The Best of Las Vegas Brunch
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There are so many venues serving mouthwatering morning choices all over the city; here are some of the best in the gambling capitol.
Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace Resort
Bacchanal is a huge buffet with over 500 daily offerings from every culinary corner of the globe. This is an international feast as well as a stop to satisfy your comfort food cravings. Among the myriad of brunch offerings try favorites such as red velvet pancakes, a myriad of egg dishes, and made to order crepes. Whatever you are in the mood for, you will find it here.
Sterling Brunch at the Ballys Resort
The Sterling Brunch takes you back to the old days of Las Vegas. Take your seat and enjoy endless champagne with BLT Steak's signature oversized, Gruyere cheese-flavored popovers. The buffet features Alaskan king crab legs, lamb, lobster tails, prime rib, sushi, and fresh-shucked oysters. The truffle mashed potatoes are a must try on every visit. You can also order some very tasty items with your server. Try the rich lobster bisque, Caesar salad, eggs benedict, Belgian waffles, and tuna tartare.
Bouchon at the Palazzo Resort
Taking the top spot of Las Vegas Brunch offerings is Bouchon. You can’t go wrong with chef Thomas Keller culinary mastery, so why not brunch? Sip your coffee and dine on oeufs et boudin blanc, a tasty white sausage with scrambled eggs, croissant, and beurre noisette while overlooking a pristine pool for the ultimate way to start your day.
Buddy V’s at the Palazzo Resort
“The Cake Boss” shows he is about much more than cake. We have called this Sunday brunch the best in the city and it certainly stands out in the multitude of offerings. The entire venue is an overload of fresh Italian fare. The authentic dishes are served buffet-style throughout the restaurant. Enjoy charcuterie and cheese platters, a chilled station including shrimp on the shell, fresh salads, pasta fagioli, house breads, and a carving station with maple-glazed Smith Field ham. You can even Make your own Bloody Mary and enjoy a wonderful view of the strip.
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at the Palazzo Resort
Executive chef J.L. Carrera has done an amazing job at this classic steakhouse that includes an iced seafood bar, a cheese and charcuterie bar with more than 60 farmhouse and artisanal cheeses from around the world paired with handmade salamis and meats. Dine al fresco overlooking the strip and enjoy ham and Gruyere crepes, classic eggs benedict, eggs Norwegian, and a decadent crab benedict as well.
Mon Ami Gabi at the Paris Resort
This is the perfect venue to people watch. Choose your table on their strip side patio and enjoy this classic French bistro. The menu features classics such as warm onion soup au gratin with bubbling baked gruyere, frisée & bacon salad with a soft-poached egg and croutons, roast chicken with frites grand-mère style, mushrooms, bacon, and pearl onions.
Echo and Rig off The Strip
Echo and Rig is our go-to place for brunch off the strip. Chef Sam Marvin has created a tasty menu featuring salads, sandwiches and signature entrees including short rib hash, smoked salmon benedict, steakhouse scramble, steak frites, quiche, blueberry buttermilk pancakes, and a New York egg sandwich.
Bar Bistro in the Downtown Arts District
Bar Bistro can be found in the heart of the Las Vegas Arts District. Stop in and enjoy “Out of the Deseart” live bluegrass at the Hangover Brunch every Sunday. Try the cangrejo benedict mofongo: a delicious combination of lump crabmeat, plantain garlic mash, romesco butter, and a quail egg. You can’t go wrong with Chef Beni’s brioche flan French toast either!
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