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Weekend Ready: Vegas’ Best Boozy Brunches

August 7, 2015
Written by: Yasha Wallin
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Let’s be honest—it’s never too early to start drinking in Vegas. After all, what goes better with bacon than a Bloody Mary? Sin City has its fair share of 24-hour restaurants, brunch spots, and even bowling alleys serving up booze for breakfast. Here, we’ve rounded up the best places to get a head start on tomorrow’s hangover—with a side of eggs.

Northside Café
Whether you’re in the mood for street tacos or strawberry waffles to pair with your “hair of the dog” of choice, Northside Café has you covered. Styled after old school Vegas diners, the vibe here is casual yet classy. Serving breakfast 24 hours a day, you can even eat your boozy brunch for dinner.


Foxtail Pool
There are no rules when it comes to brunch. So pull up a lounge chair and have yours poolside at Foxtail Pool Club. With pool party season officially in full swing, feast on a little light fare and bottle service to boot. Plus if you book a stay at SLS Las Vegas for two nights you’ll get a $100 Beverage Credit here, upping the brunch ante.


Umami Burger Beer Garden & Sports Book
Maple bacon fries, any one of Umami’s signature burgers, and craft beer is the perfect way to start the day in Sin City. Through 9/18 you’ll also get a taste of San Francisco with the city’s best beers like Prohibition Ale and Metropolis Lager, taking over the taps. Pull up a seat in the outdoor beer garden overlooking The Strip, and sample them all.


Hash House A Go Go
Hash House A Go Go, located inside of The Quad Resort & Casino boasts huge portions, affordable prices and, a seemingly endless cocktail menu. Delicious items such as brown sugar banana pancakes, corn beef hash, and an endless variety of scrambles all await you.


MTO Cafe
With bottomless Bloody Mary’s and mimosas available all day, we’ll never leave. Either go great with their hearty chicken and waffles or the lemon poppyseed pancakes.


Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn Bowl’s brunch—every Saturday and Sunday from 12 – 4 p.m.—offers items like “The Jim Morrison,” a 10-inch pancake with fried chicken; or challah French toast. Add a bit more decadence to the menu with a Bourbon milkshake, then work it all off with a couple of rounds of bowling.