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14 Restaurants That Serve a Weekday Brunch in Las Vegas

Brunch isn’t just for the weekend

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Brunch. It’s the meal that makes it okay to drink champagne before noon. Brunch is a trusted hangover cure, a leisurely afternoon date, and an excuse to have a bloody Mary. In other words; it’s the perfect meal.

For those who believe that brunch shouldn’t be relegated to Sunday Funday, here are 14 places to enjoy it all week long in Las Vegas.

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MTO Cafe

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With locations in Downtown Las Vegas and Downtown Summerlin, MTO Cafe has both breakfast and lunch favorites available all day. There’s a nice variety of healthy options such as the Yoga Pants (eggs, mushrooms, onions, and other veggies cooked to order) and indulgent fare such as the Kentucky fried chicken with eggs, fried chicken, country gravy, and a mixture of hash browns and mashed potatoes.

Hash House A Go Go

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With five locations across Las Vegas, Hash House A Go Go makes it easy to get all-week brunch in any neighborhood from Spring Valley to Henderson. The restaurant is known for generously portioned dishes including sage fried chicken with maple reduction, and flapjacks sprinkled with Snickers. Especially rough mornings call for the O’Hare of the Dog, a 24-ounce Budweiser served in a paper bag with a side of bacon.

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Hash House A Go Go
Hash House A Go Go

Mimosas Gourmet

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As the name implies, it’s all about mimosas here. The classic brunch beverage comes in lychee, mango, kiwi, and guava here and is even available in a super-sized serving. There’s also chicken sausage and eggs, Nutella crepes, and burgers topped with queso.

Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill

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Sugarcane’s all-week brunch offers a globally inspired menu with a nod to Las Vegas. The Fat Boy Hash — for example, with its eggs, bacon, hash browns, and truffle Hollandaise — is the ultimate hangover remedy, according to chef Timon Balloo. Other must-try dishes include waffles with duck egg and duck confit and the decidedly lighter avocado toast with corn and goat cheese.

Dulce de leche soaked french toast with caramelized apples in a skillet
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Toasted Gastrobrunch

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This westside restaurant is really, really passionate about one meal: brunch. Diners flock here from all over Las Vegas to order avocado toast with lobster, cinnamon streusel pancakes, and duck confit quesadillas. The cocktail menu goes beyond mimosas and bloody marys (though both are definitely still on there) with morning cocktails such as the prickly pear sour made with pisco, egg white, prickly pear puree, lime, and bitters.

Overhead view of toasts topped with various ingredients
Toasted Gastrobrunch
Toasted Gastrobrunch

If your idea of brunch include freshly ground corn tortillas, a romaine and jicama salad, blue corn pancakes and chilaquiles, look no further than Milpa. As an added bonus to the modern Mexican food, the coffee menu also includes treat like horchata cold brew and ice cafe de olla.

Alexxa’s Kitchen and Bar

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Because the Bellagio Fountains just look better from behind a plate of pancakes, Alexxa’s serves brunch all week long. Located on the ground floor of Paris Las Vegas — and offering the kind of patio that makes passersby envious — Alexxa’s serves cinnamon roll waffles, veggie omelets, prime rib French dips, plus bottomless mimosas and bloody Marys garnished with crab legs.

The colossal Bloody Mary at Hexx
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Kassi Beach House

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Kassi Beach House offers a wide-ranging brunch, with a menu that ranges from unlimited Prosecco and ricotta pancakes to lobster pasta and steak frites. There’s something for everything, and the sunny dining room and poolside outdoor seating is perfect for any time of day.

Squeeze In

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Squeeze In is known for its Hail Mary — a giant bloody Mary topped with bacon strips, a grilled cheese sandwich, and stuffed olives. For those who require additional sustenance, the menu also offers omelets, Benedicts, French toast, burgers, and build-your-own burritos.

Della's Kitchen

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Tucked away off the sleek lobby of the Delano, Della’s Kitchen serves farmhouse-style breakfast and lunch favorites with simple ingredients. Entrees include croissant sandwiches with maple-pepper bacon, ginger waffles with cardamom spiced cream, and grass-fed beef burgers. Mimosas are served in flights along with hand-pressed juice.

Good Morning Kitchen and Cocktail Bar

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Find churro waffles, pancake towers, bananas foster French toast, and crab Benedicts inside this cozy little brunch restaurant. With both an expansive coffee and cocktail menu, brunch can be a weekday affair.

The Sparklings

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With brunch served daily until 3 p.m., this farmhouse-style restaurant makes an excellent setting for mid-morning dining. Inside a dining room filled with fresh flowers, bold velvet furnishings, and sparkly chandeliers, order benedicts, omelets, and french toast strips — along with $18 bottomless mimosas.

A dining room with blue booths and flowers
The Sparklings
The Sparklings

Kitchen Table

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The sunny, inviting dining room inside Henderson’s Kitchen Table is a space that’s perfect for a lengthy brunch. Fortunately it can be enjoyed all week with menu selections such as pork belly Benedict with jalapeño Hollandaise, chorizo crepes, and peaches and cream pancakes.

Chicken sandwich topped with melted cheese, bacon, and avocado
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Duck l’orange Benedicts, cornbread French toast, and wild salmon panang curry make the brunch menu at this Henderson restaurant just might be the cure to the usual eggs and bacon lineup.

Speciality benedict at Served
Served
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MTO Cafe

With locations in Downtown Las Vegas and Downtown Summerlin, MTO Cafe has both breakfast and lunch favorites available all day. There’s a nice variety of healthy options such as the Yoga Pants (eggs, mushrooms, onions, and other veggies cooked to order) and indulgent fare such as the Kentucky fried chicken with eggs, fried chicken, country gravy, and a mixture of hash browns and mashed potatoes.

Hash House A Go Go

With five locations across Las Vegas, Hash House A Go Go makes it easy to get all-week brunch in any neighborhood from Spring Valley to Henderson. The restaurant is known for generously portioned dishes including sage fried chicken with maple reduction, and flapjacks sprinkled with Snickers. Especially rough mornings call for the O’Hare of the Dog, a 24-ounce Budweiser served in a paper bag with a side of bacon.

Plate containing waffle topped with fried chicken and herbs
Hash House A Go Go
Hash House A Go Go

Mimosas Gourmet

As the name implies, it’s all about mimosas here. The classic brunch beverage comes in lychee, mango, kiwi, and guava here and is even available in a super-sized serving. There’s also chicken sausage and eggs, Nutella crepes, and burgers topped with queso.

Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill

Sugarcane’s all-week brunch offers a globally inspired menu with a nod to Las Vegas. The Fat Boy Hash — for example, with its eggs, bacon, hash browns, and truffle Hollandaise — is the ultimate hangover remedy, according to chef Timon Balloo. Other must-try dishes include waffles with duck egg and duck confit and the decidedly lighter avocado toast with corn and goat cheese.

Dulce de leche soaked french toast with caramelized apples in a skillet
Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill
Sugarcane/Facebook

Toasted Gastrobrunch

This westside restaurant is really, really passionate about one meal: brunch. Diners flock here from all over Las Vegas to order avocado toast with lobster, cinnamon streusel pancakes, and duck confit quesadillas. The cocktail menu goes beyond mimosas and bloody marys (though both are definitely still on there) with morning cocktails such as the prickly pear sour made with pisco, egg white, prickly pear puree, lime, and bitters.

Overhead view of toasts topped with various ingredients
Toasted Gastrobrunch
Toasted Gastrobrunch

Milpa

If your idea of brunch include freshly ground corn tortillas, a romaine and jicama salad, blue corn pancakes and chilaquiles, look no further than Milpa. As an added bonus to the modern Mexican food, the coffee menu also includes treat like horchata cold brew and ice cafe de olla.

Alexxa’s Kitchen and Bar

Because the Bellagio Fountains just look better from behind a plate of pancakes, Alexxa’s serves brunch all week long. Located on the ground floor of Paris Las Vegas — and offering the kind of patio that makes passersby envious — Alexxa’s serves cinnamon roll waffles, veggie omelets, prime rib French dips, plus bottomless mimosas and bloody Marys garnished with crab legs.

The colossal Bloody Mary at Hexx
Photo courtesy of Hex

Kassi Beach House

Kassi Beach House offers a wide-ranging brunch, with a menu that ranges from unlimited Prosecco and ricotta pancakes to lobster pasta and steak frites. There’s something for everything, and the sunny dining room and poolside outdoor seating is perfect for any time of day.

Squeeze In

Squeeze In is known for its Hail Mary — a giant bloody Mary topped with bacon strips, a grilled cheese sandwich, and stuffed olives. For those who require additional sustenance, the menu also offers omelets, Benedicts, French toast, burgers, and build-your-own burritos.

Della's Kitchen

Tucked away off the sleek lobby of the Delano, Della’s Kitchen serves farmhouse-style breakfast and lunch favorites with simple ingredients. Entrees include croissant sandwiches with maple-pepper bacon, ginger waffles with cardamom spiced cream, and grass-fed beef burgers. Mimosas are served in flights along with hand-pressed juice.

Good Morning Kitchen and Cocktail Bar

Find churro waffles, pancake towers, bananas foster French toast, and crab Benedicts inside this cozy little brunch restaurant. With both an expansive coffee and cocktail menu, brunch can be a weekday affair.

The Sparklings

With brunch served daily until 3 p.m., this farmhouse-style restaurant makes an excellent setting for mid-morning dining. Inside a dining room filled with fresh flowers, bold velvet furnishings, and sparkly chandeliers, order benedicts, omelets, and french toast strips — along with $18 bottomless mimosas.

A dining room with blue booths and flowers
The Sparklings
The Sparklings

Kitchen Table

The sunny, inviting dining room inside Henderson’s Kitchen Table is a space that’s perfect for a lengthy brunch. Fortunately it can be enjoyed all week with menu selections such as pork belly Benedict with jalapeño Hollandaise, chorizo crepes, and peaches and cream pancakes.

Chicken sandwich topped with melted cheese, bacon, and avocado
Kitchen Table
Kitchen Table/Facebook

Served

Duck l’orange Benedicts, cornbread French toast, and wild salmon panang curry make the brunch menu at this Henderson restaurant just might be the cure to the usual eggs and bacon lineup.

Speciality benedict at Served
Served
Served/Facebook

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