes topped with whipped cream, chocolate crumbles, and cream cheese syrup. And for an innovative take on eggs Benedict, there is the kalua pig Benedict with an English muffin, smoke-flavored pork, slow-cooked cabbage, poached eggs, and Hollandaise sauce.
Babystacks Cafe (Summerlin), 2400 N. Buffalo Dr., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 541 6708
Babystacks Cafe (Spring Valley), 4135 Buffalo Dr., Suite 101, Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 207 6432
Babystacks Cafe (Centennial Hills), 7090 N. Durango Dr., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 906 1946
Park on Fremont
Gastropub, Restaurant, American, $$$
Park on Fremont
Located in downtown, Park on Fremont is a gastro-pub featuring creative American bar cuisine plus brunch on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. While there is indoor seating in a warm and eclectic setting, diners may prefer to sit on the outdoor patio. Here, it is a beautiful vintage garden environment with antique tables, mosaics, and flowers. The small but tasty brunch menu includes a skillet with potatoes, sausage, onions, peppers, cheese, salsa, and two eggs. There’s also French toast made with vanilla bean soaked brioche topped with drunk berries, syrup, and powdered sugar. There is also an impressive selection of beer and handcrafted cocktails, including three tasty Bloody Marys, for guests to try.
Park on Fremont, 506 Freemont St., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 834 3160