Spending Easter in Las Vegas doesn't mean you're limited to flashing lights, blackjack and hotel clusters. Las Vegas restaurants offer breakfast, brunch, and dinner options to optimize your Vegas Easter experience. And even though candy-filled eggs and bunny rabbits aren't on the menu, spring time is still turning up in the city of lights. So spend a little time playing the poker tables and treat yourself to a little Easter brunch.
The Eiffel Tower restaurant is celebrating Easter Paris style. Dine atop the Eiffel Tower as you gaze down at the Las Vegas strip. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant will be serving Easter brunch April 23rd from 11 am to 2 pm. Named Best American Chef: Midwes, and Bon Apetit's Chef of the Year, Chef Joho will be creating some special Easter dishes to add to the lunch menu for that Sunday. The dishes will range in price between $15-$30 a plate, and features French toast, Caramelized Banana, Toasted Pecan, Poached Egg Cheese Souffle, and Petite Frisee with Parmesan Cheese. Sound too sophisticated for a younger guest's taste buds? Not to worry, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant has arranged a special guest appearance by the Easter Bunny himself, special Easter egg prizes, and face paintings by the resident artist face painter.
Famous for its wine tower and Wine Angels who repel from the massive tower of wine Aureole’s at the Mandalay Bay is giving you another reason to make your Good Friday even better. Aureole's Easter Weekend Menu offers a first, second, third and main course meal not to mention a Honey Carrot Cake dessert with tangerine-scented creme caramel and honeycomb brittle ice cream. The main dining room is priced at $85 per person; the Swan Court offers the same fine dining with an outdoor experience priced at $95 a person. Wine pairing is also available for an additional $65 a person. From the first course Ahi Tuna Salad Nicoise to the Main course Duo of Early Spring Lamb, Aureole's Easter Weekend Menu may surprise you. Stop by Friday April 22 to Sunday, April 24 for dinner served 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm or check out their menu HERE.
Looking for something a little more fun and casual for your Easter Sunday? Hash House A GO GO at the Imperial Palace and Casino prides itself on fresh agriculture, live stock, and old recipes with a twist is open for Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner. Hash House will be serving up twisted farm food for lunch from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm. And with a promising Brunch Menu Hash House A GO GO offers House Hashes, Flapjacks and Waffles, Famous One Pound Stuffed Burgers, Farm Benedicts, and even The Basic: Two egg breakfast any style, potatoes, fruit and biscuit (add bacon, sausage or ham). They also offer some great vegetarian options with brunch menu salads. To see the rest of their menu and some Indiana Favorites.
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