We know you like to sleep in—so do we. Make your weekends lazy days as you lounge while enjoying Las Vegas' best brunches.
From live bands at STK to cakes shaped like flower pots at Jardin and more, these places are among the city's best.
Get your weekend off to a rockin' start; bands keep the atmosphere energetic, but you can slow down with multiple trips to the bloody mary and mimosa displays—if you like bloody marys, the green-tomato mix is unlike anything you've ever had before.
The glorious new offering from Encore offers some of the most imaginative creations around—dessert comes in the form of a flower-pot cake that's completely edible. The Moscow mule cart is a don't-miss.
Succulent seafood, smashing cheese and charcuterie and a wine list that doesn't quit—sampling is key at this divine brunch spot. Sit on the patio to soak in all the sights and sounds of the Strip.
Never before have we encountered a restaurant we plan our trip back to as much as this one—perhaps it's the fact you can add foie gras to EVERYTHING. Visit as early as possible to avoid long wait times—no reservations are accepted.
The perfect Strip-side spot to take out-of-towners, whether you sit inside the sunny atrium or on the Strip-facing patio, you won't be disappointed. The crepes are out of this world.
Daniel Boulud is back where he belongs—on the Las Vegas Strip. A great place for traditional brunch items served up with modern flair, thanks to Boulud and chef Vincent Poussel.
Home to the swanky Sterling Brunch, a one-stop gastronomic shop for amazing selections of caviar, steak, seafood and oh-so-much more. Don't even thinking of heading here without a reservation!
Flawless cuisine by Hubert Keller, including a build-your-own roving bloody Mary cart with inspired selections. A must for mid-day risers.
Michael Mina returns to his roots, cooking sublime French dishes with modern flair. Must-try brunch dishes include the escargot, Nutella sticky buns and foie-gras parfait.
Giada can do no wrong. Everything she creates is light, flavorful and creative. Ask for a table by the windows that look out directly onto the Las Vegas Strip.
Chef Brian Massie is a culinary genius—he manages to make good-for-you food taste sinful. We never thought quinoa could taste so good. Of course, for those determined to be naughty, there's a bloody Mary cart and champagne & oysters option.
Never have we seen cuisine so flawless as the selections put forth at this chic restaurant. It's the most sophisticated brunch option in town.
We always eat until we're ready to burst at this butler-style brunch where each offering seems tastier than the last. It's best devoured on the patio that overlooks the most picturesque pool in town.
Grab a sangria and some flatbread and nosh away at this relaxing suburban brunch destination where the service is prompt and the seating is beyond comfortable. It's the perfect place for a get-together.
Chef Jamaal Taherzadeh brings the marvelous Mexican cuisine of Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger to life with delicious results. With bottomless mimosas and unlimited small plates, it's almost a deal to good to be true.
Arrive at opening to make sure you get a spot on the patio from this restaurant in the middle of Town Square. The chiliquiles are a must try, as is the sangria that tastes like apple pie.