Let's do brunch
Las Vegas has become one of America’s best brunch cities, with over-the-top weekend meals offering a spectacular variety of sweet and savory eats for true event dining.
Do you brunch buffet? You’ll feast like never before at Bacchanal Buffet (702.731.7928) at Caesars Palace, where an all-you-can-eat brunch menu is available seven days a week until 3 p.m. Think truffled deviled eggs, red velvet pancakes, acai bowls and more. If you prefer a full-service brunch experience with plenty of spice, head over to Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill (702.731.7731), where Saturdays and Sundays are dominated by roasted pumpkin soup with maple crema, chicken and sweet potato hash with green chile Hollandaise sauce and a blue corn buttermilk waffle with blackberry-bourbon syrup.
On the other side of the boulevard, the trendy Hexx Kitchen & Bar (702.331.5100) at Paris Las Vegas serves a massive brunch menu until 4 p.m. daily, everything from healthier options like a roasted beet and grain salad with cumin yogurt dressing to indulgent brioche French toast. At boutique resort the Cromwell, Giada (855.442.3271) offers amazing views to go along with white peach bellinis, flavorful fresh pastries and a lovely lobster hash.
One of Las Vegas’ all-time favorite brunch experiences—let’s call it legendary—is right in the middle of the Strip at Bally’s, the Sterling Brunch at BLT Steak (702.967.7258). With endless pours of Perrier-Jouët bubbly and a regal buffet presentation loaded with Alaskan king crab legs, lobster tails, prime rib, oysters and banana bread pudding French toast, it becomes clear very quickly why this meal has been beloved for more than 30 years. A little extra tip: You can complement the buffet by ordering specialties from your server, like Belgian waffles, eggs Benedict and lobster bisque. Brunch is certainly no time to be messing around.