Las Vegas Brunch Spots For The Timeless




With a long weekend ahead of us, it will be a great time to catch up with some friends and family. When time and company is on your side and no one is in a rush, you can sit back and really dive into some meaningful conversations with a beautiful setting. Take some time to reflect on those who died serving our country and really capitalize on cherishing your moments with loved ones around you. 

Here are some Las Vegas brunching gems that offer the best of views with classic twists on modern meals. Most venues even offer a Military discount come Memorial Day, be sure to ask your server what types of specials they'll be offering!

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Bouchon at the Venetian


This tucked away French bistro is a hidden Las Vegas strip gem with a gorgeous setting with a patio available. Their roast chicken and savory bacon-chive waffles are to die for! All the components of brunch are captured in each menu item. There is a patio available so be sure to tell your hostess you would love to sit outside and soak up some sunshine.


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Mon Ami Gabi


An upscale French bistro with a classic menu. There is something for everyone here whether your tastes are wild for the Escargots de Bourgogne or tame for the Onion Soup with Steak Frites. All meals come with a view of the Bellagio fountains! This restaurant is great for big groups but note the patio seating is first come first serve so arrive early or prepare to wait.


Grand Lux Café


Not that I play favorites, but if I did, Grand Lux is FOR SURE my favorite. Grand Lux presents anything from a salmon bagel to a waffle and strawberries. Conveniently located inside the Venetian | Palazzo and open 24 hours. They have some patio seating with an impeccable view of the strip. Sip down on some bellini’s and explore their extensive menu options.

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Border Grill


The wait is considerable but the Ceviche bar has a selection fit for the gods. On Saturdays & Sundays they embrace unlimited small plates and bottomless Mimosas, Micheladas, and Bloody Marys special that vary in options from Esquite Lettuce Wraps, Yucatan Benedict with achiote roasted pork, or Tres Leches French Toast. Stefany from @VegasByTheBite is a frequent flyer here and features a tone of recommendations. Located inside Mandalay Bay as the Caesar's Palace property closed its doors on May 15th.

We would love to know if you check out any of these spots! Tag us on Instagram when you do! (_CupofJoJo and @VegasByTheBite) We’d love to show you some love on your page. What are some of your favorite brunch spots when you’re feeling bougie but your bank account isn’t? Drop a comment below!

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