Even if you don’t partake back home, brunch in Las Vegas can be an attractive option. Part of the appeal derives from the fact brunch is served later into the day than traditional breakfast allowing you to sleep in.
Additionally, with restaurants serving both breakfast and lunch items, there is sure to be something on the menu for everyone in your party.
As an added bonus, many brunch options in Las Vegas offer bottomless mimosas or bloody marys for an additional fee which allows you to start your day on the right foot.
So, where can you find a good brunch in Las Vegas on the Strip and Downtown? I thought it would be helpful to give you a breakdown of your options!
For each brunch destination, I’ll ensure to link to the menu so you can easily compare and contrast. Just click the restaurant’s name to be taken there.
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Brunch On The Las Vegas Strip
Overlook Grill at Cosmopolitan: Sitting next to their rooftop Boulevard Pool, Overlook is open seasonally and serves a collection of omelets, breakfast sandwiches, smoothies, and pancakes at a price point of just under $25.
The Henry at Cosmopolitan: Notable items on The Henry’s brunch menu include their Signature Short Rib Benedict, Southern Shrimp and Grits, Steak and Eggs, and a Breakfast Burrito.
A favorite of mine ever since visiting New Orleans, I suggest starting with their warm Beignets. The majority of entrees land in the $20 range.
STK at Cosmopolitan: The popular steakhouse offers an upscale brunch menu with unique selections like truffle steak & eggs, hot chicken & waffles, and a smoked pork belly benedict among other selections.
Of course, there’s also a lineup of steaks offered, most of which landing in the $70-$100 range.
Catch at Aria: Offering weekend brunch on Saturday and Sunday, Catch serves a selection of eggs, omlettes, salads, burgers, and even a breakfast burrito. Most items land in the $20 – $30 range.
Bardot Brasserie at Aria: A French take on brunch in Las Vegas, Bardot Brasserie offers classic items like French Toast, Waffles, and an omelette, in addition to more unique items like a Croque Madame, King Crab, and Maine Lobster. Main courses at Bardot cost an average of $25 – $30.
Giada at Cromwell: Serving brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 9 am – 3 pm Giada offers an assortment that includes hazelnut chocolate chip pancakes, sunrise polenta waffles, lobster hash, and salmon benedict. Pricing for most items lands in the $20 range.
Border Grill at Mandalay Bay: With options like biscuits and gravy, pancakes, eggs benedict, or steak and eggs, Border Grill could be the ideal spot to set the base for the day.
House of Blues at Mandalay Bay: Among the more unique brunch options in Las Vegas, Gospel Brunch at House of Blues serves up southern-inspired classics alongside a hearty helping of gospel music.
Lupo by Wolfgang Puck at Mandalay Bay: With entrees hovering in the $20 range, Lupo serves up Huevos Rancheros, Calamari Fritti, and a Brunch Burger in addition to more traditional breakfast and lunch items.
Citizen’s Kitchen and Bar at Mandalay Bay: Several items from Citizen’s breakfast menu are offered on the lunch menu as well, which include avocado toast, eggs any style, steak & eggs, and a breakfast sandwich.
Flights at Planet Hollywood: Located in the Miracle Mile Shops, Flights offers a daily “Breakfast Meets Brunch” menu from 9 am – 2 pm. Guests can score a classic breakfast or loaded omelet for just $10, and their New York Steak and Eggs will only set you back $15.
Bouchon at Venetian: Hovering around a $30 price point for most items on the brunch menu, Bouchon serves an assortment of pastries, waffles, eggs benedict, and steak & eggs.
Chica at Venetian: Providing a Latin twist on brunch in Las Vegas, Chica serves items that include eggs benedict cazuela, Baja breakfast burrito, fried chicken & waffles, and a Cubano sandwich. Most of their “brunch favorites” land in the $20 range, although some items are a tad spendier.
Sugarcane Raw Bar at Venetian: Unique brunch items offered at Sugarcane include oysters, yellowfin tuna tartare, poke bowl, and smoked salmon pizza among other options. They also offer more traditional breakfast items like avocado toast, eggs, waffles, duck & waffles, and even a fried chicken sandwich. Baseline entree pricing starts at about $19 and goes up from there.
Alexxa’s at Paris: Situated along the Las Vegas Strip, Brunch at Alexxa’s can be the perfect perch to people watch and admire Bellagio’s fountain show across the street. Their brunch menu is available from 7 am – 2:45 pm daily and includes unique items like chicken & waffles, country-fried steak, and huevos rancheros, among others.
Pyramid Cafe at Luxor: Pyramid Cafe serves both traditional breakfast items and lunch items like burgers, sandwiches, and wraps until 2 pm daily. This isn’t the fanciest brunch on the Strip, but it is likely one of the cheapest.
I recently stopped in for a cheeseburger and was impressed with the cost-to-quality ratio.
They also serve bottomless mimosas for $19.99 – Pretty cheap!
Lago at Bellagio: Offered Friday – Sunday from 10 am – 2:30 pm, Lago’s brunch menu includes options like Lobster Benedict, Lasagna, Steak and Eggs, and Smoked Salmon, with most entrees landing in the $30 range. Better yet, Lago is among the restaurants at Bellagio with a fountain view.
Mon Ami Gabi at Paris: Also located at Paris alongside the Strip, Mon Ami Gabi’s outdoor patio also affords for great people watching and views of the Fountains of Bellagio across the street. Specialties on the weekend Brunch menu at Mon Ami include french toast, corned beef hash & poached eggs, eggs benedict, and a smoked salmon platter. All items can be had for under $20.
On a side note, Mon Ami and Hexx easily qualify as 2 of the best places to people watch in Las Vegas.
Lavo at Venetian: Offering a weekend brunch menu, Lavo serves up a collection of eggs, waffles, and breakfast sandwiches in addition to pizzas and salads. Notably, Lavo also offers an Endless Italian Brunch option that will allow you to consume until you are no longer able to consume.
Primrose at Park MGM: Brunch at Primrose is available until 2 pm daily. Lighter options like granola & Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, oatmeal, and avocado toast can all be had for under $15, while pancakes, French toast, and egg meals hover around the $20 mark.
Tableau at Wynn: A spendier brunch option on the north end of the Strip, Tableau offers a selection of soups, salads, and entrees to include eggs benedict, steak and eggs, omelets, waffles, french toast, burgers, and even sea bass. The average price point for entrees is about $25.
La Cave at Wynn: Another upscale option, La Cave serves an all-you-can-eat brunch on the weekend at a price of $49 per adult and $28 per child. Food options offered include veal short rib hash, breakfast sandwiches, fruit, cinnamon apple waffles, and much more. Bottomless drinks can be added for $34.
Diablo’s Cantina at Luxor: Serving a “Seven Sins Sunday Brunch” on Sundays from 11 am – 4 pm, items on the menu include a breakfast burrito, huevos rancheros, and Mexican steak and eggs for around $20 or less.
FUHU at Resorts World: Offered on Saturday only, brunch options at FUHU range from oysters and sashimi to pancakes, French toast, eggs, and dim sum. Bottomless mimosas, bloody marys, and Marias can also be added for $35.
Viva at Resorts World: Serving a Mexican twist on brunch in Las Vegas, Viva serves a number of options at a sub $20 price point that includes a breakfast burrito, chorizo con huevos, chilaquiles, and more.
The Kitchen at Resorts World: Uniquely, The Kitchen serves a weekend brunch buffet on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for $39. Bottomless mimosas can also be added for an additional $25.
Nacho Daddy: Located in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, Nacho Daddy serves a Mexican-inspired brunch until 2 pm daily. Items offered include an all-American breakfast, a breakfast taco, chilaquiles, huevos rancheros, and bottomless mimosas among other items.
Honorable Brunch Mentions Near the Strip
The Front Yard at Ellis Island: While not located on the Strip per se, Ellis Island is a short walk behind Horseshoe and likely worth the trek due to its high-quality value offerings. Offered as a part of their brunch menu are waffles, pancakes, steak and eggs, and breakfast sandwiches among other items. Best yet, it’s relatively cheap with many items costing less than $15.
Related: Pastries in Las Vegas – Where to find them on the Strip.
Brunch in Downtown Las Vegas
Therapy: As brunch options on Fremont Street go, few match that of Therapy. Included in their menu is “The Hangover Steak”, french toast, chicken and waffles, an omelet, and even a superfood oatmeal bowl. Best yet, all brunch menu items are under $19, with most coming in the $13-$15 range.
Freedom Beat at Downtown Grand: A short walk from the Fremont Street Experience, Freedom Beat offers an extensive brunch menu with the average entree costing only $15. With options like burgers, eggs, strawberry stuffed French toast, crab cake benedict, and more, you are sure to find something you’ll enjoy.
Downtown Terrace: Serving brunch on Fremont Street in the Container Park Friday – Sunday from 9 am – 3 pm, Downtown Terrace represents a solid value with most items weighing in at under $15. Notable options include breakfast sandwiches, steak & egg tacos, french toast, and chicken & waffles.
Park on Fremont: Found on Fremont Street near El Cortez, Park on Fremont serves a brunch menu that includes items like French Toast, an Egg Sandwich, and a full homestyle breakfast. Most items on the menu are priced at around $15 or less.
Carson Kitchen: Steps away from Fremont Street, Carson Kitchen can be found at the intersection of Carson and 6th. Brunch is offered Sundays from 11 am – 4 pm and includes unique items like Breakfast Tacos, Donut French Toast, and Spam Benedict.
Esther’s Kitchen: Located in the Arts District, Esther’s Kitchen is one of my favorite spots to eat in Vegas. The brunch menu features items like a Proper Omelette, Buttermilk Pancakes, Country Fried Steak, and even a Brunch Pizza, with most landing in the $15 price range.
Brunch in Las Vegas is the perfect way to ease into your day, and recharge for the excitement that awaits. Hopefully, I was able to aid you in finding a brunch on the Strip, or downtown that works for you and your party!
Related: Looking for cheap eats? Check out my rundown of inexpensive meal options on the Strip and cheap places to eat downtown.
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I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.