The Best Brunches in Las Vegas Right Now

By The Editors | August 9, 2019 | Food & Drink

If you're looking for the best brunches in Las Vegas, look no further than these seven hot spots.

Bardot Brasserie

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Michael Mina's spin on French cuisine reinvents fine dining in a lively art deco bistro setting. Escargots and caviar are served alongside Nutella sticky buns, chicken French dip sandwiches and waffles with duck confit. Wash it all down with the Everlasting Rosé. Aria, aria. mgmresorts.com

DW Bistro

The bold flavors of DW Bistro's jerk fried chicken and waffles, pork hash and Jamaican curry bowl are balanced by the sweet escape of chocolate chip pancakes and gin cocktails made with cold-pressed watermelon juice. This popular weekend brunch spot is a local favorite. 9275 W. Russell Road, Ste. 190, dwbistro.com

The Stove

This partnership between Antonio Nunez and Scott Commings could be the best excuse to do brunch in Henderson. Traditional dishes are given adventurous touches, with the suckling pig Benedict, duck hash and crunchy creme brulee oatmeal as good examples. 11261 S. Eastern Ave., Ste. 200, Henderson, thestovelv.com

Lakeside

The Wynn's famous Sunday Jazz Brunch was given a fresh makeover with a new home and menu at Lakeside. The sounds of live Dixieland are still in place, and individual plates are complemented with passed hors d'oeuvres, a seafood boat and dessert station. Wynn Las Vegas, wynnlasvegas.com

Andiron Steak & Sea

With a DJ keeping tunes at just the right level, Andiron has mastered brunch in a bright, Hamptons-inspired environment. Keep your glass full with visits to the bloody mary bar in between bites of apple pie pancakes and avocado toast. 1720 Festival Plaza Dr., Downtown Summerlin, andironsteak.com

Veranda

The weekend brunch follows a buff et format, which means you can stack up as much huevos rancheros, lemon ricotta pancakes and chicken and waffl es as you like next to a dish of quinoa-almond milk cereal and passion fruit panna cotta. However, the biggest hit is a machine that serves freshly made doughnuts on the spot. Four Seasons, fourseasons.com

Marché Bacchus

Brunch runs until late Sunday afternoon, squeezing in plenty of time for bacon-and-egg risotto, bananas Foster pancakes and short rib or salmon Benedicts. There's even full caviar service. This spot is famous for its wine list, but give the bacon bloody mary a shot. 2620 Regatta Drive, Ste. 105, marchebacchus.com



Photography by: NOMAD POOL PHOTO COURTESY OF NOMAD LAS VEGAS; KING CRAB SALAD PHOTO COURTESY OF MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL; DW BISTRO COCKTAILS PHOTO BY ADAM FRAZIER; VERANDA INTERIOR PHOTO COURTESY OF FOUR SEASONS LAS VEGAS