Las Vegas is known as the city that never sleeps. With that in mind, we have compiled a list of the 10 Best brunches in Las Vegas, so that you can refuel and relax on the morning after. Below you will find award winning and delicious restaurants that specialize in creating unique experiences.
From famed chef Thomas Keller comes the Bouchon Bistro. Located in the Venetian Hotel, the warm and elegant dining room is perfect for a special event. The mosaic floor, antique light fixtures, and hand painted murals define the interior. Named by Time Magazine as America’s Best Chef, Thomas Keller is known worldwide for his restaurants. Perhaps his most lauded restaurant is the famous French Laundry in Napa Valley, CA. With this impressive pedigree, it is no surprise that the Bouchon Bistro has such a diverse menu. Their popular raw bar and international wine lists are not to be missed.
Known for his television show on TLC, The Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro opened his first restaurant with the help of Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla. Although better known for his cakes, Buddy V’s Ristorante is a culinary treat. The restaurant is extremely kid friendly and includes a kids corner during brunch. Their brunch menu is extensive and diverse.
A Vegas staple for more than 25 years, Sterling Brunch offers a unique experience. The opulent décor reflects the quality of cuisine. Although expensive, the endless champagne and caviar buffet is worth the price – included in the buffet is fillet mignon, lamb, and other luxury meats. Perfect for a long and leisurely brunch, this is truly a one-of-a-kind experience.
Conceived as a cool neighborhood retreat by owner Ben Sabouri and Matt Moore, MTO Café has become that and much more. Not just a friendly and casual environment to hang out, MTO Café is also known for their delicious fresh comfort food. Chef Johnny Church was named Culinarian of the Year by the Nevada Restaurant Association. This café puts a real emphasis on positive attitudes every day and strong personal relationships.
Known for their eclectic décor and artwork, Park on Fremont is a cool and casual place for brunch. Their interior will catch your eye, while the outdoor patio and back patio garden are perfect on nice days. Try their small plates and drink menu, and prepared to spend a long leisurely morning drinking cocktails here, because their artwork will keep you engaged for hours.
Honey Salt restaurant emphasizes fresh and healthy ingredients. Inspired by the farm-to-table concept, the menu features local ingredients and homemade desserts, and be sure to look out for their special kids menu (10 and under). The restaurants interior is elegant chic – with chandeliers and rustic furnishings, Honey Salt is the perfect balance between classy and casual.
Get ready to wait in line for Hash-House-A-Go-Go. With award winning hubs in San Diego, Chicago, and Connecticut enjoy their cuisine in Las Vegas. They serve traditional brunch and are famous for their enormous huge portions, so be ready to leave with a full stomach. Their reputation as one of the best brunch spots is well known – they have been featured in Martha Stewart, The New York Times, and Man vs. Food. Address & Telephone Number: 1 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV, USA. +1 702 384 4646
Restaurant, American, $$$
Chef Natalie Young | Courtesy of Eat.
Get ready for American comfort food at its finest. Eat. is dedicated to using fresh local ingredients. Their motto is eat local, eat happy, eat fresh, eat fast, and eat smart. By giving back and supporting their community of local artists and charities, the restaurant cultivates a relationship with everyone who passes through.
Border Grill comes from Chef Mary Sue Milliken and Chef Susan Feniger, both known for Bravo’s Top Chef Masters and Food Network’s Too Hot Tamales. Located just off of Mandalay Beach, the two floors of patio dining and outdoor bar overlook the beach and pool. Look out for unlimited small plates and their popular bottomless mimosas. No time to go to Mandalay Beach? Don’t worry. Their second location in Las Vegas is right on the Strip.
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