9 Vegas Easter Brunch Deals You Don’t Want to Miss

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With Easter being around the corner, we thought we’d share some of the best Easter bunch deals. We know some of you make plans ahead of time, but some of us don’t. Have a great Easter weekend!

1. House of Blues Las Vegas

Take your Easter celebration to a new level at House of Blues and save your seat for the world-famouse Gospel Brunch. With two seatings at 10AM and 1PM, guests will enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet featuring chicken and waffles, omelets made to order, peel and eat shrimp on ice, scrambled eggs, buttermilk biscuits and sawmill gravy, assorted danishes, muffins croissants and so much more. Local talent will perform traditional and contemporary Gospel songs with high-energy to get the crowd on their feet and twisting their napkins around! Tickets are just $54.50 per person.

2. Buddy V’s Ristorante

It’s all in the family at Buddy V’s Family Brunch on Easter Sunday. From 10:30AM – 2:30PM, families can enjoy an elegant spread of brunch favorites for just $39.95 per person. They will also be serving bottomless libations such as sangria, mimosa, bellini, beers and wine by the glass for $14.95. Guests can also craft their own bloody mary or Caesar with unlimited refilled and a souvenir glass for $16.95.

3. Fleming’s Steakhouse

Create unforgettable Easter moments over a three-course brunch with favorites like the Brioche French Toast (full menu available.) They’ve got something for everyone, even the little ones will be delighted by the three-course children’s brunch menu. Starting at 10AM on Easter Sunday.

4. Andiron Steak & Sea

“Peep” into Andiron Steak & Sea and celebrate Easter with the entire family with a delicious Roasted Heritage Ham with grilled asparagus, truffle potatoes and apricot mustard for $25. Cure your sweet tooth with the Peep + Pastels Donut Plate for $8.

5. Honey Salt

Easter just went coastal at Honey Salt as they serve up a Lobster Benedict with butter-poached lobster, grilled asparagus, meyer lemon béarnaise sauce and English muffin for $23. A special and sweet Carrot Cake Milkshake for just $8 will also be served. Add a shot of bourbon for $4.

6. Remedy’s and Distill

Locals’ favorite neighborhood bar is cooking up a traditional feast for Easter Sunday for just $12.95 and is available from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. at all Distill and Remedy’s locations. Honey-glazed ham with homemade mashed potatoes, brown sugar and thyme-roasted carrots and a choice of soup or salad.

7. Hawthorn Grill at JW Marriott Resort & Spa

Whether for brunch or for dinner, Hawthorn Grill is celebrating Easter in a big way for the entire family with a Easter Brunch featuring an array of selections a dedicated Children’s Buffet, Easter egg hunts and appearances by the Easter Bunny. Seatings for Easter Brunch are 9:30AM, 11:30AM and 1:30AM and is $62 per adult, $28 for children five through 12. Dine for dinner and enjoy an elegantly prepared three-course menu for $60 plus tax.

8. Promenade Café in Rampart Casino at the Resort at Summerlin

Have a hearty Easter meal at Promenade Café with their three-course Easter Sunday menu that will be served from 11AM – 9PM for just $18.99.

9. Rampart Casino at the Resort at Summerlin

Save room for more as the Rampart Buffet celebrates Passover and Easter with special feasts for the whole family. Passover Buffet is available 4PM – 9PM on April 19 (featuring Seafood and Crab Legs $26.99 with Rampart Rewards, $29.99 without card) and April 20 ($21.99 with Rampart Rewards, $25.99 without card). The Easter Buffet will be offered all day from 9AM – 9PM and is $18.99 with Rampart Rewards, $21.99 without card. Children ages four-seven are half-price and three and under are free.

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