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Wynn or Caesars Sunday buffet?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by kartking, Sep 22, 2016.

  1. kartking

    kartking Low-Roller

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    want to take my gf who is a little bit of a foodie to a nice sunday brunch
    dont want to break the bank so Ballys buffet brunch is out
    we r going to eat at Aria one day seeing how we r staying there and going to try Cosmo wicked spoon buffet one day so which one would u pick for a sunday brunch buffet......wynn or caesars?
     
  2. erica1025

    erica1025 Low-Roller

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    I've only been to Wynn for brunch (several years ago) and it was good. I've been to Caesars on memorial day weekend for dinner and I thought it was really over priced.

    Just want to throw out another option - Border Grill has unlimited small plates that are amazing ($35) and you can get unlimited mimosas for $10. Thats become my go-to weekend brunch place when I'm in vegas.
     
  3. Lady Fortuna

    Lady Fortuna High-Roller

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    Hi kartking,

    Sorry I have no answer for your question, but I do have a suggestion as well. As you're going with your girlfriend, maybe Sunday Gospel brunch at House of Blues, Mandalay Bay is an original option. Brunch and a show at ones.
     
  4. gotChopin

    gotChopin Low-Roller

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    Wynn for the win.
    Caesars for Caesar salad.

    No. Kidding.
    But yes. I do recommend Wynn for buffet.
     
  5. DaiLun

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    Yeah, the Wynn buffet, and if you don't have a line pass be prepared to wait for at least 90 minutes. My Aunt and I ate there on my January trip. Here's what was in my notes:

    "Made a quick walk through of Cosmopolitan and went down to the Wynn. At 10 minutes to 8 (they open at 8), the line was "30 minutes" long. I timed it and when they opened the line, it took us 30 minutes to be seated. I reminded my Aunt that I don't normally go to buffets unless I had a line pass."

    As I recall, when they started at 8 the line had more people behind us than ahead of us. There was no one in the buffet since it had just opened.
     
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  6. kartking

    kartking Low-Roller

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    I do have a show and brunch booked for sat morning just wanted something a little more better with great food and ambiance for sunday brunch
    i was always leaning towards Wynn for brunch.....might try Caesars for lunch one day......
    The small plates at Border Grill is also a great idea...we both luv Mexican food :)
     
  7. KKB

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    I have done Caesars twice & find it to be an excellent buffet--but it is a bit more expensive than Wynn.
    Have you considered Cosmo? It is my 2nd fav buffet, then Aria.
    I don't pay full price for any of these--I don't find them a value for full price.
     
  8. XKxRome0ox

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    your gf is "a little bit of a foodie"... and you're going to eat at 3 buffets?
    i just found that a bit amusing

    caesars palace bacchanal buffet is great
    but it's expensive and the lines are ridiculously long
     
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    Wynn was amazing
     
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    kartking Low-Roller

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    how do u get them if u don't pay full price?


    how do u get them if u don't pay full price?
     
  11. XKxRome0ox

    XKxRome0ox Tourist

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    spend reward credits on your player card
    backend comp after charging to your room
    groupon type deals
    myvegas rewards (for Mlife buffets)

    many ways
     
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    Marriott Platinum members also get a 15% discount at wicked spoon at Cosmo.
     
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