When people call Vegas a playground, they usually mean something a little more grown-up. But the Palms is taking it literally, livening up brunch with Hostess Sno Balls and Rice Krispies Treats, not to mention a never-ending stream of beignets and a bottomless Bloody Mary bar. We’re not sure how the sushi station fits in... but we think you can figure it out.
The Five Best Brunches in Vegas
Between now and Sunday, you might find yourself indulging in the kinds of things that could leave you in something less than top form. (You know, like an all-night poker showdown with a mute juggler from Cirque du Soleil.) So we’ve rounded up five of the best morning meals in the city, to help you recover in time for the afternoon’s pool parties.
To harness the restorative powers of Mexican food, the Luxor’s aptly named Tacos & Tequila is hosting a burrito brunch complete with a powerful house margarita. Be warned: there’ll be a decidedly non-restorative mariachi band performing live to aid your digestion. Bring your trumpet.
Sometimes, you just want to eat Peking duck next to an enormous fountain—in which case, the Bellagio has it pretty well locked down. The eggs Benedict and half-shell oysters don’t hurt either. Just try not to get any hollandaise in the water.
If your recovery plan includes getting a jump on the pool scene, we’d suggest heading to Azure, which managed to nab one Wolfgang Puck to design their menu. That means lobster club sandwiches, asparagus-stuffed omelets and a staggering supply of Moët—along with a blanket waiver of the 30-minute rule.
In case you’re struck by the urge for spontaneous, mimosa-related atonement, the House of Blues is bringing a live gospel band on stage and jambalaya and cheese grits onto their buffet menu. And the chef said, let there be waffles...