Where To Eat Brunch in Las Vegas — June 2019 Edition
Make plans for the weekend with these 91 brunches
If any city serves up a decadent brunch, it has to be Las Vegas. Whether you want a buffet with every indulgence, a chance to try Jamaican, Asian, or French fare, or just the best eggs out there, the weekend is the time to indulge in all that’s wrong for a diet. Make it a buffet, order a la carte, maybe switch it up with some butlered dishes, then add some bottomless bloody Marys or endless mimosas. Stay on the Strip or head out to Summerlin, Henderson, Downtown or any of the other neighborhoods. Las Vegas has everything you can dream of when it comes to brunch.
Here’s a look at 91 brunches in Las Vegas, worth the calories and extra time at the gym.
El Segundo Sol
El Segundo Sol, located in the Fashion Show mall, is offering brunch for the first time with a build-your-own-chilaquiles bar on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $16.95 per person. Diners can take unlimited trips to the all gluten-free bar to fill their plates with Mexican chilaquiles with freshly scrambled eggs and guajillo sauce and toppings such as Fresno and jalapeño peppers, guacamole, housemade salsas, Chihuahua cheese, and more.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Head to Eiffel Tower Resaurant every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for lobster Benedict with creamed spinach, asparagus and, Hollandaise or boneless farm-raised chicken with creamed spinach creme, asparagus, and roasted mushrooms.
Mon Ami Gabi
The brunch menu here is small — eggs Benedict, French toast, carmelized apple waffle, corned beef hash and fruit — but it’s the view you want on the patio anyway. Open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Try the DIY sparkling cocktails, where guests can order a bottle of house sparkling brut and choice of unique “elixirs,” including pear and ginger, blood orange cardamom and more.