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Buffet pricing?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Colesc15, May 24, 2017.

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  1. Colesc15

    Colesc15 High-Roller

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    looking for a list of prices for different buffets on the strip. We'll be staying at treasure Island and in Vegas for the first time so looking for food options. Buffets near by with pricing would be good, as well as other options for the two of us. We're there for our one year anniversary and neither are picky eaters.
     
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    In that area of the Strip I prefer the buffet ar the Mirage. Runner up would be Harrahs. Both are around $30.

    I would skip the buffets at Ti (especially) and also PHo and Paris.

    For a splurge, consider Bachannal at CP (around $55). I haven't tried Wynn or Bellagio.
     
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    TI has a decent buffet
     
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    Not too far off the Strip is Gold Coast. They have a good buffet (In my opinion anyway). I think the price is around $11 for lunch & 15 for Dinner. You can a free shuttle from Harrah's to Rio, which is right across the street from Gold Coast.
     
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    For a cheap buffet the Gold Coast has really good prime rib. There is also a BOGO coupon in the LVA book.
     
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    if you are not picky, then the bland Boyd's (Orlean's / Gold Coast) should suffice. it's a fair deal with coupon.
     
  8. AndyAkeko

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    There's currently a Groupon for the buffet at Harrah's that includes an all-you-can-drink package for $59 (for two). Includes a line pass. Also $36 for breakfast or $47 for lunch. Expires July 1.
     
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    All of the Boyd/Station places are decent and if you temper your expectations you'll enjoy them and all are reasonable in cost. Just don't expect haute cuisine.
     
  10. philvie

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    The Orleans buffet is being renovated so I would avoid that one.
     
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