You now have two chances to enjoy one of Las Vegas' must try weekend menus. The final piece of the culinary puzzle for the newly debuted Border Grill at The Forum Shops at Caesars will be completed this weekend, with the launch of their own version of the Border Brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Available every Saturday and Sunday, celebrity chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger have brought over their unlimited small plate favorites, also found at the original Border Grill at Mandalay Bay.
Sweet treats promised include the Capirotada French Toast, "bourbon maple syrup, walnuts, ancho cherry marmalade, goat cheese crema," Churro Tots, "dulce de leche infused churros, cinnamon sugar, cajeta," and Red Velvet Johnny Cakes, "ancho chocolate shavings, candied pecans, wild berry syrup, vanilla crème fraiche."
Heartier dishes include the Yucatan Egg Benedict "machego cheese biscuit, achiote roasted pork, avocado crema, hollandaise, pickled onion," Peruvian Shrimp and Grits, "aji panca salsa, roasted green chile, creamy parmesan grits" and Egg White Oysters Rockefeller, "seasonal tempura oyster, creamed spinach, crispy bacon, spicy tomato chutney."
The "signature drinks" menu features specialty coffees, fresh pressed juices and hand-crafted cocktails such as Ruby Cerveza Rosa, Border Bacon Mary, Michelada, and Verde Mary, priced between $6 an $12.
Border Brunch is set at $35 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For an additional $10 more, the feast adds a parade of bottomless mimosas.