1. Kona Grill
At Kona Grill, there’s a variety of Hawaiian specialties to choose from. Their savory dishes are to-die-for, with their best-selling one being their breakfast sandwich made with toast, smoked gouda, avocado, spicy lobster, grilled spam, a fried egg, and sweet sesame soy sauce. It is well known for being light but filling. You can order from Kona Grill online, but they are also open to brunch from 9 am to 2 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
2. Border Grill
This Mexican restaurant is always packed. People love Border Grill inside Mandalay Bay for brunch because of the special ‘small plate’ offer. This offer is the equivalent of an all-you-can-eat buffet where you can eat as many pancakes, breakfast potatoes, shrimp toast with avocado, and carnitas as you want. You can get a little bit of everything. Brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm.
3. El Luchador Mexican Kitchen + Cantina
From fresh chilaquiles and al pastor bacon to chipotle aioli and spicy guacamole, El Luchador Mexican Kitchen prides itself in serving authentic Mexican food made fresh every day. For $20, you can get bottomless mimosas. Customers who go here always leave while smiling. They are open for brunch from 12 pm to 3 pm every Saturday and Sunday.
4. STK Steakhouse
Have you ever tried a flat iron wagyu steak? Or perhaps buttermilk waffles with fried hot chicken? STK Steakhouse at the Cosmopolitan offers this and more. Pick your poison while enjoying Bloody Mary’s and Bottomless Mimosas and listening to the dj mix in the booth.
5. Osteria Fiorella
Located inside Red Rock Resort, Osteria Fiorella is an Italian restaurant offering brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Their diverse menu offers everything from pizzas and sandwiches to pastries. Marc Vetri, an award-winning chef, runs the restaurant, so rest assured that they serve excellent, high-end dishes. Make a reservation in advance for a smoother experience.