Maybe you don’t automatically think about Easter in Las Vegas? But, perhaps Easter falls in line with your kid’s Spring Break, or you’re one of the lucky ones with an extra day off around Easter. Either way, every holiday can be improved by making a trip to Las Vegas. Three-day weekends and Las Vegas are nearly synonymous! And don’t even get us started on how much we love Spring in Las Vegas.
Easter Brunch in Las Vegas
Let’s start with one of our favorite things in Las Vegas. Why, food, of course! Easter is the perfect opportunity to check out one of the many decadent, delightful, and downright delicious brunches in Las Vegas. We’ve rounded up a few of our top picks for you!
Giada at The Cromwell
The Giada brunch menu is a dream come true with fresh-pressed juices and an array of both savory and sweet selections. The fresh pastry assortment it the perfect way to work up to entrees like Lobster Hash and Sunrise Polenta Waffle. Giada’s also offers a $55 Book Club Tasting Menu featuring favorites from Giada’s newest cookbook.
Did we mention the view? Savor your brunch as you overlook the Las Vegas Strip. With this view, you won’t miss a second of the action.
Mon Ami Gabi
Bonjour! It’s no surprise that this French bistro wows guests with their brunch? In Las Vegas, you can combine that selectable bunch with one of the most enchanting settings on the whole Las Vegas Strip. The Mon Ami Gabi weekend brunch menu is served from 11 am to 3 pm, so you can spend a few extra minutes hitting snooze.
Do yourself a favor and don’t skip the french toast. You’re at the Paris Las Vegas, after all! If you’re looking for something sparkling to complement your brunch, check out the house Brut that comes with your choice of elixirs: pineapple-nutmeg raspberry, black lime & bay leaf peach & sweet vermouth.
Sadelle’s at The Bellagio
Our visitors who hail from the East coast may already be familiar with the original Sadelle’s in SoHo. Those of you who have not yet had the pleasure of dining at Sadelle’s should do so immediately. You can find Sadelle’s just adjacent to the Bellagio Conservatory, which means you might hope that you’ll wait for a table.
Start your brunch with the pastry cart (black & white cookies, anyone?). From there, make your way straight to bagels and lox–the crown jewel of Sadelle’s offerings.
Brunch at Bardot Brasserie is served from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and just glancing over the menu will have you salivating. The menu includes the “World’s Best Butter,” so can you even go wrong here? The sweet and savory brunch choices are well balanced with selections like a Nutella sticky bun, cold-smoked salmon, croissant benedicts, french toast, and several seafood options.
Easter Events in Las Vegas
Easter Bunny Photos at The District at Green Valley Ranch
From April 9th to April 21st, visit the Easter Bunny and take pictures at The District at Green Valley Ranch! The Easter Bunny cottage will be located in the Courtyard off Main Street from:
- April 9 – 11, from 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
- April 12 – 20, from 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
- April 21, from 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Meet the Easter Bunny at Town Square
The Easter Bunny will be visiting Town Square Las Vegas for photos on April 13-20. On April 20th, Town Square will also host an Easter Egg hunt, but don’t forget to bring your basket!
Easter Bunny hours:
- Monday – Saturday 10:00am – 7:00pm
- Sunday 12:00pm – 6:00pm
Ethel M Chocolate Spring Spectacular
Celebrate spring with Ethel M Chocolates! Activities for the whole family. Save the date for April 13th-14th and April 20th-21st.
- The Easter Bunny
- Face Painters
- Balloon Artist
- Bounce House
- Petting Zoo
Easter in Las Vegas
How are you celebrating Easter in Las Vegas this year? Are there things that always remind you of Spring? We want to know what your favorite Spring attractions are. Share your photos and ideas on social media!