The Best Brunch Spots In Las Vegas

Boozy party scenes, patios with killer views, and more of our favorite places in Vegas to start the day.
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Sometimes, breakfast or brunch in Las Vegas consists of hotel coffee and a granola bar that now looks more like an Airhead after spending 24 hours at the bottom of your bag. But sometimes, you want a better start to the day—one that includes pancakes and a side of bacon. Or maybe your ideal Sunday morning involves dressing up and drinking out of champagne flutes. Whatever you’re looking for, here’s a guide to the best brunch spots in town, with options both near the Strip and some with a short drive that’ll help shake off the hangover. And if you’re specifically looking for the best restaurants in Las Vegas, we’ve got you covered as well.


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If you’re looking for an excuse to wear your new sundress and gossip about whatever lawless activity you saw on the Strip last night, Bottiglia’s sundrenched room accented with floral curtains and upholstery is just the spot. The portions are great for sharing, so start with a shellfish tower and avocado toast, and don’t hesitate to order the enormous, gooey orange caramel pecan sticky bun. And, whether you have room for it or not, order the tirami “shoe,” which is exactly what it sounds like: the Italian dessert, but in the shape of an edible pump. Their brunch only runs Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 3pm, and includes a $25 bottomless mimosas and Aperol spritz deal.

There are very few guarantees in Las Vegas, but you can always count on brunch at Bouchon being the highlight of your week. It’s great for large groups that want to start the day on a high note before your friends start throwing back tequila shots. The menu is classic French, but make sure you order the merguez hash or at least get a plate of it to share. Just be warned that you’re still going to spend a lot (think a barebones minimum of $50 per person) even though it’s more casual than The French Laundry, and they’re only open for brunch Thursday through Sunday.

For an all-day boozy brunch fest with your friends, stand in the Costco checkout-sized line at DW Bistro (don’t worry, it moves fast once the doors open). As if the delicious Jamaican and New Mexican flavors weren’t enough, the pastry basket of freshly baked croissants and scones blows us away every time. The food is excellent and the space is basically a sexy day club without a swimming pool, where restaurant industry people blow off steam and self-proclaimed influencers let loose. Embrace that energy and make sure to order a signature Bloody Mary with Jamaican jerk seasoning.

There’s that moment on weekend mornings when a decision has to be made: add to your sleep deprivation to make it to brunch, or go back to sleep and annoy your Type-A friend who made all the reservations. Echo and Rig, an upscale butcher and steakhouse in Tivoli Village, makes your decision a bit easier by serving brunch until 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Focus on the small plates portion of the brunch menu and order things like portobello fries and half-inch-thick bacon, plus the french toast with cinnamon crunch from the mains.

This Italian spot has become so popular that it’s practically the crown jewel of the Arts District. Here you can find local artists and tourists looking to escape their hotels on the Strip and nurse their hangovers with plates of mushroom benedict with duck fat hollandaise and french toast made with cardamom orange swirl bread and housemade nutella. Be sure to reserve well ahead of time, since everyone wants to eat here and the space isn’t that big.

If you want ambiance over everything else at brunch, Kassi Beach House is the move. There’s always a DJ blasting loud pop and electronic remixes, while aspiring swimsuit models are there taking pictures in the upscale beach shack before partying at the day club. If you actually want to eat, the coastal Italian-inspired menu includes basics like avocado toast and ricotta pancakes, but the plate of soft scrambled eggs with squash, zucchini, parmesan, and salsa verde is a standout. For the ultimate boozy brunch, enjoy your meal on a daybed by the pool and order their bottomless rosé. 

Spago opened in the early ‘80s serving chinois chicken salad and smoked salmon pizza, and both items are still on the menu today. Unlike some of the music from that era, though, these dishes still hold up. Although it might not scream brunch, the juicy prime burger dripping with melted cheddar and charred onions is one of the best on the Strip. There’s also something about sitting on the patio in front of the Bellagio fountains with a pineapple ginger mojito and some Basque cheesecake that makes everything taste that much better.

Every time we go to La Cave, we wonder why nobody else does a butler-style format like they do. What this means is that for $54, you can help yourself to adorable little portions of brunch foods like cinnamon apple waffles, filet mignon eggs benedict, and tiny stacks of Snickers pancakes that servers bring to your table on trays. Ask for a table near the living plant wall, where you can snap photos and sip bottomless sangria and cocktails (for an additional $34 per person) before lounging at the pool.

It’s hard not to be distracted by the view of the iconic Bellagio fountains, but the Italian menu at Lago will do a good job of keeping your attention. It’s definitely more of a honeymooners and grownups scene, where everyone gets a little dressed up in their Sunday best for brunch. The breakfast calzone with ricotta, scrambled eggs, and pesto is a hearty main, but you can also go harder on the -unch of brunch with pasta dishes like seafood linguine and truffle cheese fondue-topped lasagna. They also serve brunch on Friday, so book a spot then for a better chance at prime seats.

You won’t be the first person to walk into The Bagel Cafe, see the deli counter and pastry cases, and forget that you came here for bagels. But that distraction (and temptation) won’t last long when the host seats you at a table and you look at the menu printed as a newspaper. Get any of the 20 different types of freshly baked bagels paired with one of their spreads or as an egg sandwich—just make sure you order at least one order of potato pancakes for the table. It’s a clutch spot for those that ended up at the after after party since their breakfast is served all day.

Mon Ami Gabi at the Paris Hotel is always a good idea, especially since this popular bistro consistently serves great food, and its Strip-side patio is one of the best people-watching spots in town. The brunch menu of five classic dishes—eggs benedict, corned beef hash, french toast, avocado and green bean toast, and a smoked salmon platter—is available Friday to Sunday from 11am to 2pm, but they also serve a more extensive breakfast menu every day. The impossibly nice staff does their best to accommodate walk-in guests, but the space is always packed with starry-eyed newlyweds and international families on vacation, so reserve ahead to play it safe.

Original Sunrise Cafe serves a straightforward, classic American breakfast daily that’s worth venturing off the Strip. Order the Cajun prime rib benedict topped with cheddar cheese and a generous serving of Cajun hollandaise on a hoagie roll, along with the Crunchberry french toast that brings us right back to when reading cereal boxes was a thing. It’s a great place to take the family, but not on weekends—they don’t take reservations, so expect to wait an hour or more Saturday and Sunday.

This retro spot feels like it was plucked straight out of Palm Springs. Located a few blocks from the Fremont Street madness, the patio with hundreds of potted cacti and pastel furniture will make you want to rush to the nearest nursery to replicate this space in your own yard. We can’t get enough of the perfectly battered and fried shrimp tacos, and the plant-based and gluten-free options like vegan chorizo mollete and chilaquiles. Bring a group, and spend your whole afternoon working your way down the delicious cocktail menu.

“Grand” is an understatement to describe the Vegas outpost of this NYC spot. The massive, sunny European bistro is the perfect place to debrief on the night before while you stare at the view of the gardens and contemplate which gigantic seafood and bagel tower to order. The house salmon is a classic, the bruleed grapefruit cocktail will make you want to buy a blowtorch, and if you’re really looking to ball out, you should add trout roe or caviar to your soft scrambled eggs. No matter what, don’t forget to buy some sticky buns from the to-go cart up front.

We aren’t doctors, but we are confident (through many non-FDA-approved trials) that the fresh mini bagels at Veranda can cure any hangover. With its location inside the Four Seasons, you might worry about being underdressed for this buffet, but the atmosphere is more come as you already are. (Though you might want to remove your new collection of bead necklaces and the bridesmaid sash that definitely doesn’t belong to you.) You’ll likely find yourself sitting next to another gaggle of friends, all still in their pajamas, trying to shake off last night over a plate of huevos rancheros.

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