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best downtown breakfast buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by spy73, Aug 11, 2012.

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  1. spy73

    spy73 Newbie

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    Staying downtown at the golden nugget soon. i LOOOOOOOVVVVEEEE breakfast food. is the nuggets decent of is there something better close by
     
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    Main Street and Fremont are cheaper. Make sure you use a B Connected card.
     
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    what is the b c card and were would i get one . thanks
     
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    I'll be getting my first one too...at Fremont. Use it in the slots there, Main Street, and Gold Coast, and you'll get good buffet discounts too.
     
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    Main Street station in my book. Also, don't forget to print out coupons for Downtown too.
     
  6. NickPapageorgio

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    MSS by a mile.

    Nick:beer:
     
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    I found the Nugget breakfast buffet to be horky. You're better off ordering a la carte at a coffee shop, or maybe hitting up the MSS buffet for breakfast.
     
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    Eggs cooked to order at MSS and Fremont. Fremont has a toaster for the eggs, I don't think MSS does. Cinnamon roles at MSS are good.

    Nugget is good just not the same value.
     
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    MSS, the 2 4 1 coupon plus the dollar off with the B Connected card. makes it about 11.99 for a couple. Plus it's good.
     
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    Main Street Station buffet has eggs to order and Fremont has eggs & pancakes made to order. Bigger selection of items at MSS and also champagne on Sat & Sun.

    Get coupons here:
    http://www.vegasexperience.com/coupons/ "realvegas" is the password.

    Mjames, yes, MSS also has a toaster.
     
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    GN and MSS are the best.
     
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    I didn't know Fremont had pancakes made to order. Sounds a lot better than the hard frisbees that are often sitting around at buffets. They also have quick champagne service at their brunch.
     
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    Same cook making the eggs/omelets also does the pancakes. I don't know if you can request ingredients, but yes, certainly better than a pancake from a warming pan.
    We have actually never had the Fremont buffet, but it looks good. We go into the cafe portion of the same room and order off the menu, but every time walking out I see him making the pancakes.

    Quick tip: If there is a long line for the buffet, go to the right and request table service in the cafe. Once seated, look over the menu and tell the server you changed your mind and want the buffet instead.:poke: There is almost never a line for table service.
     
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    I've eaten the weekend brunch at Fremont a number of times (although it's been several years now). Service and food have always been good and you can't beat the price! I'm going back next weekend!
     
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    I enjoy the Fremont as well as MSS breakfast buffets; i generally only go to breakfast buffets that cook eggs to order. MSS is a little pricier but also a bit more upscale. I am not a big breakfast person so if it's the traditional juice, coffee, eggs, bacon, ham or sausage, fruit, pastries etc. Fremont will fill the bill nicely. MSS always used to have 2 for 1 coupons but i am solo and Fremont was 2 for 1 or 50% off for 1.

    Check out a piece of the Berlin Wall in the men's rest room by the MSS's buffet....a little history mixed in.

    jimbo338
     
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    Where do they hide the toaster? In past visits I've looked for one and couldn't find it. Will be there this Saturday AM.
     
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    Another vote for MSS. Decent selection and the omelet guy is alot of laughs.

    Great value especially with the FSE 2 for 1 coupon.

    Don't know about breakfast but we ate at the GN lunch buffet and it was nothing special even with the 2 for 1 I won't go back.
     
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    Near the salad bar area. Can't say exactly, I don't use it, but I want to say to the right of the salads. They have one.
     
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    The omlet guy has been there forever. Even when I don't make it to breakfast there for months, he always remembers me the next time. Wish he'd make pancakes like Joe says they do at Fremont; that's a real weak spot of the MSS buffet.
     
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