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Buffet Woes

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by sproutmd, May 5, 2015.

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  1. sproutmd

    sproutmd Tourist

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    Haha.

    If you had to pick, would you choose Wicked Spoon or Wynn? We are going to be closer to Wynn, but have been several times. We are focusing on the champagne brunch. If neither, what would you recommend?
     
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    No one has an opinion on this? :eek:
     
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    Bommen High-Roller

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    Easy choice, i would go with Wicked Spoon and the only other buffet thats comparable on the strip is Bacchanal which has a bigger selection. But for brunch i would go with Wicked Spoon every time.
     
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    If you have been to Wynn several times, it might be time to try something new.

    If cost isn't an option, try the Wicked Spoon.

    I've eaten at:

    Wynn
    Baccahnal
    Wicked Spoon
    Bellagio

    All are top quality. Since I don't drink alcohol, I cannot comment on the Champagne brunch.
     
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    Those are the two best buffets IMO. I like Wicked Spoon more
     
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    Sterling Brunch is actually a very good value for the quality. Real champagne, lobster, filets, rack of lamb, etc... I'm not sure if this is good or bad, but we drank enough champagne to cover the cost of the brunch :drunk:.
     
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    Did Wicked Spoon Friday. 2nd time this year. Wynn isnt close (IMHO). Price wise (if it matters) Wicked Spoon Weekend brunch $35.00, Wynn Brunch $65.00 and Ballys Sterling Brunch $90.00.
     
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    Thank you for all the replies! Looks like we will try out Wicked Spoon. Or maybe the Sterling Brunch. Or both. :evillaugh
     
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    Absolutely love the Wicked Spoon brunch. Had amazing service and thought all the food (good breakfast/lunch/dessert ratio) was all fantastic. We added on unlimited mimosas and our glasses were never more than half empty-- in fact, we had to cut off our awesome waiter and ask him to stop topping us off because we were getting too tipsy!
     
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