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Toasted Gastrobrunch serves bottomless classic mimosas alongside other varieties by the glass.
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15 Bottomless Brunches in Vegas That Will Turn the Weekend Into a Blur

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Toasted Gastrobrunch serves bottomless classic mimosas alongside other varieties by the glass.
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When brunch calls for endless mimosas, Vegas rolls out the red carpet. From chilaquiles served next to bottomless watermelon mimosas to egg white frittatas and classic mimosas served near the pool, here are fifteen of Vegas’s very best spots to sip the morning away.

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Americana Restaurant

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Next to the lake in Desert Shores, Americana pours a range of bottomless brunch drinks (non-stop mimosas, grapefruit palomas, bloody Marys, and red wine sangria are all $20) alongside a brunch menu that includes avocado toast, shrimp and grits — or the “president’s breakfast” for big spenders with scallops, bone-in ribeye, and truffle potato puree for $85. Brunch lands on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Therapy

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If brunch is an antidote to the previous night, Therapy makes it simple with bottomless pours on mimosas ($18), as well as sangria and well cocktails ($35) in a dining room crowned with 26-foot tall wooden barrel ceilings. The short menu includes hits like chicken and waffles, fried chicken with biscuits and sausage gravy, and French toast.

Downtown Terrace

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In a light-flooded perch with views of live entertainment and music, this sunny Downtown Container Park cafe offers 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas for $19 to $26 (depending on your choice of champagne) with various fruit juices (orange, peach, pineapple, passionfruit, mango, or raspberry). Best of all, Downtown Terrace doesn’t discriminate against the other meals of the day: Bottomless mimosas are available from open until close every single day of the week with the purchase of an entree. To soak up the booze, the menu includes divine monkey bread, crab Benedict, and avocado toast.

7th & Carson

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At 7th and Carson, $25 gets bottomless mimosas with seasonal juices, bloody Marys, or bloody beers (beer and tomato juice). A menu of waffles, French toast, omelets, shrimp ceviche, and “cinnabun” pull-apart bread has something for everyone.

Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar

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Affable waiters at Red Rock Resort’s casual weekend brunch haven pour bottomless mimosas for $21. For those who really want to kick off the weekend in style, there’s “bubbles for breakfast,” a $95 treat that includes 750 mL of Mumm, a dozen oysters, juice, and fruit.

Nacho Daddy

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This twelve-year old nacho hub brings Mexican flavors to weekend brunch hours with ranchero-blanketed chilaquiles, cheesy breakfast tacos, queso fresco-topped avocado toast, and bacon and cheese enchiladas rancheros. Bottomless mimosas are served with orange, pineapple, grapefruit, cranberry, or strawberry juice. Brunch is served seven days a week at the Miracle Mile and Downtown, Las Vegas locations from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. At the Summerlin location, brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

¡VIVA!

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A dazzling driftwood sculpture resembling a tree in bloom anchors Viva’s gorgeous dining room while an exploding flower infinity mirror doubles as an art installation in the same space, providing a perfect backdrop for a weekend morning flooded with bottomless sangria. Both white and red varieties join a menu of chilaquiles, huevos rancheros, and more to help greet the weekend.

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway

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This charming wine house generously serves bottomless booze and bottomless brunch on the weekends from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. A butler-style tray laden with mini burgers, filet mignon eggs Benedict, truffle mushroom grits, and cream cheese pancakes makes rounds through the dining room as the bar pours a large range of bottomless booze including sangria, wine, cocktails, and beer. Bottomless brunch is $49 for adults ($28 for children under 12). Add bottomless booze for $34 per person.

The succulent wall at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.
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Toasted Gastrobrunch

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Cheery, brunch-dedicated Toasted serves bottomless classic mimosas for $25 along with a menu of toasts topped with avocado and smoked salmon, shrimp and grits, pancakes, and a variety of Benedicts. A new location opened in April at 7345 Arroyo Crossing Parkway.

Alexxa's Las Vegas

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On a chic patio primed for people-watching, weekend brunch-goers can indulge in bottomless sips of bubbles sweetened with orange, pineapple, or cranberry juice at Alexxa’s (formerly Hexx). Omelets and other brunch items join a menu of pizzas, pastas, and beer cheese fondue. Brunch is served daily from 7 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

The Overlook Grill

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Sipping bottomless mimosas (or rosé or bloody Marys) poolside is one of life’s classic combos — and the Cosmopolitan is at ready to help brunch-goers indulge. At the open-air Overlook, diners can enjoy their libations with egg white frittatas, a “loco moco” (burger patty, sunny side up eggs, Spam and caramelized onion gravy, furikake seasoning), and avocado toast Benedict.

Primrose

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This garden party-pretty spot pours bottomless mimosas or rosé for $38 every day until 2 p.m. Brunch is served every day until 2 p.m. as well, with options like deep dish pancakes, ham and gruyere omelets, and smoked salmon bagels.

PKWY Tavern District

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This reliably sporty taphouse serves breakfast with bottomless mimosas, bloody Marys, and sangria, which makes the whole affair seam a lot more like brunch. The food portion of the menu is short, with waffles, breakfast sandwiches, and omelets, but it’s enough to stand up to the tipples.

Borracha Mexican Cantina

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Brunch at this buzzy restaurant is for the late risers. Every Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., this Mexican favorite serves bottomless Micheladas or mimosas for $18 per person. The menu is the perfect cure to a rough night, with warming pozole, hefty plates of carne asada fries, chilaquiles, and chorizo skillets.

Craft Kitchen

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Breakfast, lunch, and bottomless mimosas ($18) land at Craft Kitchen all day, every day. Short rib hash, creme brûlée-stuffed French toast, smoked salmon on pretzel rolls stand out on a robust menu. Opening hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Americana Restaurant

Next to the lake in Desert Shores, Americana pours a range of bottomless brunch drinks (non-stop mimosas, grapefruit palomas, bloody Marys, and red wine sangria are all $20) alongside a brunch menu that includes avocado toast, shrimp and grits — or the “president’s breakfast” for big spenders with scallops, bone-in ribeye, and truffle potato puree for $85. Brunch lands on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Therapy

If brunch is an antidote to the previous night, Therapy makes it simple with bottomless pours on mimosas ($18), as well as sangria and well cocktails ($35) in a dining room crowned with 26-foot tall wooden barrel ceilings. The short menu includes hits like chicken and waffles, fried chicken with biscuits and sausage gravy, and French toast.

Downtown Terrace

In a light-flooded perch with views of live entertainment and music, this sunny Downtown Container Park cafe offers 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas for $19 to $26 (depending on your choice of champagne) with various fruit juices (orange, peach, pineapple, passionfruit, mango, or raspberry). Best of all, Downtown Terrace doesn’t discriminate against the other meals of the day: Bottomless mimosas are available from open until close every single day of the week with the purchase of an entree. To soak up the booze, the menu includes divine monkey bread, crab Benedict, and avocado toast.

7th & Carson

At 7th and Carson, $25 gets bottomless mimosas with seasonal juices, bloody Marys, or bloody beers (beer and tomato juice). A menu of waffles, French toast, omelets, shrimp ceviche, and “cinnabun” pull-apart bread has something for everyone.

Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar

Affable waiters at Red Rock Resort’s casual weekend brunch haven pour bottomless mimosas for $21. For those who really want to kick off the weekend in style, there’s “bubbles for breakfast,” a $95 treat that includes 750 mL of Mumm, a dozen oysters, juice, and fruit.

Nacho Daddy

This twelve-year old nacho hub brings Mexican flavors to weekend brunch hours with ranchero-blanketed chilaquiles, cheesy breakfast tacos, queso fresco-topped avocado toast, and bacon and cheese enchiladas rancheros. Bottomless mimosas are served with orange, pineapple, grapefruit, cranberry, or strawberry juice. Brunch is served seven days a week at the Miracle Mile and Downtown, Las Vegas locations from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. At the Summerlin location, brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

¡VIVA!

A dazzling driftwood sculpture resembling a tree in bloom anchors Viva’s gorgeous dining room while an exploding flower infinity mirror doubles as an art installation in the same space, providing a perfect backdrop for a weekend morning flooded with bottomless sangria. Both white and red varieties join a menu of chilaquiles, huevos rancheros, and more to help greet the weekend.

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway

The succulent wall at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.
Jeff Green

This charming wine house generously serves bottomless booze and bottomless brunch on the weekends from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. A butler-style tray laden with mini burgers, filet mignon eggs Benedict, truffle mushroom grits, and cream cheese pancakes makes rounds through the dining room as the bar pours a large range of bottomless booze including sangria, wine, cocktails, and beer. Bottomless brunch is $49 for adults ($28 for children under 12). Add bottomless booze for $34 per person.

The succulent wall at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.
Jeff Green

Toasted Gastrobrunch

Cheery, brunch-dedicated Toasted serves bottomless classic mimosas for $25 along with a menu of toasts topped with avocado and smoked salmon, shrimp and grits, pancakes, and a variety of Benedicts. A new location opened in April at 7345 Arroyo Crossing Parkway.

Alexxa's Las Vegas

On a chic patio primed for people-watching, weekend brunch-goers can indulge in bottomless sips of bubbles sweetened with orange, pineapple, or cranberry juice at Alexxa’s (formerly Hexx). Omelets and other brunch items join a menu of pizzas, pastas, and beer cheese fondue. Brunch is served daily from 7 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

The Overlook Grill

Sipping bottomless mimosas (or rosé or bloody Marys) poolside is one of life’s classic combos — and the Cosmopolitan is at ready to help brunch-goers indulge. At the open-air Overlook, diners can enjoy their libations with egg white frittatas, a “loco moco” (burger patty, sunny side up eggs, Spam and caramelized onion gravy, furikake seasoning), and avocado toast Benedict.

Primrose

This garden party-pretty spot pours bottomless mimosas or rosé for $38 every day until 2 p.m. Brunch is served every day until 2 p.m. as well, with options like deep dish pancakes, ham and gruyere omelets, and smoked salmon bagels.

PKWY Tavern District

This reliably sporty taphouse serves breakfast with bottomless mimosas, bloody Marys, and sangria, which makes the whole affair seam a lot more like brunch. The food portion of the menu is short, with waffles, breakfast sandwiches, and omelets, but it’s enough to stand up to the tipples.

Borracha Mexican Cantina

Brunch at this buzzy restaurant is for the late risers. Every Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., this Mexican favorite serves bottomless Micheladas or mimosas for $18 per person. The menu is the perfect cure to a rough night, with warming pozole, hefty plates of carne asada fries, chilaquiles, and chorizo skillets.

Craft Kitchen

Breakfast, lunch, and bottomless mimosas ($18) land at Craft Kitchen all day, every day. Short rib hash, creme brûlée-stuffed French toast, smoked salmon on pretzel rolls stand out on a robust menu. Opening hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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