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Top Boozy Brunches In Las Vegas

April 10, 2014 6:00 AM

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Afternoon brunch is the perfect way to enjoy spring weather in Las Vegas. Even though the flexibility of the liquor laws in Nevada make it possible to a get a cocktail almost anywhere, there are some great local restaurants that have perfected the art of brunch. From mimosas and bloody marys to fried chicken and waffles, these local restaurants will quench your thirst for a boozy brunch.
DW Bistro
6115 S. Fort Apache Road, Suite 112
Las Vegas, NV 89148
(702) 527-5200
www.dwbistro.com

This quaint bistro in southwest Las Vegas serves up a lively lunch and an even livelier brunch. DW Bistro’s menu includes items with Jamaican and New Mexican influences. Try the savory jerk fried chicken and waffles, the New Mexican-style slow-cooked pork omelet or for something sweet, the DW chocolate chip pancakes. Choose a cocktail from the extensive wine and cocktail menu or try the bottomless mimosas for just $20. Make sure you get there early though because there’s always a crowd for Sunday brunch. 

Poppy Den Asian Bistro
440 S. Rampart Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89145
(702) 907-5227
www.vegaspoppyden.com

Poppy Den Asian Bistro by Chef Angelo Sosa is located inside Tivoli Village in Summerlin. The drinks will be flowing at the ‘Bubbly Brunch’ every weekend from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.. The menu includes western-inspired dishes like salt and pepper grilled steak and eggs, brioche French toast with roasted bananas and classic favorites like eggs Benedict. Guests can enjoy bottomless mimosas, bloody marys and bellinis for just $18 per person. A different fruit bellini will be featured each week including peach, strawberry and passion fruit.

Marché Bacchus French Bistro
2620 Regatta Drive, Suite 106
Las Vegas, NV 89128
(702) 804-8008
www.marchebacchus.com

Marché Bacchus is a French restaurant and wine bar situated lakefront in the west Las Vegas community of Desert Shores. The brunch menu, crafted by Master Chef Alex Stratta and Executive Chef Dave Middleton, includes specialties like croque madame, Lyonnaise salad and buckwheat crepes with roasted chicken, wild mushrooms and thyme cream sauce. Guests can add a bottle of wine from the neighboring wine shop, where no bottle costs are more than $10 over retail. 

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Wicked Spoon Buffet
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 698-7000
www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

The Wicked Spoon is a hidden gem on the second floor of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. All of the menu items are presented in small dishes and include cuisine from around the world. The buffet includes multiple hot food bars, cold salads and a substantial dessert bar. The brunch price is $26 per person on weekdays and $34 on weekends (holidays may be higher). For an additional $10, diners can get bottomless champagne, bloody marys or mimosas.

Park On Fremont
506 Fremont St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 834-3160
www.parkonfremont.com

Park on Fremont in the revitalized Fremont East District of Downtown Las Vegas holds an “Orange Juice Blues” brunch every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Guests can enjoy bottomless mimosas or bellinis for $20, specialty bloody marys or the Derby Breakfast Club – a bacon-infused Old Templeton rye whiskey with bloody mary mix, hickory liquid smoke, crisp bacon and half a pickled hard-boiled egg. Food selections include a brioche egg sandwich and an egg and potato ranch skillet.

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Christa Emmer is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in broadcast journalism. She has experience as a news writer, editor and producer in television news. Christa has been a Las Vegas resident for more than 20 years. Follow her on twitter @ChristaEmmer. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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