Serving the most important meal with a smile
Breakfast and brunch are two of the best ways to begin the day, and Sunny Side Up, located at Boca Park in Summerlin, recently opened to serve Southern Nevada. Chicagoan and owner Nick Sord opened one up in his hometown, then moved to the desert ready to entice the valley with his delectable breakfasts, piled-high sandwiches, juicy burgers and sumptuous salads.
Ready to begin your day with some deliciousness? How about red velvet pancakes, churro waffles, crepes or stuffed French toast? In the mood for eggs? Specialties include Chilaquiles; corn tortillas lightly fried with red salsa, then topped with eggs (sunny side up), pulled pork, and cheese served with refried beans and sour cream. The Mexican Baked Egg delights with its in-house bean mixture topped with an egg and served with tortillas.
For heartier appetites, over 10 varieties of benedict or an array of omelet choices will satisfy any hunger. Seven skillet breakfast options include the Boca Park Skillet combining ham, sautéed spinach, cheddar cheese and jalapeno bacon crumbles topped with eggs. Sunny Side Up serves loaded chicken and waffles smothered with pork gravy and maple syrup, finished with a fried egg and chopped bacon.
Brunch features zesty sandwiches, big burgers, healthy wraps and tasty salads. The Sunrise Chicken Sandwich starts with a crispy chicken filet topped with bacon, cheddar, and a sunny side up egg on an aioli-slathered croissant. Sunny’s Burger includes peppers, onions, wild mushrooms, Swiss cheese, and jalapeno bacon, topped with a sunny side up egg and served on a potato bun. The Summerlin Salad gratifies with grilled romaine lettuce, surrounded by roasted grape tomatoes and red onions, then drizzled with creamy ranch mixed with bleu cheese crumbles and cooked bacon crumbs.
For true java lovers, Lavazza coffee is a main feature, and for more self-indulgence, Nick and his team have created a cinnamon roll latte and an Almond Joy coffee.
Everything is clean and disinfected with detailed sanitizing procedures. Disposable paper is used as tablecloths and everyone is masked up and wearing gloves.
Sunny Side Up embraces the community as owner Nick greets guests, making sure everyone feels at home. It is the newest hot spot as the movers and shakers of Southern Nevada meet to socialize. With two levels, friends can hang out and still respect social distancing.
Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. seven days a week for the dining room and outdoor tables as well as delivery.
Sunny Side Up
750 S. Rampart Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89145