Breakfast at the breezy Verandah Café (inside the Four Seasons Hotel, 632-5000) feels like you’re dining at … um, at just about anywhere but on the Strip. Attentive (but not overbearing) service and thoughtful, artistically presented dishes make the somewhat hefty price tag (almost) bearable. Keep things light during the week with the vegetarian hash or egg white frittata with tomato relish ($16).
Weekends are for splurging via Verandah’s elaborate brunch, where the “make your own donuts” station is a mandatory first stop. It’s an extravagant, all-you-can-nosh country club affair replete with faves like applewood sausage, eggs Benedict and French toast, complemented by fresh fruit, baked yummies, bagels and lox, a cooked-to-order omelette station and fresh mini-donuts. There are more formal, pricier weekend brunches, but this one strikes a stylish, relaxed balance. It's not surprising this restaurant was voted "Best Brunch" in Desert Companion's 2015 Best of the City issue.