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Warm your mom’s heart with a fantastic Mother’s Day brunch

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Andiamo’s apple-stuffed French toast, salmon eggs Benedict and pastries.
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She carried you for nine months, yet there’s only one day to devoted to her every May. This year, we’re taking the guesswork out of your planning, so you can treat Mom with just a simple reservation.

Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse at the D (702-388-2400) will host a prix-fixe brunch complete with bottomless mimosas. Andiamo serves up luxe breakfast staples like salmon Benedict and indulgent cinnamon-apple-stuffed French toast, along with wild mushroom-stuffed chicken breast, short-rib hash, shrimp cocktail, smoked salmon avocado toast and a selection of Danishes and other pastries. For $45, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better deal in town.

Scott Conant’s Masso Osteria at Red Rock Casino (702-797-7097) also rolls out its seasonal brunch menu on Mother’s Day, with selections like lemon ricotta pancakes ($15), kale Parmesan salad ($15), oysters on the half shell ($15 for six or $28 for a dozen) and lots more—plus bottomless bloodies, Bellinis or mimosas for $25 more per person.

Top of the World Restaurant (702-380-7777) inside the newly rebranded Strat (formerly the Stratosphere) hosts its Mother’s Day brunch in its famous 360-degree rotating dining room on the 106th floor. For $68 ($38 for kids 10 and under), guests can enjoy a vast array of breakfast and lunch items, including grilled salmon, lemon ricotta and raspberry crepes, pancake soufflé and crab cake Benedicts.

The SLS’ acclaimed Mediterranean restaurant, Cleo (702-761-7612), will offer a brunch buffet accompanied by live jazz music from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $55 a person ($10 for kids ages 3-10). The meal includes bottomless Champagne, mimosas and Bloody Marys, chilled shellfish, a carving station and more.

And led by executive chef Gina Marinelli, Town Square’s La Strega (702-722-2099), is running a farm-to-table brunch promotion with creative dishes like Eggs in Purgatory in Calabrian pomodoro sauce ($16) and Panettone French Toast ($16).

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