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Best Breakfast Buffet?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by mamamk, Dec 16, 2012.

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  1. mamamk

    mamamk Tourist

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    We'll be going to Vegas in May, and we're planning on getting the Buffet of Buffets pass. We did this once before and managed to cram four buffets into the 24 hours, which was great fun except for me not being able to go anywhere after the fourth buffet because I was too stuffed to move. It was awesome anyway. We had a great view at the Rio so we just stayed in that night with the lights out. So fabulous.

    We're planning on doing Caesars (assuming the quality doesn't plummet between now and May), Planet Hollywood (the best of the bunch last time), Paris, and one other. We're trying to figure out which to do for which meal.

    We did Paris for breakfast last time and it was wonderful, but we don't want to miss out if something else is even wonderful-er. Any opinions on which has the best breakfast buffet?

    (I'm planning on only doing three of the buffets this time and just keeping my husband company while he does the fourth. Comes a time when a girl's gotta holler Uncle!)

    (Yes, we are planning way ahead. It's driving me crazy that our trip is in five months. I wanna go NOWNOWNOWNOW!!!!!)
     
  2. Candy Apple

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    Ate at Harrahs dinner buffet two times. Good food.
     
  3. UKFanatic

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    Bellagio is my fav breakfast buffet, but it looks like youa re asking for CET buffets. Never done breakfast at any of theirs, but PHo buffet is the bets lunch/dinner buffet I have done amongst the CET properties
     
  4. thenuke1

    thenuke1 High-Roller

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    BEST value

    10.99 for one of the BEST brunches (with mamosas) out there Main Street Station
     
  5. jrinct1

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    Best value for me would be the orleans breakfast buffy.
     
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    Yes, Paris is not only the best CET buffet for breakfast, it is the best of any buffet for breakfast. All the others are rather mundane, even Bellagio's, and I am a huge fan of Bellagio's buffet.
     
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    Another quality breakfast buffet ... if you have a car ... is the South Point. Inexpensive, with lots of good choices ... and, as you head to your table, you get a free bloody mary. :thumbsup:
     
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    I thought I read that Caesar's was dropped from the one price gets all CET buffets for 24 hours.
     
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    Personally my fave breakfast buffet is Luxor, not really a big fan of their lunch or dinner buffets but the breakfast one is number 1 choice. Those made to order omlettes are to die for!
     
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    I DISAGREE ( respectfully). I thought it was extremely OVERRATED.
     
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    Without a doubt Green Valley Ranch cannot be beat for the money !
     
  12. mamamk

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    Thank you!

    Hey, I appreciate all these responses! I am looking only for BoB places this time around. I think Paris is prob going to win for breakfast. I've been to their breakfast and dinner buffets and have never been disappointed. For the Caesars buffet we'll have to pay a $15 extra surcharge but I think it might be worth it. Now, what to do for lunch..................
     
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    Did the Bacchanal buffet at Cesar's for breakfast on Saturday (there is a surcharge for the weekend - but endless champagne or mimosas). It was wonderful, but no omelet station. I was a bit surprised about that. But there was a crepe station which was excellent.
     
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    An omelet station is hugely important to me for breakfast ---as well as fresh croissants and danish pastries....hence it is always Paris when we stay at Paris. We were at Bellagio last year and I thought the breakfast was not as good as Paris, but I did like their lunch
     
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    We also like the Paris for breakfast but on occassion it doesn't seem as good as a few years ago. Hubby is a fan of Flamingo for breakfast...they have really good corned beef hash & he likes their omelet station. In March, we will be doing Caesars for dinner (real glad I'm Diamond to help with the long lines) / Paris or Flamingo for breakfast / Harrahs or PH for lunch and either PH or Rio for the last dinner. We think the BofB is great...no big decisions for where to eat - just pick out the casino..lol. I like that we can eat small meals and also drop in for a big coke & maybe a small salad or desert when we need a rest from the machines... :):)
     
  16. vegasqc

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    Cant go wrong at PH or Paris for breakfast
     
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    "Best" may be stretching it, but the Paris breakfast buffet is very good! :)
     
  18. gerry53

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    emperor`s buffet at Ip (quad)
     
  19. maximus56k

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    I agree 100%. Maybe my expectations were too high but I did not like it at all.
     
  20. ernestoc33

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    In my opinion Main Street Station has the best breakfast buffet.
     
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