We’ve covered some of the best weekday brunches in Las Vegas, and now we’re back to give you the top new brunches try in 2021. These restaurants take brunch to another level with bottomless mimosas, rosé, Bloody Marys, sangria pitchers, beer towers, over-the-top and decadent cuisine, live entertainment, and resident DJs.
CATCH, located inside Aria, is one of the hottest new places for weekend brunch in Las Vegas. The brunch menu, offered Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., features the beet cured salmon Benedict, organic avocado toast, steak and eggs, cinnamon roll pancakes, and a gluten-free waffle tower, layered with maple, milk chocolate, and raspberry ice cream, chocolate ganache, raspberry jam, and toasted almonds. You’ll also find sushi rolls, truffle sashimi, burgers, salads, and classic menu items like crunchy rice cakes, crispy shrimp, and A5 Japanese Miyazaki Wagyu. Complete your experience with a mimosa or a signature cocktail like the Grapefruit Spritz or Pineapple Trainwreck.
Enjoy the new social brunch experience at STK at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Popular menu items include cinnamon French toast, lobster and eggs Benedict, truffle steak and egg, hot chicken and waffle, and an egg white omelet. The menu also features market salads, appetizers, and steaks, ranging from a 6-ounce filet to a 16-ounce New York strip. While you’re there, order a signature cocktail or bottomless mimosas. The vibe at STK gets lively with live DJ sets while you’re brunching.
Kassi Beach House at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas offers a daily brunch menu worth checking out. You can expect to find avocado toast, steak and eggs, a prosciutto scramble, ricotta pancakes, a smoked salmon platter, and the Kassi burger on the brunch menu from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. There’s also plenty of salads, pizzas, and pasta to choose from. Your brunch experience isn’t complete without the bottomless Fleur de Mer Cotes de Provence Rosé for per person.
In the heart of Downtown Summerlin, JING hosts one of the best Sunday party brunches in Las Vegas with a curated brunch menu, live entertainment, and a DJ. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m., enjoy menu items like the lobster eggs Benedict, Japanese hash browns, Creekstone Farms New York steak and eggs, crispy breakfast potatoes, avocado toast, vanilla yogurt parfait, artisanal pastries, and JING’s signature seafood tower. You can also order from the all-day menu, which features shareable plates, steak, seafood, sashimi, sushi, wok selections, noodles, and rice. The brunch experience also includes bottle service and Instagrammable photo opportunities throughout the restaurant.
Hakkasan Group’s Casa Calavera at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas offers a Mexican-style brunch every Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. The La Mañana Brunch menu features chorizo, egg tacos, sweet corn tamales, huevos rancheros, carne asada chilaquiles, and the Calavera breakfast platter with farm eggs, applewood smoked bacon, poblano-onion breakfast potatoes, beans, and grilled telera bread. On the beverage menu, you’ll find brunch cocktails, bottomless mimosas and bellinis, sangria pitchers, and a massive beer tower.
El Dorado Cantina at Tivoli Village offers one of the best new brunch experiences in Las Vegas. Every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., enjoy a Mexican twist on brunch classics with items like the chorizo and eggs enchilada, carne asada skillet, huevos divorciados, chilaquiles, plantain fritas, and Dorado breakfast tacos. You’ll also find tres leches French toast and Belgian-style churro waffles on the menu. Specialty cocktails, agua frescas, and bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys are the perfect beverage options during brunch.
Are you looking for other Las Vegas brunch recommendations? Lip Smacking Foodie Tours offers a top-notch boozy brunch tour that takes you to three of the city’s best brunches on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon.