Ditch sleeping in and indulge in these new brunch menus for a memorable Vegas morning.
Fuhu’s chirashi—a fresh selection of sashimi served with seasoned sushi rice PHOTO COURTESY OF: RESORTS WORLD LAS VEGAS
Smoothies from the Bacchanal Buffet.
Buffet spreads can satisfy any craving, and Caesars Palace’s famed Bacchanal Buffet brunch is back in action with over 100 toothsome eats and treats. Start at the pancake and waffle bar for Bacchanal’s twist on traditional brunch eats—think decadent toppings on red velvet waffles and birthday cake pancakes. Next, the egg and omelet bar and meat carving stations will add some protein to the spread. Then, top off your plate (or plates!) with hot and cold brunch offerings, including truffle mushroom egg bites and blueberry lemon parfait. Open during peak brunch hours Friday through Sunday, this spot will certainly make seconds (and thirds) a tempting option. caesars.com/caesars-palace
Fuhu at Resorts World Las Vegas transports Asian-inspired eats to the Strip, and on Saturdays its adventurous brunch awaits. Coconut shrimp kinilaw, ube pancakes and tamarind chile octopus, plus cocktails like the Dragon in the City and Szechuan Mary, can be enjoyed in both the restaurant’s interior and on its outdoor patio. Dig in while a live DJ ups the party factor. zoukgrouplv.com; rwlasvegas.com
It’s always a good time when The Venetian’s LAVO is involved, and its LAVO Party Brunch trumps all Saturday daytime plans. Picture mouthwatering eats, busting a move on tables, popping oversized bottles and bass-thumping tunes by local DJs. Since sipping on an empty stomach is never a good idea, its killer brunch menu fuels up partygoers with LAVO signature dishes, including butter-poached lobster Benedict and tomahawk steak and eggs. Open through March, this dining experience is sure to put the happy in happy hour. lavolv.com; venetianlasvegas.com
Brunch and booze, por favor! Skip the flight to Mexico and head to ¡VIVA! at Resorts World Las Vegas, where chef Ray Garcia is curating some of his favorite south of the border brunch eats every Saturday and Sunday. This vibrant spot is known for its bottomless beverages and elevated Mexican dishes, including chilaquiles, chorizo con huevos, bottomless sangria and the signature ¡VIVA! flight. Let the fiesta begin. eatdrinkviva.com; rwlasvegas.com
The salmon and caviar pizzetta at Wally’s Wine & Spirits PHOTO COURTESY OF: CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT
After more than 50 years in the beverage industry, Wally’s Wine & Spirits has brought its Bordeaux and brioche to the newly opened Resorts World Las Vegas. Since there is always something to clink to, Wally’s serves an intimate and relaxed approach to the brunch experience. Truffle eggs, BLTA Benedict and the smoked salmon and caviar pizzetta are all flavorful options made even more tasty when sipped with a Wally’s Bloody Mary or truffle Negroni. The best part? This one-of-a-kind setup is available daily. wallyswine.com; rwlasvegas.com