Once 2020 kicks off, two new brunches join the crowded brunch scene in Las Vegas.
Mott 32, the Chinese restaurant from Hong Kong at the Venetian, kicks off a bottomless brunch menu available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday, beginning January 12.
The $58 per person brunch includes dim sum, followed by choices of Mott 32 small plates spanning soup, seafood, meat, rice and noodles, vegetables, and dessert for up to two hours. Customers can also add a free-flow beverage package for an additional $35 per person.
Featured brunch entrées include barbecue pluma Iberico pork made with scrambled eggs and black truffle; fried mashed potatoes with beef short rib; king prawn har gow made with garlic chive; pan-fried glutinous rice made with chicken, Iberico pork, conpoy, and egg; sesame prawn toast with autumn sauce; and South Australian scallop, garoupa, and egg white dumpling, topped with caviar and a gold leaf.
The cocktails in the free-flow beverage package include the Aurora with Ketel One peach and orange blossom, plum Red Bull, lemon, and cucumber; Imperial Dragonball with Hano Hou sparkling sake, jasmine syrup, lemon, and lychee; a jasmine cooler alcohol-free drink with lychee, jasmine tea, and orange blossom; and Moët and Chandon Imperial Brut Champagne.
Starting January 11, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar at Mandalay Bay kicks off Drag Diva Brunch with an all-you-can-eat brunch buffet. The divas take the stage every Saturday from January 11 through April 4 at 11 a.m. Tickets for Drag Diva Brunch are $45. The brunch features weekly themes, tributes, and parodies of Britney Spears, Madonna, Harry Potter, Carrie Bradshaw, Disney, or Broadway, depending on the week.
The brunch includes scrambled eggs, applewood smoked bacon, breakfast sausage links, buttermilk biscuits and gravy, chicken and waffles, Yukon gold roasted breakfast potatoes, barbecue chicken, pulled pork sliders, mac and cheese, asparagus, pastries, and bourbon vanilla bread pudding. Each brunch includes a mimosa or bloody Mary for those 21-plus, and a bottomless beverage upgrade is available.
Ada’s at Tivoli Village now serves brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with dishes such as duck confit Benedict, pancakes, croque-madame, bottomless mimosas or rose, specialty bloody Marys, and gin cocktails.
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