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Best Sunday Brunch on strip

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by prodaddy, Jul 17, 2019.

  1. prodaddy

    prodaddy Low-Roller

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    Cannot get into the Sterling....for Sunday upcoming, what do you recommend for brunch (not House of Blues) that has drink option? Staying at Mirage.
    Thanks in advance....
     
  2. Universal

    Universal High-Roller

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    Bardot Brasserie in Aria. Get the French toast and thank me later.
     
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  3. Niteshade

    Niteshade VIP Whale

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    Check with Bellagio and see if Jasmin is still going on Sundays.
    It used to be fantastic. I'd also check into Herringbone Brunch Buffet at Aria.
    I am partial to Bacchanal for Sunday Brunch - but Jasmin is a specialty buffet as is Herringbone.
    Thought since you were asking about Sterling you might prefer one of those. Any of the 3 are good.
     
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  4. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Herringbone and Jazz Brunch @ Lakeside are my favorites. I try to hit one of these on each trip.

    Bardot, Bouchon and Tableau are also excellent, IMO.
     
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  5. Kisby

    Kisby Low-Roller

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    Paris Le Village buffet has a groupon if you're economically-minded. A very good buffet that includes drinks. My wife likes the custom crepes!
     
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    Border Grill brunch at Mandalay Bay.

    Just saw that our trip countdowns are quite similar... haha.
     
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  7. HuskerBB

    HuskerBB High-Roller

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    Lago at Bellagio.

    Watch the fountains go every 15 minutes, enjoy great food with all you can eat deserts and bottomless drink options.
     
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    aspenq Tourist

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    Herringbone with their unlimited Veuvet/Moët champagne options (since you mentioned drink option).
     
  9. rooster42000

    rooster42000 Patriots #1

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    Herringbone is great , Sterling is a rip off.
     
  10. lordbodom

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    What are the drink and desert options? Went to their site but had a problem navigating.
     
  11. AlPal

    AlPal Vegas Addict

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    Depends how you look at it. I can easily eat $100+ worth of just king crab and lobster (done it many times at home and in restaurants). The champagne and everything else is essentially a bonus.
     
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  12. beuhner

    beuhner Low-Roller

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    If you line up 30-45 min. before Sterling opens you can usually get a seat at the bar. They leave those for walk-ins.
     
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  13. lordbodom

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    What’s the options at the herringbone? Would love to know what type of food they have. Seafood, crab, lobster perhaps? Checked the site and did t see much info. Is the 59 include drinks as well?

    Iv been to sterling and thought it was worth it. Wondering if this brunch offers similar options.
     
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  14. oghuman

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    I suggest you show up at Sterling Brunch about 10 minutes before opening time and offer to sit at the Bar. If you're lucky you may even get a table.
     
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