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Bardot brunch is one of the Strip’s most singular meals

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Bardot’s croque madame and la boulangerie.

Brunch on the Las Vegas Strip has evolved into something of a party. Restaurants bring in DJs. Mimosas and Bloody Marys are served from roving carts or in all-you-can-drink formats. The food is fantastic, but the focus has drifted to the all-around experience.

Not the case at Bardot Brasserie. You can still party, still catch the Champagne cart, still drink your Bloody—a fantastic, fresh version—or even opt for bottomless rosé, a refreshing touch. But the focus is always on food at Bardot, and the brunch results are astounding.

Beginning with la boulangerie—an assortment of the finest breads, croissants and danishes—is a must, then you’ll segue into a classic croque madame topped with Gruyère fondue, or perhaps the hearty hunter’s waffle with glazed duck confit, poached eggs and sauce maltaise. Bardot’s version of French toast uses a mountain of fluffy brioche with vanilla mascarpone, almond brittle and orgeat syrup, a midmorning delight with over-the-top richness.

We’re all for brunch getting more fun. This is where fun gets refined. Brunch at Bardot Brasserie at Aria, 877-230-2742, Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m-2 p.m.

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Brock Radke has been writing about Las Vegas for almost two decades. He currently serves as editor-at-large covering entertainment and ...

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