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Easter 2019

Easter is the one time of year where it’s actually okay to dress like a bunny. Scratch that, we’ve had too many mimosas and we’re starting to mix up our holidays. Take two: bring on the bottomless mimosas and a great brunch menu. Easter gives you the best excuse to brunch, not that we need one, but it helps. So hop on over to your favorite spot and start drinking the day away - and if you’re lucky - the Easter Bunny will grace you with his presence. You might not get to sit on his lap like Santa Claus, but you can totally give your friends the bunny ears in your photo op. Who knows, maybe after a few mimosas, you’ll start to see eggs and have your own hunt. If you do, we’re inviting ourselves because that sounds like a great time.

Things to Do for Easter Weekend

Pole Position Raceway
Pole Position Raceway Race a quarter-mile indoor European-style track.
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Topgolf Las Vegas
Topgolf Golf like the pros.
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Vegas Indoor Skydiving
Vegas Indoor Skydiving Like skydiving, but indoor!
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Eiffel Tower Experience
The Eiffel Tower Experience See the city as the Parisians do on top of the Eiffel Tower.
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Easter 2019 Brunches

World Famous Gospel Brunch

What's Easter without brunch and live entertainment? In Vegas we like to entertain, and not just with the tipsy fellow strolling down Las Vegas Boulevard. At Gospel Brunch inside the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay, you get a delicious southern-style buffet, unlimited drinks and a high-energy gospel choir singing hymns. What more can you ask for? Easter Sunday is about to be the best day of the year, at Gospel Brunch.

Hofbräuhaus gives us a taste of the Bavarian countryside along with some of your Easter favorites. There's spargelsuppe, kartoffelpuffer, gegrilltes hähnchenschnitzel and gefüllte vanillecrêpes. For all of us who don't speak German, the menu includes (in order) a creamy asparagus soup, golden brown potato pancakes with smoked salmon, grilled chicken breast with Yukon gold potatoes and a homemade vanilla crêpe. All we got out of that was crepes, and that's good enough for us. Why choose only Easter in Las Vegas when you can have Easter in Germany as well? That might be the mimosas talking, but we think we have a pretty strong case.  

Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
Do you have an odd tradition of taking pictures with the Easter Bunny? Well, consider the tradition continued! Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at The Palazzo is holding its annual family brunch. The event includes prize-filled eggs and balloon animals. Kids eight and under eat F-R-E-E with an adult entre purchase from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jump in with the family on that Easter Bunny pic, you’re never too old. Or not… either way it’s cool with us. 

Top of the World Restaurant 
Did last years Easter turn into a natural disaster that would be worthy of the 5 o' clock news? We've all been there. Well, time to ditch the annual rubbery duck and Easter egg hunt. Top of the World at Stratosphere is the perfect place where your stress over an overcooked duck melts away. It's got a stellar view of the city and the food is one for the books. Don't be the family that's on the 5 o' clock news, be the family who has a nice dinner in Las Vegas.

Easter is a time to celebrate with family, and what better way to do this than at an elegant brunch at Veranda inside the Four Seasons. Don't take our word for it, just look at the menu. They have ten different delicious stations that will have your tummy jumping for joy. Now the last thing you have to do is plan your outfit. All we're saying is bonnets are suggested, not required.