Cinnamon bun French toast at First Food & Bar

  Party brunch at Lavo

Bally’s Steakhouse
Sterling Brunch has been serving up unlimited pours of Veuve Clicquot for the past 25 years. For those who relish the finer things in life, this Sunday mainstay offers a classy dining experience of mimosas, caviar, and Maine lobster. Bally’s Las Vegas, 702-862-5138

Border Grill
Introduced last summer, Border Grill’s popular modern Mexican brunch packs a full punch of flavors on favorites like the Yucatan eggs Benedict, chipotle shrimp BLT, and machaca chilaquiles. The cherry on top: $5 all-you-can-drink mimosas. Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, 702-632-7403

The Country Club Grill
Vegas meets New Orleans to the tune of sultry jazz at the “Big Easy”-inspired brunch at Wynn’s Country Club Grill. Get your Creole food fix with offerings that include chef Carlos Guía’s shrimp and grits and French toast bread pudding. Enjoy brunch while overlooking the scenic golf course. Wynn Las Vegas, 888-352-3463

DW Bistro
Add spice to your life with DW Bistro’s appetizing fusion of Jamaican and New Mexican cuisine. Savor menu items such as DW jerk chicken lollipops and a New Mexican-style slow-cooked pork omelet that are authentic and flavorful. And don’t miss the bottomless mimosas. 6115 S. Fort Apache Road, 702-527-5200

First Food & Bar
Salivate over creative American dishes such as lollipop buffalo wings and Philly cheesesteak dumplings. First Food & Bar combines an unmistakable panache with the comforts of home, as well as an unlimited Champagne fountain plus specialty add-ons like fresh-squeezed OJ and strawberry or peach puree. The Palazzo, 702-607-3478

Hash House A Go Go
Hash House A Go Go is famous for its family-friendly appeal and extensive menu of “twisted farm food.” With portions big enough to share (or inspire an episode of Man v. Food), this quirky venue offers traditional breakfast favorites and signature flair. Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino, The M Resort Spa Casino, and Plaza Hotel & Casino

With breathtaking views of the Fountains of Bellagio, Jasmine is a fabulous place to spend Sunday morning. Revel in a mix of cultures and unique flavors from such delectable dishes as caramelized banana-stuffed white chocolate brioche French toast. Bellagio, 702-693-8865

Have your pancakes and boogie on the table at the festive Champagne Brunch Saturdays at Lavo. This wild afternoon soiree debuted in October and is a mélange of dance, Italian cuisine, and a nightclub atmosphere reminiscent of New York City. The Palazzo, 702-791-1800

Simon Restaurant & Lounge
Known for avant-garde dishes that range from health-conscious (smoothies and a veggie cocktail) to indulgent (fried chicken and waffles), Simon Brunch, with its famous make-your-own, all-youcan- drink Bloody Mary bar, is a must. The set price includes Kerry Simon’s famous Junk Food Platter dessert with cotton candy, cookies, and caramel popcorn. Palms Place Hotel & Spa, 702-944-3292

From a doughnut machine to fresh-squeezed juices and a made-to-order omelet station, the swanky Verandah treats guests to a posh Sunday dining experience without the hustle and bustle of other Strip casinos. Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, 702-632-5121

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