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A local brunch with a heavy-hitting scene at Andiron

It’s just the right mix of big Vegas fun and local charm.
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The Las Vegas brunch scene has exploded in recent years, a fantastic galaxy of mimosa-fueled fun. But there are still only a few Vegas brunches that really have their own scene, that feel like the weekend place to be—especially off the Strip.

That’s where Andiron comes in. If you think of the master-planned community of Summerlin as sleepy, wake up to something new and different on Sundays when this swanky, Hamptons-esque steak and seafood spot transforms into a bustling brunch extravaganza. You’ll be greeted by a DJ spinning nostalgic pop and dance tracks from a booth beside the whimsical candy table, which you can revisit for a sweet treat any time during your brunch adventure. Take advantage of the roving Champagne cart or build-your-own bloody bar to complement your tasty plates of doughnut holes, lobster rolls, braised beef shortrib hash and caramel-custard French toast with pomegranate syrup and almond brittle.

As great as the food and drinks are, Andiron brunch’s best ingredients are its people. Local hospitality pros of every stripe are flocking to this relaxed spot on Sundays, having finally found just the right mix of big Vegas fun and friendly, local charm. What are you waiting for? Sunday Brunch at Andiron Steak & Sea at Downtown Summerlin, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 702-685-2002.

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