Best Hangover Cures in Las Vegas

We know there’s one true way to prevent a hangover and that’s not to partake. However, if you plan on having a few cocktails or indulging in a beer or two, it helps to have a plan for the morning after. Lucky for you, Las Vegas is a great place to nurse a hangover.

Leave it to the Pros

REVIV at MGM

Sometimes it is best to let the experts take over. If you are in need of some serious support after a night of indulging, head over to REVIV at the MGM Grand. REVIV is the only IV drip spa in Las Vegas and IV therapies can help you recover from dehydration, hangovers, general illness, and exhaustion.

REVIV is open from 9 am to 10 pm every day. Appointments are preferred of course, but they do welcome walk-ins as well. You can find REVIV just outside out MGM Grand Station. We’re sure you’ll be grateful for the ride (and short walk).

Brunch Accordingly

Brunch is always a good idea, especially in a city that takes dining experiences as seriously as Las Vegas. There’s a brunch restaurant for everyone in Vegas and it’s a great way to transition from difficult morning to enjoyable afternoon!

Giada

Giada at The Cromwell is always a solid pick for any meal, but Giada’s brunch is truly something special. The restaurant offers their bunch menu from Friday to Sunday. They have also introduced a bunch tasting menu which features pastries and dessert so there’s no need to pick just one thing!

We love the fresh pressed juice on the brunch menu, especially if you’re not feeling 100%.

Try the P.A.L.M which has pineapple, apple, lemon and mint or the Rise & Shine with spinach, carrots, apples, celery, lemon and ginger. Ginger and mint are great for settling stomachs and no one can wrong with an extra dose of fruits and veggies.

Mon Ami Gabi

Head over to Paris Las Vegas to enjoy brunch at one of our favorite dining establishments. Mon Ami Gabi combines phenomenal food with an irresistible atmosphere. Their brunch is offered Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 3 pm. We especially love their bright and charming patio and atrium when the weather is good.

Try their bananas foster waffles or benedicts. Looking for comfort food? Their perfectly thin and crispy french fries are a perfectly welcome addition to any menu item.

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Sterling Brunch at Bally’s

If you or your group is really serious about brunch, especially the buffet variety, then Bally’s Sterling Brunch needs to be part of your next itinerary.

The price may seem a little steep at first, but keep in mind that it includes all-you-can-drink Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne. Enjoy Alaskan king crab legs, lamb, lobster tails, prime rib, sushi, and fresh-shucked oysters. Or order lobster bisque, Caesar salad, eggs Benedict, Belgian waffles and BLT Steak’s famed chopped vegetable salad from your server.

You can enjoy the Sterling Brunch on Sundays between 9:30 am and 2:30 pm.

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Eggslut at The Cosmopolitan

Need to catch a flight? There may not be time for an indulgent brunch, but there’s always time for a breakfast sandwich and the best one in Las Vegas come from Eggslut at The Cosmopolitan.

You can never go wrong with the Bacon, Egg & Cheese Sandwich which helps cure any hangover with bacon, an over-medium egg, cheddar cheese, chipotle ketchup, and a warm brioche bun.

Try a Bloody Mary

Don’t forget about one of the most classic hangover remedies, the Bloody Mary. The Bloody Mary was first concocted by Fernand “Pete” Petiot in the early 1920s at Harry’s New York Bar in Paris. After prohibition, the drink found it’s way to New York and the rest is history.

Guy Fireri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar

The history and legends around the Bloody Mary are pretty big, but the Bloody Marys that call Vegas home are even bigger. One of our favorites can be found at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino. This bloody mary is part if the aptly called the Hangover Recovery Bloody Mary menu.

HEXX Kitchen + Bar at Paris Las Vegas

Head over to HEXX Kitchen + Bar at Paris Las Vegas for another major Bloody Mary menu. HEXX offers several different bloody marys including their famous Colossal bloody mary which is served in a pitcher. Inside you’ll find basil-infused vodka which gives it a fresh kick. It’s garnished with jumbo shrimp, Alaskan king crab leg, bacon, beef stick, peppers, and pickled vegetables.

Looking for more of a veggie boost? Try the Alexxa’s Green Thumb with its cucumber infused vodka, carrot juice, house-made mary mix, sweet celery foam, red and green pepper, and a black sea salt rim.

Bottomless Mimosas

A Vegas brunch is the perfect excuse to enjoy a little bubbly and what better way to cure a hangover than with bottomless mimosas. If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em, right?

Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza

For just $22, enjoy bottomless mimosas at Flour & Barley at the LINQ Promenade. Flour & Barley offers their bottomless mimosas on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 2 pm.

Still thinking about bloody marys? They also offer a bottomless bloody mary option. Pair your bottomless beverages with the Pizza French Toast–a combination of honey ricotta, cream cheese, maple syrup, berries, & powdered sugar– and you’ll be ready to take on another day in Las Vegas in no time.

HEXX Kitchen + Bar

Head back over to HEXX for $23 bottomless mimosas for two hours, any day of the week. This sweet deal starts at 6 am and continues until 2 pm. It’s perfect for those of you who may have a red eye or early flight into Vegas and want to start off on the right foot or if you’re looking to end your Vegas getaway with some self-soothing mimosas.

Relax & Rehydrate at the Spa

Sometimes there’s nothing to be done for a hangover but to rehydrate and wait. There’s really no better place to do this than at the spa. While you might head in feeling terrible, you’ll leave feeling refresh and relaxed.

Even if you’re not looking for a specific treatment, many of the spas in Las Vegas offer day passes that allow you to enjoy the amenities.

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel and Casino

Qua Baths & Spa is one of our favorite spas in Las Vegas. Their amenities are unparalleled and the environment is calm, relaxing and downright palatial. Qua’s facilities include heated tubs, a cool plunge pool, an herbal steam room, a sauna, and Vegas’ only snow room.

There’s also a tea lounge with snacks and beverages to help you recover and rehydrate. Spend a few hours at Qua Baths & Spa and you’ll end up feeling totally restored and ready for your next Vegas adventure.

Canyon Ranch SpaClub at Venetian

At the Venetian, you’ll find Canyon Ranch SpaClub, a wellness center that focuses both on spa treatments and other wellness-centered options. Take a few hours to explore over 134,000 square feet of rejuvenating options including acupuncture, reiki, and reflexology.

You will also find Aquavana featuring a Crystal Steam Room, multisensory cooling showers, a Finnish Sauna, Herbal Laconium, a Hydro Spa, three Arctic Mist experiences, and a relaxation room. Take advantage of all these options with one of their day passes.

Spa at the LINQ

Finally, we love the Spa at the LINQ for its Himalayan salt therapy cave. Naturally occurring salt caves have been used for centuries to help with congestion, asthma and other sinus condition. The negatively charged ions in salt improve our health and mood, making it a perfect place to relax and recover from a night in Las Vegas.

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Las Vegas Hangover Cures

While there’s no true cure for a hangover, Las Vegas has plenty of ways to make your morning much more enjoyable. What about you? Do you have a tried and true solution for overindulging? Where do you head in Vegas for some relaxation and rehydration?

 

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