Best Places to Grab Brunch in Las Vegas, NV

Best Places to Grab Brunch in Las Vegas, NV

When you think of brunch in Las Vegas, you probably think of great food and bubbly libations in a fun, bold atmosphere. Well, you’re right. Las Vegas has a pretty impressive brunch scene worth enjoying every weekend. Let’s look at some of the best spots you should consider for your next brunch, each with a distinctly different vibe.


Describing itself as Latin inspired with modern interpretations, Peyote in Downtown Las Vegas has a moody, modern interior and cozy, desert-inspired patio complete with cacti and a firepit that sets the scene for its delectable brunch experience. 

The Latin theme is apparent in some of its food offerings. Try the Papalonas, consisting of french fries tossed in a cilantro garlic sauce and cotija cheese topped with spicy mayo and pico de gallo, or the beets & queso made from roasted heirloom beets and heirloom tomatoes dressed in epazote sherry dressing, Mexican pesto, queso fresco, and salsa macha. You could also try the longaniza mollete, which is toasted mollete bread, longaniza, and avocado topped with two poached eggs and salsa macha.

If it’s libations you’re looking for, Peyote delivers on this front as well. Enjoy a Bendecido made with Principe de los Apostoles gin, Amaro Nonino, orange mint syrup, yerba mate, and sage iced tea. For something even more unique order a Mayab Sorbet made with D’aristi Xtabentun liqueur, green apple and mint sorbet, and sparkling Cava. 

Location: 1028 Fremont St.

Brunch hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday.

The Pepper Club

If you’re looking for an upscale venue, make a reservation at The Pepper Club. You can’t miss the bright pink flowers along the wall lining the spacious patio. The interior’s dark atmosphere with bright orange, blue, and gold accents instantly reminds you that you’re in Vegas.

Impressively headed up by James Beard award-winning chef Todd English, unique brunch bites include the JFC sandwich, a Japanese-fried chicken thigh (or grilled breast), citrus slaw, pickles, and spicy JFC sauce served with french fries or truffle fries. You can also opt for mini breakfast tacos made with farm-fresh scrambled eggs, smoked bacon, sharp cheddar, and scallions in wonton shells with avocado and Chiang Mai salsa. 

Brunch combos are also available, but at The Pepper Club, your combo is a selection of sushi. The $130 Grand Omakase combo comes with a variety of 10 sushi, 21 sashimi, one maki choice, and one specialty maki. Further indulge with a Bottomless Mimosa or the TPC Mimosa, a uniquely glamorous combination of champagne, grenadine, and glitter.

Location: 921 S. Main St.

Brunch hours: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Honey Salt

Honey Salt Drink

Honey Salt offers more traditional brunch fare in an elevated shabby chic atmosphere that makes you feel at home. Satisfy your sweet tooth with the strawberry shortcake french toast topped with shortbread cookie crumble and vanilla whipped cream. You can also order up a couple of twists on some classics: the BELT is thick steak-cut bacon, soft scrambled eggs, arugula, tomato, parmesan, lemon aioli, and sourdough toast, and the tomato & burrata is heirloom tomato, pistachio, arugula, minus eight vinegar, and for an extra $2, shaved dark chocolate. 

Bottomless Therapy is available with either Bubbles (orange or blood orange mimosa, or bellini) or Hair of the Dog (traditional bloody mary, bloody caesar, bloody maria, or michelada) over a two-hour time limit.

Location: 1031 S. Rampart Blvd.

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


A best of Vegas brunch list wouldn’t be complete without a joint on the Strip, and we’ve got our eyes on The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. Situated in Restaurant Row in The Venetian Tower, CHICA is a stunning restaurant with Venezuelan, Peruvian, Brazilian, Mexican, and Argentine inspirations run by chef Lorena Garcia. You’ll feel like you’re in paradise with the etched wood and green palms. 

From the exceptional brunch menu, you could have distinguished items such as Wagyu quesa-birria tacos filled with braised brisket, Oaxacan cheese, and consommé or Yucatecan breakfast gorditas made with cochinita pibil, queso, pickled onions, and salsa verde. For something sweet, try the buñuelo donuts, which are lemon ricotta donuts served with dulce de leche and raspberry sauce. 

Popular brunch cocktails include the Espress Yourself, made with Don Julio reposado, cold brew, Licor 43, Frangelico, and agave, and the Bloody Mary (or Maria) made with San Marzano tomatoes, Worcestershire sauce, chipotle, horseradish, ancho chile, and fresh citrus. Mimosa offerings are classic, pomegranate, and grapefruit.

Location: 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd., St. 106.

Brunch hours: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Kassi Beach House

Another Las Vegas resort brunch spot is Kassi Beach House, nestled in Virgin Hotels Las Vegas. Being self-described as offering “an escape to the Italian seaside” and being “reminiscent of laid-back trattorias,” Kassi Beach House delivers an upscale beach atmosphere with delicious food. You can even sit poolside to really soak in the sun and imagine you’re in Italy.

The brunch menu is extensive, serving salad, pizza, pasta, and brunch entrees. You can grab a savory order of roasted salmon with green lettuce, fennel, red onion, cherry tomatoes, salsa verde, extra virgin olive oil, and lemon juice, or walk on the sweet side with ricotta pancakes topped with salted caramel, whipped mascarpone, brûléed banana, and maple syrup. If you’re feeling like pizza, the decadent truffle pizza comes with truffled ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan, pecorino, shaved black truffle, and white truffle oil. 

If you’re up for an adult beverage, dive into the bottomless rosé options: La Jolie Fleur Rosé or La Marca Rose Prosecco for $45 a person. If you’re dining on a warm day, you can’t miss the flavorful slushies. Try the Amalfi Slushie, made with Cazadores Blanco, anise, lime, watermelon, and pineapple, or the Subtropic Slushie, made with Mount Gay Rum, lime, passion fruit, and orange. 

Location: 4455 Paradise Road.

Brunch hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Time To Choose

At Las Vegas Jewelry & Coin Buyers, we know high class when we see it. You won’t go wrong with any of these top brunch options around Las Vegas and as a matter of fact, each of them is worth a try. The only question is in which order. Know about any up-and-coming spots we should add to the list? Give us a shout for us to add it to the list. 

Delicious Bloody Mary cocktail garnished with lemon slice by Charlotte May is licensed with Pexels License