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Sunday Brunch

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by beckatron, May 11, 2012.

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  1. beckatron

    beckatron Newbie

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    Our plane arrives at 10:35 on Sunday morning, June 3rd. We are staying at the Mirage. After we get checked-in I am sure we will be hungry. I was thinking we might want to try the buffet at Bellagio or I have heard good things about Wynn. Which would you recommend? Are we likely to have a really long wait either place by the time we could arrive there?
     
  2. arkansas grandma

    arkansas grandma Tourist

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    I haven't tried either but have heard awesome things about Wynn's. I would suggest you make a reservation if possible for maybe 1pm or so, maybe a littler earlier. You can always change it.
     
  3. Bommen

    Bommen High-Roller

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    Wynn is better IMO but dont think u will be dissapointed with neither. If u want to splurge a little extra i heard good things about the country club jazz brunch @wynn. Cant vouch for it myself since i haven'nt tried it but im looking forward to do so this summer.
     
  4. djegators

    djegators Low-Roller

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    I've done many many trips to Vegas, and Sunday Champagne Brunch is always one of the things I enjoy most. Last trip, which happened to be my gf first trip, we splurged and did the Sterling Brunch. It was amazing, and well worth it, but not something we would likely do again. I have been considering Wynn and Bellagio myself for our upcoming trip. Always enjoyed Bellagio in the past, so I know that will be a success, and have heard nothing but good about Wynn, so we will probably do that as it will be new to me as well.
     
  5. kiwiboy1

    kiwiboy1 Low-Roller

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    I couple of other chooses:

    Wynn Country club has a Jazz Brunch
    Border Grill at Mandalay Bay has an upscale Mexican Brunch
    Jasmine at Bellagio has a fountains Brunch

    All of the above are better, but pricier than the buffet brunch at Bellagio and Wynn (actually Border grill is only $30 which is a bargain!)

    Simon at the Palms is also an option if you have transportation
     
  6. Candy Apple

    Candy Apple VIP Whale

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    Or for half the price of Border Grill you can eat at the Palms Margarita Brunch.
     
  7. sandc4e

    sandc4e Low-Roller

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    We're thinking about the Jasmine Brunch on May 27th - heard nothing but fabulous things.

    Sheila
     
  8. wigwam_salesman

    wigwam_salesman VIP Whale

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    I think I'll try the Sterling Brunch next time I go then. I'm going with a friend who hasn't been to Vegas before so it should be good.
     
  9. heatherlovesvegas

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    Border Grill Brunch is yummy, and I like the nice patio. That's one of my favorite restaurants, ever. Their brunch is all you can eat I think.

    Bouchon at the Venetian yummy! Probably the best breakfast in Vegas.

    also I've never tried it but I want to have brunch at the Country Club at the Wynn.

    IMO buffets are a waste in Vegas. You can have a nice sit down meal with no stupid lines for the same price.
     
  10. C0usineddie

    C0usineddie VIP Whale

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    So I guess a case of beer and a couple fried twinkies are not your idea of a sunday brunch.
     
  11. littlepiggie

    littlepiggie VIP Whale

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    So many amazing choices. I have only been the the brunch at Simon and It is absolutely amazing. I want to try all the others but I only get one sunday brunch a trip. I however notice the one at bordergrill is saturday and sunday
     
  12. Junkyard Hog

    Junkyard Hog Low-Roller

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    We really enjoyed the Sterling Brunch at Bally's.
     
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