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One of the best brunches in Las Vegas: Marché Bacchus

Brunch at Marché Bacchus, Las Vegas
Brunch at Marché Bacchus, Las Vegas

A recent Las Vegas visit was the perfect time to check out the best places for brunch. When a #winelover thinks of a Las Vegas brunch the search is on for a restaurant that not only offers good food but wine. We were also not interested in dining in restaurant that featured buffet brunches. The result was we focused on brunch recommendations that were not buffets. After consulting online sources our decision for brunch was the Marché Bacchus, a French Bistro and Wine Shop.

When we arrived at the restaurant we were seated at a table away from the window. If you want a table by the window you should request it when you make your reservation. Since we used OpenTable to make our reservation we could have easily added the request in the comment section. However, even setting away from the window we still had a view of the lake.

We were asked if we would like a mimosa. We decided instead to select a wine. With a wine shop adjacent the restaurant it was an easy decision. In fact our waitress suggested that we go to the wine shop and select a wine. The wine we selected was a Charles de Cazanova, Brut Rosé Champagne NV. This was a great choice of wine for brunch.

For our main courses we decided on Mushroom Crepe and Quiche dishes. We finished brunch with a cheese plate and a Grahams tawny port. Brunch was delightful, the service was great and the setting was so inviting. You can check reviews of Marché Bacchus on OpenTable, Tripadvisor, Urbanspoon and Yelp.

Dining at Marché Bacchus with a wine shop adjoining the restaurant is definitely a plus. Check out my earlier article where I gave tips on how you can increase your odds of a great Las Vegas dining experience. My overall recommendation however, is to know what you are looking for in a dining experience. It will help to narrow your list and improve your odds of having a great dining experience. I invite you to join me in my travels in Las Vegas and elsewhere in search of the best in Spaswinefood. You may also visit my travel column at the Examiner.

© Sharon Parsons

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