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Best Breakfast Buffet? Dress attire

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by geo_85, Jun 10, 2013.

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  1. geo_85

    geo_85 Newbie

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    Hey guys will be in Vegas for first time next week and looking for a nice buffet with great breakfast (price dont matter) to check out one morning there.

    I was thinking about the Bellagio breakfast buffet but on their site it say dress attire casual.

    Its going to be 100+ degrees and dont plan on getting into casual attire until the late evening. Will they allow me in if i had on flip flops, shorts and a normal Tee (no designs)

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. USCHawks

    USCHawks High-Roller

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    Yes, you'll be perfectly fine.
     
  3. zamboni

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    Paris is very good, and they don't care how you dress. The crepes are awesome and it is like watching an artist paint when they are making them
     
  4. captainron62

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    My breakfast dress is essentially gym shorts and flip flops and whatever random t shirt I can find. Never had a prob anywhere. All restaurants/buffets give some sort of dress code, they are rarely followed.
     
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    Um, shorts and flip flops = casual. Basically, it boils down to clothes and shoes required. I think you are mixing casual with business casual, which would be more appropriate for finer restaurants at dinner time.
     
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    ^This. "Business Casual" means a collared shirt, no jeans or shorts, and no sandals or sneakers. "Casual" means not barefoot, any type of shirt (sleeves optional) and make sure your dick isn't hanging out, and you're good to go!:thumbsup:
     
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    I went to the B Buffet with tshirt / hoodie / shorts and flip-flop... nobody cares, viva las vegas.

    You may choose the Wynn buffet, the view is WAY Better, food also imo, and price a bit higher but again, who cares ? :)
     
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    ref59405 Low-Roller

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    I would meet all of those requirements except one. Darn it!
     
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    Put some shoes on, hippie! :peace:
     
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    You could probably go in a thong and no one would bat an eye. There is no such thing as a dress code at a Vegas buffet - not that I have ever heard of.

    As for Wynn being better than Bellagio...well, I wasn't too thrilled with the Wynn buffet the last time I tried it. True, it was a couple of years ago, but I was very underwhelmed, so much so that I haven't been back since. I ate at the Bellagio buffet (courtesy of MyVegas) a few weeks ago and it was excellent. It was the lunch buffet, so I can't vouch for the breakfast selection.

    One breakfast buffet I DID try last year was the Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan, and it was very very good. It might be worth looking into, as it is right next door to Bellagio.
     
  11. geo_85

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    Thanks guys! Going to check out those other breakfast places yall spoke highly off.

    I'm so pumped 1 week count down!
     
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    that last comment had me LOL. :nworthy:
     
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