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Top 5 buffet in vegas for dinner and for lunch ?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by rooster42000, Sep 10, 2012.

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  1. rooster42000

    rooster42000 Low-Roller

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    i will be in vegas next week need help with buffets I am a buffet freak, just for lunch and for dinner no breakfast. A- 5 FOR DINNER 5 FOR LUNCH
     
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    Cannot go wrong with Bellagio, Wynn, and Spice Market. Looks like Caesar's new buffet that opens this week will be top tier as well. If you can travel, the M resort has an outstanding buffet at a great price. Rio should also get mention for its hugeness.
     
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    rooster42000 Low-Roller

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    top 5 buffets

    tks the ones you mention are dinner , ineed some for lunch.
     
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    Get a player's card at the Palms and get a delicious lunch bufet for only $7.99! Can't beat it!
     
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    djegators Low-Roller

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    Why can't you eat lunch at the places I mentioned?
     
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    rooster42000 Low-Roller

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    i can but there more dinner type like Ceasars is opening tomorrow they say the dinner is going to have 300 items , for lunch i prefer likre the Rio , harrahs ect ect ,the 5 you mention i like for dinner , the M buffet
    sounds great too.
     
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    In my opinion, Spice Market is a huge drop-off from Wynn or Bellagio. I walked out of Spice Market without eating because it was so gross.

    That said, I'm not a huge fan of buffets so perhaps my opinion doesn't hold much weight.
     
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    djegators Low-Roller

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    I admit, I have not been to Spice Market in some time, but I do remember it fondly.
     
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    Cosmo for lunch
     
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    I guess the question should be how much are you willing to eat and what are you looking for in a lunch compared to dinner? For us we found Orleans, Gold Coast, Rio and others offer about the same for lunch, it is dinner that we look for quality of the food. Spice Market was a big bust last November and this past April, we found quality food items at Bellagio, Wicked Spoon, even Orleans. The surprise in April was Paris buffet for breakfast and dinner.

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    Have ro agree for lunch and dinner.
     
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    I'm thinking of trying this one for brunch/lunch during our November trip. Looks yummy.
     
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    Top five would have to be Wynn, Bellagio, M Resort, Cosmo and though it's only been open a day or two, probably the Bacchanal at Caesers Palace. Honorable mention to Mirage.
     
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    i enjoyed the Mandaley Bay for lunch. When I buffet, I usually go Breakfast and Dinner. I like the Gold C. for BF, only so, so for lunch. mangia
     
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    The M resort is a great value because of the beer and wine included for $25.
    But the food is not in the same league as the Wynn, Bellagio, Cosmo and Aria.
    In the past the Village Seafood Rio would have been up there, not sure about now!
     
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    This is spot on. :thumbsup:
     
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    Personally i loved Cravings at Mirage . Great good.

    Aria Buffet is also good. Not to many fans here but i liked it.

    Why not Brunch at Main Street Station ????
     
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    Unfortunately, there isn't anything downtown that comes close to cracking the upper echelon of Vegas buffets.

    Also, the thread asks for dinner and lunch choices.
     
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