Celebrities ranging from Kim Kardashian to Glee's Matt Morrison have indulged at Bagatelle NY and LA's boozy brunch.
Bagatelle brings St. Tropez to New York and Los Angeles and boasts signature French Mediterranean fare that includes French tots made with homemade brioche, vanilla nutella pastry cream and fresh raspberries; coquillettes au jus truffles with elbow pasta, truffle veal jus, french ham and Swiss cheese.
World-renowned deejays transform the dining rooms into an all-day (or all-night) events as guests pair their afternoon with cocktails, Champagne and more.
But if Sin City is more your style, LAVO's Champagne Brunch in Vegas turns Saturday into a soiree from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. starting Oct. 13.
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Dancing on the tables is encouraged as deejay Jason Lema provides the soundtrack to confetti showers, costumed hosts and dancers clad in body paint.
Burning calories while consuming them is always a good thing!