Hopper has narrowed down the best Las Vegas brunches to these 5 restaurants. Don't believe us? Read the reviews from the 15 food bloggers we've included.
Las Vegas is known for its neon lights, its casinos, its intoxicated celebrities and its embodiment of the flashier aspects of the American Dream. But it also has excellent food, a mighty array of gourmet restaurants in Las Vegas sell dishes from all over the world. And in this city of late nights and bleary mornings (we're trying to say that Las Vegas has an epic nightlife), what better meal to prioritize than brunch? From seafood shacks to steakhouses, and with a thousand variations on waffles, hungover patrons can find whatever they feel like to ease into a new day – and a new culinary adventure. The following is a list of the best brunch spots in Las Vegas, enjoy.
An upmarket all-you-can-eat brunch at The Country Club - Wynn Las Vegas
The Country Club at Wynn, upmarket and elegant with views overlooking the Wynn's plush golf course, has a unique jazz brunch every Sunday. A single charge covers all your food, and you can choose from the vast buffet and order as many dishes as you like from a set menu. There is a seafood focus, with fresh oysters and king crab legs at the center of the buffet, as well as steak and more traditional breakfast items. As its name suggests, the food is accompanied by live jazz music.
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Hash House A Go Go is a restaurant chain originating in San Diego, but its signature branch is now located in the heart of Las Vegas. Its brunch is distinguished by two things: the enormous portions and their crazily playful presentation. Whatever you order from the menu will turn up looking nothing like you expected, but it will be seriously tasty.
Step into France at the Bouchon Bistro
An outpost of Parisian cuisine in the center of Las Vegas, Bouchon is without a doubt the best bakery in Las Vegas. Its patisserie is renowned far and wide, and if you fancy a light brunch, a croissant and coffee in the cafe’s suave surroundings inside The Venetian is hard to beat.