Taking It Big Easy in Las Vegas
Sunday Jazz Brunch N’awlins Style
If you prefer your steak with a side of modern elegance, the Country Club delivers on style as well as substance. Country Club Steakhouse at Wynn is tucked away far from the casino, and makes for an ideal dining option when you need a break from the bright lights and big sounds of the rest of Vegas. The restaurant overlooks Wynn’s epic golf course, which provides a stunning and unique view, with expansive windows framing sweeping views of the greens and waterfalls. Steve Wynn’s vision of an upscale golf club comes to life with innovative steakhouse fare by Executive Chef Carlos Guia.This Forbes Four Star award winner features a unique Jazz Brunch on Sundays. At the Country Club brunch, expect a fine dining experience in a casual setting that is both elegant and relaxing at the same time.
Every Sunday, The Country Club at Wynn brings The Big Easy to Las Vegas with “Cookin’ with Jazz Brunch,” Vegas meets New Orleans to the tune of live jazz. The talented Carlos Guia first came to town as the Executive Chef of Commander’s Palace, and there is no one for miles who can cook New Orleans or Low Country cuisine even remotely like he can. He grew up in the Big Easy, so it is no surprise that both jazz and N’awlins cuisine are at the center of his brunch.
At the clubby Club Grill he’s flexing his artistic muscles and demonstrating his awesome technique with the terrific Sunday jazz brunch. Chef Guía crafts ingredient-driven chophouse fare that walks the line between cosmopolitan and comfy. Get your Creole food fix with offerings that include Chef Guía’s shrimp and grits and French toast bread pudding; gumbo with house-smoked Andouille sausage; shrimp and crawfish; brown sugar brined pork chop with black mission fig-bourbon BBQ sauce; char-broiled Maine lobster and Wisconsin veal t-bone. The Sunday jazz brunch, replete with live band, interactive buffet stations and a full menu of ‘Big Easy’ inspired brunch dishes, has become a local and international favorite.
Both the cuisine and the tremendous view work together to enhance the overall dining experience. This is one jazz brunch you don’t want to miss. It’s peaceful, serene and elegant. The Country Club may feel as exclusive as a members-only club, but this is a place for everyone. Sundays 10AM – 2PM. Reservations advised.