Where to Eat Brunch off the Strip in Las Vegas

Photogenic Brunches to Light Up Your Instagram Feed

Looking for brunch on the Strip instead? Check out the 12 best spots for brunch on the Strip in Las Vegas!

What’s the point of a good meal if you can’t snap a photo to share on social media? Fortunately, the best brunches in Las Vegas know how to mix great food with colorful presentations, adding up to a satisfying experience on every level. Get ready for a little daytime drinking and dust off the lens on your camera phone.

One of our personal favorites is Bacchanal Buffet, located in Caesars Palace. However, this is just one of many delectable midday dining establishments. The best off-Strip neighborhood brunches in Las Vegas are also calling your name.

So, if you’re thinking to yourself, “where is the best brunch near me?” look no further than our top choices for the best brunch in Las Vegas. If you’re ready to snap a pic and toast to the weekend, don’t forget to tag us on Instagram at @offthestrip

Bring On the Best Brunch in Las Vegas off the strip

Blume Kitchen & Cocktails

Henderson

Blume knows how to treat brunch like a party. The Henderson hotspot keeps the energy strong during “Beauty & The Brunch” on Sundays with a live DJ, tableside hookah service and bottomless mimosas prepared with heavy pours of Moet. The restaurant’s reputation for celebrity appearances is reflected in the names of a few dishes, most notably The Bieber white chocolate brioche with fruit soaked in Grand Marnier. The Eggs Benedict is prepared with equal indulgence, combining skirt steak with shrimp and poached eggs.

Brunch hours: Sunday 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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Carson Kitchen

Fremont East

Carson Kitchen isn’t traditionally known for brunch, but is turning that perception around with a few brand new dishes. The Fat Elvis pays tribute to The King with bacon lardon, banana, and toffee on peanut butter toast, while the Donut French Toast is topped with three-rum caramel and creme Anglaise. Looking for something less sweet? The Garbage Hash may be your thing, mixing short rib and pork belly with red wine demi and a sunny-side-up egg.

Brunch hours: Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Chinglish Wine Bar

Boca Park

Cantonese cuisine is on full display in a brunch that’s unlike most others in Las Vegas. In a fun twist, omelettes are made with Mongolian beef or Kung Pao Chicken, while the restaurant’s already famous hand-folded shrimp and pork wontons are served in a hearty soup. Eggs are tossed with shrimp, duck, and chicken in the Foo Kien Fried Rice. Wash it all down with a Hong Kong Mimosa, served with a choice of lycee or pineapple juice in addition to the traditional O.J.

Brunch hours: Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.



DW Bistro

The Gramercy

DW Bistro has been a longtime locals’ favorite, mixing Jamaican and Southwest flavors for 11 years now. The brunch is especially popular with reservations highly encouraged. The Fried Chicken & Waffles, Jerk Pork Hash and French Toast Souffle are top picks. DW Bistro is hosting a few special-edition themed brunches this summer that pay tribute to the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. Check online for dates and reservations.

Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.



Esther’s Kitchen

Downtown Arts District

James Trees’ signature restaurant continues to be a major draw in the Arts District, and demand remains strong during the weekend brunch. The chef’s house-made dough is well suited for the Brunch Pizza, topped with a savory combination of lamb merguez, pomodoro, chorizo, fontina and quail eggs for a subtle, spicy kick. The Buttermilk Pancakes, with pecans, bruleed bananas, and maple syrup, almost taste like dessert. Esther’s Kitchen has an inventive cocktail menu as well, with libations that work equally well day or night.

Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


The Goodwich

Downtown

One of the best sandwich shops in Vegas is proving it can pull off a low-key, but delicious brunch menu. Rainbow-colored Stacked-Rite Pancakes have a light, fluffy texture, thanks to egg whites folded into the dough. Of course, there are plenty of breakfast-style sandwiches too, including the Prosciutto Happiness with scrambled eggs, prosciutto, parmesan and arugula pesto inside a soft croissant.

Brunch hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. | Saturday-Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Honey Salt

Summerlin

The signature Summerlin restaurant by Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla has been a staple for the Summerlin crowd for years. And the brunch only gets better and better, featuring eggs sourced from local Desert Bloom farm. Try ’em in a Fried Chicken Eggs Benedict. For something even more decadent, go with the Cocoa Puffs French Toast. Mimosas and Bloody Marys are available, but feel free to just add a shot of vodka to the Green Goodness fruit and vegetable juice.

Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.


Kassi Beach House

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

Kassi Beach House is a welcome addition to the dining portfolio at the all-new Virgin Hotels. It’s almost like a restaurant and lounge in one with dark, moody lighting and private VIP cabanas on the poolside patio. Take advantage of the atmosphere and the food of Executive Chef Josh Stockton during Kassi’s exceptional daily brunch with Ricotta Pancakes topped with salted caramel bruleed bananas and a Prosciutto Scramble with arugula and cheese toast.

Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.


Marche Bacchus

Desert Shores

This French bistro has a large screened-in patio overlooking Lake Jacqueline, making for a scenic Sunday brunch. Feast on expertly crafted dishes, including a Braised Beef Benedict or an authentic Croque Madame. Try something new with Beef Medallion Grillades over grits and black truffles… or go fancy with full caviar service. Sip on a selection from March Bacchus’ extensive wine collection and when it’s all over, leave with a bottle to go from the in-house shop.

 Brunch hours: Sunday 10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.




Osteria Fiorella

Red Rock Resort

Combine the vision of Marc Vetri with a stylish, contemporary dining room in the Red Rock Resort and you’ve got all the ingredients in place for Osteria Fiorella’s Italian-inspired weekend brunch. A wood-fired oven is put to good use, especially for the pizzas, which include a Cacio e Pepe variation with egg and bacon. The pastry plate, featuring scones, croissants, and coffee cake is exceptional, but save room for the Biscuit Egg Sandwich, made with Vetri’s own Fiorella Sausage. Mimosas are poured at the table with your bottle chilled on ice.

Brunch hours: Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.



The Squeeze In

Ft. Apache & Eastern

This quirky breakfast and lunch spot started in Truckee, spread throughout Reno and now has two Las Vegas locations. Each restaurant has its own cluttered artwork covering the walls with guests encouraged to contribute their own scribbles in crayon. Both Vegas versions of The Squeeze In have the same large menu, highlighted by the Racy Tracy (a bacon, cheese, and avocado omelette featured on “Throwdown! with Bobby Flay” on the Food Network), chocolate-covered bacon strips, and mimosas served in assorted goblets with heavy pours of bubbly.

Brunch hours: Monday-Sunday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Fort Apache); Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. | Saturday-Sunday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Eastern)


The Stove

Henderson

Sandwiched between the Anthem and Seven Hills communities, The Stove exclusively serves breakfast and lunch five days a week. The collaboration between Antonio Nunez and Scott Commings is all about fun food, ranging from funfetti-covered Birthday Pancakes to a Suckling Pig Benedict and Spam Fried Rice. Shots from a champagne gun are just $2 each.

Brunch hours: Monday-Tuesday, Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Saturday-Sunday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.



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