Thursday, June 27, 2019


What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas right? Well, it doesn't always have to be that way. Vegas is known for the nightlife, casinos, and crazy stories you can't wait to tell when you get back home. What about the food? As a foodie I'm always excited to try out new places in different cities. Check out some of the places I went to on my trip to Vegas for a bachelorette weekend. XOXO, Tatyana 


Nacho Daddy was my favorite place I ate at in Vegas. Born and raised in Las Vegas. Nacho Daddy is the home of gourmet nachos. Their saying is you will never find a dry chip...literally. I actually ate here twice during my stay in Vegas. If nachos aren't your thing they also have all-day breakfast and a vegan menu. Not to mention bomb happy hour specials. My personal fav: Lobster & Crab Nacho 


If you're looking for a cheap and easy breakfast than look no further because Hash House A-Go-Go is the place to be. At the Linq Hotel upstairs waits usually begin at an hour so the place is pretty cramped but the hash specialties are worth the wait. The portions are so big you can even take some to go for tomorrow's breakfast if you're balling on a budget! This place started in California but has pretty quickly become a Vegas staple. They serve brunch all day and night as a bonus! My personal fav: Farmhouse Egg Scrambles


Being from ATL I had to put a bougie Southern classic on the list. Yardbird is located in the Venetian Resort and brings the southern comfort to Vegas. Yardbird is fancy meets the South. It's definitely a modern take on southern food with modern plating and craft cocktails. It's perfect for brunch or dinner and is a guarantee to make you feel at home. My personal fav: Herb Roasted Bird 


This place was one best surprises of the trip. At the Paris Hotel, Alexxa's is a tapas and sangria bar. Brunch is served every day from 6 AM until 4 PM. You come for the tapas but the sangria makes you never want to leave. For $17 you can order one of "Alexxa's Flights" which are choices of three 5 oz. infused vino sangrias that are delicious and perfect for that Instagram worthy shot. The atmosphere is trendy and cool complete with live music. My personal fav: Brioche French Toast & Veggie Omelette 


On the last day of the trip, we decided to hit brunch at The Wicked Spoon located in the Cosmopolitan. Complete buffet style Wicked Spoon has everything your heart desires. For brunch, I ate everything from waffles to shrimp cocktail (my stomach can handle a lot). Brunch is listed as $28/pp however no brunch is complete without mimosas so be ready to tack that on for another $17/pp. But don't worry you're to feel after glass two. Wicked Spoon has been voted best brunch in Vegas by the Las Vegas Review in case you didn't believe me.


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