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 13 favorite spots for the best brunch in Las Vegas.
Table of contents
- 1. Bacchanal Buffet
- 2. Eggslut
- 3. Eiffel Tower Restaurant
- 4. Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues
- 5. Hash House a Go Go
- 6. Alexxa’s
- 7. La Cave
- 8. LAVO Brunch
- 9. Primrose
- 10. Sadelle’s Cafe
- 11. Salt & Ivy
- 12. Wicked Spoon Buffet
- 13. Yardbird Southern Table and Bar
- 14. Honey Salt
- Where’s your favorite place to get brunch in Las Vegas?
1. Bacchanal Buffet
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, street tacos, a meat carving station, and endless mimosas ($15 extra). On weekends, the brunch buffet also includes crab legs… drool!
Bacchanal Buffet offers brunch from 9 AM – 3 PM Friday through Sunday. For reservations, call (702) 731-7928.
Meg’s Pick: The crab legs!!!
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 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.
Meg’s Pick: Fairfax sandwich with scrambled eggs, carmelized onions, cheddar cheese, chives, and sriracha mayo, plus a salted chocolate chip cookie for later!
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.
Phone: (702) 698-7000
3. 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.
This restaurant features a fixed-price tasing menu where you can fill up on crème brulée french toast, lobster eggs benedict, avocado toast with poached eggs and other delicious and filling dishes.
Brunch is served from 10 AM to 2:30 PM on Saturday and Sundays only. For reservations, call (702) 948-6937.
Meg’s Pick: Yogurt Parfait with fresh fruit and pistachio quinoa granola for the appetizer. Crème brulée french toast for the main dish. French macarons for dessert.
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
4. Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues
Enjoy all you can eat and drink at the House of Blues legendary Sunday Brunch at the Mandalay Bay resort.
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. For more information, call (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.
5. 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. They’re so big you could probably feed yourself for a week from one order!
Brunch is served 7:30 AM to 10 PM on Fridays and Saturdays, plus 7:30 AM to 3 PM the rest of the week.
Meg’s Pick: Tractor Driver Combo with fried eggs, bacon, potatoes, and a chocolate chip flapjack.
Formerly known as Hexx Kitchen + Bar, brunch at Alexxa’s is stacked with all of the classic brunch dishes like pancakes, omelettes, french toast, and burgers.
Located right on the strip, Alexxa’s offers both indoor and outdoor seating. I prefer the outdoor seating for some great people watching and views of the Bellagio fountain!
Brunch is served from 7 AM to 2:45 PM daily. Call (702) 331-5100 for reservations.
Meg’s Pick: Huevos Rancheros or Brioche French Toast.
How to get there: Alexxa’s 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.
7. La Cave
Located at the Wynn Las Vegas, La Cave features 4 indoor and outdoor dining atmospheres nearby the pool area in the Wynn tower.
The La Cave brunch is $49 per adult and $28 per child under 12. Food is served butler-style and features standard brunch fare, like scrambled eggs, wings, burgers, waffles, fruit, and much more.
And of course, bottomless beer, wine, or cocktails for an additional $34. Who doesn’t love bottomless mimosas or bloody mary?
Brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Call (702) 770-7375 for reservations.
Meg’s Pick: Cream cheese pancakes with ube jam or bacon and egg flatbread with bottomless mimosas or sparkling wine.
Directions: La Cave is located nearby the Wynn Tower pool area, right off of the Fairway Esplanade.
8. LAVO Brunch
If you’re not done partying by the time brunch rolls around, Saturdays from 12 to 6 PM at LAVO is your vibe.
If you’re partied out, no worries, LAVO hosts a chiller Sunday brunch from 10 to 2 PM.
The menu differs for each day, but both include classic Italian brunch dishes including a raw bar, pasta, eggs benedict, chicken parmesan, avocado toast, and antipasti.
For reservations, call (702) 791-1800.
Meg’s Pick: On Saturdays: Butter-Poached King Crab Benedict or the 1-lb. Wagyu Beef Meatball and a glass of prosecco. On Sundays: Eggs Florentine with an Almafi Gin & Tonic cocktail.
How to get there: LAVO is located on the right hand side of the Las Vegas Blvd. entrance of the Palazzo Tower.
The menu features classic french toast, pancakes, eggs benedict, and other classic brunch dishes. There’s also fresh pressed juice!
The best part about brunch at Primrose? Endless glasses of rosé are included with your meal!
Primrose serves brunch daily from 7 AM to 2 PM. Call (702) 531-2186 to make a reservation.
Meg’s Pick: Nectarine and plum salad with chicken or the deep-dish pancakes.
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.
10. Sadelle’s Cafe
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.
The view of the Bellagio conservatory and gardens is a nice plus, too.
Brunch is available 6 AM to 11 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and 6 AM to 3 PM the rest of the week. Call (702) 693-7075 to make a reservation.
Meg’s Pick: Everything bagel with smoked Scottish salmon, cucumbers, capers, and plain cream cheese.
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.
11. Salt & Ivy
Replacing one of my longtime favorite brunch spots (Herringbone) at Aria is Salt & Ivy. As much as I miss the delicious ricotta pancakes from Herringbone, Salt & Ivy is just as tasty.
Salt & Ivy sticks to more traditional breakfast and lunch hours. Breakfast is available 6 to 11 AM, which lunch is available 11 AM to 2 PM. That said, many of the breakfast menu items are available during lunch hours! Call (702) 590-9899 to make reservations.
Meg’s Pick: The dutch baby pancake, breakfast nachos, or avocado toast with goat cheese and poached egg.
How to get there: Take the escalator near Optica up to the 2nd level promenade. Salt & Ivy is located next to the buffet restaurant.
12. Wicked Spoon Buffet
If Eggslut isn’t enough to satisfy your brunch needs while staying at The Comopolitan, hit up the 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 on Saturday and Sunday, 9 AM to 4 PM. Call (877) 893-2001 for reservations.
Meg’s Pick: Cajun shrimp and cheddar grits or cinnamon walnut bread French toast and bottomless seasonal sangria.
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.
13. 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, shrimp and grits, fried chicken and waffles, deviled eggs, peach cobbler, and baked macaroni and cheese.
Brunch at Yardbird is available on Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 AM to 4 PM. Call (702) 297-6541 for reservations.
Meg’s Pick: Smoked brisket biscuits with cheddar cheese grits on the side or fried chicken with cheddar cheese waffles.
How to get there: Yardbird is located in Restaurant Row on the first floor at The Venetian, just outside of the main casino area.
14. Honey Salt
Off the strip, the best brunch in Las Vegas is at Honey Salt (1031 S Rampart Blvd).
Honey Salt has all your favorite brunch dishes, plus a few unique ones like the gingersnap French toast and apple cranberry Dutch pancake.
Brunch is served from 10 AM to 2:30 PM on Saturday and Sunday only. Call (702) 445-6100 for reservations.
Meg’s Pick: Steak and eggs or breakfast poutine. If I’m feeling like something more healthy, the avocado toast with the green goodness juice.
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.
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This post was originally published March 11, 2017. It was last updated November 10, 2022.