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Breakfast Bar?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by ChaiLatte, Apr 7, 2013.

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  1. ChaiLatte

    ChaiLatte Tourist

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    Hello,
    First Vegas trip in about 60 days, but I'm already planning where we're going to eat.

    My husband and I are big fans of breakfast food and I'd like to know if there's any breakfast bars on the strip?
    Or breakfast buffet where we can eat anything we want that is breakfast for a price?

    Thank you so much!
     
  2. Auggie

    Auggie Dovahkiin

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    Not sure what you mean by "breakfast bar"

    For breakfast buffets: almost every buffet does a breakfast buffet (I would venture that they all do, but I will say "almost every" in case there is one or two out there that don't).
     
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    Paris is one of the better buffets for breakfast, whether you like the traditional fare or more fancy stuff. It's not cheap, however, and the line can be absolutely nasty mid morning!
     
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    Tubbs High-Roller

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    I'm not sure what a "breakfast bar" is. Virtually all hotels have a breakfast buffet with a big selection. I don't know where you are staying but just check the hotel website.

    It's a matter of opinion but the best breakfast buffets are at places like Wynn, Bellagio, Cosmo, Caesars, Paris, PH...
     
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    I think "breakfast bar" is the way many chain hotels refer to their breakfast buffet (usually pretty lousy). Pretty much any hotel/casino buffet in Vegas is better than this. For a cheap good breakfast buffet, hit the Garden Buffet at Main Street Station downtown. For a more extravagant breakfast buffet on th strip, the Wynn is fantastic. If you are in Vegas for Sunday Brunch, and want way over the top (and are willing to pay for it) the Sterling Brunch at Bally's Steakhouse (with all you can drink real French Champagne) is hard to beat. The latter may require reservations.
     
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    jrinct1 VIP Whale

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    For a good inexpensive brakfast buffet i have always enjoyed the Orleans.
     
  7. ChaiLatte

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    Thank you everyone.

    A breakfast bar, where I'm from is a place for hotel guests to eat breakfast.
    Hot tables with eggs, bacon and everything you can think of that is eaten for breakfast.
    Didn't know they were called buffet in Vegas.
    Found a list with prices and info, but will follow your advices and go where you suggested me.
     
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    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    No such animal in Vegas at casino hotels.
     
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    At which hotel are you staying?
    Each hotel will have its own buffet but they are not all the same.
    Although the hotel you are staying at may not have a good buffet, there may be a very good one right next door.
     
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