It's safe to say that New Year's Eve is the busiest time of the year in Las Vegas, especially when it comes to partying. It's a night where the Bellagio alone will serve more than 900 bottles of Champagne at the stroke of midnight.There's a lot going on and you need to plan in advance to eat right and not blow it. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with all the best options for how to ring in the new year in Las Vegas.
To start you can cure that hangover on New Year’s Day with food at one of these Las Vegas restaurants. Brunch options and food paired with all the football games make the agenda.
Hawthorn Grill at the JW Marriott has a New Year’s Day brunch for $34.99 per person with herb and garlic crusted lamb rack with mint chutney, Belgian waffles, selection of cured meat, salumi, and cheeses, French almond pithiviers, and white chocolate cranberry scones from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sugar Factory American Brasserie
Sugar Factory American Brasserie at Fashion Show has a prix fixe brunch on New Year’s Day for $39.95. Diners pick one brunch dish and receive unlimited mimosas or bloody Marys.
This year, class up your New Year’s Eve with a special celebration dinner compiled by Executive Chef Geno Bernardo. That way, you can head over to JEWEL afterward and party all night long without worrying about needing munchies!
Herringbone at Aria has a Fresh Start Brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on New Year’s Day that emphasizes healthy, farm fresh ingredients.Make your reservation today and save your seat for New Year’s Eve, as we’re bound to fill up quickly.
Seatings will be available on the patio, but if you’d like to sit outside, be sure to come before 7:30 PM as we’ll have to close down the patio at 10:30 before the fireworks show.