Brunch in Las Vegas generally happens on the weekend, although you’ll find a few places serving a daily brunch. No matter what day of the week (or time of day), you can count on having at least a few adult drink options available, most commonly mimosas, Champagne and Bloody Marys. Beware the endless or bottomless pours of these easy-to-drink beverages. You might wind up taking a nap earlier than you planned if you’re not careful.
The granddaddy of all Las Vegas brunches is the Sterling Brunch at Bally’s. This lavish $95 per person brunch has been around for decades. Although the price might seem high, when you consider the array of high-dollar dishes like lobster, filet, caviar and sushi, it’s actually a pretty good value.
While you’ll find plenty of places on the Strip for a great brunch, if you head off the Strip you can find a place that’s more relaxed and a little easier on your wallet as well--with food that’s just as good as anything on the Strip. For instance, Andre’s Bistro is in a small strip mall (as so many off-the-Strip Las Vegas restaurants are), but its French and American food transcends location. Brunch here is a delightful meal and worth the drive out to the Vegas ‘burbs.
Keep scrolling to read our list of Las Vegas restaurants serving up deliciously enjoyable brunches.