There’s never a bad time to visit Lola’s, but the best time is on Sundays during football season. Brunch is served from 11am-2pm at the Summerlin location, and if there’s a New Orleans Saints game on, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better place to watch - even if you can’t name anyone on the team. This Cajun-Creole restaurant serves things like shrimp and grits and jambalaya, and even if the Saints lose, the baked french toast and Hangover Po’boy (always add ham and cheese) will ensure that you’ll still have a good time.
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Jinya Ramen Bar
If you eat one bowl of ramen in Vegas, it should be at Jinya in Chinatown - there might be a wait but it’s worth it.
Golden Tiki in Chinatown might look a bit kitschy, but it’s a way nicer tiki bar than you’ve ever been to - head here with friends.
Hobak Korean BBQ
When you’re looking for something fun and a little different, Hobak is our favorite Korean BBQ spot in the city.
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Sparrow + Wolf
You won’t find more creative food anywhere in Vegas than you will at Sparrow and Wolf in Spring Valley. Come with a few friends and share everything.
30 minutes from the Strip, Americana is where you go when you’ve been in Vegas for a couple days too long, from the great food to the lake views.
Libertine Social in the Mandalay Bay is where you should start your night of hotel-hopping; get a good cocktail and share a few small plates.
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This 24 hour spot in The Cosmopolitan works just as well for breakfast beignets as it does for a reasonably-priced lunch, or middle of the night meal.
Echo & Rig
You all slept in and need a late brunch spot - head to Echo & Rig, an upscale steakhouse in Tivoli Village on weekends for brunch until 3pm.
Gritz Cafe probably belongs more in the South than in downtown Las Vegas, but you’ll be grateful for their all-day Southern breakfast menu.
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