The 10 Best Brunch Places in Nevada!
Between casino-going, nature-seeing, and all-around-good-timing, you likely won’t be up in time for breakfast the Sunday of a visit to Nevada. Don’t fret: Nevada is home to some of the most incredible brunch options around. Below, find 10 of the top spots for brunch throughout the state!
Hash Hash a Go Go might be familiar to readers in and out of Nevada, with 10 locations across the country, three in Vegas, one in Reno, and one in Henderson, Nevada. They call their cuisine “twisted farm food. Brunch items include a variety of house hashes, tossed with crispy potatoes and topped with eggs, farm scrambles, and much more.
Recently, BJ’s was featured as one of the 10 best French fry spots in Nevada, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t also include it as one of our 10 best brunch places. Daily brunch is available from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. and includes freshly-baked cinnamon roll, rib eye steak, and eggs, the “Trough” (three farm-fresh scrambled eggs, diced ham, bacon, sausage, onion, peppers, cheese, topped with a buttermilk biscuit and smothered in country gravy), among others.
DW Bistro in Las Vegas, Nevada, offers delicious Caribbean food. Spice up your brunch with Caribbean flavors. Choose the jerk fried chicken and waffles, chilaquiles, jerk pork hash, and more.
Squeeze In is a regional chain with multiple locations across California and Nevada. Nevada locations include two spots in Reno, two in Las Vegas, and one in Sparks. They proclaim to have the best omelets on the planet and offer a guarantee that you’ll love their food or its free. Squeeze In has been featured on the Food Network and has a huge menu of brunch options.
Red Hut Café is another regional chain with locations in Stateline, Reno, and Carson City, Nevada. Since 1959, they’ve served breakfast and lunch options all day, including all the classics one might expect from a brunch menu. Make sure to check out their specials, too.
Rachel’s Kitchen is known for serving healthy breakfast options all day long (well into brunch time). They have eight locations across the state, including six Las Vegas locations and two Henderson locations. They have been voted “Best of Las Vegas” multiple years in a row.
Sid’s Restaurant offers Mexican-inspired breakfast all day long. Try their huevos rancheros, Sid’s burrito, skillets, or any of their breakfast classics. Late risers will love their ample lunch options, too.
Café Del Rio in Virginia City, Nevada, has brunch every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They specialize in Tex-Mex cuisine, and offer dishes such as the red chili hash (spicy shredded beef with diced onions and potatoes topped with porched eggs and hollandaise with warm tortillas), breakfast quesadillas, and more.
Peg’s Glorified Ham N Eggs has five locations in Reno. They’ve been voted “Best Breakfast in America” by Esquire Magazine and offer it from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Their “Glorified Skillets” are served with golden hash browns, pico de gallo, cabbage slaw, fresh pinto beans and warm tortillas. Choose from traditional brunch options or branch out with Hawaiian-inspired cuisine.
Café at Adele’s has been in business since 1977, and was recently awarded the Diner’s Choice Award by Open Table. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and include a variety of farm to table options with a listing of every supported local farm on the front page of the menu.