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M Resort Buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by BlueGlass, Jan 23, 2019.

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  1. BlueGlass

    BlueGlass Tourist

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    Now that the M Hotel has new owners, are there any changes to their wonderful weekend Seafood Buffet?
     
  2. zignerlv

    zignerlv High-Roller

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    The M has been owned by Penn National since 2010, so there has been no recent change in ownership.

    They are in the process of migrating to a new slot club now that Penn acquired Pinnacle late last year.
     
  3. azbob

    azbob Low-Roller

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    It had a dip in quality, but it is back to being decent again. I wouldn't set my sights too high. They have also raised the number of points needed for a comped buffet if that matters to you. Just about every change they have made at the M has been for the worse. One optimistic note is they are finally getting rid of the sportsbook vendor and bringing in William Hill.
     
  4. YoungGun

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    It’s a decent buffet, but the price is high. We ate there around mid-afternoon a couple of Sundays ago and we were surprised that their brunch ended so early and it is the seafood dinner the rest of the day. The price we paid was actually higher than the Bellagio brunch buffet and would have only been $2 less than the Bellagio gourmet dinner. Also, even though we paid dinner prices, not all the dinner items were out yet even though it was several hours into dinner pricing. We saw some items being changed out as we were leaving. Not a huge selection of seafood; the sushi was just 4 types of rolls. What was there was above average or better, but for $43 I felt it wasn’t a good value.
     
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