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The build-your-own Bloody Mary bar is shown during Sunday brunch at Andiron Steak & Sea at Downtown Summerlin, 1720 Festival Plaza Drive. (Lisa Valentine/View) The brunch culture is alive and booming in Las Vegas.
With more and more restaurants competing for business from the brunch crowds, restaurants offer up sweet treats and over-the-top bites to entice hungry diners. For those looking for a good brunch spot — or those hoping to try out a new spot — here are 10 restaurants in Las Vegas serving up tasty weekend brunch.
Sunday Brunch at Andiron Steak & Sea With restauranteur Elizabeth Blau at the helm of this Downtown Summerlin hot spot, you know its Sunday brunch isn’t going to let you down. From steak and eggs to lobster rolls and peanut butter and pretzel caramel cheesecake, Andiron, 1720 Festival Plaza Dr., has everything to please your weekend brunch tastebuds.
Oh, and, they let you to load up at a candy buffet on your way out. Brunch at CraftKitchen What makes this Henderson brunch spot, 10940 S. Eastern Ave. #107, so unique is its ever-changing weekend brunch menu. Because CraftKitchen is open seven days a week during what one would consider prime “brunching” hours (7 a.m.
to 3 p.m.), to spice up its weekend fare the restaurant has new brunch specials each week. Regardless of the changing brunch menu, you can always count on bottomless mimosas being served.
Brunch at DW Bistro With its Jamaican meets New Mexican cuisine, DW Bistro, 6115 S. Fort Apache Road #112, offers a unique menu of brunch dishes ranging from jerk fried chicken and waffles to Challah French toast served with fresh strawberries or sautéed banana. Brunch is regularly served at DW Bistro weekends from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Occasionally DW will host themed-brunches — they recently hosted a “Happiest Brunch on Earth” Disney-themed brunch — and night brunches.
Brunch at Glutton Tucked away in downtown Las Vegas, Glutton, 616 E. Carson Ave. #110, has a brunch beverage menu that’s equally as long as its brunch food menu. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Glutton’s brunch menu includes delectable dishes such as apple pie waffles and short rib scrambles. Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar’s #BrunchAtOurPlace Restaurants on the Strip aren’t the only spots serving up delectable weekend brunches.
If you don’t feel like driving all the way to Las Vegas Boulevard, Hearthstone at Red Rock Resort, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd., has you covered. Every Sunday, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Hearthstone offers arguably one of the biggest brunch menus around, which features everything from salted caramel French toast to hand-shucked oysters.
Coastal Weekend Brunch at Herringbone Whether you worked late or you’re recovering from a wild night out on the town, what better way to kick start your day than by indulging in bacon and egg ravioli or orange ricotta chocolate chip pancakes?
Herringbone, 3760 Las Vegas Blvd. South, serves its mouth-watering brunch fare Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Did we mention that you dine poolside? Brunch and Party Brunch at LAVO LAVO Italian restaurant, 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. South, serves classic brunch favorites and some with an Italian twist. If devouring one of LAVO’s various extravagant dishes from the griddle doesn’t sound pleasing — Nutella and banana crêpes or lemon ricotta waffles — how about breakfast mac and cheese (two fried eggs, truffled shells and Panchetta)?
LAVO’s brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Occasionally you can attend a “party” brunch. Acoustic Sunday Brunch at Pizza Rock Brunch typically involves a hefty assortment of breakfast foods, but that doesn’t stop Pizza Rock, 201 N. Third St., from serving its own take on brunch.
In addition to meatball hash ‘n eggs, Pizza Rock also offers a triple berry pizza — mozzarella, mascarpone, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, honey and powdered sugar — Sunday from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Sunday Brunch Club at STK Las Vegas STK at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, 3708 Las Vegas Blvd. South, was named one of this year, and its Sunday Brunch Club likely has a lot to do with that.
From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Sunday, STK Steakhouse transforms into a lively Sunday Brunch Club. Craving something sweet or greasy? Check. Bottomless Bloody Mary bar?
Check. Summerlin Brunch at Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill Summerlin From 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at Downtown Summerlin, 10955 Oval Park Dr., offers its own take on brunch with a menu that features everything from breakfast burritos to shrimp and calamari pizza.
The food is great at Wolfgang Puck, but the company is even better, as the restaurant allows guests to dine with their dogs out on its patio. If you want to keep your dog from begging for table scraps, feel free to bring your own dog food and the restaurant will provide water. Missing something? Contact Caitlin Lilly at email@example.com.
Find her on Twitter: RELATED 1. Various Artists, “Holidays Rule," with Rufus Wainwright, The Shins, Calexico and more. 2. Various Artists, “We Wish You a Metal Xmas and a Headbanging New Year," with Lemmy Kilmister, Alice Cooper, Chuck Billy and others. 3. Various Artists, “Christmas on Death Row," featuring Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg to name but a few. 4. Bright Eyes, “A Christmas Album.” 5. Various Artists, "The Motown Christmas Album." (Jason Bracelin/Las Vegas Review-Journal) In the Las Vegas Valley, the chances of getting a white Christmas are slim.
But this year, you can have a “Knight” Christmas. A Henderson resident has a Christmas lights display that is synchronized to the entrance music for the Golden Knights.
GG Misa’s Knights light show is played every 30 minutes from 5 to 10 nightly. His light show consists of two songs: Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” and the entrance music, “Le Castle Vania,” from the movie “John Wick.” The display is located at 730 Bollons Island St.
(Richard Brian/Las Vegas Reivew-Journal) Operation Homefront Holiday Meals for Military program gave meal kits to 200 families at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10047 in Las Vegas Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018. It all started with a chance encounter in a supermarket in Utica, N.Y., near Fort Drum.
A soldier, his wife and infant had a handful of grocery items they couldn't afford. A Beam Suntory employee picked up the $12 cost for the groceries.
The program has grown from providing 500 meal kits to military families in 2009 to providing more than 7,000 nationally this holiday season.K.M. Cannon Las Vegas Review-Journal @KMCannonPhoto
Stuck for awesome ? Spent too many hours at the buffet and need to work it off with a swim (we hope you at least went to one of the !). Or are you simply looking to cut loose at a famous Vegas pool party? Whatever your reasons for putting a dip on one of the best pools in Sin City at the top of your list of , we’re here to a help with our extensive guide to the city’s top oases.
Swim with the sharks (sorta). Go back to Rehab. Visit the gods. The best pools in Vegas take the simple act of plunging into water to wild and luxurious new heights. What Las Vegas lacks in coastline it makes up for in aquatic playgrounds, and when it comes to the art of the pool party, exhibit A is Encore Beach Club. This 55,000-square-foot oasis has palm trees, shower go-go platforms and an enthusiastic crowd that packs the place to dance to top DJs.
With a gaming pit, daybeds perched in the water, VIP cabanas and exclusive bungalows with private plunge pools (and restrooms), EBC’s strength lies in how it manages to be both a total rager and luxurious dayclub simultaneously. It gets extra points for its Thursday evening bashes, when guests are encouraged to wear their bikinis and splash the night away.
Thu 10pm–4am; Fri, Sun 11am–7pm; Sat 10am–7pm. Enter the Mediterranean as you step foot onto the Bellagio pool deck, where no less than five pools beckon from an elegant garden landscape. Indulge in cocktails made with fresh juices, a sushi lunch or even a poolside massage while you spend the day soaking up rays or relaxing with a book.
Private cabanas here come with misters, WiFi, pool rafts, fresh fruit and a fridge stocked with non-alcoholic beverages. If privacy is paramount, opt for the Cypress Premier Lounge, an exclusive retreat set apart from the rest of the space where entry includes infused water, chilled towels, smoothie shots and Evian misters. Pool daily 8am–7pm; Cypress Premier Lounge daily 9am–6pm. Even in January there’s a pool party on the Las Vegas Strip.
This Cosmopolitan dayclub laughs in the face of cold weather with a climate-controlled dome that fully covers the poolscape and lets visitors don their bikinis in the dead of winter. However, Marquee really comes to life in summer with a lineup of A-list DJs that gets the club crowd out of their beds to start the fun before lunch.
Bringing a group? Consider reserving a daybed or cabana with private infinity pool so you’ll have a place to relax, share some snacks and get down on a beer bucket or bottle. Fri–Sun 11am-sunset. This expansive resort backyard checks just about every box: wave pool, sandy beach, lazy river, poolside casino. There’s even an adults-only top-optional enclave for those allergic to tan lines. And if you’re looking to rent some real estate for the afternoon, the Beach offers 100 different cabanas, daybeds and bungalows, where you can order in Jell-O shots, nachos or a spa treatment.
After dark, the Beach plays host to outdoor concerts and other special events. Daily 5am-6pm. Like the Mandarin Oriental hotel that houses it, this eighth-floor pool deck is smaller than many of its Strip neighbors but more sophisticated. Service is stellar here; that means attendants who pass by every hour with complimentary nibbles like frozen fruit or mini smoothies and cabanas—also available to non-hotel guests—stocked with non-alcoholic beverages, fresh fruit, sunscreen and magazines.
The Pool Café serves a full range of approachable fare, from continental breakfast to seared tuna salad to skirt steak quesadillas. Wash it all down with a pineapple ginger mojito or a glass of rosé. Sun–Thu 8am–6pm; Fri, Sat 8am–8pm. Some hotels have a pool. Caesars Palace has seven. They’re all part of the resort’s Garden of the Gods, a sprawling outdoor escape done up in stately columns and statues that’s divided into smaller pockets each offering a slightly different experience.
Want to party without the full-on dayclub crush? Venus. Looking for somewhere chill to lay out? Jupiter. Fancy a game of swim-up blackjack? Fortuna. Free to hotel guests, those staying elsewhere can pay a cover to bask poolside or ante up for a cabana, which comes with cold refreshments and a fruit plate.
Main pool daily 9am–6pm; Venus Thu–Sun 11am–6pm. You can thank this rock ’n’ roll resort for launching the Vegas pool party obsession when it debuted Rehab in 2003. That debaucherous daytime fête is still going strong, now held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Hard Rock’s tropical pool grounds where palm trees, sand, snaking lagoons and waterfalls make it feel like Spring Break all summer long.
But the hotel isn’t all booze-fueled madness: The Nirvana pool is a quieter alternative with the same sweet landscaping, and the Friday Night Live concert series brings acts like Mayer Hawthorne and Eagles of Death Metal to play outdoor shows in the Rehab grounds. Hotel pool Mon–Thu 9am–7pm, Fri–Sun 11am–7pm; Rehab Fri–Sun 11am–7pm. The Wynn has a reputation for impeccable design and tasteful decor, and both are on display at the resort’s pool, open only to hotel guests.
The space is beautifully landscaped with gardens creating small alcoves that lend an atmosphere of privacy even when the place is packed. There are European pools for topless bathing, a gaming lounge with the day’s sporting events on TV and a cocktail menu that trades piña colada mix and cloying margaritas for refined and refreshing flavors.
Just don’t forget to hydrate, too. Daily 8am–6pm. It’s all about the party at this 54,000-square-foot MGM Grand dayclub, where champagne showers and crowd-surfing DJs are just par for the course. The crowd’s as hot as the music, the pools are filled with saltwater and those looking to go the VIP route have plenty of options to fit their style and budget.
At the top end of the spectrum are ultra-exclusive bungalows with private dipping pools, personal safes and teak furniture, but guests can also book a more economical daybed or a table in the lounge where your seat comes with blessed shade.
When the thermometer hits 110, everyone will be jealous. Thu–Mon 11am–dusk. Plenty of Vegas pools have luxury cabanas, DJs and servers who look like models.
You know what they don’t have? A waterslide that goes through a tank full of sharks. The centerpiece of this multi-tiered poolscape is that 200,000-gallon tank, glowing blue and filled with predators. But guests who skip the fast ride down from the top will still find plenty to enjoy here, from the cooling waterfalls to the cabanas to the Hideout, an adults-only area with its own petite pool, bar and not a kid in sight.
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