The best restaurants for brunch on the Strip know how to mix style with incredible flavors. Dress your best and show up to impress. These incredible meals not only taste fantastic but arrive with colorful presentations tailor-made for social media posts. So make sure to snap plenty of photos in between all those delicious bites.
1. Bardot Brasserie at Aria
Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Michael Mina’s French bistro has a brunch where the rosé flows freely and traditional dishes are prepared with a gourmet European touch. The French Toast, for example, is made with brioche bread, vanilla bean mascarpone, almond brittle, and orgeat syrup. Balance that sweetness with plates of premium shellfish and golden osteria caviar.
Brunch hours: Sunday 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
In the mood to splurge? On Sundays, BLT Steak transforms into the Sterling Brunch, a weekend staple for more than 30 years. The concept is noteworthy for unlimited servings of high-end items like caviar, stone crab, filet mignon and lobster. The price tag may be on the high end, but it’s hard to argue with unlimited pours of Perrier-Jouet Champagne. The venue remains temporarily closed due to the pandemic, but is expected to reopen soon.
3. Border Grill at Mandalay Bay
Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Border Grill carries out the vision of Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger with a deal that’s hard to refuse. The restaurant puts a south-of-the-border spin on brunch with unlimited plates of Latin-inspired cuisine for a flat rate of $39.99 per person. That includes Eggs Benedict with Yucatan pork and green corn tamales. Add on bottomless mimosas, micheladas & bloody marys for an extra $26.99. Views of the Mandalay Bay lazy river are a nice bonus.
4. Bouchon at The Venetian
Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The cuisine of Thomas Keller is best appreciated on the outdoor patio of Bouchon, where guests can enjoy a wide variety of flavors, beginning with a basket of Parisian-inspired pastries, and continuing with sauteed foie gras or roast chicken with a bacon-chive waffle. A seafood platter of oysters, shrimp and lobster pairs well with a glass from the restaurant’s carefully curated wine list.
Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
One of the newest brunches on the Strip in Vegas is also one of the most stylish and compelling. The restaurant mixes classic dishes, like the truffle tuna sashimi and Catch Roll of crab, salmon and miso honey with newer, inventive recipes like Cinnamon Roll Pancakes and an Anytime Waffle Tower with raspberry ice cream. From the moment you snap a photo in the long, floral tunnel by the main entrance, you’ll know you’re in for something special.
6. Giada at The Cromwell
Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The first-ever restaurant by celebrity chef Giada de Laurentiis serves brunch on weekends with a bright, open dining room and breezy atmosphere that’s casual, but still feels like an experience. Windows open wide for plenty of fresh air and views overlooking the Strip. Most of the food has a subtle Italian influence, especially the Caprese Frittata, Sunrise Polenta Waffles and Hazelnut Chocolate Chip Pancakes.
Brunch hours: Friday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Las Vegas native Guy Fieri has an indulgent brunch that attracts fans from throughout the world. The celebrity chef from “Flavatown” has a “pot pie” made of shortbread pancakes and berry compote. He also has a cornbread Eggs Benedict topped with “Dragon’s Breath” chili. But if you really want to maximize the calories, order the trash can nachos, which are so large, they’re actually served in a trash can at your table.
Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
La Cave has a sophisticated weekend brunch, where small bites are passed around the room “butler style” for a flat price of $49 per person. Enjoy all the cream cheese pancakes and short rib hash you can handle plus bottomless wine, beer, mimosas and Bloody Mary cocktails for an extra $34 per person. Ask for a seat on the recently expanded, covered outside patio.
9. Lago at The Bellagio
Julian Serrano’s Italian take on tapas is even better with a table overlooking the iconic Bellagio fountains. Whether it’s delicately prepared pastries, pastas or wood-fired pizzas, every bite is prepared with exceptionally sourced ingredients and careful attention to detail. No meal is complete without trying the lobster ravioli.
Brunch hours: Friday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
10. Lavo at The Palazzo
After a night of clubbing on the Strip, you’ll want to keep the partying going all day long at Lavo. The Italian restaurant is famous for its Party Brunch, where it’s important to not only look good, but feel good with jumbo-sized Wagyu meatballs, Lobster Fettuccine and almond-crusted French Toast. A DJ keeps the energy levels high and glasses of champagne rarely go empty. The official Party Brunch runs fall through spring with a modified toned-down format continuing through summer
Brunch hours: Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
11. Sugarcane at The Venetian
Brunch hours: Daily 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Why wait for the weekend? Sugarcane does brunch all day every day with a unique mix of global flavors in a setting reminiscent of Key West or Havana. Chef and founder Timon Balloo has put together an intriguing menu with duck confit waffles, Korean-style short rib and the Toad in the Hole combination of melted brie, shaved truffles, honey and egg on brioche bread. Add on $25 bottomless mimosas for a hearty dose of day drinking.
12. Veranda at Four Seasons
Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
This elegant space in the Four Seasons lobby soaks in waves of natural light with views of the hotel pool. The atmosphere is matched by a weekend breakfast menu that includes Blueberry Pancakes, Huevos Rancheros, chilaquiles, and house-smoked salmon. Wash it all down with an Aperol Spritz or fresh-pressed orange juice with turmeric.