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Easter Weekend

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by vegasobsessed, Jan 21, 2013.

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  1. vegasobsessed

    vegasobsessed Tourist

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    We will be in Vegas on Easter Sunday. I'm sure all the restaurants/buffets will be crazy during brunch hours, but will things taper off by late lunch/dinner time?
     
  2. drummerboy

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    We are there Easter Sunday too. Looking forward to some replies.
     
  3. triplesevens

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    Same here :)
     
  4. heatherlovesvegas

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    I was there on Easter last year, it was pretty mild actually. Not really that busy at all. As with almost any Sunday in Vegas, that's when people are leaving. So it should be fine.
     
  5. Funkhouser

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    Wife and I did easter Weekend in 2011, agree with above poster. Crowds were not that bad by Vegas standards. We ate late brunch at PHo Spice Market Buffet and found the lines very reasonable.

    For Dinner we headed down to Harrahs at Flavors @ Harrahs. Lines in the evening around 6pm Vegas were lighter.

    Brunch 11am to 3pm seems to be heavier on Easter weekend since they usually have a bigger holiday food spread. Casino lines and crowds thin out early after noon since the west coasters head home, and the casinos turn over rooms. Typically no large conventions crowds are coming in Easter Sunday evening.
     
  6. Wido78

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    I am curious how this Easter will compare to others as it is also the 2nd week of the NCAA tourney.
     
  7. captainron62

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    We were there last year Easter weekend. To tell you the truth we didnt even remember it was Easter Sunday until about half way thru the day. It was really mellow, a few signs on buffets about specials was the only difference.
     
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    We were also in Vegas for 2012 Easter...had a FANTASTIC meal at the Sterling Buffet....but this year we are arriving on Easter morning...around 10-10:30am.....so may try the buffet at Caesar's.....hope it's not too crowded.
     
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    Yea you don't get a day off work for Easter, so I'd imagine it'd be the normal Friday-Sunday crowd they have every weekend.
     
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