The well-known mantra “brunch without booze is just a sad, late breakfast” rings even more true in Las Vegas, where creative foods and drink come together anytime of day. For those who love rolling out of bed to a table of carbs and cocktails, check out these seven brunch spots that will cure any hangover.
After your head has stopped pounding, head to one of these popular day clubs for a dose of sunshine.
This joint is heaven for those who appreciate the true brunch staple: a well-made mimosa. For $10, the mimosa trio sampler is made with a choice of three fresh fruit purees: orange, pomegranate, white peach, lychee, guava, passion fruit, or cherry. The namesake crepes (which you could get named after you if you come up with a creative enough idea) are a go-to; savory dishes like The Del Mar (sauteed shrimp in a lemon-butter crème fraîche) tone down the sweets offered on the menu.
Location: 9500 S. Eastern Ave.
The Hexx chocolate factory showcases a variety of cocoa beans in its array of chocolates, candies, and ice cream, making it one of the best candy manufacturers in the city. These days, Hexx Kitchen is serving up a brunch menu that includes five Bloody Mary creations and a dessert menu that capitalizes on the company’s original intent.
The drink options include unique ingredients like bacon-infused gin; the bottomless mimosas are a staple. French fries smothered in pulled pork, cheese curds, and bbq gravy can only help a pounding head, making Hexx a great place to drop by after an evening on the Strip.
Location: 3655 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
People-watching on the Strip is a Las Vegas staple, and Morels’ patio brunch offers great views on Saturday and Sunday mornings. One of the classier brunch places in Sin City, you can’t roll into this joint in last night’s clothes, but getting dressed will be well worth it. In addition to the bottomless mimosas, tableside Bloody Marys or Marias are available with shaved horseradish, fresh herbs, and pickled garnish.
Signature dishes like banana and mascarpone stuffed French toast and classic French Croque Madams will make you feel fancy as you survey your kingdom.
Location: 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Traditional pancakes and scrambled eggs have no place at this restaurant, which offers a unique Asian and Indian brunch menu in a relaxed environment. Orange, peach, strawberry, and mango mimosas accompany items like the Bento Box Brunch, which includes a crispy scallop and masago roll with tempura shrimp, fried calamari with chili garlic sauce, and Char Siu Bao dim sum. Asian flavors even sneak into traditional items, like the green tea-infused waffles.
There is no shame in craving traditional breads and breakfast meats, but for a change of pace, MOzen Bistro can’t be beat.
Location: 3752 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Another outdoor option, the second floor of Container Park is home to this eatery serving simple and savory dishes to its brunch clientele. Comfort food is the name of the game at Perch, with butter and brown sugar-coated monkey bread starting the menu – perfect to pair with all-you-can-drink bellinis for a sweet morning meal. Other items like Brioche French Toast with Cappuccino Cream and the Chimichurri Chicken Sandwich demonstrate that there is something for everyone at this relaxing joint.
Location: 707 Fremont St.
Hearthstone has a supremely innovative brunch menu featuring poached duck egg and wild mushroom toast Benedict, plus fun pizza options like truffle chicken, garlic ricotta, and gouda. It is the liquid brunch, however, that makes the trip to the West Valley worth it. The Bloody Mary table-side cart is $70 and served with two bottles of 50 Bleu vodka, jars of garnishes, and hot sauce options. If mimosas are more your speed, a $75 “bubbles for brunch” cart comes with 750 ml of champagne, a dozen oysters, juice, and fruit.
Location: 11011 W. Charleston Blvd.
Meat lovers will feel right at home at Echo & Rig, a steakhouse with its own butcher shop. A large open glass meat locker, vertical displays, and an exhibition/demonstration area let you know that dishes like the Short Rib Hash and the Butcher’s Blend Burger start with the best ingredients.
Vegetarian dishes are not forgotten: a bright vegetable chopped salad features hearts of palm, carrots, blue lake beans, corn, avocado, tomato, snow peas, summer squash, green onion, pecans, pecorino, and creamy cilantro dressing. The cocktail menu reaches beyond classic favorites – popular options include a Black & Blue Mojito (made with blackberries and blueberries) and True Grit (Duke Bourbon, grapefruit juice, honey syrup).
Location: 440 S Rampart Blvd.
(Featured photo credit: Perch)
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