Unlike some other cities, Las Vegas doesn’t shut down on a Sunday. In fact, the Strip is alive and well with sexy pool parties, wild shows, nightclubs and of course brunch. Here are the 5 best things to do for Sunday Funday in Vegas.
Luxor Hotel and Casino makes Sunday the hottest day of the week with Temptation Sundays. The original, longest-running gay pool party in Las Vegas has already returned for its ninth season. This year’s naughty fun is hosted by J. Son Nakedboynews.com with DJ Mattmon as the resident DJ. Guest DJs will make special appearances. Here is this season’s lineup:
May 13: Opening Day with DJ Morningstar
May 20: EDC Weekend with DJ Pacifico
May 27: Memorial Day Weekend with DJ Casey Alva
July 1: Independence Day Weekend with DJ Morningstar
July 29: Ninth Anniversary Celebration with Chi Chi Larue
August 19: Tempter Fashion Show with DJ Chyld
September 2: Labor Day Weekend with DJ Pacifico
Wet Republic, the high-energy day club at MGM Grand, offers a fun way to cap off your Sunday with Endless Sundays. Keep the party going forever, or at least until 1 p.m. with endless bubbles and special “Champagne spray” packages as well as Sunday-only cocktails.
The Vegas clubs don’t all shut down after a wild Saturday night. The Bank at the Bellagio keeps the party going into Sunday and has for nearly a decade now. You can experience the top hip hop and EDM stars during a Sunday night at The Bank.
There is no more thrilling way to spend a Sunday in Vegas than in the Spiegelworld’s wondrous tent outside of Caesars Palace. The adult playground is home to Absinthe, the intoxicating show that mixes burlesque, circus and vaudeville for a show that has been named “the #1 greatest show in Las Vegas history” by the Las Vegas Weekly. Absinthe performs at 8 & 10 p.m. on Sunday.
Does anything signify Sunday more than brunch? Vegas is home to some pretty tasty brunches, many of which are only available on Sundays. Our favorites include the Americana Las Vegas serving up eggs Benedicts, shrimp and grits, a hues rancheros burrito, frittatas and carne aside fries every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Downtown Terrace Kitchen and Bar serves brunch on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and includes monkey bread, steak and egg tacos, brioche French toast, eggs Florentine and more. Andiron Steak and Sea in Downtown Summerlin will satisfy your appetite with blueberry pancakes, smoked salmon, brisket hash skillet and more. Brunch is served Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.