You haven’t brunched until you’ve done it in Las Vegas. Try these amazing Vegas brunch spots for foodies.
Get your brunch daily at CHICA Las Vegas from 9:30 am to 4 pm. Chef Lorena Garcia launched the brunch menu to celebrate the restaurant’s 6th anniversary at the Strip. Its menu pays homage to Latin and American cuisines.
Some of the most popular items on the menu include jamon serrano avocado toast, chilled hibiscus and strawberry king salmon Aguachile, and CDMX Wagyu tartare served with lime guajillo-arbol salsa. There is an option to enjoy the dishes with mimosas, bloody Marys, or an espresso martini.
If you need an entirely Mexican brunch, visit the SOL Mexican Cocina, the newest Mexican restaurant at the Forum shops. Brunch is served daily between 10 am to 2 pm. Chefs at SOL Mexican Cocina want to give you a great culinary experience by adding fresh takes to classic dishes such as huevos rancheros, crab and shrimp cakes “Benedicto” or Kobe steak and eggs.
At Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, you can have brunch from 9 am to 2:30 pm from Thursday to Monday. Foodies can choose from 250 dishes from 10 kitchens, including short rib Benedict, Croque Madame, and an egg bite with lobster, asparagus, and Boursin.
Visit the Locale Italian Kitchen every Sunday to relish a $25 per person brunch. Unfortunately, the brunch is only available on Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm. Menu items include a breakfast pizzetta with fresh mozzarella, bacon, egg and a Benedict with San Marzano tomatoes. A chicken and waffle with Calabrian chili butter and maple bourbon honey are also on the brunch menu.
Toca Moderas Las Vegas is another spot that serves brunch till 3 pm, so you get your fix even late in the afternoon. Among the dishes on the menu are French toast with tres leches, cast iron pancakes with vanilla butter, breakfast enchiladas, breakfast burritos, and a brunch cocktail menu exclusive to brunch. The ingredients it uses are sustainable, organic, and have bold, signature flavors.
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