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Best Sunday Brunch in Vegas?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by blkshirt, Nov 21, 2016.

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  1. blkshirt

    blkshirt High-Roller

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    So, while it is some time away, my wife is a teacher and one of her co-workers is retiring after this school year. So in June, there will be a group of us making the trip to Vegas. Not sure how many yet, but well that doesn't really matter. One of the things we plan on doing as a group is hitting up a Sunday Brunch. We are departing that Sunday morning and getting in around 10:30-Noon depending on flights (still haven't booked anything but that's not the point).

    In doing some research we were looking at some of the following:

    - Wynn (Non-Jazz) Sunday Brunch
    - Cosmo Wicked Spoon Sunday Brunch
    - Sterling Sunday Brunch at Bally's

    We were all leaning towards Wynn just because none of us had been there before and for the extra $19 getting the drinks was a plus. Bally's looks awesome, but maybe a little too expensive (I know you get free champagne but can you order Bloody Mary's, beer, etc???), and Wicked Spoon is Wicked Spoon...

    What are some of your favorites and why?

    Thanks in advance for the help!
     
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    Border Grill Weekend Brunch is something to check out. Non-traditional brunch food, unlimited small plates. I have gone a couple of times with various groups of people and everyone has always enjoyed it. I think it was like $10 or $15 for unlimited mimosas, which when I went last they had 6 different types that day.
     
  3. wellmel

    wellmel Low-Roller

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    I was totally going to say Border Grill as well ^^^^

    $35 buffet, $10 extra for bottomless mimosas
     
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    I'm a big fan of the Sterling Brunch and we have had Bloody Mary's as part of the cost, but with the unlimited Perrier Jouet we try to limit the number of other drinks. It is expensive, but with the quality of food, we feel it's a very good value.

    Another key point for us is that we can make reservations allowing us to avoid the, sometimes, very long lines at other buffets.
     
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    You pretty much summed it all up, Rodent Pack.
     
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    Jazz Brunch
     
  7. blkshirt

    blkshirt High-Roller

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    How does it differ from the regular Sunday brunch at Wynn?
     
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    Junkyard Hog High-Roller

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    The Jazz Brunch is at Wynn Country Club. Nicer setting and better food than the regular buffet at Wynn.
     
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    irmster Low-Roller

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    Another call for Jazz brunch at Wynn. Lovely setting overlooking the golf course and you can sit outside (when it's warm enough). Food is very decent but rather informal (check the Wynn website for the menu). Most importantly it's not a buffet so the food, ambiance, value, pretty much everything is better.
     
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