Easter is just around the corner, and many restaurants in Vegas have specials just for the holiday. Come Sunday, here's some of the food and drink specials found at 26 restaurants in Las Vegas, all offering more than just Easter eggs and chocolate.Read More
26 Ways to Eat and Drink Your Way Through Easter
Go Mexican for Easter with a complimentary margarita and a carnitas tostada. For the entrée, the menu has salmon puerto nuevo featuring fresh salmon filled with crab and bay shrimp. For dessert, Baja Miguel’s offers a three milk cake with raspberry sauce. This specialty menu is available for $15.95 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
For Easter, the restaurant will offer its all-you-can-eat Border Brunch for $35 per person with an optional $8 bottomless mimosas from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Look for bacon jalapeño PBJ, Peruvian shrimp and grits, Mexican chocolate pancakes, bread pudding French toast, frittata tart, Mexican rice pudding, breakfast enchilada and short rib hash and egg. For dessert, dulce de leche-infused churro tots.
Kids get a free meal on Easter with the purchase of an adult entrée.
Central Michel Richard
The 24-hour restaurant from Michel Richard has an eggs Benedict trio for Easter priced at $25. Look for a traditional Benedict, a smoked salmon Benedict and a short rib Benedict.
Easter Brunch is scheduled for Sunday, March 31, with three seating times available at 9 a.m., 11 p.m. and 1 p.m. followed by giant Easter egg hunts at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
The Easter brunch here from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. features traditional seasonal dishes for $49 per person with an option for bottomless champagne, mimosas and Bloody Mary’s for an additional $25 per person. Look for housemade charcuterie, deviled eggs with a black truffle garnish, artisan cheese displays with traditional garnishes, beer can chicken, roasted leg of lamb, hay smoked honey ha and grilled ruby trout.
The Italian restaurant at South Pint has a four-course menu that includes a shrimp and scallop Spiedine and arugula grilled heart of palm salad. Then choose parmesan Dijon-crusted lamb chops for $36, trout Vito’s for $30 or chicken Milanaise for $27. For dessert, strawberry rhubarb cobbler. The specialty menu is available from 2 to 9 p.m.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
On Sunday, Fleming’s plans to offer classic brunch favorites along with a special three-course brunch menu for children under 12.
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas
Look for bunnies, candy and decorated eggs at Hofbräuhaus. Some of the specials include spring vegetable soup; melon emit schinken, cantaloupe and honeydew melon wrapped in smoked Black Forest Ham served with spring salad and Grissini sticks; Zweierlei vom Lamm, an herb roasted leg of lamb and garlic marinated grilled lamb chops, served with au gratin potatoes and green beans; and strawberries layered with pastry cream and crispy puff pastry sheets.
Head over to Kim Canteenwalla and Elizabeth Blau’s restaurant for the first-ever Honey Salt Invitational Easter Egg Hunt. Diners who purchase the Kid’s Easter Corner menu can participate in an 11 a.m. Easter egg hunt, with an 11:30 a.m. brunch. Look for hand-carved ham off the bone and farm fresh eggs with breakfast potatoes. The kid’s brunch for $15 includes a choice of pizza margherita, mac and cheese, buttery parm pasta or Mary’s free-range chicken as well as Easter cookies and milk, Honey Salt snow cones or grow your own sundae.
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon at the MGM Grand has a confectionary chocolate display designed by soon-departing executive pastry chef Kamel Guechida for Easter. The creation took more than eight weeks to complete with nnearly 150 flowers, 120 eggs and 60 hens. More than 70 pounds of dark, milk and white chocolate were pressed and shaped into poly carbonate molds to create the specialty pieces. The Easter display will be available for viewing at the restaurant through Monday, April 1.
Marche Bacchus has its Champagne brunch featuring a four-course meal and a complimentary mimosa or champagne for $49 per person from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dishes include dhilled Carrot ginger soup, jumbo lump crab cake, pan-roasted salmon, chicken crepes, classic eggs Benedict and more.
McCall's Heartland Grill
One dish on the Easter menu include lobster mousse-filled smoked pork rack with caramelized pear chorizo risotto cake for $29 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Get $7 bottomless mimosas all weekend long.
Phil's Italian Steak House
The steakhouse at Treasure Island has special dishes for Easter. Look for oven-roasted artichokes served with tarragon aioli for $15; tuna carpaccio served with grapefruit, extra virgin olive oil and pink peppercorns for $17; spinach salad with mushrooms, tomatoes, eggs, bacon, onions and sherry shallot dressing for $11; onion soup served with Swiss gruyere, mozzarella and ciabatta croutons for $10; balsamic and Dijon glazed ham paired with roasted pearl onions, sweet pea and mushroom farfalle for $28; Mediterranean sea bass served with picatta sauce, asparagus and basil risotto for $44; and spring lamb served with whipped potatoes, sautéed green beans and Phil’s own lamb sauce for $50. For dessert, coconut and chocolate torte with Tahitian vanilla for $8.
Primarily Prime Rib
Guests have many choices at Primarily Prime Rib at South Point. Look for a farmers market salad, chicken consommé, leg of spring lamb, Georgia cider baked ham, breast of spring chicken, prime rib, roasted crab-stuffed salmon filet and filet medallions of beef. For dessert, mango white chocolate Easter egg, apple and raisin brown best or a chocolate mousse cake. This specialty menu is available from 2 to 9 p.m.
Public House Las Vegas
This restaurant at Luxor has a specialty brunch menu with bottomless mimosas for $25. Some of the options include a short rib eggs Benedict, steak and eggs, a breakfast sandwich and vanilla bean French toast.
Celebrate Easter Sunday Italian-style at Rao's at Caesars Palace. The specials for the evening include corn soup, crab cakes, penne pasta with lamb ragu and carrot cake.
Rick Moonen’s RM Seafood plans to feature a special surf n’ turf Benedict with lobster, prime flatiron, asparagus, truffle-poached egg and a citrus hollandaise on Easter day.
The steakhouse at South Point has a four-course Easter Sunday meal. Guests may start off the meal by selecting from a shrimp cocktail, lamb and baby Portabella or sautéed sea scallops. The second-course will feature the option of chicken consommé or a spring salad. For the main entrée, the menu features a bourbon-glazed ham, chicken Silverado, pork tenderloin or braised lamb shanks. Dessert choices include a chocolate cake, mango white chocolate Easter egg and peach brown Betty with vanilla ice cream. The specialty menu is available for $49 per person from 2 to 10 p.m.
Look for grilled baby artichoke and baked ricotta salata salad for $16, spring lamb Wellington for $48 and a strawberry panna cotta for $10.
T&T Tacos & Tequila
Make it a mariachi brunch for Easter Sunday at Tacos & Tequila (T&T) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Look for huevos rancheros, huevos con chorizo and chilaquiles among the choices. Guests can also get two for one margaritas of bloody Marias.
T-Bones Chophouse and Lounge
Tbones at Red Rock Resort will serve Easter brunch from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Look for assorted salads and smoked salmon, chilled shrimp and crab claws, made-to-order omelets, braised short ribs, roasted pacific halibut, lemon thyme chicken, cinnamon roll pancakes, dessert and pastries for $75 per person and children 8 and under $29 per child. The Easter bunny will also be making a special appearance.
Top of the World Restaurant
Easter Brunch will feature an East/West crepe dDuo for $32, in addition to the regular Top of the World Sunday brunch menu. The dish includes an Eastern-influenced chive and sweet potato crepe filled with hoisin barbecue duck and another crepe stuffed with mixed seafood including shrimp, scallop and lobster. Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For Easter dinner, the restaurant added Colorado lamb chop with rosemary and pomegranate balsamic reduction for $75; center cut Alaskan King crab legs with jalapeño chili lime butter for $75; or petit filet with demi-glace and elephant black garlic for $75. Dinner is served from 4:30 to 10 p.m.
Tender Steak & Seafood
Look for a four-course prix fixe menu at the steakhouse at Luxor. First choose from Skuna Bay salmon priced at $75 or an Oregon spring lamb tasting trio priced at $85 with an optional wine pairing with each course priced at $30. Then choose from lobster ravioli and artichoke crab ragout or prosciutto, white asparagus and baby beets for the first course; a garden greens salad or split pea soup for the second course; and a dessert tasting trio for dessert.
Vintner Grill has an Easter brunch menu that includes Dungeness crab quiche with roasted vegetables, smoked paprika béchamel and mache salad; house made banana bread French toast with warm maple syrup, fresh berries and soft whipped butter; and roasted leg of lamb sandwich with rosemary, wood oven baked parmesan focaccia, mache and curry frites.