As the largest city in Nevada, Las Vegas offers a host of dining options from once in a lifetime experiences to mom and pop diners. In a 24-hour city where staying up late is the rule rather than the exception, a late brunch is nearly a requirement. Luckily, Las Vegas has many delicious choices. Here’s our new article on the best brunch spots in Sin City.
A small local chain, Babystacks Cafe is a laid-back eatery serving breakfast and lunch at three Las Vegas locations plus one in Henderson. Featuring American cuisine imbued with Filipino and Hawaiian flavours, this restaurant offers diners a host of tempting sweet and savoury selections, including over 15 different flavours of pancakes. Dishes to note are carrot cake pancakes topped with cream cheese syrup and pecans and Rick’s adobo fried rice with shredded chicken and rice wrapped in an omelette — a house specialty and local favourite. They also have a variety of other omelettes and tasty takes on the favourite brunch classic, eggs benedict. With an impressive menu, this café is sure to appeal to a wide range of tastes.
Established in 2012 by chef Natalie Young, Eat. is a downtown breakfast and lunch eatery specializing in American comfort cuisine with a twist. Procuring the freshest ingredients from local purveyors when available, the chef has created a delicious menu that is sure to satisfy everyone from meat lovers to vegetarians. Within a lively environment, diners can feast upon flavorful options like the chicken fried steak smothered with country pork gravy accompanied by two eggs, chive potatoes, and toast and the tofu scramble with wild mushrooms, green onions, sprouts, chive potatoes, plus toast. Be sure to order some cinnamon biscuits with warm strawberry compote for a mouth-watering sweet treat.
Echo & Rig
Founded by chefs Sam Marvin and Frank Fronda, who wanted to offer clients quality meats, Echo & Rig is a butcher and modern American steakhouse. Nestled in the shopping and dining destination Tivoli Village — located 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip — this light-filled spacious restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily and offers a weekend brunch that will appeal to both carnivorous eaters and vegetarians. Delectable highlights to note are the short rib hash made with prime short rib, potatoes, shallots, herbs, poached eggs, and smoked paprika hollandaise sauce and the blueberry buttermilk pancakes served with whipped butter and house-made blueberry syrup. An array of fresh juices, espresso drinks, and adult-beverages round out the brunch menu.
Opened in 2012 by husband-wife duo, Kim Canteenwalla and Elizabeth Blau, Honey Salt is a farm-to-table eatery located in Summerlin. Serving American comfort classic cuisine with a creative twist and handcrafted libations in an inviting atmosphere with shabby chic décor, this restaurant offers lunch and dinner daily plus an awesome Sunday brunch. Visitors can take delight in options like monkey bread, a citrus brioche with a honey bourbon sauce; the weekend frittata with a variety of fresh vegetables and laurel chenel goat cheese; and the breakfast pizza topped with spinach, apple wood smoked bacon, cheddar, and a scrambled egg.
Tucked inside an unassuming strip mall, Mr. Mama’s is a neighborhood eatery serving American breakfast and lunch dishes. Within a friendly and vibrant environment, brunch lovers can get their fill of some of their favorite hearty morning time fare every day of the week. A large menu offering many sweet and savory dishes ensures that everyone will find something to tickle their taste buds, including vegetarians. Tasty highlights include French toast made with thick-sliced egg bread dusted with cinnamon and powdered sugar; the Greek omelette stuffed with feta, red onion, spinach, tomatoes, and garlic; and the chicken-fried steak smothered with sausage gravy accompanied by eggs and potatoes.
Established by Ben Sabouri and Matt Moore, MTO Café is a downtown eatery featuring comfort food made with the freshest ingredients available. A hip and retro interior and delicious meals — by chef Johnny Church — await guests who have the option of visiting for breakfast or lunch seven days a week. Sweet and savory highlights include lemon poppy seed pancakes with a blueberry-ginger compote; chicken ‘in the waffle’; and the made-to-order chorizo breakfast with avocado, roasted tomatoes, and piquillo peppers served as a wrap, omelette, or skillet. With a menu full of innovative dishes, this restaurant is popular and will be opening a second location in Downtown Summerlin — a shopping and dining venue — later this year.
Park on Fremont
A downtown gastro-pub, Park on Fremont features creative American bar cuisine and brunch Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Diners can choose to sit in the beautifully decorated interior or outside on the garden patio complete with antique tables, mosaics, and flowers. With a small but delicious brunch menu, guests can opt for something sweet, such as the vanilla bean soaked brioche topped with drunk berries, syrup, and powdered sugar, or a savory plate like the breakfast sandwich, which is brioche with an egg, bacon, plus cheese. Being a pub, there are numerous adult beverages available as well, including the ‘patio pounder’, which is a bottle of Mumm’s champagne and a carafe of orange juice — perfect for a groups.
Nestled in the Wynn Las Vegas, Tableau is a fine-dining daytime eatery featuring modern American cuisine. Within a chic interior complete with floor-to-ceiling windows and Murano glass chandeliers, guests can savor breakfast and lunch daily plus a weekend brunch. The menus — created by executive chef Paul Zlatos — feature innovative dishes made with quality seasonal ingredients. Notable highlights include the nautica eggs benedict with smoked salmon, poached eggs, and chive hollandaise; lemon ricotta pancakes topped with peaches and lemon-vanilla gastrique; and an omelette with roasted asparagus, fresh tomatoes, and Swiss cheese. With several brunch cocktails, indoor and poolside dining, plus great service, this bistro is a brunch lover’s paradise.
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