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.
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.
Mr. Mama’s, 5580 S. Decatur Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, USA, +1 702 220 9224
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.