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What about an over the top ice cream bar/buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by fischer, Jul 18, 2017.

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  1. fischer

    fischer Low-Roller

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    I haven't heard of a specialized ice cream buffet yet. I know ice cream is available but is there something that wow's you?
     
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    Cold Stone Creamery :licklips: is the closest I've experienced to that, but not in Vegas!

    RICHARD
     
  3. vegaskid74

    vegaskid74 High-Roller

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    Yes please.
     
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    Actually, I love the little ice cream shop at Sams Town, but it's not really over the top.
     
  5. fischer

    fischer Low-Roller

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    Tell me about it. Is it stand alone or in a restaurant? Do you make your own ice cream/ sundaes?
     
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    It's pretty much a traditional ice cream shop, located just off the casino floor. Stand-alone, open-air (to the interior) seating. Nothing fancy or wannabe-trendy, just very good. No, they make it.

    It's one of those not-a-chain places that puts the chain places to shame. I would say that it's the ice cream equivalent of the vanishing independent casino coffee shop.
     
  7. The Rumor

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    The place in front of Monte Carlo has huge ice cream stuff IIRC. The Creamery or whatever its called
     
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    I enjoy Luv-it Frozen Custard on Oakley & The Strip (near the Stratosphere ).
     
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    Love that place! Best ice cream I've had in Vegas. (I believe it's called BLVD Creamery but I'm not 100%)
     
  10. ChilliPalmer

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    CREAM off strip. Stands for Cookies Rule Everything Around Me (Wu Tang lol). They have fresh baked cookies and ice cream galore. You make sandwiches with cookie, brownie, doughnut. Check out the reviews. Great and unique place.
     
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    I've always wondered if it was possible to sell a cheaper buffet entry just for dessert and coffee/drink service.
     
  12. The Rumor

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    probably tough to manage given the potential for theft, plus they want you to pay up for the whole thing. Pricing might also be terrible because they might assume you'd eat dessert for your whole meal.
     
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