Any other good champagne brunches on/near the strip? I'd love the Sterling, but I don't know if it's worth it for my husband. He'd not quite the foodie that I am. Foie gra, caviar, oysters, sushi, etc., are some of my favorite things! Unfortunately, not his. We both love dry champagne, though.
We might dish out the $100 each, but it'd be nice to have some alternatives -- if they exist.
It only runs on Sundays, but the Jasmine Brunch at Bellagio is fantastic. You need reservations and they offer certain seating times, but it is so worth it. The last time I was there in Dec. with a group it was 65.00 per person and included multi-stations of different kinds, champagne, and a full dessert room. The tiger prawns and beef tenderloin were especially good, but they also offer one area of breakfast stuff that you can have them make specialty omelets and waffles that is unreal.
I highly recommend it. We were there 2 hours and sat right in front of the window overlooking the fountains and they played Christmas songs and it was so lovely.