A banana bread that is above the rest. Sweet, warm and full of banana flavor.

Brunch is the best time of day because you get the option of choosing breakfast and lunch for one meal. Why pick between scrambled eggs and bacon with brown butter pancakes or a fried chicken sandwich on jidori bread when you can have both?

The consensus on brunch is that it officially starts at 11:00 a.m. and runs until about 3 p.m. That is a four hour window to awaken your inner hunger demons to come out and play.

Brunch Spot In Las Vegas: Fine Company

Downtown Summerlin is the upper echelon of shopping malls in Las Vegas and anyone that tells you different must live in Henderson. Just kidding.

The upscale outdoor shopping mall features many favorite stores including: Apple Store, Bath and Body Works, Macys and Lulu Lemon. They have a wide variety of dining choices with local hotspots like Maggiano’s, Public School 702 and True Food Kitchen.

There is a relatively newer restaurant in town called, Fine Company. Many mall frequents may know what we are talking about but if you don’t see below:

Breakfast + Lunch: Healthy Options

Fine Company feels very cozy on the inside with darker toned wood-panel walls and lots of grandiose foliage in the center of the room. The atmosphere is causal where workers on lunch or the occasional couple would come to dine.

The cashless restaurant is an elevated eatery with a focus on healthy plates. Chef Roy Ellemar is the mastermind behind the dishes while “focusing on the local community” states FineCompanyLV.com.

A few of their classic menu-items include:

Brunch Plates: Mom’s Banana Bread which features local wild flower honey, good butter and delicate sea salt.

Eggs & Friends: Breakfast Burger which features 6oz beef burger, new school American cheese, bacon, French toast bun, hash-brown, maple syrup and a sunny egg.

According to their website, FineCompanyLV.com, they also offer a luxurious ‘Golden Hour’ complimentary cocktail (Monday through Friday) on their patio from 6p.m. – 8p.m.

The food at Fine Company is very tasty, cooked-well and displayed perfect for post-worthy photos on social media.

  • Mom's Banana Bread

    Located under Brunch Plates is a banana bread that will make your mouth water just thinking about it. This food item is served until 2 p.m. which is an hour before restaurant close. Hostess recommended and the softness and banana flavor packs a punch in each and every bite. The plate is served with a swirly creamy butter that pairs perfectly. The cost of Mom’s Banana Bread is $10.

    Mom's Banana Bread on a white plate with swirly butter.

    A banana bread that is above the rest. Sweet, warm and full of banana flavor.

  • Merguez Stuffed Dates

    Located under Shareable Plates are well stuffed and savory dates. The dates are stuffed with lamb sausage, goat cheese, red pepper romesco and parsley pesto. The red pepper romesco was light and tangy to kick just enough kick. The rpesentation was brigh with fresh green urbs on top. The cost of Merhuez Stuffed Dates is $16.

    Merguez Stuffed Dates on a black plate.

    Fine Company offers fresh and flavorful plates. The restaurant can be found in Downtown Summerlin.

  • Green Eggs, No Ham

    Located under Eggs & Friends is a play on the Dr. Suess’ “Green Eggs and Ham.” The plate was was full in proportion and light on flavor. The dish features egg white scramble, spinach, broccoli, kale, mushroom, onion and baby greens salad. The salad was drenched in a sweet vinaigrette. The cost of Green Eggs, No Ham is $16. As we were told, this menu-item is seasonal.

    Green Eggs, No Ham on a white plate

    Egg whites are very healthy and the greens balance the dish nicely. Healthier options are available for those looking to make a shift in their dietary plans.

  • Crispy Skin Norwegian Salmon

    Located under Lunch plates is a hearty and healthy option. The plate features braised fennel, fingerling potatoes and curry scented buttermilk. The fish was well seasoned and the skin wasn’t mushy. The plate was bright with the pieces of ice berg and purple-red cabbage. The cost of this plate is $28.

    Crispy Skin Norwegian Salmon with a cabbage salad surrounding it.

    Salmon is meant for enjoying with friends and family. Fine Company offers a crispy skinned fish you won’t want to miss.

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