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Sunday Brunch

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by littlepiggie, Nov 17, 2016.

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  1. littlepiggie

    littlepiggie VIP Whale

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    My mom is sick and I am taking her Vegas. She asked for Lobster for dinner and Sunday Brunch. What is the best brunch on sundays?
     
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    pikabu Low roller, but always enjoy the ride!

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    The Sterling Brunch at Bally's. My favourite Sunday brunch; has great lobster there.
     
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    You beat me to it. This. Lobster tail for days, filet mignon, caviar and free flowing perrier jouet.
     
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  4. littlepiggie

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    Sterling it is.
     
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    Just did Sterling Brunch this past Sunday. Lobster, King Crab, filet mignon.....can't beat it.

    Make a reservation NOW. It fills up.
     
  6. littlepiggie

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    Damn its full
     
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    It is a great brunch...I don't know what date you're looking to go to brunch, but I have read several reviews where people without reservations have been able to sit at the bar top and have given the brunch very high marks. If this would be possible to do with your mom you might want to consider doing this. If you have the time, read the reviews on TripAdvisor and Yelp.

    Another quick thought would be to call BLT directly rather than try booking the reservation through Open Table.

    Hope this works out for you.
     
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    Jazz Brunch at Wynn Country Club. We go every trip. For us, it's one of the best values of high end dining in Vegas.
     
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    The RIO buffet offers a $15 "sefood" upgrade, for dinner last week I paid (actually used diamond certificate) $34.99 for the base buffet and $15 for the seafood upgrade for a total of $49.99.

    What they do is if you purchase the seafood upgrade you are stamped with an invisible stamp (like disney does) that is visible in black light only. The seafood portion is at the far end of the buffet and you simply show your stamp to get access to that area. It has virtually every kind of seafood imaginable.
     
  11. Yall

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    I've wanted to do the sterling brunch for years, but it's only on Sunday's and we always fly out Sunday morning. :(
     
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