Brunch gets even boozier with shots at the Perch

Make Downtown day-drinking even more fun with the Perch’s breakfast shots.
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Las Vegas likes to get its buzz on early. Lucky for us, the Perch’s new breakfast shots make day-drinking even more fun with a fresh spin on early-bird faves. Pair a shot with the warm monkey bread smothered in butter and brown sugar, or chicken and waffles, fried to a perfect golden brown. At $5 a pop or $12 for three, these shots equal boozy-brunch heaven.

Liquid Sunshine Putting a twist on the traditional screwdriver, the Perch adds blood orange to the vodka-and-OJ classic for a sweeter, tangier punch. It’s Vitamin C on steroids.

Irish Pancakes Shoot the Jameson/butterscotch Schnapps mix, then follow it with the orange juice back. Your senses will be tricked into tasting buttery pancakes and sweet maple syrup.

Good Morning Forget black coffee and opt for this Irish coffee-inspired shot with Bailey’s and amaretto. It’s so smooth, you’ll probably need to order a second … or third.

Cinnamon Toast Crunch When creamy RumChata liqueur and spicy-hot Fireball whiskey get together, the result is like spiked cereal milk. Needless to say, we enjoyed it.

Whiskey Scramble Egg whites make this simple whiskey-and-maple syrup combo even smoother. The strip of crispy bacon is an added bonus.

The Perch Container Park, 702-553-2542. Monday-Friday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m.

Tags: Dining, Cocktails
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