Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by lp670lambo, Feb 13, 2017.
What's your opinion. Price doesn't matter, just quality of food. Location doesn't matter either.
If cost isn't an option, and you don't need a strip-view patio to sit at, the Sterling Brunch at BLT/Bally's is probably the way to go.
We are big Border Grill brunch fans - $35 for unlimited small plates and $10 add on for bottomless mimosas.
We love the Jazz Brunch at Wynn Country Club.
not the best. But best dollar per dollar MSS $11.99 on weekends is pretty good
I enjoy the Mirage champagne brunch buffet when I can use a 2 for 1 MyVegas reward or a LVA coupon
What is MSS
What brunch has a strip view?
This sounds interesting.
Price doesnt matter? are we sure about this?
Sterling Brunch is as high as we can go, so that's why I say that.
The Wicked Spoon at Cosmo does a great brunch, and bottomless mimosas/Bloody Marys can be added on for a price.
I've heard Golden Nugget has a good champagne brunch too.
MSS is Main Street Station, downtown.
I may have been to that like 15 years ago. Or maybe it was the Plaza.
I wouldn't have thought of these.
Anyone tried Monte Carlo's brunch? Saw it mentioned on a couple lists. Said it's much better than the lunch/dinner options there.
Is the MGM's just totally generic/average? Haven't seen a single positive review out there.
Veranda at The Four Seasons - their weekend brunch has an option ($) to add unlimited mimosas and sangria.
Bardot Brasserie at Aria.
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