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Las Vegas has long been known for many fine brunch options. With spring in the air and Easter on the horizon, we’ve assembled a sampling of the wide variety of Easter brunch options both on and off the famed Las Vegas Strip.
Comme Ça by David Myers, The Cosmopolitan — The Strip
Executive chef Brian Howard has created a lovely brunch to celebrate the holiday. Guests may indulge in the tempting brunch menu for $49 per person with an option for bottomless champagne, mimosas, and Bloody Marys for an additional $25 per person. The Easter buffet features house-made charcuterie, deviled eggs with a black truffle garnish, artisan cheese displays with traditional garnishes, assorted quiche, French potato salad, roasted cremini mushrooms with grilled ramps, and an assortment of flavorful glazed spring vegetables. In addition, they are firing up their wood-fired grill with some very nice options that include beer can chicken, roasted leg of lamb with a Provençale chimichurri, savory yet sweet hay-smoked honey ham, and grilled ruby trout. Of course, no Easter brunch is complete without something sweet. Chef Howard and his talented staff have created a sweet finish, complete with apple scones, chocolate croissants, lemon tarts, pot de crème, éclairs, and Comme Ça’s original duck confit cinnamon rolls.
Rao's, Caesars Palace — The Strip
Guests can hop on over to Caesars Palace and enjoy brunch at the famed Rao's Restaurant and celebrate Italian-style. Specials include corn soup ($15), crabcakes ($21), penne with braised lamb shank ragù ($28), and for dessert, a rich carrot cake ($12).
SUSHISAMBA, Palazzo Resort — The Strip
For a unique meal, SUSHISAMBA executive chef Herb Wilson has assembled many options to choose from. Grilled hanger steak with red chimichurri and organic eggs any style is a nice choice. Guests can also enjoy lobster eggs Benedict with miso-yuzu hollandaise; a South American frittata with lingüiça, asparagus, and hearts of palm; and Wagyu sliders. For dessert, save room for dulce de leche French toast, house-made quinoa waffles, and warm churros with spiced caramel and Peruvian chocolate dipping sauce.
OLIVES by Todd English, Bellagio Resort — The Strip
Celebrity chef Todd English has created a delightful Easter menu. Guests can start with grilled shrimp cocktail, BBQ pork flatbread, or watermelon gazpacho. Main course options include black olive chicken with polenta, pan-seared snapper with green pea risotto, or a surf and turf: grilled rib-eye steak with tempura fried jumbo shrimp.
Border Grill, Mandalay Bay Resort — The Strip
Border Grill executive chef Mike Minor has created an Easter menu to be enjoyed inside or outside on their patio. He’ll offer the very popular all-you-can-eat Border Brunch ($29.99 per person with optional $5 bottomless mimosas). The menu is available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and guests can indulge in distinctive, Border Grill-style fare, such as bacon-jalapeño peanut butter and jelly, Peruvian shrimp and grits, Mexican chocolate pancakes, bread pudding French toast, frittata tart, Mexican rice pudding, breakfast enchilada, and shortrib hash and eggs. Rounding out the menu is Border Grill's famous dulce de leche-infused churro tots, an episode-winning dish from season three of Bravo's Top Chef Masters.
Hash House A Go Go, Various Locations — Off the Strip
Guests can hop into one of the four Las Vegas Hash House A Go Go locations for an enjoyable Easter Sunday meal. Food and drink specials range in price from $5.25 to $31.95. Menu options include the lamb chop hash (crispy potatoes, lamb chops, roasted red peppers, spinach, and goat cheese with two eggs and a biscuit, all drizzled with barbecue sauce), butterscotch almond pancakes, and roast chicken "Benny:" a biscuit topped with spinach, mushrooms, chicken, and two over-easy eggs. For dinner try the wedge salad, the Hash House mixed grill (lamb chop, duck breast, and boneless rib-eye), or mahimahi stuffed with a crabcake.
T-Bones Chop House, Red Rock Resort — Off the Strip
T-Bones at Red Rock Resort will serve Easter Brunch from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The buffet menu selection includes assorted salads and smoked salmon, chilled shrimp and crab claws, made-to-order omelettes, braised shortribs, roasted pacific halibut, lemon thyme chicken, cinnamon roll pancakes, dessert, and pastries for $75 per person and $29 for children aged 8 and under. The Easter Bunny will also be making a special appearance.
Dos Caminos, Summerlin — Off the Strip
The newly opened Dos Caminos did not waste any time getting into the Easter mood. The brunch menu will include sopa de albondigas (tiny meatballs in rich herb broth), Oaxacan quesadillas, serrano ham and Mexican cheeses, poached eggs, mole negro, and cajeta-filled dark chocolate eggs in addition to their regular menu.
Marche Bacchus, Desert Shores — Off the Strip
Marche Bacchus, just 10 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, is known for its lakeside seating. For Easter, the restaurant will offer a champagne brunch featuring a four-course meal and a complimentary mimosa or champagne ($49 per person). It's available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and guests can indulge in French-inspired fare including chilled carrot ginger soup, jumbo lump crabcakes, pan-roasted salmon, chicken-filled crepes, and classic eggs Benedict.
Honey Salt, Summerlin — Off the Strip
This new farm-to-table restaurant in Summerlin has a whole day of activities planned. There will be an Easter egg hunt for the little ones and brunch specials that include artisanal hand-carved ham off the bone and farm-fresh eggs with breakfast potatoes. They even offer a special menu for the kids including pizza margherita, mac and cheese, pasta with butter, and chicken. For dessert, options include Easter cookies and milk, honey salt snow cones, or "grow your own sundae"’
Las Vegas offers a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional Easter brunch menus both on and off the Strip. This Easter Sunday no matter your mood or palate, there is a mouthwatering option waiting for you.
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