Sundays get a bad rap sometimes. Sunday notes the end of the weekend, and it gets you thinking about the long work week you have ahead of you. Luckily, there is a big, sparkling bright spot on Sundays that will help get your mind of the negative: brunch! Check out the best DTLV brunch spots to visit this weekend.
Brunch is Our Bright Spot!
What’s better than brunch? It combines all the best things about breakfast, lunch, and some light drinking. You’ll be especially satisfied when you visit the best bottomless brunch Las Vegas has to offer. If you’re new to the term, we’ll break it down for you. Between 1AM and 2PM, typically on the weekends, you can enjoy a meal that acts as breakfast and lunch.
Some items on the brunch menu will include pancakes, sausage, eggs, seafood cocktails, and sandwiches. Let’s not forget the element that really puts takes brunch to the next level: drinks. During brunch, you can sip on a spicy Bloody Mary or enjoy some bubbly mimosas.
Best Sunday Brunch Spots in Downtown Las Vegas
So where can brunch lovers enjoy an amazing meal in Downtown Las Vegas? We’re glad you asked. When you are walking the streets of DTLV, make your way to Glutton Urban Neighborhood Cuisine across from Container Park. Owned and operated by chef Bradley Manchester, former Red Rock Resort chef, you can enjoy American style cuisine for lunch and dinner, and even a special menu for brunch.
Their brunch menu will include the classics such as eggs benedict and huevos rancheros but also includes some interesting items like their apple pie waffle. You can also choose a drink from their extensive beverage menu including cocktails, wines, champagne, and beers.
Another spot we rotate through our brunch spots is Eat. The brainchild of chef Natalie Young, “the breakfast and lunch joint” serves beignets, granola, steel-cut oats, and more for brunch every day of the week. The food is only the beginning.
The Eat philosophy focuses on local business, great service, fresh ingredients, and passion. Along with permanent art fixtures by local artists, Eat showcases art by a rotation of featured artists.