Easter Brunch is a tradition in many cities, and Las Vegas is no exception. Here are my picks for the top 5 places to eat Easter Brunch in Las Vegas:
Top 5 Easter Brunch Restaurants in Las Vegas: Texas de Brazil
For a true pig out experience, visit this Brazilian steakhouse located in the Town Square shopping center on the south end of the Strip. We ate there last year, and we were full for the next two days.
If you’ve never been to a Brazilian steakhouse, you start with the salad bar where you stock up on soup, salad, and side items. Servers with large skewers of slow-roasted and seasoned meat then come to your table and serve seasoned cuts beef, pork, lamp, chicken, and Brazilian sausage. They continue to serve meat until your stomach can hold no more.
Although a little pricey at $44.99 per person (children ages 7-12 are half price), the continuous dining experience of all-you-can-eat meat and side dishes makes the price well worth it. The food is absolutely delicious and the service is excellent. Texas de Brazil is one of our favorite places to eat for special occasions. Reservations are highly recommended and the restaurant has a smart casual dress code.
Top 5 Easter Brunch Restaurants in Las Vegas: Springs Café by Wolfgang Puck
Located at the Springs Preserve on Valley View Road of Route 95, the Springs Café by Wolfgang Puck serves brunch every Sunday until 3:00pm. My favorite thing about the Springs Café is the view it offers of the entire city. The café is located on the 2nd floor or the gift shop, and from their terrace you can see both the Strip and Downtown areas as well as the whole Springs Preserve.
Easter Brunch at the Springs Café is open to the general public and runs from 11:00am – 4:00pm. Menu items include Cajun peel-and-eat shrimp, hand-carved prime rib, slow-roasted leg of lamb, a sushi station and other sustainable dining delights. There will also be a special menu for children that includes made to-order buttermilk waffles and eggs, crunchy French toast and wood-fired pizzas as well as dessert selections. Special live music will also be performed throughout the day.
Prices are $29.95 for adults, $12.50 for children ages 4-12, and free for children ages 3 and under. You do not need to be a member of the Springs Preserve to enjoy their Easter Brunch, but you must make reservations by calling (702) 822-7705.
Top 5 Easter Brunch Restaurants in Las Vegas: Sweet Tomatoes
For an economical and healthy Easter Brunch choice, visit Sweet Tomatoes, which serves brunch from 9am to 12 pm ever Sunday. For only $8.95 per person, feast on breakfast items scrambled eggs, waffles, biscuits & gravy, oatmeal, potatoes o’brien, freshly baked cinnamon chip biscuits, muffins, and make-your-own breakfast burritos. In addition, they have their usual expansive salad and soup bar, which includes pasta, baked potatoes, fruit, and dessert.
Sweet Tomatoes is one of my favorite restaurants because they consistently use fresh ingredients, and it’s a quick and easy way to eat healthy. There are two locations in the Las Vegas area: one located in the Best of the West shopping center on the corner of Lake Mead and Rainbow Boulevards and the other located in Henderson on the corner of Stephanie Street and Warm Springs Road near the Sunset Station Hotel.
While reservations are not required, Sunday brunch is very popular so expect a wait before you are seated.
Top 5 Easter Brunch Restaurants in Las Vegas: Hotel Buffets
You’re in Vegas, so you might as well enjoy Easter Brunch at a buffet. Although most hotels offer a champagne brunch on Sundays, there are a few that do provide a swankier ambience to make Easter feel more like a special occasion. That also means a heftier price tag, but the quality of the food and service make it worthwhile.
Two of my favorite “fancy” brunch places are at the Green Valley Ranch and Wynn Hotels. The Feast Buffet at Green Valley Ranch offers six live-cooking stations and as well as international specialties from Italy, China, Mongolia, American, and Mexico. Sunday Brunch is served from 8:00am to 3:30pm at $20.99 per person.
The Wynn definitely boasts the most opulent décor for any buffet that I’ve ever seen. An atrium provides natural lighting and for some reason you feel like you’re in a fine dining establishment instead of a buffet. Declared the best buffet in Las Vegas for 2009 by the Las Vegas Review Journal, the Wynn buffet offers sixteen live cooking stations and a wide variety of dishes from around the world. Their Sunday Champagne Brunch runs from 8:00am to 3:30pm and is $36.99 per person plus tax.
Please note that if you choose to have Easter brunch at any hotel buffet, wait times can be up to two hours long because reservations are not accepted. So tag-team the line and drop some change in the machines while you’re waiting.
Top 5 Easter Brunch Restaurants in Las Vegas: Brio Tuscan Grille
Also located at the Town Square Shopping Center on the South end of the Strip, Brio Tuscan Grille serves the best of Italian cuisine with excellent service. My friends and I always eat on their outdoor patio, and we have yet to be disappointed by our dining experience.
Sunday Brunch menu items are available from 11:00am to 3:00pm, and include things like Frittata Al Forno and Sausage Florentine Crepes. Prices per dish range from $10 to $15. Reservations are recommended.
Top 5 Easter Brunch Restaurants in Las Vegas: Final Thoughts
With the multitude of restaurants in Las Vegas, there are many choices for Easter Brunch. Regardless of where you decide to eat, I wish everyone a safe and happy Easter.
Locations, Texas de Brazil Churrascaria
Easter Brunch, Springs Preserve
Las Vegas Sweet Tomatoes, Souplantation & Sweet Tomatoes
Henderson Sweet Tomatoes, Souplantation & Sweet Tomatoes
Feast Buffet, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Las Vegas
Casual Dining, Wynn Las Vegas
Las Vegas – Towne Square, Brio Tuscan Grille