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Best Brunch in Las Vegas

Vegas may be the entertainment capital of the world, but that’s not all it’s about. Vegas spoils us with its food. Aside from flipping around at The Beatles LOVE show my favourite thing to do is eat. It’s funny, you may not associate a Cirque performer with a passion for eating. For me, though, they go hand in hand. The more energy I put out on stage the more I can indulge in “food, glorious food!”

For a Cirque Artist in Las Vegas, brunch is the most important meal of the day. As Sophia Singleton, an acrobat working on The Beatles LOVE explains: “We work late into the evenings, a lot of us aren’t “morning people”. Which is why brunch is often a daily occurrence!”

Working on LOVE, Sophia even has Sundays off – that’s how she’s been able to try all the amazing brunch spots across the city!

Discover Sophia’s must-try and other popular brunch destinations, luxurious buffets, and lesser-known spots so you can find the perfect place for your cravings.

Sophia's Choice

1. The Garden Las Vegas

If you’re looking for the best of both worlds, The Garden Las Vegas will feed you delicious food whilst also giving you top-notch entertainment. The Garden is home to some of the best Drag Queens in the country and they know how to put on a show! Tickets are $75USD per person for a brunch entree, bottomless mimosas and a front row seat to a star-studded interactive drag show. I mean, seriously, what’s not to love?!

2. Jardin - Encore at Wynn

If you’re looking for something a bit more slow-paced and are feeling a little bougie. Jardin at Encore will not disappoint. My grandma is one classy lady, and she insists on brunch at Jardin every time she makes the trip from England to visit. Jardin boasts class with its conservatory setting, looking out at the pristine pools and gardens of the hotel. Their brunch menu has something for everyone whether it may be a smoked bloody Mary and short rib & egg sliders, or a green juice paired with a vegan kale scramble. Mine (and Grandma’s) personal favourite is the Maine Lobster Benedict, as it is most definitely a thing of beauty. If you’re going to be fancy, why not go all out, right?

3. Good Morning Kitchen

I am well and truly spoiled with this next pick as it’s approximately a 3-minute drive from my house. Good Morning Kitchen hasn’t been open very long and is already a local favourite. It is just off strip in Spring Valley but completely worth the short drive. They offer all your breakfast favourites from pancakes and French toasts to chilaquiles and breakfast burritos. They also offer an extensive vegan menu for all you plant-based foodies. I can’t even choose a standout dish because honestly everything here is amazing!

4. Baby Birds Cafe

Located up in Summerlin right beside the Lakes (yes, we have lakes in Vegas). Baby Birds Cafe is the place to go if your Instagram feed needs a bit of love. From their floral adorned interior to their picture-perfect plates, this is every influencer’s dream brunch spot. With a wide selection of frappés and iced coffees, they have you covered for the desert heat. The food also tastes just as good as it looks. They serve up a selection of specialty toasts, smoothie bowls and salads using all natural ingredients. The “Smoked Salmon Toast” is delectable but so is the “Vegan Tuna Toast”, a must try whether you’re vegan or not. It’s absolutely delish!

Well there you have it! My top 4 brunch spots. Thank you for stopping by and I hope you get a chance to go and try some of them out. I can assure you whichever you pick you won’t be disappointed.

Other Popular Brunch Spots in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known for its amazing eating spots. Party-goers rejoice, these restaurants offer a variety of sumptuous dishes and unforgettable brunch experiences, whenever you finally awaken, hungry for more Vegas pazzazz!

Esther's Kitchen

Esther's Kitchen is a renowned brunch spot located in the heart of Las Vegas. The restaurant offers a delightful range of Italian-inspired dishes, with a menu that boasts flavorful breakfast pizzas and country-fried steak.

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Lago is another popular brunch destination in Las Vegas. The restaurant offers a three-course brunch that includes mouth-watering dishes such as brioche french toast, Mexican-style breakfast tacos, and the option for bottomless rosé.


Bouchon is a French bistro concept created by 3 Michelin-starred chef Thomas Keller, located in the Venezia Tower of The Venetian Resort. Its stunning interior features a classic mosaic floor, a magnificent pewter bar, antique light fixtures, and hand-painted murals by French artist Paulin Paris.

The menu includes breakfast poutine, huevos rancheros, vegan dishes, toast, chicken, and more. For those with a sweet tooth, coffee and desserts are available. Bottomless cocktails and caviar service, as well as Bloody Mary, are perfect for brunch.

Bardot Brasserie

Bardot Brasserie is an elegant French brasserie located at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, offering an extensive selection of classic French comfort food.

The brunch experience includes Rib Hash, Breakfast Sandwich, Dutch Pancakes, Ricotta Pancakes, “Endless” Mimosas, Buttermilk Pancakes, Cinnamon Roll Pancakes, and Hash House.

The friendly service and delicious food make Bardot Brasserie one of the best brunch spots in Las Vegas.


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Giada, the Italian-inspired restaurant located at The Cromwell, offers a delightful brunch experience featuring both sweet and savory dishes, as well as housemade sangria and bottomless mimosas. Savory items like grilled cheese paninis and Caprese frittatas are available, as well as sweet treats like hazelnut chocolate chip pancakes.

The bright, naturally-lit atmosphere of Giada makes it a perfect spot for brunch, available Fridays to Sundays from 9am to 3pm.

Enjoy the best Italian-inspired brunch in Las Vegas at Giada.


Peyote, located in Downtown Las Vegas, serves up a Latin-inspired brunch on weekends featuring plant-based and gluten-free options like vegan chorizo mollete and mushroom croque madame.

Enjoy a decadent brunch of fresh berries, breakfast plate, cardamom orange swirl bread, challah French toast, and a charcuterie tower at this popular spot in Mandalay Bay.

Experience the best of the brunch scene with Peyote's delicious and unique menu.

Best Brunch Buffets in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known for its incredible brunch buffets, and one of the very best is The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas. With over sixty options available, ranging from breakfast pizza to lobster eggs Benedict, it's the perfect spot for a luxurious weekend brunch.

For those looking for something a bit different, Honey Salt and Spago are also excellent choices.

The Buffet

The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas offers an indulgent weekend brunch experience. With more than 60 options available, guests can enjoy a wide variety of dishes. Indulge in traditional breakfast fare such as breakfast pizza, lobster eggs Benedict, and breakfast tacos. For those craving something savory, options like the chicken sandwich and chicken waffles are available.

The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas is conveniently located on Casino Center Blvd, on the casino floor of the Virgin Hotel. With its brioche buns, chocolate croissant, and loco moco, this brunch experience is sure to satisfy any craving. The buffet is open seven days a week, starting at 8:00 AM.


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Honey Salt

Honey Salt is a popular farm-to-table restaurant in Las Vegas' Arts District. It offers a varied menu with options for both vegans and carnivores. The delectable brunch dishes include a Crab Cocktail, Breakfast Poutine, Monkey Bread, and Crispy Rice.

Food quality is top-notch, and the Bottomless Bubbles option provides an extra special touch.

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Located inside the Bellagio, Spago offers a luxurious brunch experience that features inventive and flavorful dishes. Perfect for special occasions, this brunch spot offers an elegant atmosphere, delicious menu, and signature dishes that will leave guests feeling satisfied.

The menu boasts a variety of choices, from fresh seafood to classic breakfast dishes and exquisite desserts. Highlights include the Lobster Benedict, the Sunday Roast, and the decadent Chocolate Caramel Tart.

At Spago, guests can expect an unforgettable brunch experience.


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Hidden Gems: Lesser-Known Brunch Spots

If you're looking for a unique brunch experience, try some lesser-known spots in Las Vegas.

Whether you're looking for a cozy beach house or a hidden wine and food hideaway, there are plenty of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. For more hidden gems in Las Vegas, check out these top secret places in Las Vegas.

Here are a few of our favorites.

Kassi Beach House

Kassi Beach House is an Italian restaurant located at Virgin Resort in Las Vegas. It is renowned for its exquisite brunch menu featuring delicacies such as smoked salmon platter, grilled octopus, fresh salads, steak frites, and wood-fired pizzas.

The restaurant's elegant decor and relaxing atmosphere transport guests to the Italian seaside, creating an ideal setting for a memorable brunch experience.

Indulge in its delectable offerings and enjoy a unique dining experience that is sure to impress.



La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway

If you're looking for the best brunch in Las Vegas, then La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway should be your top pick.

This popular spot offers a prix fixe menu with options like their Filet Mignon Eggs Benedict or the Snickers pancakes.

They also offer a buffet-style brunch with bites and entrees passed around by a butler, making it a luxurious and unforgettable experience.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to try the best brunch in Las Vegas.

Our Tips for Enjoying Brunch in Las Vegas

To ensure the best brunch experience in Las Vegas, consider the following expert tips:

  • Research: Familiarize yourself with the average cost of brunch dishes and drinks.
  • Dietary Preferences: Seek out vegan or vegetarian-friendly options.
  • Plan Ahead: Make a reservation ahead of time to avoid long waits.
  • Dress Appropriately: Adhere to any dress codes set by upscale brunch locations.
  • With the right preparation, your Las Vegas brunch experience can be both delightful and memorable.

    After researching the various brunch spots in Las Vegas and evaluating them based on taste, service, atmosphere, affordability, and accessibility, it can be concluded that the best brunch spot in Las Vegas is one that offers an exceptional combination of all five elements.

    Las Vegas offers a variety of brunch options, from popular spots to lesser-known gems, for all budgets. Whether enjoying a buffet or a la carte, visitors can explore new dishes while taking in the unique atmosphere of the city.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Types of Food Are Served at Brunch in Las Vegas?

In Las Vegas, brunch menus typically feature a wide array of dishes, from classic breakfast favorites to lunch dishes and more. Options can include omelets, pancakes, sandwiches, salads, tacos, burgers, and more.

Are There Any Vegan/Vegetarian Options Available?

Yes, many Las Vegas brunches offer vegan and vegetarian options. From salads to plant-based entrees, there are plenty of menu items to choose from.

What Are the Average Prices of Brunch in Las Vegas?

The average prices for brunch in Las Vegas vary depending on the restaurant. Generally, brunch prices can range from $10 to $50 per person.

Are Any of the Restaurants Kid-Friendly?

Many restaurants in Las Vegas offer kid-friendly brunch options. Some offer activities to keep children entertained while parents enjoy their meal. Additionally, many restaurants offer discounts or special menus for children.

Are Reservations Required for Brunch Spots in Las Vegas?

Reservations may be required for some brunch spots in Las Vegas. It is best to check in advance to ensure availability and a guaranteed table.

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