Nothing quite hits the spot after a long night out like brunch the next day. From bottomless mimosas to meals to die for (off the breakfast AND lunch menus of course), brunch in Vegas is one of the best meals to enjoy. When you plan your next trip out, make sure these 8 Las Vegas brunch spots are on your list!
Bring your brunch south of the border with Ben’Zaa Cantina’s modern take on traditional Oaxacan-style dining. Choose from abuelita pancakes, eggs and carne asada, chilaquiles, and more to make your day start off with some spice. Open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, Ben’Zaa Cantina is a fairly new restaurant in Vegas. Its grand opening was in April 2019, so chances are you haven’t yet had the pleasure to experience their authentic recipes. It’s time to change that!
It’s time to get funky at Hash House A Go Go! With four different locations in Vegas, there’s no excuse for missing out on their mouth-watering food. This Las Vegas brunch destination takes a funky approach with their “twisted farm food” and specialty cocktails. Choose from sage fried chicken, flapjacks sprinkled with Snickers, potatoes and biscuits, and sip on Johnny’s Famous B.L.T. Mary.
One of the best things about this restaurant chain is that its Vegas locations are open for brunch throughout the week. Hours vary by location, but you definitely have many more opportunities to experience the yummy, funky brunch that Hash House A Go Go has to offer.
Feel like getting a little boozy and brunchy at a super trendy eatery? Honey Salt checks all of those requirements off your list, plus more. Every Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Insta-worthy photo ops and farm-to-table dishes are awaiting you. If that’s not getting you excited, bacon grilled cheese, pumpkin pancakes, and short rib hash might do the trick.
Wake up your Sunday with Latin-style food and an “urban coffee bar” at Makers & Finders. Coffee finantics, you’re about to go wild at this Las Vegas brunch place open every Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Their “urban coffee bar” uses seven methods of brewing and makes speciality lattes with house-prepared syrup. As for tasty meals, Makers & Finders has options for everyone. With plant-based options like vegan empanada bowls and vegan hash, as well as chicken tinga omelettes and croissant sandwiches, you really can’t go wrong.
Breathe in the fresh morning air as you enjoy gorgeous views of Lake Jaqueline at Marché Bacchus. This French Las Vegas brunch destination is perfect if you’re in the mood for a sophisticated brunch atmosphere. Dishes such as braised pork belly Benedict and domestic Sturgeon caviar elevate your palette to a whole new level of classy. Rise to the occasion every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Keep your Las Vegas brunch casual and calorie-filled in the best possible way at Pizza Rock. As their name suggests, this eatery focuses on pizza and doesn’t let traditional brunch ideals get in the way of that. Grab a slice of their double sausage and egg pizza or satisfy your sweet tooth with their french toast ambrosia. Don’t forget to wash it all down with their bottomless mimosas (or sangria)! Pizza Rock serves their brunch every Sunday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Take your taste buds on a trip around the world at SushiSamba, a restaurant that blends the cultures and cuisines of Japan, Brazil, and Peru. During weekends, SushiSamba serves up their exotic brunch dishes from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Housemade quinoa waffles, South American frittatas, and Wagyu sliders are just a few of the menu options you can try. Besides their tasty food, SushiSamba makes it on our list of “Best Brunch in Vegas” because of its beautiful restaurant design. As you dine, glossy, colorful wood spirals and geometric shapes surround you and add to the restaurant’s worldly ambiance.
Siena, you had us at $10 bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary’s. That’s right, Siena Italian Authentic Trattoria and Deli serves up one of the cheapest bottomless deals in Vegas and we’re here for it. Go classic or keep it Italian, the choice is yours. Dishes include the pizza cyclopes, spicy sausage frittatas, and steak and eggs Benedict. Make sure to arrive a little bit earlier because this Las Vegas brunch spot is open 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
From traditional brunch dishes to meals with a twist, these 8 Las Vegas brunch spots have something for everyone. If you’re looking for some post-brunch fun, check out the 11 best free Vegas activities to end your day with a bang.