It’s all about breakfast and brunch at these Wynn Las Vegas restaurants. Go ahead, dig in.

By Allison Mitchell


A taste of Italy awaits at Allegro, where chef Enzo Febbraro offers a brunch menu bursting with wood-fired pizzas, filling salads and sandwiches, and decadent pasta. Stop by Friday through Sunday to indulge in the Pinsa Romana pie—a Roman-style pizza topped with truffle scrambled eggs, artichoke, mascarpone and creme fraiche.(702) 700-2040


Open all day, every day, Caffè Al Teatro is a casual yet decadent spot known for its from-scratch pastries, artisanal sandwiches, bountiful salads and seasonal soups. Visit before 11 a.m. to try an Everything croissant Danish with ricotta, smoked salmon and capers, or a sweet yogurt parfait. (702) 770-3345


Coffee fiends will love this charming cafe’s handcrafted sips featuring La Colombe Coffee Roasters. Sweeten your morning with a cinnamon roll latte and a chocolate croissant, or grab a chickpea Greek salad and a lemonade. The Espresso staff is also happy to package your meal to go for easy transport to the airport or one of Wynn’s beautiful pools. (702) 770-5300


Step inside a flower-festooned oasis at Jardin, where brunch takes place against the backdrop of a lush garden. Brunch and breakfast occur daily, from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., and feature dishes for diners of all palates. Sip a smoked bacon bloody Mary or wellness-minded green juice before enjoying Maine lobster Benedict or chocolate chip red velvet pancakes. (702) 770-5310


On Saturdays and Sundays, La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway offers chef Billy DeMarco’s signature small plates in a butler-style tray-passed format for a flat fee for adults ($54) and little ones under 12($34). Dine on the outdoor patio to enjoy short rib hash, cream cheese pancakes and bottomless mimosas as you overlook Wynn’s beautiful pools and gardens. (702) 770-7375

Lush surroundings await at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway.


A traditional dim sum breakfast can be found at Red 8 thanks to dim sum master Sandy Shi, executive chef Jingang Zhang and general manager Wayne Zhang. Available Saturdays and Sundays from 9 to11:30 a.m., the new menu invites guests to indulge in shrimp and ground pork wonton noodles, steamed barbecue pork buns and roasted duck pancakes. (702) 770-3380

Enjoy a traditional dim sum breakfast at Red 8.


Order a la carte breakfast favorites from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Terrace Pointe Café. Menu highlights include croissant French toast, churro waffles and the savory huevos rancheros skillet. There’s also the $42Power Brunch, which offers your choice of an entrée paired with fruit, coffee and fresh juice. Add an orange, cranberry or pineapple mimosa for an additional $15. Cheers! (702) 770-3360


Morning light floods the beautiful dining room at Tableau, where brunch is served from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily. Seasonal ingredients shine in dishes like the Belgian waffles topped with whipped cream and strawberries and lobster Cobb salad with buttermilk dressing. Take your good eats outdoors to sip freshly squeezed juices while taking in the pristine pool and garden views. (702) 770-3330

The beautiful dining room at Tableau.


It wouldn’t be a trip to Las Vegas without a buffet dining experience, and Wynn Las Vegas offers one of the best gourmet brunch buffets in the city. Discover 16 food kitchens designed by executive chef Craig Herber, including an eggs Benedict station, pancake station, dessert station and more. Book priority seating in advance to beat the crowds. (702) 770-3340


Tucked within the Wynn Plaza Shops, Urth Caffé serves breakfast highlighted by gluten-free, plant-based and vegetarian options until2 p.m. Order the classic Urth Laguna Breakfast featuring two eggs any style, Urth potatoes, mixed mushrooms, oven-roasted tomato, bacon, sausage and whole-wheat toast. Paninis, sweet treats, omelets and plenty of other breakfast favorites equally entice. (702) 770-7395

Make your reservation now to lock in your best brunch experience at Wynn.