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Best Buffet that isnt full price for kids

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by BCeagle, May 4, 2013.

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  1. BCeagle

    BCeagle Tourist

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    I am traveling with a 7 and 10yo that dont eat more than chicken fingers, but feel like I need to do a buffet one night I am out there, but I also dont want to spend $40 on each of them. Any ideas.
     
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    waverunner BBHMM

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  3. BCeagle

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    Looks like I am just going full boat with Bellagio or Wynn.
     
  4. smartone

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    The kids will LOVE it and so will you!!! Enjoy!!!
     
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    Go to one of the Station Casinos. Get the players card and the top buffet price is only $9.99. It's very good but not extravagant. Your kids will love it.
     
  7. BCeagle

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    Thanks guys I appreciatr. Its so odd, I have been to Vegas about 10x and going with the kids for the 1st time is a completely different experience, esp since I dont figure on playing BJ as much.
     
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