Where to Eat Brunch in Las Vegas, 2018 Edition

13 reliable brunches to frequent in Las Vegas

Las Vegas does brunch like no other city in the world. Travelers can find over-the-top, three-course meals that look out on the Fountains at Bellagio at Lago, the most decadent buffet complete with Champagne and caviar at the Sterling Brunch, Mexican treats at Border Grill and brunch with an Italian twist at Buddy V’s Ristorante from “The Cake Boss” himself. Some restaurants such as Sugarcane and Cañonita at the Grand Canal Shoppes and Rock & Reilly’s on the Strip serve brunch seven days a week. Here’s a look at 13 of the best brunches in Las Vegas.

The Brunch Club menu at Herringbone on Saturday and Sunday goes for $59 per person for all-you-can-eat features that include access to the carving station, juice bar, salt brine and poke bar, farm basket station and bloody Mary bar. Specialties here include a loco moco Benny and orange ricotta chocolate chip pancakes. Aria, 702.590.9899

Daily brunch until 4 pm at Hexx Kitchen + Bar means carrot cake pancakes and protein omelets. Sit out on the patio overlooking the Fountains at Bellagio for chicken and waffles, brioche French toast or a cinnaroll waffle with cream cheese frosting, all paired with bottomless mimosas for the perfect way to start the day. Paris, 702.331.5100

The “Cake Boss” dishes out chicken parm and panettone French toast served buffet-style every Saturday and Sunday at Buddy V's Ristorante. A carvery serves maple-glazed ham, spicy Italian sausage, bacon and chicken apple sausage, while a dessert table dishes cannoli, tiramisu and zeppoles. The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Palazzo, 702.607.2355

Brunch at Giada

Television personality Giada De Laurentiis serves strawberry polenta waffles and walnut-raisin panzanella Friday through Sunday at her very first restaurant, Giada. Diners can even order unlimited mimosas or build-their-own brownies to end the meal. The Cromwell, 855.442.3271

Go Mexican for brunch with breakfast burritos, carnitas omelets, braised short rib chilaquiles, and orange-canela pancakes at Cañonita. While the restaurant serves breakfast daily, diners can head to the bloody mary bar or bottomless mimosa bar every Saturday and Sunday while looking out at the replica of St. Mark’s Square. The Grand Canal Shoppes, 702.420.2561

The 24-hour Rock & Reilly's restaurant dishes out breakfast burritos and an Irish breakfast. Even corned beef hash and a sausage MacReilly with a fried egg and cheese on an English muffin give this place a distinctly Irish feel. Hawaiian Marketplace, 3743 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702.805.2777

Brunch at Lago

Snag brunch with an Italian twist at Lago by Julian Serrano overlooking the Fountains at Bellagio. Order a frittata or an Italian sausage and fried egg burger on Sundays. The decadent three-course feast comes with freshly baked pastries including classic tiramisu and Nutella crespelle. Bellagio, 702.693.8865

Make no mistake about the feast that comes at the Sterling Brunch at BLT Steak. Bottomless Perrier-Jouët Champagne and unlimited caviar are just part of the decadent Sterling Brunch on Sundays. Bally’s, 702.739.4111

Hunter's waffles at Bardot Brasserie

Decadent Hunter’s waffles with duck confit and Nutella sticky bread make Bardot Brasserie's weekend brunch a hit. Even the Benedicts get a French treatment with a croissant swaddling two poached eggs and a choice of prosciutto, short rib bourguignon, smoked salmon or avocados. Pair a meal with bottomless glasses of rosé. Aria, 877.230.2742

Head to La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway overlooking the pool for a tableside, butler-style brunch served on Saturday and Sunday.  Wynn, 702.632.7200

Dig into brioche French toast with orange marmalade or the omelet of the day every Friday through Sunday at Bouchon. The Venetian, 702.414.6200 

Sugarcane raw bar grill straight out of Miami serves a daily brunch with dishes such as vanilla bean beignets with hazelnut ganache, an oxtail Benedict, fat boy hash with sunny side up eggs, and duck and waffle crispy leg confit. The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, 702.414.2263

Spice up your weekend with chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, the Food Network’s “Too Hot Tamales,” who dish out green corn tamales, pigs in a croissant or tres leches bread pudding every Saturday and Sunday at Border Grill. Many of these dishes are even gluten-free. Mandalay Bay, 702.632.7200

Susan Stapleton
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