One of the best-kept secrets in Las Vegas is Lavo Party Brunch. It’s not even a secret, really. It’s that most people assume that once summer’s over and the pool parties have ended, there aren’t any more dayclubs. So, naturally, they don’t think to look for them.
Unfortunately for these guests, they’re seriously missing out!
Lavo is a unique club concept that combines some pretty cool things. For example, you’ll enjoy brunch, champagne, themed parties, and dancing on tables. There are lots of party favors and props, too, like glow sticks, sunglasses, and even sashes.
See, what more could you want?
Now we go to Lavo Party Brunch A LOT. (We’re there almost every weekend.) I mention this because I want you to know that this guide has all the latest information available. And it’s full of our best advice too!
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Lavo Party Brunch: Overview
It’s brunch, it’s a club, it’s Lavo Party Brunch. And it’s the only brunch club in Las Vegas. It’s also considered the best dayclub that isn’t a pool party.
- Months Open: October through March
- Days Open: Saturdays
- Terrace Opens: 11 am
- Main Room Opens: 12:30 pm
- Bottle Service: $$ – $$$
- Music: Top 40, EDM & Hip Hop
- Special Events: Theme parties (Halloween, superheroes vs. villains, lingerie, football, etc.)
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Lavo Party Brunch is at The Palazzo hotel inside Lavo Restaurant.
From Palazzo Guest Parking, head straight through the casino to the Palazzo lobby. From there, Lavo will be on your left.
If you’re getting dropped off at the Palazzo Valet, enter the hotel through the main doors. Lavo will be immediately on the left.
For your convenience, we’ve provided a map below.
You will never hear us say this about another club in Las Vegas. But you can pretty much wear whatever you want at Lavo. Sneakers, jeans, and t-shirts are all perfectly acceptable. That said, a lot of guests dress up too.
Although the dress code is open, we still frequently get asked, “what should I wear?”
Well, oddly enough, a lot of women wear rompers to Lavo. Yes, rompers are the outfit of choice for Lavo Party Brunch.
So if you want to match all the ladies in the club, then wear a romper. If you’d prefer to stand out, then wear something else, anything else.
For guys, most just wear jeans and a collared shirt or t-shirt. And, of course, clean, nice-looking sneakers or dress shoes.
Security will go through all bags and purses, so make sure you don’t bring anything into the club that would be considered questionable.
Also, please only bring small purses to Lavo. Larger bags and backpacks are prohibited and you won’t be allowed to enter the venue with one.
There are no selfie sticks allowed or weapons of any kind. Additionally, you may want to consider limiting makeup products. For instance, face powder can sometimes be an issue.
Lastly, it’s a good idea to leave all medication at home or back in your hotel room. Unless, of course, it’s a prescription, life necessary medicine.
Here are the current ticket prices for Lavo’s 2021 season. These are the presale ticket prices and include all taxes and fees. If you want to buy tickets, we recommend getting them online in advance as door prices may go higher.
On high-demand days, the club may not offer tickets at the door if they’ve already sold out online.
- Female: $20
- Male: $30
Lavo’s guest list opens at 12:30 pm and closes at 4:00 pm, so it’s best to arrive at Lavo Party Brunch no later than 3:30 pm. Most guests have already spent hours at the club by this time, though.
If you come after the guest list cut-off time, you’ll likely have to buy an entry ticket.
And then there’s the risk, too, that the club reaches capacity. When this happens, the venue stops letting guests inside. This means that even if you’re on the guest list, you could still be refused entry.
So your best bet – get to Lavo early!
If you’re a woman and you’re on Lavo’s guest list, you’ll get free entry into the club.
This season, Lavo also offers an open bar to ladies on their guest list from 1:00 until 2:00 pm. The open bar is inside Lavo’s main room.
Please note that the open bar may be subject to change at management’s discretion.
Currently, Lavo Party Brunch offers a reduced cover to men on their guest list. (There’s no free entry for gentlemen unless you’ve made a bottle service reservation.)
If you’re on the guest list, you’ll save $5 off the pre-sale ticket prices and pay only $25 for entry.
Bottle Service At Lavo Party Brunch
Making a table service reservation is our favorite way to enjoy Lavo Party Brunch. It’s also the only way to partake in Lavo’s famous brunch.
So if it’s within budget, we highly recommend making a bottle service reservation. In our opinion, it’s beyond worth it – even more so than at any other club because space is much more limited here.
You’ll get the following benefits with a bottle service reservation at Lavo Party Brunch.
- Expedited and complimentary VIP entry
- Table for the entire afternoon
- Seating for your party
- Brunch and bottle service
- Free juice and soda mixers
- Cocktail server, busser, and security team
Lavo quotes its bottle service prices as a minimum spend requirement. (You can think of the table as being free for agreeing to spend a specific amount at the club.)
Of course, if you buy more than the minimum required, then Lavo will charge you for the additional amount. And if you don’t meet the minimum, then you’ll get charged for it anyway, so you might as well make the most of it and spend it!
You can order any items from the bottle and food menus, and they’ll count towards your required spend.
Bottle service at Lavo Party Brunch is quite reasonable compared to other clubs in Las Vegas. But, prices often increase the closer it gets to the event date.
Table Cost By Section
To give you a general idea of the bottle service minimums, we’ve listed some table pricing below.
Please note that these prices are for informational purposes only. They’re also estimates of averages based on 2020 prices.
- Rosé Terrace: $500+
- Main Room: $1000+
- Prime: $1500 – 2000+
- Center of the Room: $3000+
Minimum spends may be higher depending on how many people are in your party or if it’s a high-demand weekend.
How To Calculate The Total Bottle Service Cost
As with all clubs in Las Vegas, bottle service prices are quoted without the venue fee, tax, and gratuity. (Please note that the venue fee may also be called the “admin fee” or “service fee.”)
The total of these fees is roughly 37%. So, if you reserve a table with a $1,000 minimum, then you’ll need to add this percentage to calculate the final cost.
Here’s the math.
Bottle Service Minimum: $1,000
Plus: 37% service/tax/tip fees: $370
Total Cost: $1,370
Bottle service tables on the Rosè Terrace are located outside while the club’s inside space has three options to choose from – Main Room, Prime, and Center of the Room.
If you select a Main Room table, you’ll be off to the sides. With a Prime or Center of the Room table, you’ll be more centrally located.
We’ve identified the various table options and their corresponding locations on the map below. Please note that these locations may be subject to change at the club’s discretion.
Since Lavo is a smaller venue, almost all tables are in the action (if you’re in the main room).
The absolute best tables are located in front of the DJ booth. These are the Center of the Room tables and will come at a premium price.
Value Tables (Most Bang For Your Buck)
We’re big fans of the Main Room tables located next to the platform where the dancers perform. The location is fantastic, and it’s our top pick for the best value tables in the club.
You’ll still have an excellent view from here. (The platform is low so that you can see the entire club.) And you’ll feel like you’re in the action too.
What’s more, you may pay up to $1000 less for these as compared to the Prime and Center of the Room tables.
It’s worth pointing out, though, that these tables may be priced as Prime tables on high-demand days.
Lowest Cost Tables
The least expensive bottle service options are any tables located on the Rosè Terrace. These tables are on the patio (outside) overlooking the strip.
Now, if you think that getting a table out here means you’ll be far from the action, you might want to reconsider.
While it’s true that the terrace tables aren’t in the main room, you’re welcome to go inside at any time. All you need to do is tell your cocktail server, and she’ll hold your table and bottles for you until you return.
There are also quite a few tables on the terrace, so it’s often packed.
A Note About The Upstairs
For those who have been to Lavo Party Brunch before, you might remember an upstairs room with a separate DJ. This section was fantastic because you could get bottle service starting at around $100 per person.
Unfortunately, Lavo has closed this area – leaving only the main room and terrace available for bottle service reservations.
On the one hand, it’s nicer because everyone is on the same level. But on the other, you’ll find prices for bottle service to be somewhat higher than in years past.
That said, on high-demand days, the club may offer small tables on the upstairs glass walkway. From here, you’ll be able to see the party below, and you can quickly head downstairs too.
These tables are usually priced at a discount as compared to other main room tables.
Lavo Brunch Bottle Menu
Below are a few pages from the Lavo Party Brunch bottle service menu. Bottle prices start in the $400s and go up from there. Mixers, like juices and soda, are complimentary.
While we do our best to keep our menus up to date, please keep in mind that the club determines the offerings and prices. The menus are also subject to change without notice.
If you want to get brunch at the day club, it’s a good idea to arrive at 12:30 pm.
We recommend coming then because you need to allow enough time to get seated and eat. Typically, between 2:00 and 2:30 pm is when the lights go down, and the club starts.
Lavo has some of the best bottle presentations. And since Lavo’s a smaller venue, all eyes will be on you and your guests. Trust us, no one can miss the giant display of sparklers parading across the main room!
If you want a presentation, it’s best to speak with your cocktail server upon arrival.
Lavo also provides table service guests with a parade menu. You’ll find a lot of options at different price points – including ones that even come with dessert!
Things To Know About Lavo Party Brunch
Lavo is a unique club that always draws a big crowd. And it’s easy to see why. There are quite a few things that make it stand out from the other venues in town.
Only One Of Its Kind
There’s no other club on the Las Vegas Strip like Lavo Party Brunch. For example, it’s the only one that allows you to order food while you party.
And it’s also the only club that lets you dance on your table.
Be careful, though, and dance at your own risk! The table cloths can get caught in your heels (speaking from experience). And it can get quite slippery, too, if something spills.
The food is honestly really, really good. I’ve been fortunate enough to have it quite a few times and always opt for the breakfast choices. (The white polenta pancakes topped with whipped Nutella butter and hazelnut are exceptional!)
If lunch is more your speed, some go-to favorites are the truffle fries and the penne seafood alfredo.
Of course, there are healthier options too. You can check out the menu posted above for a full listing of food offerings.
Best Girl-To-Guy Ratio
Hands down, Lavo has the best girl-to-guy ratio of any club in Las Vegas. By our estimates, it comes in at a whopping 3:1.
So if you’re interested in meeting women, this is the place to go!
Lavo also has an excellent dance team. The girls’ moves are all freestyle, and they don’t just dance for a little while and then leave. Instead, they’re dancing the entire time. This creates a high-energy environment that adds a lot to the party brunch.
Even better, the dancers are actually in the crowd with you, dancing on a platform in the middle of the main room.
Because Lavo is a smaller club, the lighting is all-encompassing. For example, the beams are stronger, and the colors are brighter than at the other clubs.
Lavo’s light show is so close, it feels like you can reach up and grab the beams.
Lavo is heavy on favors. (Real party favors, not the other kind.) In fact, they offer the most of any club.
For instance, you’ll get glow sticks, glow necklaces, sunglasses, and even sashes. These are typically available only to bottle service guests, though.
The club is also big on confetti, so be sure to cover your drink when the confetti showers start!
Lavo frequently throws some epic theme parties. The most popular ones include the club’s Halloween bash and lingerie brunch.
There’s even a Halloween costume contest with prizes for the winners.
And ladies, if you come dressed for the lingerie event, you’ll score an open bar for about an hour. The open bar typically happens earlier in the day, so make sure you get to Lavo on time.
One of our favorite spots to take pictures is on the Rosè Terrace. Not only is there a view of Las Vegas Blvd, but there are some super cute backdrops. Prime example, take a look at this photo with flowers in the shape of a heart.
You also might want to check out the mini red carpet with the Lavo logo backdrop. This is inside the main room at the base of the stairs.
And then there’s a photo op inside the Palazzo before you enter the club. Here you’ll find a large-scale gold frame with flowers and an oversized champagne bottle.
Unique Beverages And Desserts
Lavo has some of the coolest shareable drinks we’ve ever seen. These drinks come in huge glasses with as many straws as you need so you can share them with all your friends.
Additionally, if you’re celebrating a birthday and you’d like a treat, you might want to try the ice cream at Lavo. It’s gigantic and arrives in an ice bowl with sparklers shooting out of it.
On most Saturdays, Lavo has an alcohol company sponsor the brunch. You may see promo models walking around with free alcohol on trays.
Or, more often, there will be a station next to the VIP entrance. The staff will hand out shots until they run out, typically within the first half-hour of the club’s opening.
There aren’t many clubs in Vegas that offer free alcohol, so get there early to take full advantage!
Although the restrooms are a decent size for a restaurant, they’re too small for the party brunch (in our opinion).
For example, in the women’s, there are only a few stalls. And the line is almost always out the door. It’s almost impossible to touch up your makeup, too, thanks to the dark lighting and limited space.
So, if you want to have plenty of room and fantastic lighting, exit Lavo and head diagonally to your left. You’ll find excellent loos here with lots of stalls, sinks, bright lights, and mirrors.
If you’re coming to Vegas during the fall and winter months, I highly recommend going to Lavo Party Brunch. In fact, if I had to choose only one day or nightclub to go to, it would be Lavo. That’s how much I love it, and that’s why I always recommend it to clients.
The best way to experience the Champagne Party Brunch, though, is with a VIP reservation. There just isn’t that much space to stand or dance without booking a table. And there’s no seating either unless you make a reservation.
If table service isn’t within budget, you’ll still have a fantastic time. But you might want to consider arriving closer to when the club starts. Otherwise, you’ll be standing around watching everyone eat, waiting for the lights to dim.
See you at brunch!