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Morning After

By Allison Duck

In Las Vegas, brunch is an essential meal, especially after a night out on the town. So when it’s time to refuel, a variety of options await.

PRONTO by Giada, Caesars Palace

Vegas vacations aren’t limited to just the weekends and now neither is the brunch buffet at Pronto by Giada. Dine on De Laurentiis’ brunch favorites seven days a week including her addictive lemon ricotta cookies; an unlimited, full-service omelet station with cacciatore turkey breast and Tuscan seasoned beef tenderloin; chilled shrimp cocktail and smoked salmon. Don’t forget to raise a glass at this Caesars Palace fast-casual joint and toast the day with Giada’s signature frosé.

The Book Club tasting menu at GIADA

Another De Laurentiis restaurant is bringing her best cookbook recipes to life. Giada’s Book Club Brunch, at GIADA inside The Cromwell, features an interactive tasting menu with tableside presentations creating a unique and personal dining experience. To start the meal, servers prepare your choice of either the endive, pancetta & tomato salad or a shaker salad tableside. Entrée choices include eggs cacio e pepe, chicken milanese or spaghetti with clams, while an extra fee allows guests to add a family-style option, a creamy polenta board with lamb bolognese topped with parmesan. Diners end the meal with a selection from a rolling dessert cart.

Chicken and waffles at Bacchanal Buffet. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace

Bacchanal literally means “an occasion of wild revelry,” which any good Vegas brunch should be. Grab a bottomless mimosa and make your way through chicken and waffles, made-to-order crepes, pasta, pizza and more. Save room for the red velvet waffles.

Many of the options at Sterling Brunch. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Sterling Brunch, Bally’s Las Vegas

If you’re looking for a classy brunch option, Sterling Brunch is a must. Tuxedo-clad servers pour bottomless G.H. Mumm Champagne as you dine on splurge-worthy dishes like caviar, lobster tails, Alaskan king crab legs and lobster bisque, plus breakfast faves like eggs Benedict and custom omelets.

Guy Fieri’s Hangover Recovery Bloody Mary. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, The LINQ Hotel + Experience

Guy Fieri takes guests on an individualized trip to Flavortown via customizable Bloody Marys on his Hangover Recovery Bloody Mary menu. Choose from vodka, gin or tequila and add garnishes like pickles, peppers, spicy olives, shrimp and candied bacon for a drink that eats like a meal.

Lobster Eggs Benedict at Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant, Paris Las Vegas

The Eiffel Tower Restaurant has a view that matches the caliber of the cuisine. Your taste buds will say, “ooh la la” to a high-end French feast including classic escargots, foie gras torchon, lobster Benedict and crème brûlée French toast, plus Ulti-Mosas flavored with fresh fruit.

Mon Ami Gabi, Paris Las Vegas

For classic French bistro fare, look no further than Mon Ami Gabi. Take in Strip views from the patio while sampling a savory croque madame, steak frites or your choice of crêpes.

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