Where To Celebrate Easter on the Las Vegas Strip

Whether it’s an easter egg hunt or bottomless mimosas for brunch, the Las Vegas Strip has everything needed for the perfect Easter weekend celebration.

Events will be occurring throughout the Strip for kids, adults and families alike. Ranging from concerts and performances to immersive shows and meals, feel free to wear those bunny ears all day long while hopping between the hotels along the Las Vegas Strip

Bunches of Brunches

There’s no more iconic meal for Easter weekend than a beautiful brunch spread. Merging all the elements of a wonderful morning with the cocktails and champagne that keeps the night going, several restaurants throughout Las Vegas are offering Easter Specials for brunch, many of which have their own omelet stands and other unique experiences. 

Brunch at Bazaar Meat

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Check out the special Easter brunch menu at Bazaar Meat by José Andrés, located within the SAHARA Hotel on the Strip. The multi-course meal offered starts with simple but elegant fruit and parfaits, then quickly descends into decadent madness with chocolate croissants and freshly baked blueberry muffins. The menu expands to include bagels and lox, corned beef hash with eggs, and for the more adventurous, fresh oysters.

The brunch special starts at $65 per person, but bottomless beverages and a la carte items can also be added to any order for just a few dollars more.

Bazaar Meat
2535 S Las Vegas Blvd

SAHARA Las Vegas (from USD $86.23 )

The newly-rebranded SAHARA is here to stay, and the upgraded property maintains a charming aesthetic that demands to be visited.

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Four Seasons Brunch

Inside the Four Seasons hotel on the Strip is Veranda. Known for its Italian pastas and wood-fired pizzas, the restaurant hits all the marks for their annual Easter Brunch. The Italian bistro features a special menu with over 10 different stations serving up all the classic selections. The Easter Brunch will take place Sunday, April 17 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Savory dishes from around the world are highlighted this year including quiche, dim sum, antipasto, chilaquiles and street tacos. But the real cause for celebration is the customizable benny and omelet stations that offer a variety of flavors and spices from across the globe to accommodate any tastes. For the younger guests, the Easter Bunny has planned special appearances throughout the day as well. Reservations can be made for $115 per person or for just $45 for children under 12. 

Veranda
3960 Las Vegas Blvd S

French Fare for Easter Weekend

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If classic French cuisine sounds more in line with a traditional Easter brunch, check out BARDOT Brasserie at ARIA Resort & Casino. Not only is the food delicious, but the presentation of pastries takes center stage. Easter brunch will be served from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

BARDOT Brasserie
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard S

Mon Ami Gabi, located at the Paris Las Vegas, will also be serving up French brunch classics from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. along with an incredible view of the Bellagio Fountains. If late starts better suit the morning after a fun-fueled weekend, Mon Ami Gabi will also be serving Easter Dinner from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. where guests can try their iconic steak frites or wild escargots de Bourgogne. 

Mon Ami Gabi
3655 Las Vegas Boulevard S

Paris Las Vegas (from USD $143 )

Bring the intrigue and excitement of a European vacation right to your room, at Paris Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

More Easter Brunch Extravaganzas

There are also several options at Hash House A Go Go located at The LINQ, which will be serving their signature “twisted farm food” such as sage fried chicken and waffles, cinnamon roll flapjacks, and the O’Hare of the Dog which includes five slices of bacon and a 25 ounce Budweiser. Brunch will be served at Hash House A Go Go from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. 

Hash House A Go Go
3535 Las Vegas Blvd S

The LINQ Las Vegas (from USD $32 )

The LINQ, originally built as the Imperial Palace in 1959, has been reborn into a great, cost-effective hotel at the center of the Las Vegas Strip.
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La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway tucked inside Wynn Las Vegas will be serving Easter brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. featuring everything from snickers pancakes to veal short rib hash and filet mignon eggs Benedict. The hideaway will also be serving up a wide bottomless drink list featuring mimosas, bloody Marys, margaritas and more.

La Cave
3131 Las Vegas Blvd S

Wynn Las Vegas (from USD $79 )

Let the historical grandeur of Wynn Las Vegas astound you during your Strip stay, from the restaurants and shopping to the pools and casino.

Bottomless drink options will also be available at LAVO located within The Palazzo at The Venetian. They will be serving up sangria, bloody Mary’s, and rosé from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Brunch will be specially curated by chef Ralph Scamardella and will include french toast. Made-to-order omelets and fresh oysters.

LAVO
3325 Las Vegas Blvd S

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas (from USD $100 )

Wander through the canals and ornate Venetian Resort to create an Italian getaway, right on the Las Vegas Strip.

Easter Egg Hunting with The Easter Bunny

For the kids, and adults who need the exercise after their massive Easter Sunday brunches, Las Vegas offers several Easter Egg hunts throughout the city. One of the most popular hunts taking place on April 16 will be Clark County’s Greatest Easter Egg Hunt of All Time, where 60,000 Easter Eggs are hidden throughout 30 parks across the valley. The Boy Scouts of Las Vegas will also be hosting their fourth annual Easter Egg Hunt & Carnival.

Boy Scouts Easter Egg Hunt
7220 Paradise Road

Just outside Vegas in the town of Summerlin, Honey Salt will also be hosting two Easter Egg Hunts and a brunch on April 17 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The first hunt will be held at 10:30 a.m. and the second will take place at 1 p.m. Food specials at Honey Salt will include shredded pork and grits as well as a dinner later on serving hot cross buns, duroc ham and coconut cake.

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Honey Salt
1031 S. Rampart, Las Vegas

Another hunt will take place April 17 at the Tahiti Village Resort, where kids can hunt for Easter eggs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Eggs will be hidden throughout the resort as well as several golden eggs which can enter guests into a grand prize drawing. 

Tahiti Village Resort
7200 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas

Follow the White Rabbit

The Easter Bunny will also be making several appearances throughout Las Vegas throughout Easter weekend as well.

At the District Green Valley Ranch, the Easter Bunny will be present from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. At the Galleria at Sunset, the Easter Bunny will make an appearance on April 16 for those with reservations. Meadows Mall will also have an Easter Bunny present on April 16 and will also take photos with any pets. At “Hop & Shop” at Town Square Las Vegas on Easter Sunday, the Easter Bunny will be present from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. and will take photos with anyone who approaches. 

Whether breakfast brunches fit the holiday spirit, or an Easter Egg hunt is needed to keep the kids active and excited, Las Vegas fulfills all the stops for Easter Sunday. Whether it’s restaurants, hunts, or a one-on-one picture opportunity with the Easter Bunny himself, Las Vegas is one of the more exciting destinations for the popular holiday season. 


Frequently Asked Questions About Easter on the Las Vegas Strip

Where will the best brunches be on Easter Sunday? 

Check out Bazaar Meats by Jose Andres at SAHARA Hotel and Casino, Veranda located inside the Four Seasons Hotel or a variety of other hotel restaurants located throughout the Las Vegas Strip. 

Will there be a Las Vegas Easter Egg hunt? 

Several, but the most exciting option will be Clark County’s Greatest Easter Egg Hunt of All Time, where 60,000 Easter Eggs are hidden throughout 30 parks across the valley. It’s one of the special Las Vegas activities that can’t be missed.

Can we take pictures with the Easter Bunny in Las Vegas? 

Yes, the Easter Bunny will be present at District Green Valley Ranch from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. as well as Town Square Las Vegas on Easter Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. There are also photo opportunities located inside Las Vegas malls and more spots around the city.

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