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5 Places to Take Your Valentine to Brunch

By February 11, 2022Insurance

Valentine’s Day is only a few days away! Have you made plans yet? If not, you’re in luck. We’re giving our top 5 recommendations for Valentine’s brunch for you and your sweetheart. Whether you like low-key and casual or modern and upscale, we’ve got a place for you.

  1. Eat. Located in Downtown Las Vegas, Eat is sure to satisfy your appetite. Recently, it’s been nicknamed “Downtown’s New Comfort-Cuisine Queen.” Classic brunch options are beautifully plated and gourmet. Chef Natalie Young, who was voted “Readers’ Choice- Best Local Chef” by 2021 Best of Vegas, created the menu. If you’re looking for a restaurant with an artsy vibe that is locally owned, Eat is a solid choice. Eat is only open Thursday-Monday from 8 AM to 2 PM.
  2. Honey Salt. With a beautiful, chic dining area in Summerlin, Honey Salt is another delicious option to take your significant other to brunch. They have traditional breakfast options with a twist, including strawberry shortcake French toast, monkey bread, and honey salt benedict. If you’re feeling less breakfasty and more in the mood for lunch, their menu includes salads, sandwiches, burgers, pizza, and soups. Basically, there’s an option for everyone!
  3. Hash House A Go-Go. All the sweet and savory brunch options are served at one fun location at the Linq. The menu is Midwest-inspired. Come hungry because the plates are huge and include multiple sides! lnstead of ordinary flapjacks and waffles, you can order blueberry lemon glazed waffles, churro waffles, Snickers flapjacks, bacon waffles, and the list goes on. In addition, biscuits, sausage, and fried chicken are incorporated into several creative dishes, satisfying all the meat-lovers out there. If you and your valentine want brunch to be a unique adventure, consider Hash House A Go Go.
  4. Makers & Finders. Do you and your lover enjoy Latin food and coffee? If the answer is yes, Makers & Finders coffee is the way to go. Positive affirmations and unique murals cover the walls, giving this restaurant a colorful environment for Vegas locals. Makers & Finders offers brunch packages for 2, which is perfect if you want to try multiple dishes. They have 3 locations to choose from: the Arts District, Downtown Summerlin, and a brand new location at Area15. Browse the specialty latte menu, and you just might find a new favorite coffee combo.
  5. EggWorks. This diner has been around since 1988 (originally known as The Egg & I) and serves just about every American breakfast dish you could think of. The menu is extensive, and you can adapt entrees for a healthier version if you’d like. EggWorks provides you with more of a homey, casual dining experience. They have 7 locations in Las Vegas, so there’s likely a location not too far from you. If you’d prefer to have a romantic brunch at home rather than go out, EggWorks can be delivered via DoorDash.

What other Vegas restaurants do you love going to for brunch? DM us on Instagram, TikTok, or Facebook @wpinsure with your suggestions. We hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

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