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best sunday brunch on the strip

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by BigWW, May 14, 2015.

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  1. BigWW

    BigWW Low-Roller

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    So.....sorry to start anoretic there on food choices BUT who do you think has the best sunday brunch on the strip? Bellagio? Wynn? Seems like a lot of people like the buffett in Ceasers. (I've never eaten at Ceasers before). We land Sunday morning around 10 ish so definitely wanna treat the wife to a good brunch.
    Thanks!!!
     
  2. Bommen

    Bommen High-Roller

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    Neither of the regular buffets will have the best Sunday brunch but if thats what you are looking for go with Wicked Spoon(Cosmo) or Bacchanal (Caesars). Otherwise there is plenty of other good options, Wynn┬┤s Jazz brunch(Country Club) is excellent and another favourite of mine is Border Grill (Mandalay Bay and Forum Shops).
     
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    Sterling Brunch at Ballys------make reservations ahead of time
     
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    I don't see the price of the Jazz Brunch.
     
  7. pleepleus

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    Mozen at Mandarin Oriental.
    IMO, Sterling Brunch has gone downhill over the years (Not bad, but not as good as it used to be) and only a decent value if you can drink a ton of champagne.
     
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    If you're staying at Mandalay Bay, you should really just saunter over to Border Grill. It's all-you-can-eat, but you order a few small plates at a time. Some of the small plates were better than others, but none were worse than "good" (they ranged from "good" to "fantastic"). You can also add on, for $10, unlimited mimosas. The waiters were very helpful and we didn't feel rushed at all.
     
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    Jazz Brunch at Wynn. No question, no contest.
     
  10. Bommen

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    +1. I havent eaten there since the relaunch but i had the same experience. The high price tag does not reflect on the quality of food they are serving, you basically pay for all you can drink Perrier-Jouet.
     
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  11. BigWW

    BigWW Low-Roller

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    Thank you for the suggestions! There are so many choices but thanks for helping narrowing it down!
     
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    I second brunch at Border Grill at the mandalay bay. plus, if you sign up for Border Grill's VIP club, you get a buy1/get1 free meal coupon that is valid at brunch. cant beat that!
     
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    I have always preferred the Jasmine brunch at Bellagio. Overlooks the fountains. First class service. Unbelievable value too. Check it out on the Bellagio website and read some random reviews. I've been to Wynn and Sterling's and can't imagine not going anywhere but Jasmine.
     
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    I love border grill for casual brunch or patio seating, but a spectacular brunch is a Jasmin in the Bellagio. The fountains only make it better. It sells out dats early so make reservations now, if your interested:)
     
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    Sterling brunch at ballys..omg!!! Lobster...caviar..filet
     
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    Ballys Sterling Brunch
     
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    Ballys Sterling Brunch.
     
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    Jazz Brunch at Wynn
     
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