Top Brunch in Las Vegas for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is a wonderful day to welcome spring. Seems to be tailor-made for brunch. And restaurants in the Las Vegas area are more than happy to do so. Below is a selection of the best in the valley.

Honey salt, 1031 S. Rampart Blvd., usually books pretty early for Mother’s Day, but you can make your own brunch with their pop-up from 12pm to 4pm on Friday. The restaurant offers sweet and savory baked goods such as pastries, cupcakes, cookies, hot quiches and artisanal sandwiches. Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla will be signing copies of their cookbook, Honey Salt Food & Drink – A Culinary Scrapbook. The French Cottage Bakery offers sourdoughs, baguettes and bread. Other participants include Dee Berkley Jewelry, the luxury sneaker options from Ross & Snow, as well as Celebrations by Karlys Luftballons and the Instagram wall.

Skull house In the Virgin Hotels in Las Vegas, the La Manana Brunch takes place on Mother’s Day from 10 a.m. It offers oversized towers of sangria, bottomless mimosas and bellinis, cocktails and dishes like chorizo ​​and egg tacos with Oaxaca cheese and potatoes, and corn tamales with pina colada sauce and berries marinated with mint agave, and a stack of five yellow corn cake with maple syrup, chocolate sauce and berry compote.

Chica The Venetian offers what is perhaps the longest Mother’s Day brunch in town, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The menu says Sweet Spring Peach Salad with Basil Sorbet, $ 16; roasted Peruvian snapper with wilted spinach and pickled red onions, $ 33; and Bien Me Sabe, coconut cake with coconut cream, strawberry and hibiscus jam, swirls of coconut, mango, and raspberry sauces, and rose petals, $ 13. “Mom-osas” made from cava and freshly squeezed juices are $ 10 a glass or $ 45 a bottle.

All valley locations of Hash House A Go Go except for those at the Rio, which have their regular menu items as well as specials like Margie’s Crab Cake Benedict for $ 25.99; a lemon iced blueberry waffle, $ 13.99; and Southwest Avocado Toast, $ 14.99.

lakeside Mother’s Day brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Wynn Las Vegas. The Prix Fixe menu of favorites for elevated brunch is $ 85 for adults, $ 42 for children 2 to 12 years old, and is free for children under 2 years of age.

Mom can have brunch on the bay reflection bay at Lake Las Vegas in Henderson with a full raw food bar, homemade biscuits and jams, a pizza and pasta station, a station for fresh fruit and salad, a breakfast station with omelets and blueberry-lemon pancakes, a carving station with prime rib, a dessert station and unlimited Mom-Mosas and Bloody Marys. It costs $ 79.99 inclusive, $ 29.99 for children 3-11 years old, and is free for children under 3 years of age.

The folks at Bugsy’s old eatery, El Cortez, offer all mothers a free mimosa or dessert when they buy a main course from Seal’s 1941.

Mother’s Day brunch is back Sparrow + wolf, 4480 Spring Mountain Road, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Menu highlights include endless mimosas with cold-pressed juices and fresh fruit for $ 28; Duck confit cinnamon rolls, $ 16; Croque Madame Sando, $ 14; Lobster Glove Gnocchi with White Asparagus, $ 28; and Kitchen Sink Cookies with brown sugar vanilla milk, $ 9. There are flowers for all mothers and live music from Diego Morales.

The Stirling Club At Turnberry Place, 2827 Paradise Road, the day will be celebrated with a special brunch from 12pm to 6pm. The brunch stations include shellfish, pastries, salads, carvings, side dishes, and desserts. Live entertainment is offered to members, $ 90 for non-members, from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

Lobster Eggs Benedict, $ 26, will be among the Mother’s Day specials Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill at The Venetian from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Other dishes include Miami Benedict with smoked ham and mojo pork for $ 22. and a veggie goat cheese frittata with asparagus and caramelized onion, $ 21.

After the success of the Easter brunch Zuma At the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas it is repeated for Mother’s Day with endless small plates, one main course per guest, bottomless champagne, the Zuma Deluxe dessert plate and much more. It’s $ 95.

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