Sagebrush Cantina is a restaurant and saloon that’s always a wild time, whether you’re there at 9am or 2am. They’re open for breakfast and dinner throughout the week, but what’s really significant here is their “world-famous” Sunday brunch. From the live jazz music, to the chocolate fountain, to the two shots of vodka that come with your bottomless champagne, you know you’re not at Sagebrush Cantina for a long time, but for a good time.
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