I was in Laughlin with my family, and I wanted to try a new place to eat. I looked online and found great reviews on Bumbleberry Flats at The Pioneer Casino.
They have a Sunday Brunch Buffett that offers an omelet station, chilled crab legs, and much more. Unfortunately, it wasn’t Sunday when I dropped in. That was okay, it gave me a chance to order of their menu that was filled with unique blends of southern cuisine flavors. The first thing that caught my eye was a sign for their “Wreckless Bloody Mary.” This Bloody Mary was topped with a food sampler! These toppings consisted of a Fried Green Tomato Bacon Slider, Chicken & Waffle, Jumbo Shrimp, Hard Boiled Egg, Pickle Spear, and olives. Oh yes, and a glass of beer 🙂 this seemed like a great food adventure to take up…next time. I had my eye set on their Crab Cake Benedict. I will be back for the Bloody Mary!
This was my Crab Cake Benedict:
I actually enjoyed the biscuit underneath the crab cake more with the egg than the crab cake. My usual concern with crab cakes is more cake than crab 😦
The Country Ham and Eggs was really tasty. The bone-in ham steak was huge and nicely grilled. The eggs were cooked perfectly (whites hard, yolk runny).
Chicken and Waffles:
This is served with a Louisiana Honey Hot Sauce that is spicy and sweet tasting! The skin was really crispy on the chicken which is always a plus.
What added to our dining experience was our view of the river from window side table.
If you feel like pouring your own glass of beer from the tap, you can request a table with a wall that gives you two types of beer on tap for you to handle yourself
Other menu items that caught my eye-
Sweet Tea Pork Chop- 12 oz bone in center cut pork chop marinated in sweet tea, seared and served with two eggs and creamy grits
Cheddar Bacon Waffle- Apple wood smoked bacon and aged cheddar cheese in a light crispy waffle covered in whiskey bacon jam and served with sweet cream butter
Pulled Pork Pancakes- Four apple wood smoked bacon and sweet corn pancakes stuffed with succulent pulled pork shoulder, and drizzled with Jack Daniel’s maple syrup
Check out the rest on these menu pages-