Vegas Seven

Brunch

  • One Bite

    RM Seafood Delivers Brunch With a Twist

    By Genevie Durano

    Las Vegas has no shortage of brunch places, but the new offerings at Rick Moonen’s RM Seafood are worth the trip to Mandalay Bay.

  • Ask a Native

    Eggs Benedict With an Old-School Flavor

    By James P. Reza

    What’s the Native’s favorite Sunday brunch?

  • nightlife

    STK’s Sunday Brunch Club Is the New Life of the Party

    By Melinda Sheckells

    The Cosmopolitan’s steakhouse is one of the toniest high-volume, vibe-dining experiences in town.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Weekends Are For Brunch. Period.

    By Grace Bascos

    The weekend midday meal is also a tradition for many during the holiday season; between company parties and family gatherings, brunch is just one more way to get together with friends for food, drink and merriment.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Brunch Is the New Black, Go Italian at Hyde and the Return of Booze & Bites

    By Grace Bascos

    Despite its popularity in other big food cities, brunch as a social outlet hasn’t really been a thing for Las Vegas until relatively recently. But increasingly, Valley restaurants are pushing new menus for the meal that spans breakfast and lunch, usually washed down with a bottomless beverage.

  • Dining

    Seven Stellar Brunches For Mom

    By Ian Caramanzana

    We love Mom. We love her so much that we dedicate a few precious hours in our busy schedules to eat with her, and it’s sort of special because it generally only happens once a year. Here are seven delicious ways to knock out that thing we do for love every second Sunday in May.

  • Dining

    Best Brunches for Mom

    By Jen Chase

    Whether she birthed you or just treated you like she did, pay homage to the well-meaning matriarchs in your life with one of these brunches on Mother’s Day.

  • Dishing With Grace

    A Cupcake ATM and Two New Reasons to Love Sundays

    By Grace Bascos

    Because having a cupcake just handed to you is so passé, Las Vegas now boasts its very own cupcake ATM at the newly opened Sprinkles at the Linq.

  • Dining

    Brunch a Bunch

    By Cindi Reed

     

  • Tao Beach to Launch Sunday Brunch

    By Xania V. Woodman

    Sundays are about to get a whole lot beachier. Sure, you could get up at dawn, hightail it to San Diego and be brunching seaside like a rock star by noon, but that would require more effort than even the most bodacious fish tacos are worth. Alternatively, you could shuffle over to Tao Beach in your pool skivvies for a new all-day Sunday Brunch, launching May 12.

  • LaCave Finds Sunday Sweet Spot

    By Max Jacobson

    La Cave, Michael Morton’s wine bar at the Wynn Las Vegas, is offering one of the best deals on the Strip for Sunday brunch. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday only, this trendy space is doing an interestingly conceived all-you-can-eat brunch for the fair price of $40. Drinks are extra, but a clever format makes the additional charge reasonable. For an extra $20, you’ll get bottomless mojitos, Bloody Marys or caipirinhas, which obviously appeals to many of the patrons who sit for hours on La Cave’s patio, some of whom, it appeared, were unable to get up altogether.

  • Brunch with the Burning Angels at First

    By Max Jacobson

    Only my colleague Al Mancini, a co-author of Eating Las Vegas, could have arranged the porn star brunch we ate Sunday at First Food and Bar. The irrepressible Sammy D, who just opened a restaurant called Sammy D’s at Harrah’s in Atlantic City, was only too happy to create a five-dish brunch and cocktail pairings for the equation. I must confess I had never heard of BurningAngel.com, but then I’m not big on porn sites. After meeting Joanna Angel and Krista Kaos, though, I might just have to peek. If you see my wife, tell her I was with you.

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