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Brunch in Las Vegas: 8 Places You Shouldn’t Miss

Somewhere along the way, we decided that breakfast and lunch didn’t give us enough options. And then, we had brunch. There’s something special about brunch. Maybe it’s that you can combine pancakes and mimosas and nobody will look at you funny. Whatever the case may be, Las Vegans go crazy for the breakfast-lunch hybrid. Fortunately, Vegas does this mid-way meal well. Keep reading for the eight best spots to get brunch in Las Vegas.

Get Brunch in Las Vegas at These 8 Restaurants

1. Honey Salt

Walk into the farm-to-table restaurant and you’re going to feel it: You’re home. From the comforting ambiance to the friendly staff, Honey Salt knows how to treat their customers right.

They rely on local, seasonal ingredients to serve up brunch dishes like egg white frittatas, fried chicken benedict, and their infamous breakfast pizza. Wash it down with what they call “bottomless therapy”: mimosas, micheladas, or a Bloody Mary.

If you’re in the mood for some seriously delicious comfort food, this is the place.

2. Brio Tuscan Grille

You can always count on Brio for an unforgettable meal. We don’t mean to knock their dinner options, but brunch… words can’t do it justice. Choose from a variety of flatbreads, soups, salads, and meat dishes. Plus, since it’s located in Town Square, you can let your brunch digest afterward while you do a little shopping or maybe grab a coffee.

You haven’t had Italian food until you’ve been to Brio. Go ahead and ask for another bread basket — we won’t judge you.

3. Marché Bacchus

The French bistro doesn’t mess around when it comes to brunch. They serve up both traditional and contemporary French dishes, always crafted from fresh, in-season ingredients. The menus change based on the time of year but always include meat, seafood, and even vegan and vegetarian options.

Of course, it doesn’t hurt that you get to enjoy your food with a perfect view of Lake Jacqueline.

If you head over for Sunday brunch, look for delicious eats like smoked salmon benedict, roasted chicken and mushroom crepes, lobster salad croissant, and of course, caviar. No French restaurant experience is complete without caviar.

Marché Bacchus has it all: the food, the service, the drinks, and the view.

4. Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar

Hearthstone, located in Red Rock Casino, is known for a few things, including its charcuterie selections, shared plates, a beyond impressive wine list, and its two giant wood-burning stoves where they roast their food fresh each and every day.

The brunch menu includes favorites like avocado toast, omelets, chicken and waffles, salads, sandwiches, and we don’t want to get you too excited, but they have warm cinnamon sticky buns.

Their food is made from scratch and you can always trust that they’re sourcing only the best ingredients. And… sticky buns! We just wanted to point that out one more time.

If you want to do brunch in Las Vegas, then you can’t miss Hearthstone.

5. La Cave

La Cave—Wine & Food Hideaway is one of the best parts of Wynn.

Chef Billy DeMarco came up with a menu that’s a real dream. Order from tasty creations like heirloom tomato caprese, cinnamon apple waffles, Snickers pancakes, veal short rib hash, and bottomless drinks — wine, beer, and cocktails.

It wouldn’t be right to talk about La Cave and fail to mention the environment. Enjoy your meal in one of four spots within the restaurant: the cellar, the front bar area, the rustic dining room, or the patio — complete with a view of the Wynn resort pool and gardens.

6. DW Bistro

DW Bistro is one of our city’s most popular off-Strip restaurants, and for a good reason. The menu offers an unforgettable blend of Jamaican and New Mexican cuisine.

Chefs Shaun Farina and Dalton Wilson know a thing or two about food. Make sure you show up with an appetite, because you won’t be able to say no to things like their French toast soufflé, pan seared salmon bowl, carrot cake, red chile pork bowl, or the pastry basket. Yes, an entire basket of pastries. Is this real life?

Find DW Bistro at The Gramercy in the Southwest Valley.

7. The Smashed Pig

Making your way to Downtown Las Vegas? Don’t leave without grabbing a bite to eat at The Smashed Pig. The gastropub specializes in a contemporary urban dining experience with mouth-watering meals, handmade “Pigtails,” and chefs hard at work in their open kitchen.

In the mood for deviled eggs? They’ve got you. A vegan burger? Check. Fish and chips? No problem. Whatever your tastebuds might be craving, The Smashed Pig can deliver — and then some.

After brunch, enjoy all that DTLV has to offer, like gambling, street performers, and ziplining. (Maybe wait for your food to digest first.)

You can’t go wrong when you go downtown. Come hungry. Leave satisfied.

8. Peppermill

Peppermill makes breakfast available 24 hours a day, and their robust menu doesn’t disappoint. Grab something more traditional like ham and eggs or French toast. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, go for something like the Marco Polo omelet — diced chicken, spinach, sundried tomatoes, garlic, and provolone, all topped with sundried tomato hollandaise sauce.

Feeling a little less breakfast and a little more lunch? Rest assured they have plenty of soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, steaks, and entrees to choose from.

Find Peppermill on Las Vegas Blvd between the Wynn and the Riviera. (By the way, if the restaurant looks familiar, that might be because it’s appeared in a number of movies.)

Whether you’re in town on vacation or you’re a long-time local, spend some time exploring all that Sin City has to offer. The food here is one of a kind.

Las Vegas doesn’t mess around when it comes to brunch, but that’s not all we’re good at. This city is a beautiful place to call home. Interested in buying or selling? Contact The Brendan King Group today for help.