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Italian Restaurant Brezza Launches a Weekend Brunch From Chef Nicole Brisson

The restaurant at Resorts World brings Italian favorites such as semolino budino, farmhouse tart with sausage and mushrooms, frittata, housemade waffles, and zucchini crepes

Brezza
The patio overlooking the Las Vegas Strip at Brezza
Louiie Victa

Brezza, the Italian restaurant at Resorts World from chef Nicole Brisson and Jason Rocheleau just launched a new weekend brunch that brings an Italian spin.

Diners can start with a pastry basket with croissants, cheese Danishes, and fig crostatas; honey yogurt with candied walnuts and Harry’s Berries mint; oysters; or shellfish. A semolino budino, farmhouse tart with sausage and mushrooms, frittata, housemade waffles, and zucchini crepes make up the main courses. Other options include a mortadella melt with robiola cheese, a Milanese sandwich with Parmigiano Reggiano and basil aioli peperonata, and a panzano burger.

Rocheleau brought in Diane’s Bloody Mary, a blend from Diane Mina, chef Michael Mina’s wife. The $15 cocktail can use vodka, gin, tequila, or bourbon. Brunch cocktails include an espresso martini; the Bella Rosa with Beefeater Gin, St. Germain, lemon, raspberry, and Prosecco; the Spritzza Setosa with Prosecco, Italicus, grapefruit juice, and Fever Tree grapefruit soda; and the Angelo Azzuro with Botanist Gin, blue Curacao, Luxardo maraschino, pineapple juice, and Cointreau. The restaurant also offers mimosas and Bellinis.

Brunch runs on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. A patio overlooks the Las Vegas Strip.

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Brezza

3000 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 676-6014 Visit Website

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Resorts World

3000 Las Vegas Boulevard S. , Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-802-6460 Visit Website

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