Best Brunch in Las Vegas

The best brunch in Las Vegas is a subjective call, one that is best determined from direct experience. There are, however, some amazing places to enjoy Las Vegas Sunday brunches that no one could deny are absolutely amazing. Whether you are looking for the most luxurious brunch buffet in the city or are most concerned with simply getting great value for your money, you will have no problem finding a wide variety of places that cater to a range of price levels. It is quite possible to find a great Las Vegas brunch buffet, complete with Champagne and gourmet food, for somewhere in the $25 to $40 range. Of course, the prices range up with the extravagance of the buffet, but on the other hand, there are a number of fine places where you can also enjoy a brunch buffet on the cheap. Definitely consult with your hotel concierge on available incentives and deals for their brunch buffets, as well as for those in the area.

Sterling Brunch at Bally's

The Sterling Brunch at Bally’s is arguably the best brunch in Las Vegas, and very possibly the best buffet of any kind here as well. It is served on Sunday only, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m and costs $85 per person. It is highly recommended that you make reservations to this opulent Champagne brunch, as seating comes at a premium. This is certainly one of the priciest brunches on the Strip, but one that does not spare a single detail when it comes to a gourmet culinary experience. On one hand, you can enjoy traditional buffet favorites like made to order omelet’s and waffles, and on the other you can partake in endless Champagne, ostrich, Maine lobster, caviar, truffles, and much more. The service is also absolutely impeccable at this Las Vegas Sunday brunch. You can expect professional servers in white gloves and tuxedoes to keep the Champagne flowing and ensure that you have a memorable experience at this epicurean buffet at Bally’s. Sterling Brunch goes beyond a simple brunch and ventures into the realm of an experience.

Le Village Buffet at Paris

Le Village Buffet is a less expensive option at $24.99 that nonetheless serves up a bountiful array of culinary delights for brunch on both Saturday and Sunday. Le Village divides the various sections of the buffet area into representative sections of France. Enjoy the rich tastes of areas of France like Burgundy and Brittany while being pampered with elegant service. The Paris hotel buffet in general is uniquely divided into sections determined by culinary regions of France. And, as this buffet captures a bit of French cuisine, expect delicious made-to-order crepes, an array of cheeses, lox, and other treats that might be a bit more unique than your usual brunch spread. This Las Vegas brunch buffet is served on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m..

The Buffet at Bellagio

The Bellagio also offers an amazing Las Vegas weekend brunch. Here, brunch runs both weekend days from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. and will cost $24.95 per person, or $29.95 with Champagne. The price is roughly commensurate with what you can expect to pay at Le Village Buffet at Paris. Enjoy unlimited Champagne, as well as a range of delicacies from around the globe. You do not have to worry about not finding fresh eggs and meat, bread and waffles, and virtually anything else you could possibly imagine to round out a proper Las Vegas brunch buffet feast. Enjoy freshly made pancakes, French toast, waffles, bacon, prime rib, a salad bar, an array of fresh fruit, and a selection of desserts. As with most of the restaurants at Bellagio, it's hard to have a bad experience here.

Determining the best brunch in Las Vegas is difficult, but these three places are a good place to start. Other notable places that serve Sunday brunch include the Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood and Rio’s Carnival World Buffet at the Rio Hotel. However, you can find brunch at almost all of the buffets up and down the Las Vegas Strip, as well as at locations off the Strip as well, including in the downtown area on Fremont at hotels such as the Golden Nugget or at the Rio hotel which is about a mile off the Strip.

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