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Best Boozy Brunch?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by KazakhKrusher, Sep 12, 2015.

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  1. KazakhKrusher

    KazakhKrusher Tourist

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    A good friend of mine will be spending his birthday in Vegas and I'd like to book him a good brunch for his birthday.
    I need recommendations, alcohol preferably champagne is a necessity.
    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. VegasDave

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    If you dont mind spending $100/pp, Sterlings at Ballys for a bday is said to be good. I can't say from experience.

    Most of the brunch buffets have some type of drink unlimited refills, for an add on fee.

    If you are ok with wine and beer, Planet Hollywood is a good deal on Groupon, but you get what you pay for as far as food.
    https://www.groupon.com/deals/spice-market-buffet-4
     
  3. KazakhKrusher

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    Thanks Dave. Bally's seems to be a clear front runner
     
  4. Angiemac

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    If it is over a weekend, I really enjoyed The Lavo brunch. Lots of food choices and we really enjoyed the crepes and eggs Benny. They have a $30 bottomless mimosa also. They have a few different varieties and at the end of brunch they gave us a to go cup for the mimosa which helped to keep that brunch buzz alive! LOL!
     
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    We just tried the weekend brunch at Border Grill at Mandalay Bay. It was fantastic - and was probably the best meal of the weekend. We just ordered a pitcher of margaritas, but they have bottomless mimosas for $10.
     
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    My wife and i plan our trips to include being able to attend the sterling bunch. Some people might say its over priced but its vegss isnt everything?
     
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    sure you can do a $100 pp brunch but that adds up quick.

    Just look around, there are a few places that offer booze as part of the price for way cheaper then $100.
     
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    Highly recommend Sterling Brunch...a challenge to finish your glass of Perrier Jouet champagne before it's refilled, if champagne is a must...for my wife it is to the tune of a couple of bottles. If you want to truly get buzzed (bombed) this brunch also offers unlimited bloody mary's. The food is great with many high end offerings such as filet mignon, lamb, lobster tails, cavier, etc... Yes, it's expensive, but if your celebrating a friends B-day and want a memorable dining experience this is a great option. Unfortunately, it's only available on Sunday.
     
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    I just saw on PPHold's TR that the Bellagio brunch looks real nice, not sure if that is invite only?
     
  10. KazakhKrusher

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    Thanks to all.
    Sterling does sound good. I'm pretty sure my friend and his wife can cover the cost is champagne alone.
     
  11. ginmil

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    Sterling Brunch the best!
     
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    Jazz Brunch at Wynn. Accept no other.
     
  13. Ally Vegas

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    Border Grill! Lovely atmosphere and they have a HUGE selection of specialty Mimosa's that are a bargin for a$10 add on. Absolutely, love Jasmine Brunch at Bellagio too, but it's not Vegas birthday "fun", unless you're old;)
     
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    Any idea on the price for the Jazz Brunch? A quick google isn't finding it.
     
  15. RTG10

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    Any idea on the price for the Jazz Brunch? A quick google isn't finding it.
     
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    Sterling is amazing. Champagne, caviar, grilled lobster...should I go on? Service is amazing also.
     
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    We were at Sterling two weeks ago....you can't beat it for any kind of celebration and no celebration is it still a wonderful meal. As for the price, it was one of our less expensive meals---no where else can you get unlimited drinks and multi course meal for $100.
     
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    Its not over priced for what you get. It might not be in your usual budget like mine. A filet mignon with a lobster tail on your plate and all the french champ you can drink and its $85 with your total rewards card. With tip its $100.
     
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