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Saturday Strip Brunch?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by TommyToledo, Dec 5, 2013.

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  1. TommyToledo

    TommyToledo Low-Roller

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    Where is the best Saturday brunch on the strip? Could be buffet or not. I wanted to do the Sterling but that's only available Sunday so looking at all options.
     
  2. RileyP

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    I haven't been here yet, but Border Grill (Mexican) at Mandalay Bay has an unlimited small plate brunch where you order off of a special menu, as many times as you care to, and the plates are brought to you.

    It is $34.99 and unlimited mimosas is an extra $8.00. I did receive a buy one get one free meal coupon when I signed up for the fan club, but I'm not sure if I can use it for the brunch. You can make a reservation right on their site as well.

    It has gotten very good reviews on tripadvisor and yelp, for what they are worth ...
     
  3. TommyToledo

    TommyToledo Low-Roller

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    Thank you! That place looks tremendous.
     
  4. kps

    kps High-Roller

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    Did Mirage Cravings Buffet with unlimited champagne on Saturday July 13, 2013. I want to say $39.99 + tax and auto gratuity since we had a group of 16. 5 minute wait to sit us all together.

    Very good spread for the group. went from eggs, to pizza to shrimp, etc. I am not an expert on Vegas buffetts but it did the job and the girls champagne glasses, some made into mimosas, were constantly full. They were happy, so the guys were happy.
     
  5. RodneyK

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    Have been to Border Grill for the brunch. It was very good.
     
  6. ah6tyfour

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    I talked 11 other people into going with me to brunch buffet at Border Grill because of all the praise the place gets. We all thought it was one of the most disappointing meals we've ever had (we're all people who love to eat). While it seems like a great deal, very few items tasted of restaurant quality. And almost every single dish comes with an over easy egg, which sounds awesome, but a person really can't eat that many eggs before getting sick of that taste.

    Of all the items on the menu, these were the ones I deemed "Restaurant caliber":
    -Shrimp and Grits
    -Skirt steak and eggs
    -Bread pudding french toast <--most impressive item on the menu
    -Fig and blue cheese quesadilla

    Everything else we ordered (we tried the entire menu) fell flat. Flavors were pretty muddled and really not worthy of being a dish. In the end, we each spent around $50 after tax and tip. This experience still gets brought up as one of our most disappointing meals.

    I would stick to the three special Sunday brunch buffets:
    MOzen Bistro
    Jazz Brunch at Wynn's Country Club
    Sterling Brunch at Bally's
     
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