Sadelle's Café
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The best brunch in Las Vegas for a delicious weekend feast

Bloody Mary carts? Avocado toast? A booze-filled dance party? Here’s where to find all that (and more) in Las Vegas.

Ryan Slattery
Contributor: Sarah Feldberg
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Is there anything better than brunch in Las Vegas? Many consider it to be the most important meal of the day–a weekend tradition that rivals seeing a show or making a trip to the nightclub.

If taking part in the latter, it’s one thing you’ll definitely need and deserve after an epic night on the town. What the top brunches all have in common are great food, a fun atmosphere and a bit of booze–perhaps some bottomless champagne to go with your meal. So grab a mimosa or hail down the Bloody Mary cart and kick that hangover to the curb. We’re breaking down the best brunches in the city. Are you ready?

This guide was updated by Las Vegas-based writer Ryan Slattery. At Time Out, all of our travel guides are written by local writers who know their cities inside out. For more about how we curate, see our editorial guidelines

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Best brunch in Las Vegas

  • French
  • The Strip
  • price 3 of 4

Weekend brunch here begins early and feels like a celebration with a very Parisian vibe. While still in the casual range, many take the opportunity to freshen up for the occasion. Michael Mina’s elevated takes on brunch staples are elegant, with decadent options like caviar deviled eggs, escargot, duck confit waffle, and thick brioche French toast with vanilla mascarpone and almond brittle. The “Everlasting Rosé Brunch” pairs your croque madame and blue crab Benedicts with endless pink rosé.

  • French
  • The Strip
  • price 3 of 4

Inside this elegant bistro and oyster bar, you’ll find French country fare modeled after the cuisine of the original bouchons of Lyon. Delicious for dinner, it’s even better during brunch, when light streams through tall windows and guests chatter on the garden patio over coffee and buttermilk biscuits. Choose from a poached egg with grits and collard greens or choose the roasted chicken and bacon-chive waffle.

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3. Sadelle's Café

Elegant and elevated, Sadelle’s has a fancy yet approachable vibe. Tucked near Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, the space is designed as a colorful, playful extension with bright green serpentine sofas, white clamshell lounge chairs and herringbone parquet floors. The menu is stacked with signature egg dishes, beautiful salads, smoked fish towers, and triple-decker sandwiches. Don’s pass on the roving Bloody Mary cart, which uses fresh-pressed juices and house-infused liquors to create three versions of the classic cocktail, including a Green Bloody and the Ghost of Mar with black pepper vodka.

4. Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar

Flanker is a game-day destination for sports fans who prefer to eat brunch while watching their favorite teams play on a 30-foot LED screen. In addition to Benedicts, smoked brisket chilaquiles, and chicken wings, Flanker throws in some twists like smoked salmon lox flatbread, lobster rolls topped with caviar, and fluffy red velvet waffle dippers. Beer towers, bottomless mimosas and a Bloody Mary cart elevate the game day experience.

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5. Brasserie B by Bobby Flay

Bobby Flay’s latest Las Vegas restaurant, Brasserie B, offers French-focused fare in a room that makes you feel like you stepped off the street and into a Parisian brasserie. Start with a selection from the raw bar, where you’ll find littleneck clams, blue crab and bay scallops. Signature items include Eggs Royale, Flay’s version of eggs Benedict with smoked salmon and a lemon chive hollandaise, chicken paillard, and lobster avec frites—one of several seafood and meat dishes served with crispy fries.

6. LAVO Las Vegas

Just because it’s brunch doesn’t mean the party has to stop. In fact, at LAVO’s Saturday Party Brunch, things are just getting started. This is anything but laid back. It’s a nightclub-type atmosphere where bottle service, loud music and dancing on tables are encouraged. Red velvet pancakes, chicken and waffles, pasta and pizza are all gobbled up quickly so the party can begin. Sunday’s Endless Brunch is a tamer version with unlimited food options and bottomless cocktails.

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7. Tableau

Tableau is one of those iconic Las Vegas brunch spots. Whether you dine in the bright sunlit room or poolside on the patio, Tableau is a unique, elegant experience. Start with the warm beignets and a chai smoothie, then dig into the lemon ricotta pancakes or a lobster cobb salad. Pork belly tartine, braised rabbit, and a chilled seafood tower for two are other highlights.

8. CHICA

Chef Lorena Garcia leans on family recipes and her love of Latin American cuisine to deliver an exceptional brunch at CHICA inside The Venetian. She’s crafted a menu that lures you into wanting more. How do you choose from the Dulce de Leche French Toast, a strawberry guava waffle, chorizo and arepa Benedict, or Wagyu quesa-birria tacos? Well, you just try them all or opt for the Oaxacan fried chicken sandwich.

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  • Las Vegas
  • price 2 of 4

For a weekend brunch with a kick, locals flock to DW Bistro, an off-strip destination known for its friendly service and creative collision of flavors. The menu is mainly Jamaican and New Mexican—think dishes such as jerk pork hash or chicken or vegetable curry. Healthy options include a salmon bowl or a jerk-seasoned turkey burger. Don’t skip the pastry basket with warm treats like blueberry and white chocolate scones.

  • Las Vegas
  • price 3 of 4

Waterside meals in Las Vegas usually involve a pool or an oversized fountain. But not at Marché, a local favorite. This neighborhood French bistro and wine shop in northwest Vegas enjoys a coveted lakeside locale, which is best appreciated during Sunday brunch. You’ll find temptations like bananas foster pancakes, BBQ poached oysters, truffled shrimp and grits, and a lobster salad croissant.

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  • Steakhouse
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The in-house butcher shop at Echo & Rig guarantees a great steak-and-eggs dish. The brunch menu also includes meaty options like a steakhouse scramble, short rib hash, and thick grilled bacon. There are also potato pancakes, a spinach and goat cheese quiche, and a drunken goat sandwich with greens and cranberry chutney.

  • Nightlife
  • East of the strip
  • price 3 of 4

Known primarily for its concert calendar and folk art-filled walls, the House of Blues also cooks a mean buffet brunch accompanied by live gospel singers. Whether you worship at church or the church of chicken and waffles, House of Blues’s gospel brunch is a verified blast. You'll sing, you’ll toast, you’ll clap and you’ll stuff yourself silly on all-you-can-eat goodies.

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  • Italian
  • price 3 of 4

With its bright interior hovering over the Strip, Giada De Laurentiis’s eponymous restaurant was built for weekend brunch, and it’s available on Fridays, too. The tasting menu includes a pastry basket and antipasto platter followed by your choice of entrées and sweets. Breakfast calzones, polenta waffles, and pasta pair well with limitless La Marca mimosas.

14. Wally’s

Wally’s proves brunch isn’t just for weekends. The restaurant and wine bar at Resorts World has a daily one with a very diverse menu. The usual breakfast items, salads, pizzas, and a few sandwiches, such as a pastrami reuben and a bánh mì, are mixed among hearty options, including pan-seared salmon, duck confit, and a rich truffle bolognese. Be sure to check out the store and take some gourmet cheese or a bottle of wine with you on the way out.

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