Brunch is more than just a meal; it is an experience. Ready for some immaculate vibes? Let’s do brunch in Vegas
Tacos & Tequila
If you want a fun daytime activity on Sundays, you should consider brunch at Tacos and Tequila at the Palace Hotel and Casino. Guests enjoy delicious meals, pitcher specials, and a Mariachi band for entertainment. The offerings range from traditional brunch meals, such as French toast, to special choices, such as tacos. Many people enjoy day drinking during brunch, and their house margarita is ideal for this, amongst other options.
Spruce up your weekend by visiting Mabel’s BBQ with friends for brunch. The ambiance is one of the best things about this location, especially if you opt for the patio beer garden seating. The brunch menu includes dishes such as curry fried rice loco moco, pork shank, cinnamon French toast, chopped brisket on a roll, and more. They also have an all-you-can-drink package with drinks such as mimosas, margaritas, an Aperol spritz, and sangria to enjoy.
Guests can experience Italian cuisine in a decadent brunch experience at Rosa Ristorante in Henderson. The menu brings the best American and Italian specials with meals such as chicken parmesan, rigatoni alla vodka, pizza, eggs benedict, cinnamon rolls, and more. They also have multiple brunch cocktails, such as the iconic Rosa G & T comprising Hendricks gin, lime, tonic, rose, and basil. You can also order a Pina Coladatini, sangrias, and more. Brunch runs from 10 am to 6 pm, offering enough time to wine and dine.
House of Blues Las Vegas
Do you enjoy listening to Gospel music? Then the seasonal brunch at House of Blues is what you need on a Sunday. It is a unique opportunity to eat and have a great time while listening to your favorite gospel hits. The exquisite location at Mandalay Bay is a plus for a relaxing, upscale experience. The menu offers American classics such as chicken and waffles, biscuits and gravy, and other irresistible dishes for your cravings. It is also an opportunity to give back, as a dollar from each ticket purchased for the brunch goes to a charitable cause.
Crossroads Kitchen Las Vegas
Crossroads is by far one of the best plant-based eateries the city offers. It is located at Resorts World with an expansive menu, beautiful lighting, airy space, excellent service, and more. Visit for brunch and sample meals such as chicken waffles or the impossible breakfast sausage sandwich. If you visit in a group, you can order the bagel tower with cream cheese, caviar, sliced vegetables, whitefish, salad, and more. The portion can serve up to six guests. They also have cocktails to complement the meals.