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15 Hot New Brunches to Dig Into in Las Vegas

A cheat sheet to the best new brunch options around town

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Las Vegas continues to roll out new dining options for brunch. The meal that combines breakfast and lunch on the weekend finds new places to shine and expands with revamped menus and hours at other restaurants. Here is a look at 15 new brunches all over the city that can make any weekend feel like a reason to celebrate.

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La Mona Rosa

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Available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday, La Mona Rosa’s brunch menu includes El Nopal tacos, made with grilled cactus, charred Mexican onions, tomato and queso cotija; and Poloze Rojo, pork guajillo soup with hominy, avocado, cabbage, oregano served with salsa macha spread atop an heirloom corn tostada; among others that include vegetarian options. Several signature cocktails complement the menu, including Mexico City michelada, made with Mexican lager, house sangrita, hatch chili and cucumber.

Sautéed shrimp taco with green bell peppers, onions, cheese, salsa and cilantro.
El Governado tacos.
Courtesy of Corner Bar Management

1228 Main

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Brunch is now served from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, with a full-service brunch on Sundays at this new downtown restaurant. Brunch selections include the breakfast sando made with rosemary focaccia, crisp bacon, griddled eggs, pimento and Tillamook cheddar. There’s also Napa Valley smoked salmon served with a potato latke, a dish of Tunisian Shakshuka with fried eggs and toasted sourdough, and the baked croissant French toast with Chantilly cream. Bottomless mimosas and draft beer are $30 with a two-hour limit.

1228 Main.
1228 Main.
Jeff Green

Queen Las Vegas

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Every Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m., Las Vegas’ newest LGBTQ+ restaurant will serve “Queen’s Drag Brunch,” the ultimate drag show with a full Rupaul’s Drag Race cast of characters. For $75 per person, the all-inclusive brunch will feature multiple show-stopping performances by Queen’s resident lineup featuring RuPaul’s Drag Race alums, brunch dishes, and bottomless mimosas. For an additional $45, guests can upgrade to all-you-can-drink featuring a full menu of specialty brunch cocktails and signature shots.

Fine Company

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This new neighborhood restaurant in Downtown Summerlin serves brunch Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Since opening in September, guests have been lining up early to order a loaf of its banana bread, which sells out almost daily. Other popular items include the brown butter pancakes, açaí bowl, and salt and pepper shrimp served with fennel salad and Calabrian chili oil.

Hand pours syrup over a round white plate with golden brown pancakes and cup of coffee on the side.
Brown butter pancakes
Louiie Victa

Morning News

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The team behind locals’s favorite steakhouse and cocktail bar Herbs and Rye has opened a new breakfast spot. Open daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. the casual morning restaurant serves eggs Benedicts and bagel sandwiches, plus incredibly over-the-top stacks of loaded pancakes and waffles.

Pancakes at Morning News.
Morning News.
Janna Karel

KYU Las Vegas

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The new restaurant inside the recently opened Fontainebleau on the Las Vegas Strip serves modern Asian fare with a focus on wood-fired cooking. For brunch, find dishes like eggs Benedict with pulled short rib and yuzu hollandaise, skillet pancakes with grilled maple syrup and matcha cream, and a smoked ribeye French dip with grilled Jalapeno aioli and fried egg.

Buddy V's Ristorante

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Buddy Valastro’s Italian brunch buffet has all-you-can-eat antipasto stations, scrambled eggs and roasted potato hash, a carving station with roasted maple glazed ham and grilled peppercorn-crusted steak, and a chef’s corner of Italian classics. For dessert, the sweets station offers cannoli tiramisu and Italian doughnuts. Brunch is available every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. for $55 per adult and $24 per child under 10. Bottomless cocktails, beer, and wine is available for $20 more. 

RPM Italian Las Vegas

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RPM Italian at The Forum Shops at Caesars will launch a new brunch that will be available every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Guests can enjoy dishes such as prosciutto benedict, eggs in purgatory, and panettone French toast with orange honey whipped cream. In addition to a menu of brunch cocktails, it also will feature bottomless bubbles featuring Giuliana Prosecco with choice of classic or tropical strawberry-lavender mimosas for $40 per person.

A partial overhead picture of sunny side up eggs in a circular dish filled with red tomato sauce, green basil leaves and croutons. A couple of uncracked brown eggs and sprig of dried herbs sit beside the dish on a white marble counter.
Eggs in purgatory at RPM Italian at The Forum Shops at Caesars.
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Alexxa's Las Vegas

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This casual restaurant has it all — ample seating, expansive windows that face the Las Vegas Strip, and a new brunch menu available daily with many traditional brunch dishes under $20. That includes omelets, shareable plates of fruit with chocolate cream dip, and pancakes with blueberry compote and chantilly cream. Add bottomless mimosas for $30.

Ocean Prime Las Vegas

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Take in mid-morning views of the Las Vegas Strip from Ocean Prime’s outdoor terrace. Whether seated in the open air or in its tan and cool blue dining rooms, start your Saturday or Sunday with icy seafood towers, super fresh sushi rolls, truffle omelets, crabcake eggs Benedict, brioche French toast, and short rib surf and turf. Add a peach bellini, bloody Mary, or even mimosa bottle service.

Toca Madera Las Vegas

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Toca Madera Las Vegas serves brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. The high-energy Mexican steakhouse filled with trees and fire elements features dishes like tres leches french toast, vanilla cast iron pancakes, breakfast enchiladas, breakfast burritos, and brunch-only cocktails.

A thick slice of  French toast with vanilla ice cream and berries.
Tres leche French toast
Louiie Victa

Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar

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On Sundays, stop in for Game Day brunch with a menu that includes smoked salmon lox flat bread, caviar lobster rolls, smoked brisket chilaquiles, Dutch baby cast iron pancakes, and crème brûlée French toast with warm banana and walnut. Watch football with beer towers and a bloody Mary cart.

Mijo Modern Mexican

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This vibey restaurant at the new Durango casino has huevos rancheros,, steak and eggs, and big breakfast burritos filled with scrambled eggs, chorizo, cheese, peppers and onions, avocado, and tater tots. House specialties include a birria torta dip on toasted telera bread stacked with birria beef, Oaxaca cheese, and pickled vegetables and served with consommé, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday. Dine inside or on the macrame-adorned patio.

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The George Sportsmen's Lounge

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The George has a weekend patio brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. with bottomless mimosas, bottle service, and live music. There’s breakfast charcuterie boards with chicken and waffles, mini pancakes, yogurt parfait, bacon and sausage, breakfast potatoes, assorted jams and preserves, honey butter, and fresh fruit and the Durango Breakfast Burrito with scrambled eggs, chorizo, green chile relish, sour cream, cheddar cheese, cotija, breakfast potatoes, and avocado salsa verde. The ‘Day Drinking’ menu has the Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go with vodka, Kahlúa, cold brew concentrate, and triple syrup. 

Gaetano's Ristorante

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For the first time in their 20-plus-year history in Henderson, Gaetano’s is adding Sunday Brunch starting January 14, available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Highlights include a Marsala French toast made with panettone bread, a roasted red pepper carpaccio with stracciatella cheese, and a bowl of eggs in purgatory with shredded short ribs and grilled crostini. Bottomless cocktails and a mocktail list are also available.

Eggs and toast at Gaetano’s Ristorante.
Gaetano’s Ristorante.
Gaetano’s Ristorante

La Mona Rosa

Available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday, La Mona Rosa’s brunch menu includes El Nopal tacos, made with grilled cactus, charred Mexican onions, tomato and queso cotija; and Poloze Rojo, pork guajillo soup with hominy, avocado, cabbage, oregano served with salsa macha spread atop an heirloom corn tostada; among others that include vegetarian options. Several signature cocktails complement the menu, including Mexico City michelada, made with Mexican lager, house sangrita, hatch chili and cucumber.

Sautéed shrimp taco with green bell peppers, onions, cheese, salsa and cilantro.
El Governado tacos.
Courtesy of Corner Bar Management

1228 Main

Brunch is now served from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, with a full-service brunch on Sundays at this new downtown restaurant. Brunch selections include the breakfast sando made with rosemary focaccia, crisp bacon, griddled eggs, pimento and Tillamook cheddar. There’s also Napa Valley smoked salmon served with a potato latke, a dish of Tunisian Shakshuka with fried eggs and toasted sourdough, and the baked croissant French toast with Chantilly cream. Bottomless mimosas and draft beer are $30 with a two-hour limit.

1228 Main.
1228 Main.
Jeff Green

Queen Las Vegas

Every Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m., Las Vegas’ newest LGBTQ+ restaurant will serve “Queen’s Drag Brunch,” the ultimate drag show with a full Rupaul’s Drag Race cast of characters. For $75 per person, the all-inclusive brunch will feature multiple show-stopping performances by Queen’s resident lineup featuring RuPaul’s Drag Race alums, brunch dishes, and bottomless mimosas. For an additional $45, guests can upgrade to all-you-can-drink featuring a full menu of specialty brunch cocktails and signature shots.

Fine Company

This new neighborhood restaurant in Downtown Summerlin serves brunch Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Since opening in September, guests have been lining up early to order a loaf of its banana bread, which sells out almost daily. Other popular items include the brown butter pancakes, açaí bowl, and salt and pepper shrimp served with fennel salad and Calabrian chili oil.

Hand pours syrup over a round white plate with golden brown pancakes and cup of coffee on the side.
Brown butter pancakes
Louiie Victa

Morning News

The team behind locals’s favorite steakhouse and cocktail bar Herbs and Rye has opened a new breakfast spot. Open daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. the casual morning restaurant serves eggs Benedicts and bagel sandwiches, plus incredibly over-the-top stacks of loaded pancakes and waffles.

Pancakes at Morning News.
Morning News.
Janna Karel

KYU Las Vegas

The new restaurant inside the recently opened Fontainebleau on the Las Vegas Strip serves modern Asian fare with a focus on wood-fired cooking. For brunch, find dishes like eggs Benedict with pulled short rib and yuzu hollandaise, skillet pancakes with grilled maple syrup and matcha cream, and a smoked ribeye French dip with grilled Jalapeno aioli and fried egg.

Buddy V's Ristorante

Buddy Valastro’s Italian brunch buffet has all-you-can-eat antipasto stations, scrambled eggs and roasted potato hash, a carving station with roasted maple glazed ham and grilled peppercorn-crusted steak, and a chef’s corner of Italian classics. For dessert, the sweets station offers cannoli tiramisu and Italian doughnuts. Brunch is available every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. for $55 per adult and $24 per child under 10. Bottomless cocktails, beer, and wine is available for $20 more. 

RPM Italian Las Vegas

RPM Italian at The Forum Shops at Caesars will launch a new brunch that will be available every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Guests can enjoy dishes such as prosciutto benedict, eggs in purgatory, and panettone French toast with orange honey whipped cream. In addition to a menu of brunch cocktails, it also will feature bottomless bubbles featuring Giuliana Prosecco with choice of classic or tropical strawberry-lavender mimosas for $40 per person.

A partial overhead picture of sunny side up eggs in a circular dish filled with red tomato sauce, green basil leaves and croutons. A couple of uncracked brown eggs and sprig of dried herbs sit beside the dish on a white marble counter.
Eggs in purgatory at RPM Italian at The Forum Shops at Caesars.
Courtesy of RPM Italian

Alexxa's Las Vegas

This casual restaurant has it all — ample seating, expansive windows that face the Las Vegas Strip, and a new brunch menu available daily with many traditional brunch dishes under $20. That includes omelets, shareable plates of fruit with chocolate cream dip, and pancakes with blueberry compote and chantilly cream. Add bottomless mimosas for $30.

Ocean Prime Las Vegas

Take in mid-morning views of the Las Vegas Strip from Ocean Prime’s outdoor terrace. Whether seated in the open air or in its tan and cool blue dining rooms, start your Saturday or Sunday with icy seafood towers, super fresh sushi rolls, truffle omelets, crabcake eggs Benedict, brioche French toast, and short rib surf and turf. Add a peach bellini, bloody Mary, or even mimosa bottle service.

Toca Madera Las Vegas

Toca Madera Las Vegas serves brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. The high-energy Mexican steakhouse filled with trees and fire elements features dishes like tres leches french toast, vanilla cast iron pancakes, breakfast enchiladas, breakfast burritos, and brunch-only cocktails.

A thick slice of  French toast with vanilla ice cream and berries.
Tres leche French toast
Louiie Victa

Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar

On Sundays, stop in for Game Day brunch with a menu that includes smoked salmon lox flat bread, caviar lobster rolls, smoked brisket chilaquiles, Dutch baby cast iron pancakes, and crème brûlée French toast with warm banana and walnut. Watch football with beer towers and a bloody Mary cart.

Mijo Modern Mexican

This vibey restaurant at the new Durango casino has huevos rancheros,, steak and eggs, and big breakfast burritos filled with scrambled eggs, chorizo, cheese, peppers and onions, avocado, and tater tots. House specialties include a birria torta dip on toasted telera bread stacked with birria beef, Oaxaca cheese, and pickled vegetables and served with consommé, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday. Dine inside or on the macrame-adorned patio.

A pink plate with eggs Benedict.
Mijo Modern Mexican.
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The George Sportsmen's Lounge

The George has a weekend patio brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. with bottomless mimosas, bottle service, and live music. There’s breakfast charcuterie boards with chicken and waffles, mini pancakes, yogurt parfait, bacon and sausage, breakfast potatoes, assorted jams and preserves, honey butter, and fresh fruit and the Durango Breakfast Burrito with scrambled eggs, chorizo, green chile relish, sour cream, cheddar cheese, cotija, breakfast potatoes, and avocado salsa verde. The ‘Day Drinking’ menu has the Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go with vodka, Kahlúa, cold brew concentrate, and triple syrup. 

Gaetano's Ristorante

For the first time in their 20-plus-year history in Henderson, Gaetano’s is adding Sunday Brunch starting January 14, available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Highlights include a Marsala French toast made with panettone bread, a roasted red pepper carpaccio with stracciatella cheese, and a bowl of eggs in purgatory with shredded short ribs and grilled crostini. Bottomless cocktails and a mocktail list are also available.

Eggs and toast at Gaetano’s Ristorante.
Gaetano’s Ristorante.
Gaetano’s Ristorante

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