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New Updated Wynn Buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by mansam, Nov 23, 2015.

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  1. mansam

    mansam Tourist

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    Join us at The Buffet at Wynn, reopening today and revolutionizing the art of all-you-can-eat dining. The Carvery, Rotisserie, Street Food station, all-new Tapas station and a completely new dessert station are just a few of the highlights of this newly refreshed and enhanced experience.

    Cost is $42.99 per person Sunday-Thursday & $49.99 Friday - Saturday



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  2. hail2skins

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    How much of a price increase is that, if any, compared to what is was before it temporarily closed?
     
  3. mansam

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    hail, I think it's about a $10 bump in price. I'd be curious if any VMB'rs have tried it today. The steak looks pretty good!
     
  4. dvandentop

    dvandentop VIP Whale

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    I will be trying on my comp trip end of decber
     
  5. zignerlv

    zignerlv Low-Roller

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    It was $39.99 and $43.99 on the weekends. Apparently the food is not the only thing "refreshed".
     
  6. mansam

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    I think "lets do this" was in line today - hopefully she'll make some comments on it if she ended up getting in.
     
  7. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I walked past it this weekend and noticed they have new décor, new chairs, and the employees they were training there had new uniforms
     
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    i'll be there this weekend, but I don't think I'll make it to the buffet. I'll try but I have a better chance swimming in the pool than hitting the buffet this trip.
     
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    Royal Flusher Savvy Gambler

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    No more hot pink suits for the ladies?

    Thank God.
     
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    lol, I miss the hot pink! Of course, I have poor taste. So I got my neon blinding fill at Terrace Point Cafe instead
     
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    wernerw Low-Roller

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    Wow, nice price.
     
  12. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED !địt mẹ!

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    As the resident vagrant...are they still doing the "earn xx points, get a free buffet" promo?
    I'm going to try to get as many "free" buffets as I can in december
     
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    xman30 Low-Roller

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    Are those prices for all meals? Normally buffets have different prices for breakfast, lunch, & dinner. I just went to Wynn's website for the buffet & the only pricing info I see is for this Friday through Sunday.

    http://www.visitwynn.com/documents/The_Buffet_Thanksgiving.pdf?_ga=1.18418426.294996375.1448410218

    I'm currently planning on eating breakfast at the Wynn Buffet on Friday, December 18.

    xman30
     
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    Anyone else love that pic? For a good 3 minutes I imagined myself gnawing on that bone Fred Flintstone style, like the way my dog used to eat chicken or rib bones.
     
  15. mansam

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    LOL "Fred Flintstone gnawing on that bone" It would be great for carb counters with all that meat. That price of $44 & $49 can't be for lunch or breakfast ( I hope!) I may try it in about a week but I prefer Red 8~ I can't eat (& don't want to) that much food anymore! Buffets are for the "young!"
     
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