Las Vegas restaurants offer special Easter brunch

The Easter bunny won’t be the only one jumping on April 4th. The restaurants in the Las Vegas area serve a wide variety of specialties, usually in addition to their regular menus. On this holiday that heralds spring, brunch is a great way to start the day. 10 special Easter brunch around the valley are offered here.

Bazaar meat In the Sahara, brunch is offered from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It starts with a fruit and muesli parfait, chocolate croissants and blueberry muffins for the table. Then the meal is served in waves, with dishes such as bagels and salmon cones -virgin olive oil pancakes and patatas bravas with spicy tomato sauce and aioli. The dessert consists of churros with Abuelita chocolate espuma and mini fruit tarts. It’s $ 65 or $ 25 for a kids menu for 12 and younger. Bottomless cava, sangria, or mimosa, $ 30. A la carte items such as steak, caviar flights, jam plates and desserts are also available. The complete Easter brunch menu, with the exception of the oysters and caviar, can be offered to take away from 12.30 p.m. to 3 p.m. No dinner is offered.

At all Hash House A Go Go The specialties in southern Nevada, with the exception of the Rio, include the Easter Basket Pancake, a buttermilk flapjack topped with jelly beans and sprinkled with desiccated coconut with a fruit garnish and warm syrup. and Margie’s Crab Benedict, a blue crab cake on mashed potatoes with a split biscuit, spinach, sliced ​​tomatoes, two light eggs and a house chilli cream sauce. Dinner also available.

Honey salt, 1031 S. Rampart Blvd., offers Easter egg hunts at 10:30 am and 1:00 pm, and 5-season roasted and pulled pork specialties, poached farm egg, cheesy grains, and red wine-eye sauce, $ 22; and Megan’s carrot cake with cream cheese icing and candied pecans, $ 10. Dinner also available.

Kona Grill at 750 S. Rampart Blvd. serves a grilled ham with honey icing brunch special, breakfast potatoes, and three eggs of each type, $ 20; and carrot cake, $ 15. Dinner specials are also available. Take away and delivery possible.

Local Italian cuisine, 7995 Blue Diamond Road offers a brunch menu with dishes inspired by Nana by Chef Marc Marrone, who passed away the day he created the menu. The first course consists of baked mussels, oregano, pumpkin blossoms filled with ricotta or a fresh fruit platter. The second course consists of a typical breakfast pizza with homemade porchetta, fresh mozzarella and red onions, lemon ricotta waffles with blueberry compote and fresh mint or Fontina biscuit Eggs Benedict with porchetta. and for dessert Nana’s Pastiera Napoletana or a salted caramel budino. It starts at 10 a.m. and costs $ 35. Dinner is also offered.

Reflection Bay Golf Club Scheduled for an Easter brunch picnic on the bay ($ 29.99 per person) or at home ($ 24.99) at Lake Las Vegas in Henderson. Three courses include lemon and blueberry pancakes, grilled leg of lamb and grilled spring asparagus. plus an omelette station; Additional options include homemade cinnamon rolls and strawberry and rhubarb cakes. Beverage packages are also available. Order at or 702-945-2158.

Among the brunch dishes served between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Siena Italian trattoria, 9500 W. Sahara Ave., will be Pizza Eggs & I, a crispy crust topped with fresh and smoked mozzarella, sauteed rapini, sausage, and sunny-side eggs, $ 16, and Eggs Bismarck, two eggs over medium with Asparagus, parmesan, and crab meat hollandaise, $ 15. A variety of baked goods will also be available. Dinner is served all day from 10am 702-360-3358

STK steakhouse The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas serves brunch specials like smoked pork belly Benedict for $ 29. Eggs and avocado on toast, $ 28; and a Wagyu burger breakfast, $ 27; and all-day Easter specials, including fiendish king crab eggs with crème fraiche and Old Bay spices, $ 34 (add caviar for $ 15); Roasted rack of lamb with asparagus, spring garlic, and rosemary jus, $ 74; and a Rocky Road Fudge Brownie with toasted hazelnuts, marshmallows, Easter eggs, and caramel ice cream, $ 19. Dinner specials are also available.

The Easter brunch returns to veranda in the Four Seasons with hot and cold breakfast, poached egg martinis with crab cakes and spinach tomato hollandaise, an omelette station, small bites like devilish eggs with crispy bacon and chives, an antipasti station, a bruschetta bar and grilled dishes like fillet of beef with green peppercorn sauce, an Ostertaco truck, a plant-based station and various seafood. It’s $ 95 or $ 38 for kids 12 and under. 702-632-5121

Zuma The first Easter brunch takes place at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The bottomless menu includes small plates such as avocado salad, shrimp and black cod gyoza, sweetcorn with shiso butter and salmon tartare and a selection of maki, sushi and sashimi, as well as starters such as spicy beef fillet with sweet chilli soy and Chilean sea bass with shishito ginger dressing. It costs $ 95 for bottomless Roederer brut Premiere or a variety of cocktails plus bottomless small plates and an appetizer, $ 295 for bottomless Dom Perignon, sake and some cocktails with small plates and entrees, or $ 55 for kids up to 12 years plate and bottomless soft drinks.

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