Whether you’re looking for a spot to relax with friends or just want to treat yourself, bottomless mimosas are the perfect way to do it. Here’s where to grab bottomless mimosas in Vegas:
1. Nacho Daddy
You can have an exciting time at Nacho Daddy, indulging in delicious Mexican treats with bottomless mimosas. The restaurant has multiple locations. Two great options to visit are the ones at Miracle Mile shops and the Downtown location, which both offer every day brunch. You can enjoy bottomless mimosas served with juices like classic orange, cranberry, and pineapple for $25 till noon.
Therapy is one of Fremont Streets’ unique gems. You can enjoy bottomless mimosas for $18, and they also offer affordable drinks like sangrias and cocktails. The high ceilings make the dining room airy and relaxing. You can order French toast, chicken and waffles, The Hangover steak, which is a meal of 6 oz steak, breakfast potatoes and eggs, mushroom frittatas, and more.
3. Alexxa’s Las Vegas
Alexxa’s at Paris Las Vegas offers the convenience of every day brunch. Many visit on weekends so they can sit out on the patio, watch people and enjoy some sun. Brunch hours are from as early as 7 am to 2:45 pm, with ample time to enjoy hearty pizzas and pasta. They offer bottomless mimosas too, and if orange juice is not your cup of tea, you can go for cranberry or pineapple juice as a sweetener.
If you want a more upscale experience, you can hardly go wrong with Primrose. It’s a beautiful restaurant at Park MGM with a hint of French influence. The brunch menu runs till 2 pm daily. You can order rose or bottomless mimosas for about $40. There are many classic dishes such as the brioche French toast, deep dish pancakes, and smoked salmon bagels.
You can find various comfort foods and bottomless mimosas from Craft Kitche. The restaurant opens at 8 am and serves delectable meals till 3 pm. It’s affordable, with bottomless mimosas going for $18 and many dishes in generous portions for under $20. Sample meals include the Chorizo scramble skillet, Crème Brulee stuffed French toast, and Craft Benedict.