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Bottomless mimosa brunch

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Jesse, Jun 6, 2019.

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  1. Jesse

    Jesse Tourist

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    looking for a brunch that offers bottomless mimosa. We have already been to Mon Ami Gabi, Hexx, and sterling brunch.
     
  2. airball1996

    airball1996 High-Roller

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    Herringbone at Aria.
     
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  3. salukidean

    salukidean High-Roller

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    I like the Pub at Tuscany Casino. They have 7 different flavors of mimosas and the lobster Benedict is awesome. You don’t hear much about it but their Sunday brunch is a hidden jewel.
     
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  4. spdandpwr

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    La cave at Wynn. Amazing food served butler style so you'll fill up plus bottomless drinks. You can also switch between your bottomless drinks. I was pleasantly surprised at the quality. Plus it has outdoor seating.
     
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  5. Rodent Pack

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    AFAIK most, if not all, of the buffets have the optional add-on for bottomless mimosas.
     
  6. DoctorD

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    At first I thought this was an After Dark post.
    I’m thinking who wants to drink mimosas without pants on?
    Sounds kind of different, but whatever floats your boat.

    Been a long day

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  7. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    I love the Herringbone brunch. Lakeside at Wynn is also excellent.
     
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    I'm thinking that all depends on who's drinking mimosas with me, without pants on!
     
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    Border Grill has one you can opt into, as well.
     
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  10. Adepizza

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    I second the Border Grill
     
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    Lago at Bellagio
     
  12. Seestar Vegas

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    Tom's Urban has them every day for about $20 from 7am-2pm. From my experience they keep them flowing, and have always given us one to go!
    For the best deal, Freedom Beat at the Downtown Grand has bottomless mimosas and bloody marys for $12 every day of the week, and it drops to $10 for weekend brunch from 10am-2pm.
    MTO downtown and Hard Rock Cafe also has them for $20.
    If anyone else has others I'm always keeping tabs!
     
  13. Vegas Erica

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    Seconding Border Grill and Herringbone for brunch!
    My most recent visit, Border Grill was unlimited mimosas but they gave us a bottle of sparkling wine at a time (there were 3 of us). We stayed for hours, it was amazing!
     
  14. Vegas Erica

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    Have you been? I'm interested in giving Freedom Beat a chance for a weekend brunch since I'll be downtown. Last time I asked, people gave mixed reviews which is why I'm curious.
     
  15. Vegas Erica

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    Oops, duplicate!
     
  16. rooster42000

    rooster42000 Brady, The Goat of all Goats. repeat LVI- #8

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    Herringbone is my favorite
     
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    I have been to freedom beat, last fall! We did the weekend brunch but didn’t do the AYCE. The food we got was tasty enough, and $10 for bottomless mimosas/bloodys was pretty amazing. Will be back again this weekend for round two!
     
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  18. Kellywest

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    Salukidean had me with Lobester Benedict! Yummy!
     
  19. Sprocket

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    lombardi's in the miracle miles shop has bottomless mimosas as well
     
  20. Nevyn

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    Almost all of the buffets do it for weekend brunch I think. Certainly the CET ones, and MSS downtown

    On the pricier side, I think Wynn used to offer a sunday brunch at Lakeside, booze not included, but a seperate 65 dollar surcharge for Veuve Clicquot mimosas bottomless.
     
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