I love a hearty brunch, especially on vacation, where I can stuff myself silly and have the option of lounging by the pool for a few hours or powering through lots of sightseeing.
Las Vegas has a ton of great options for brunch for any price point, from quick egg sandwiches to caviar and champagne.
Keep reading to check out my 15 favorite spots for the best brunch in Las Vegas.
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- Bacchanal Buffet
- Buddy V’s Ristorante
- Eiffel Tower Restaurant
- Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues
- Hash House a Go Go
- Hexx Kitchen + Bar
- LAVO Brunch
- Sadelle’s Vegas
- Bally’s Sterling Brunch
- Wicked Spoon Buffet
- Yardbird Southern Table and Bar
- Where’s your favorite place to get brunch in Las Vegas?
Bacchanal Buffet is so good, it’s regularly named the best buffet in Las Vegas by countless magazines, newspapers, websites, and the like.
The brunch buffet at Bacchanal is the best time to check it out.
During brunch, you can choose from dishes like red velvet pancakes, fried chicken and waffles (a personal fave), street tacos, a meat carving station, and endless mimosas ($15 extra). On weekends, the brunch buffet also includes crab legs… drool!
Bacchanal Buffet offers breakfast from 7:30 AM – 11 AM and brunch from 11 AM – 3 PM daily.
Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace
Phone: (702) 731-7928
How to Get There: Enter through the main entrance of Caesars Palace. Continue walking toward the Julius Tower and Garden of Gods Pool Oasis. Bacchanal Buffet will be on your left before you get to the doors to the pool area.
If fried chicken and waffles is your jam, be sure to hit up Bruxie.
Located in The Park, next to the New York-New York Hotel, this small chain serves up the most delicious combination, such as a waffle sandwich with maple glazed fried chicken, applewood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, sriracha sauce, and a sunny side up egg.
The food at Bruxie can be a bit heavy, but sometimes that’s what you need for your first meal o’ the day, right?
Bruxie is open from 8 AM to 11 PM Monday through Thursday and 8 AM to midnight on Friday and Saturday.
Bruxie at The Park
Phone: (702) 728-2981
How to Get There: Bruxie is located along the strip of restaurants between the New York-New York Hotel and Park MGM.
Buddy V’s Ristorante
Sometimes a homemade brunch with an Italian twist really hits the spot, complete with grandma’s meatballs and a cannoli dessert. Am I right or am I right !?
If this is what you’re craving, head to Buddy V’s Ristorante at The Venetian. Brunch is available on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM.
Owned by Buddy Vilastro of TLC’s Cake Boss fame, Buddy V’s offers the option of a brunch buffet or à la carte dishes. There’s also live music during brunch hours.
I highly recommend going with the buffet option at Buddy V’s so you can try lots of different dishes. There’s a ton to choose from, and it’s all great, so just trust me on this!
Buddy V’s Ristorante at The Venetian
Phone: (702) 607-2355
How to Get There: Buddy V’s is located on the 2nd floor at The Venetian. Walk toward the Palazzo tower along the area where the gondola rides take place. Take a left at White House | Black Market and continue walking down a long hallway. Buddy V’s will be on your right.
If you’re looking for something quick and filling, pop over to Eggslut at The Cosmopolitan for the best egg sandwich you’ll ever eat.
Eggslut is my favorite quick brunch in Las Vegas. I make it a point to pop by here at least once every time I’m in Vegas.
Just be warned that if you sleep in a bit too much, you’ll likely encounter a massive line. But honestly, that just goes to show you how freaking delicious the egg sammys are at Eggslut.
Eggslut is open Monday – Friday from 7 AM to 7 PM and midnight to 7PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Eggslut at The Cosmopolitan
Phone: (702) 698-7000
How to Get There: Eggslut is located on the 2nd floor at The Cosmopolitan. From the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance, go up the stairs nearby the Chandelier Bar, then take a left. Eggslut is nearby Milk Bar.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Treat yourself to a romantic brunch with an amazing view of the Strip at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant at the Paris Las Vegas hotel.
Fill up on crème brulée french toast, lobster eggs benedict, avocado toast with poached eggs and other delicious and filling dishes. There’s also a fixed price tasting menu, though it is limited in selection.
Brunch at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant is available on Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 2:30 PM.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas Hotel
Phone: (702) 948-6937
How to Get There: From the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance of the hotel, there is an elevator right when you walk in. Mon Ami Gabi will be to your left and Hexx to your right. Just take the elevator up to the restaurant. Super easy!
Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues
Enjoy all you can eat and drink at the House of Blues legendary Sunday Gospel Brunch.
This lively brunch includes Gospel music performance while you enjoy a buffet brunch.
Tickets are required for this event, as it is billed more as a concert than a restaurant. So you’ll need to plan ahead. Show times are at 10 AM and 1 PM most Sundays.
House of Blues Las Vegas Gospel Brunch at Mandalay Bay
Phone: (702) 632-7600
How to Get There: The House of Blues is located inside Mandalay Bay. To get there, walk in the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance. Go past the front desk reception area and into the Casino floor. The House of Blues is located across the casino on the right hand side.
Hash House a Go Go
Hash House a Go Go at The LINQ has the largest portions of any restaurant I’ve ever been to.
The portions are so big you could probably feed yourself for a week from one order.
If you’re not afraid of a food baby, Hash House a Go Go is an excellent option for brunch in Las Vegas.
Aside from the gigantic portions, another excellent feature at Hash House a Go Go is that it’s open 24 hours. So if you’re craving brunch food after a night of dancing, this is the place to go!
Herringbone features fresh, sustainably caught seafood, but if that’s not your thing, plenty more is on the menu for you.
The Herringbone brunch buffet features fish tacos, orange ricotta chocolate chip pancakes, a poké bar, a meat carving station, and tons more.
If I had to pick one spot for a sit-down meal, I’d go with Herringbone for a delicious pancake brunch in Las Vegas.
Herringbone serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM to 3 PM. Seating is available both inside and outdoors.
Herringbone at Aria
Phone: (877) 230-2742
How to Get There: Herringbone is located on the 2nd floor at Aria, next to the Buffet. From the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance, make your way through the casino floor to escalators that go up to the 2nd floor promenade. Herringbone is located right off this set of escalators.
Hexx Kitchen + Bar
Brunch at Hexx Kitchen + Bar is stacked with all of the classic brunch dishes like pancakes, omelettes, french toast, and burgers.
Located right on the strip, Hexx offers both indoor and outdoor seating. I prefer the outdoor seating for some great people watching and views of the Bellagio fountain!
Hexx is open daily from 6 AM to midnight with brunch dishes available all day.
Hexx Kitchen + Bar
Phone: (702) 331-5100
How to Get There: Hexx is located outside the Paris Las Vegas Hotel, right by the main hotel entrance. It can be accessed from outside the hotel, as well as from inside.
If you’re not done partying by the time brunch rolls around, Saturdays from 2-6pm at LAVO is your vibe.
If you’re partied out, no worries, LAVO hosts a chiller brunch scene from 10 AM to 2 PM on Saturdays and Sundays.
The brunch buffet includes classic Italian brunch dishes including a raw bar, pasta station, eggs benedict, chicken parmesan, avocado toast, and antipasti.
For an additional charge, you can add on things like eggplant parmesan, a giant meatball, bottomless brunch cocktails, and other delicious dishes.
Lavo Italian Restaurant & Lounge at The Palazzo
Phone: (702) 791-1800
How to Get There: LAVO is located on the right hand side of the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance of the Palazzo Tower.
If you’re looking for a mix of fresh and healthy, but still damn delicious, Primrose at Park MGM is your spot.
Primrose serves brunch daily from 7 AM to 2 PM.
The menu features classic french toast, pancakes, eggs benedict, and other classic brunch dishes. There’s also fresh pressed juice, of which I recommend the Orange Turmeric blend.
The best part about brunch at Primrose? Endless glasses of rosé are included with your meal!
Primrose at Park MGM
Phone: (702) 531-2186
How to Get There: From the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance, walk straight through the casino floor. Primrose is located to the right of the Guest Services desk.
If you love breakfast foods like blueberry pancakes, huevos rancheros, eggs benedict, and bagel sandwiches as much as I do, Sadelle’s brunch at Bellagio is a must.
At Sadelle’s brunch is available everyday from 6 AM to midnight. Which honestly, is a dream come true for me! The view of the Bellagio conservatory and gardens is a nice plus, too.
Sadelle’s at Bellagio
Phone: (702) 693-7075
How to Get There: From the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance, walk back toward the conservatory. Sadelle’s is located past the floral displays on the right hand side.
Bally’s Sterling Brunch
Sterling Brunch at BLT Steak is one of the most well-known brunch buffets in Las Vegas thanks to its endless champagne and caviar. But that’s not all that makes this brunch spot decadent.
Also included are gruyère popovers (to. die. for.), lobster, oysters, crab legs, and classic brunch dishes like eggs benedict.
The only downside to Sterling Brunch is that it’s only available on Sundays from 9 AM to 2:30 PM.
Sterling Brunch at BLT Steak
Phone: (702) 967-7258
How to Get There: Sterling Brunch takes place at BLT Steak at Bally’s. BLT Steak is located on the main floor of Bally’s, just outside the casino area. Take a right when you see the escalators that take you up to the Avenue Shops.
Wicked Spoon Buffet
If Eggslut isn’t enough to satisfy your brunch needs, hit up The Cosmopolitan’s Wicked Spoon buffet instead.
Wicked Spoon has a variety of delicious brunch dishes to choose from. It is regularly listed as one of the top buffets on the Las Vegas Strip, too.
The Wicked Spoon Buffet brunch is available Monday through Thursday from 8 AM to 5 PM and Friday through Sunday from 8 AM to 3 PM.
Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Phone: (877) 893-2001
How to Get There: The Wicked Spoon is located on the 2nd floor of the Chelsea Tower, which is at the opposite end of the hotel from the infamous Chandelier bar.
Yardbird Southern Table and Bar
Get your brunch on at YardBird, one of the best Southern food restaurants outside of the southern US.
At Yardbird you’ll find many of your favorite Southern dishes, such as buttermilk biscuits, cheesy grits, fried chicken and waffles, deviled eggs, peach cobbler, and baked macaroni and cheese.
Brunch at Yardbird is available on Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Yardbird Southern Table and Bar at The Venetian
Phone: (702) 297-6541
How to Get There: Yardbird is located in Restaurant Row on the first floor at The Venetian, just outside of the main casino area.
Where’s your favorite place to get brunch in Las Vegas?
Whether you’re looking for a filling meal to start your day off right or deliciousness to cure a Vegas hangover, these brunch spots have you covered.
Let me know in the comments below where your favorite Vegas brunch spot is!
This post was originally published on March 11, 2017. It was last updated on September 19, 2019.