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When Breakfast or Lunch Are Not an Option

Written By: Lyndsay Marvin Brunch Downtown Las Vegas

There’s nothing better than brunch. It’s a bit of breakfast, a bit of lunch and a whole lot of mimosas and bloody marys. It’s often spent with friends or family, especially after a night out. Downtown Las Vegas has several brunch spots with appetizing menus, prepared to fill you up and get you ready for your weekend!

Brunch Downtown Las Vegas

Brunch to the Beat

Freedom Beat

Freedom Beat, located inside Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino, is the epitome of the American brunch, complete with live performances. Get stuffed with their California Omelet, a three egg omelet with spinach and artichokes in a light cream sauce and parmesan served with their famous potatoes, or the Chicken & Waffles “Our Way,” which is candied sugar, topped with crispy tender fried chicken, maple butter, spicy ale and maple sauce. For something lighter, opt for the Avocado Toast, served with avocado and chard rainbow tomatoes.

Native Knowledge: Freedom Beat offers an All You Can Eat brunch for $20, plus bottomless mimosas or bottomless well bloody marys for $10.

Freedom Beat
Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino
206 North 3rd St
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702.719.5315

 

Pizza for Breakfast

Pizza Rock

Pizza Rock offers an Acoustic Sunday Brunch, every Sunday from 11a.m. to 3 p.m; the perfect time for those not-so-early risers (or those up-all-nighters). Known for their award-winning pizza, of course there’s a fantastic breakfast pizza on the menu: the Double Sausage and Eggs. Not in the mood for pizza? Try the French Toast Ambrosia, which is sure to make your mouth drool with Focaccia bread, Fuji apples, market berries, candied walnuts, brown sugar, cinnamon, caramel drizzle and whipped cream.

Native Knowledge: Pizza Rock offers $10 bottomless mimosas or bottomless house-made sangrias.

Pizza Rock
201 North Third St
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702.385.0838

A Butter Brunch

Park on Fremont

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Park on Fremont is a quaint restaurant with an enticing brunch and beautiful garden. Surprise your taste buds with the Ham and Swiss Monte Cristo: French toast stuffed with Black Forest ham, smoked turkey breast, and melted Swiss cheese, dusted in powdered sugar. For more lunch-oriented enthusiasts, the Garbage Fries are on point.

Native Knowledge: Brunching at Park on Fremont with friends? Try the Giant Mule, a drink that serves 4-6 people.

Park on Fremont
506 Fremont St
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702.834.3160

 

Eggcelent Eats

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A spot that’s open only for brunch is sure to have amazing dishes and drinks, and that spot is eat. A crowd favorite is the Huevos Motulenos, consisting of two eggs over-easy, with red and green New Mexican chiles, black beans, peas, pico, feta and sauteed bananas on a corn tortilla. The brunch menu has a good amount of a la carte options, plus delightful beverages, such as local Mothership Roastworks fresh-brewed coffee and fresh-brewed passion fruit iced tea.

Native Knowledge: eat. showcases local art, features fixtures by local artists and hosts live singers and bands.

eat.
707 Carson St
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702.534.1515

 

The Bacon To My Eggs

Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar

If it’s a great view with even better brunch, Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar is the place to be. Spend time with your other BAE, a dish with two eggs any way, O’Brien potatoes, toast and your choice of bacon or chorizo. Chicken and Waffle Sliders are always a solid choice, topped with panko-fried chicken, strawberries, apple, caramel hot sauce and whipped cream.

Native Knowledge: Bottomless drinks are $16, and includes mimosas, bloody marys, bellinis and house wine.

Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar

Downtown Container Park
707 Fremont St
Las Vegas, NV 89101
702.553.2542

 

Brunch With a Blast

The Kitchen at Atomic

The newest brunch spot on this list is The Kitchen at Atomic, which offers not only regular brunch dishes, but also “Seafood Shenanigans.” You can’t go wrong with the shrimp cocktail, served with roasted pepper cocktail sauce. The top-selling item is the Higuera St. Breakfast Burrito, stuffed with scrambled egg, cheese, tri-tip, salsa, potato and sour cream.

Native Knowledge: The Kitchen at Atomic sits on the property of Atomic Liquors, the oldest free-standing bar in Las Vegas.

The Kitchen at Atomic
917 Fremont St
Las Vegas, NV, 89101
702.982.3000