Brunch: a simple word that combines breakfast and lunch, yet it is also a complex word that evokes images of delicious mouthwatering and craveable foods. Just think of all of the delicious breakfast and lunch combinations you can, and then multiply by ten thousand and you have the amazing multitude of delectable dishes you can enjoy at these Nevada Sunday brunch hot spots. Seriously, folks, you must try these eight Nevada eateries for a truly scrumptious Sunday brunch.
1. The Kitchen Table, 1716 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway, Henderson
Surprisingly, the top spot in this Nevada Sunday brunch spectacular isn't occupied by a buffet. The Kitchen Table is the brainchild of Chef Javier Chavez whose French techniques and Latin flavor profiles have made this eatery among the best in the entire state.
Everyday is Sunday brunch-worthy at this fantastic restaurant that features menu items like the peaches and cream pancakes, breakfast taquitos and chilaquiles, croque madam, smoked salmon and broccoli tort, pork belly Benedict, french toasts, crepes, and many foie gras items. Seriously, you won't be able to make up your mind.
2. Buddy V's Ristorante, 3327 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas
Located inside the Venetian, the Cake Boss' restaurant earns high Sunday brunch marks for a number of reasons.
In addition to the delicious food (yes, folks, as you would expect in Nevada, 'tis a buffet) such as seafood, fine meats including maple ham and slab bacon, an omelet bar, traditional breakfast fare, charcuterie and cheeses, and, of course, scrumptious desserts, what makes this Sunday brunch a standout is its interactive, kid-friendly set-up. In fact, this Sunday brunch earned the top spot at the Silver State Culinary Awards. Bravissimo.!
3. Sterling's Seafood Steakhouse, 407 N. Virginia Street, Reno
Located inside the Silver Legacy Resort & Casino, while this restaurant gets rave reviews all the time, its Sunday brunch is truly spectacular.
This delectable all-you-can-eat buffet is loaded with everything from traditional breakfast foods to seafood (including crab legs and oysters on the half shell) to filet mignon to scrumptious desserts and beyond. This is one Sunday brunch not to be missed!
4. Biscotti's, 2707 S. Virginia Street, Reno
This amazing eatery is inside of the Peppermill Reno and is Sterling's top rival.
With king crab legs and other seafood selections, rack of lamb, prime rib, a variety of delicious sides, and traditional breakfast fare, this Sunday brunch buffet is another must-try in Nevada.
5. Bleu Cafe, 240 E. Winnie Lane, Carson City
This delightful cafe creates fresh, homemade food daily, and you can definitely taste it in all of their savory and sweet dishes.
Bleu Cafe's breakfast/brunch menu is, indeed, spectacular. From a wide variety of beignets, blintzes, Benedicts, French toasts, pancakes, crepes, quiche, tartines, croissants, and egg dishes, you'll definitely want to return often for its amazing food.
6. Michoacan Gourmet Mexican Restaurant, 7870 W. Tropical Parkway, Las Vegas
Hands down, Michoacan is the best Mexican Sunday brunch buffet in Las Vegas.
Choose from an assortment of yummy items like huevos rancheros, carne asada mole, fajitas, shrimp ceviche, Mexican rice and refried beans, chicken quesadillas, and beef taquitos. Add to that unlimited juice, coffee, soft drinks, and horchata, as well as salad, desserts, and fruit and you have a spectacular Sunday brunch you must try.
7. Villa Basque Cafe, 730 Basque Way, Carson City
This gem has among the very best Basque food in the state including owner Pete's famous chorizo.
The Basque omelet (pictured) is a crowd favorite stuffed with Pete's famous chorizo and topped with an incredible red sauce (shhhh, it's a secret recipe!) Biscuits, gravy, breakfast burritos, a variety of egg dishes, and so many other Spanish-influenced options make Villa Basque Cafe a no-brainer choice for a delicious Sunday--or any day--brunch.
8. Sierra Cafe, 111 Country Club Drive, Incline Village
Located at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Sierra Cafe's Sunday brunch buffet is an excellent choice.
Delicious traditional brunch favorites, excellent service, and spectacular views make this eatery a prime Sunday buffet spot.
Have you tried any of these amazing Nevada Sunday brunches? Did I leave your favorite off the list? Please comment below.
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