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Easter Brunch/Dinner

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by mlaine55, Mar 15, 2016.

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  1. mlaine55

    mlaine55 Tourist

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    I was in Vegas once for Thanksginving & there were many places that prepared special menus for Thanksgiving dinner. Is it the same for Easter & can you recommend somewhere?
     
  2. TomTWI

    TomTWI High-Roller

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    Where are you staying? It's been a couple years since I was in LV for Easter but last time most places had special Easter brunches. Usually this means bigger selection, much higher prices, Mimosas maybe better meat at carving station. I remember waiting over too hours for Caesars brunch one Easter Sunday.

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    I have eaten at the Sterling Brunch on Easter. They take reservations which I encourage you to have at any good sit down restaurant. Skip the buffets as the lines will be horrible. I recall walking from Paris to Bally's for the SB and seeing the Paris buffet line going way, way down the walkway.
     
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    We are staying at the Embassy suites by the convention center. We have a car, so....any restaurant that you would suggest?
     
  5. TomTWI

    TomTWI High-Roller

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    A few years ago (about 5) we had the Easter brunch at the Renaissance Hotel. This would be just a couple blocks North of where you are staying. You need to make reservations, they had a couple different seatings. Food and service was good to very good. I would call and ask I'm not sure on price or if they still have it.

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    Certainly agree to the need for a reservation for a Easter brunch. The lines are bad enough on a regular day. The Sterling Brunch is completely booked. We've been to ENVY at the Renaissance and it was pretty good for dinner, but I don't know about their brunch.

    You should really book soon as many of the restaurants that take reservations will be sold out.

    Happy Easter!!
     
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