What's the one thing you need most after spending a wild weekend at Vegas's best nightclubs, checking out the best pool parties, and maybe enjoying a lap dance or two? Aspirin, presumably. But you could probably also use a great booze-filled brunch, so we picked the 10 best brunch destinations in Vegas, based on highly scientific criteria such as "Do they serve Cap‘n Crunch Crusted French Toast?" or "Are there bottomless Bloody Marys?". Feast your eyes...
On the Strip
You’ve got a view of the Las Vegas Strip and, more importantly, girls in bikinis by the pool during their “Bubbles and Brunch” at the Cosmopolitan. The Blue Claw Crab Cakes Benedict is better than any other Benedict (suck it, Cumberbatch!), and as the name suggests, there’s plenty of bottomless Champagne, but you should probably start with the Bloody Mary since it comes with shrimp, crispy bacon, blue cheese olives, and more.
The MTO Café
They've got a reputation for creative breakfast and lunch eats; this popular spot should nail brunch no problem, right? Right. At least if their Spam Madame -- which may be the best thing you’ve ever had featuring canned meat -- is anything to go by.
Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge
Off the Strip
The Town Square lounge is known for its selection of cigars, wine, and whiskey but it also has an awesome “Liquid Brunch” featuring “almost bottomless” Bloody Marys and mimosas… which means you get as much as you want -- as long as you don’t start acting up.
On the Strip
The famous “Sterling Brunch” has returned to Bally’s BLT Steak with a more high-end, sophisticated set of offerings, including fine caviar, lobster tails, fresh-shucked oysters, Alaskan king crab legs, and never-ending glasses of Perrier-Jouët Champagne.
Off the Strip
This edgy gastro inside the Hard Rock draws huge crowds with unconventional weekend eats like their Cap‘n Crunch Crusted French Toast battered in cereal milk custard, which you should probably pair with one of two new brunch cocktails: The Queen Lady Hot Mess and Captain King Bloody Mary, both of which promise to cure your hangover... or get you started on the next one early.
Honey Salt is one of the best spots in the West Valley for any meal, thanks to their emphasis on clean food and farm-to-table ingredients, and that’s why the Breakfast Pizza is a much better move come morning than that cold leftover slice sitting in your fridge.
Buddy V’s Ristorante
On the Strip
This Italian-style brunch is one of the best buffets in Las Vegas, and boasts a variety of eats stations scattered throughout the restaurant, though the meat and cheese options, including fresh-cut bacon, are probably enough to fill whatever space last night's alcohol has left in your stomach.
Park on Fremont
Need an extra day? Park on Fremont starts serving brunch on Friday, so you can grab an outdoor seat with a view of Fremont East and order up the egg white omelet with a Skyy White Peach Sangria to wash it down before the start of your wild weekend. Or kick things off with the“Patio Pounder” -- a bottle of Mumm Napa and a carafe of OJ for $20 that's like having bottle service for breakfast.
Off the Strip
Why bother getting dressed after you wake up? Chef Kerry Simon's “Sunday PJ Brunch” at his namesake restaurant inside the Palms boasts an all-you-can-eat menu of comfort foods that include corn flake-crusted French toast, fresh omelets & wood-fired pizzas; a Bloody Mary bar, and a decidedly casual atmosphere. Though you probably shouldn't actually show up in your jammies.
Tacos & Tequila
On the Strip
For some truly South-of-the-border breakfast, you've got to hit the Egyptian-inspired (?!) Luxor for T&T's Mariachi Brunch, where they've got two-for-one margaritas to go with classic dishes like breakfast burritos and Huevos Rancheros.
1. Overlook Grill3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
2. MTO Café500 S Main St, Las Vegas
3. BLT Steak3645 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
4. Culinary Dropout4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas
5. Honey Salt1031 S. Rampart Blvd., Las Vegas
6. Buddy V's RistoranteShoppes at Palazzo, Las Vegas
7. Park on Fremont506 East Fremont, Las Vegas
8. Simon Restaurant and Lounge4381 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas
9. Tacos & Tequila3900 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
10. Double Helix6599 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
This go-to American eatery tucked inside the Cosmopolitan offers "hints of the Riviera"... so maybe bring a swimsuit? Or, just your appetite as you chow down on delicious staples like burgers and fish tacos, plus next-level brunch eats like red velvet waffles.
MTO is a pleasant spot to grab breakfast or lunch (or both!) because of a laid-back and comfortable atmosphere, made-to-order options like pancakes, waffles, sandwiches, soups, and salads.
Inside Bally's, BLT Steak is serving up nothing but Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato sandwiches alongside steaks. Just kidding! They've got all the usual steakhouse favorites (aged NY Strip, seafood options like Dover sole) plus ridiculously good brunch eats like lobster tails and caviar. Yes, for breakfast.
Chill, live music and bar grub are kiiiind of oxymorons in Vegas. But Culinary Dropout will slap you across the face with these things, because they're done on a much larger scale. Unique libations are a great add-on to any of the menus options. Warning: you may feel slightly less cool upon dealing with the tatted, laid back staff, sparking you to think that your life could be pretty damn great if you picked up and moved to Las Vegas...
This farm-to-table eatery wants to ply you with family-style eats and hand-crafted cocktails. Don't miss 'em for brunch where they're dishing up innovative fare like breakfast pizzas and more.
This Italian eatery serves up all the classic boot foods (chicken Parm, garlic bread, etc) but also creative twists, like their carbonara mac & cheese with fontina, peas, and pancetta. Ever had Italian brunch? The correct answer is yes, because that means chowing down on bites like their salumi board, maple-glazed ham, and spicy Italian sausage all cooked up into delish breakfast dishes.
This hip little eatery on Fremont boats great cocktails, sharable plates, and eclectic decor, all meant to convey a vibe of friendly unpretentiousness. To that end, the food is made of bar favorites like wings and corn dogs, or signature dishes like the chicken and waffle sandwich or the Philly mac and cheese—messy comfort foods meant to bring people together. The back patio of this place is where the action is, with 2,5000sqft of space, a seesaw, and salvaged metal art galore. Cocktails like the Stranger Danger and the Trophy Wife display their sense of humor, while packing a serious wallop at the same time. This place is pretty popular, but easy enough to walk in and find a seat.
This resto inside Palms Place serves sea- and comfort food (sweet corn & lobster pasta, sushi pizza, lamb porterhouse) behind all-glass walls that look out over the Palms' high-luxe pool area. Don't miss their solid dessert options, like their famed Junk Food Platter.
The Luxor's T&T is 8000sqft of aluminum-walled, skeleton-bedecked haute-sombrero, rocking a massive, 65x25ft mural of a lady bullfighter, and serving classic Ameri-mex (nachos, tamales, enchiladas), plus nuevo tacos filled with the likes of lobster & more.
This swanky bar right on the Strip features the holy trinity of fancy indulgences: wine, whiskey, and cigars. A menu of sharable plates, charcuterie, and cheese selections keeps the focus on the expensive drinks being poured behind the bar. With over 100 different whiskeys, ryes, and bourbons, not to mention the exhaustive wine list, you could stay here trying different drinks for days. The staff have created many a themed flight of whiskey or wine in case that's what you want to do, including the Rye Not? flight of ryes and the ABC (Anything But Chardonnay) flight of white wines. A lengthy happy hour makes this rather upscale place more affordable, so you can end your meal with one of their 14 varieties of cigar.