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My favorite place for brunch in Las Vegas is the Fountains Brunch at Jasmine at Bellagio.
For years the gold standard for Las Vegas Sunday Brunch has been the Sterling Buffet at Bally’s, over the top even by Las Vegas standards, with champagne flowing so fast you might have to beg off and even a caviar station. But the sharks have been circling and competition is fierce. The most intimate yet delicious is Jasmine at the Bellagio, a hidden gem. Jasmine is normally a fine dining Chinese restaurant but its Sunday Fountains Brunch is multi-cultural, with all the usual omelet and carving stations, lox and other smoked fish and meats, plus sushi and tons of dim sum, the best of all worlds. It’s a small, beautiful room overlooking the hotel’s fountain show. Besides Bally’s, the other top buffet choice is the massively revamped Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars which lives up to its billing with more than 500 choices, including many cooked by chefs before your eyes, and an extensive series of international stations including Mexican (they hand make the tortillas as you watch), Italian (made to order pastas), Chinese barbecue, separate dim sum area, sushi, raw bar and so on. They even cook soufflés to order. For a less expensive, more traditional sit down breakfast-style option, it is very hard to beat Hash House A Go Go in The Quad casino hotel, perennially voted the city’s favorite breakfast spot for its signature hashes and other farm fresh dishes.