Sterling Brunch Las Vegas
SundaysBeginning at 9 AM
For more than 30 years, the renowned Sterling Brunch at Bally's has been a go-to stop for Vegas visitors looking to splurge. Year after year, diners enjoy the endless pours of Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne—a pinnacle of the Strip's most famously indulgent brunch.
Through the transition of the space from Bally's Steakhouse to BLT Steak, this beloved weekend brunch has made a triumphant return. It features the same excellence in service and fare but in a more modern and stylish presentation synonymous with BLT Steak. Sterling Brunch is offered every Sunday morning and is showcased in a sleek built-in buffet space with roll-top chafers.
As soon as you sit down to dine, champagne is poured along with a presentation of BLT Steak's signature oversized, Gruyere cheese-flavored popovers.
A buffet line allows guests to feast like royalty on endless Alaskan king crab legs, lamb, lobster tails, prime rib, sushi and fresh-shucked oysters. Melt-in-your-mouth truffle mashed potatoes, banana bread pudding French toast, creamed spinach, yogurt parfait with granola, a custom omelet station, a charcuterie plate and a mozzarella and tomato dish also set the scene.
In addition to the self-serve line, an array of items can be ordered with your server, including lobster bisque, Caesar salad, eggs Benedict, Belgian waffles and BLT Steak's famed chopped vegetable salad.
- Enjoy never-ending glasses of Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne & mimosas
- Gluten-free items available
- Dishes ordered via your waiter are all small bites portions, so order one of everything to allow your table to taste all of them
- The dessert bar includes bites such as fruit tarts, chocolate truffles and chocolate covered strawberries
Why You'll Love It
Limitless fresh-shucked oysters
The finest cuts
Stack your plate with lobster tail
Why You'll Love It
Bally’s Las Vegas invites you to delight in the finest Las Vegas buffet, 25 years running. Start your Sunday with the exquisite Sterling Brunch served in the rarefied setting of Bally's Steakhouse; voted Best Brunch by the Review Journal. If only all Sunday meals could taste this good.
Some say the "food’s too good to qualify as a buffet," given the "mega-selection" of eclectic fare like caviar, lobster and "free-flowing champagne" rolled out at this "gastronomic extravaganza" in Bally’s; ok, it might be the "most expensive Sunday brunch in America," but fans say it’s "worth every penny
A good place for beef each night, Bally's Steakhouse is transformed every Sunday into one of the most luxurious brunches in town and reborn as the Sterling Brunch.