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Buffets?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by daubbermom, Apr 6, 2016.

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  1. daubbermom

    daubbermom Tourist

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    I know you have probably gotten tired of this question but here goes. In your opinion what are the top 3 buffets? I love seafood, veggies, and desserts. I also eat very little due to an extremely small stomach. I have a few bogo passes.:beer:
     
  2. Kolmeseiska

    Kolmeseiska Low-Roller

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    Bacchanal is the best and anyone who says something else doesn't have a clue what they're talking about. :) Aria is the best of the MGM family.
     
  3. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    In my opinion: Wynn buffet, Wicked Spoon, and Bellagio buffet, probably in that order
     
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    smerrian Low-Roller

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    Bacchanal and Wynn are the top two IMHO. But just a side question: Why would you want to go to an expensive buffet (dinner for one about $80 including tax and tip) if you can only eat very lightly? For the same (or less) money you can have your own seafood dish made personally for you at a very good restaurant.
     
  5. eaglejohn

    eaglejohn High-Roller

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    won't get any BOGO on top buffets. Don't know what bogos you have.
     
  6. CinnamintStick

    CinnamintStick High-Roller

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    I think Sterling Brunch has the best seafood, highest quality.
     
  7. Rodent Pack

    Rodent Pack S.S. Minnow

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    ^ +1...Sterling is the best, but only offered on Sundays.

    For a everyday brunch I would list Bacchanal and Wynn.
     
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    reen1962 Low-Roller

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    We purchased a Groupon for the Bacchanal breakfast for 49% off. That's as close to BOGO as you can get. We will be using it this Friday morning!
     
  9. Chloe

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    Bacchanal was amazing but I'm also not a big eater. I can eat a ton over the course of the day but not at one time lol So for the hefty price tag I would avoid the buffet unless your party really wants to go.
     
  10. eaglejohn

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    Been discussed on here and is not considered a great deal. Only good part is VIP line. Better deal if you got it with 25% off code. Must be used M-F and before 10am. LVA has coupon for $10 off Caesars buffets(2 people)
     
  11. Chloe

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    I saw on another forum you can use the code BIG DEAL if you open a new groupon account and get $30 off the price they have.
     
  12. Loverboy

    Loverboy Low-Roller

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    Yes agree. Good point
     
  13. vegasjester

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    Bacchanal at CP, Wicked Spoon at Cosmo, Wynn Buffet

    Not worth the price for dinner imho. I prefer them for a late breakfast or early lunch when I only plan to eat two meals.
     
  14. rooster42000

    rooster42000 Low-Roller

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    Bacchanal is the best
     
  15. trellaine

    trellaine Low-Roller

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    buffet prices?

    Just curious if I can find the current prices of all the different buffets offered on the strip etc? break/lunch/dinner.

    Thanks
     
  16. UKFanatic

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    In the past I have seen that LasVegasAdvidsor maintains this kind of list. I have no idea how accurate or up to date it is, however
     
  17. trellaine

    trellaine Low-Roller

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    oh ok ill go have a look thank u
     
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    Our top three would be: 1. Bacchanal at Caesars 2. Cosmo Wicked Spoon 3. Wynn
     
  19. trellaine

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    Would this be for breakfast? Lunch? Dinner?

    Thanks
     
  20. ardee

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    All depends on your definition of "Best." For us, "Best" means a combination of value and quality. That means Studio B at M Resort takes the top spot hands down.
     
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