Post # 1
Fiance and I have booked our Las Vegas honeymoon. Neither of us have ever been and we’re super excited! I definitely want to check out a buffet after hearing so much about the huge, crazy buffet’s in Las Vegas- but I wanted to get opinions on which one is the best!
Post # 3
I think Bellagio is the best, but I also liked the one at the Mirage.
Post # 4
In my opinion, buffets are far better at brunch than at dinner. I’d do Mandalay Bay or Bellagio for brunch and skip the rest of the buffets. Avoid Excalibur, and Luxor is hit-or-miss.
The reason I steer clear of most Vegas buffets is that they are all about quantity and not about quality. You can choose from a hundred different things, which is all great and good fun, but none of those 100 things are going to be top notch. You’ll get “decent” chicken and “okay” steak, and a whole lot of “average” International choices. Nothing shines. Since the prices are not cheap, quality becomes that much more important and most of the buffets fail to deliver, especially since the economy tanked and business dropped off. Brunch at least tends to be turned over faster, so the chances of you getting super-fresh, high quality foods is higher.
Post # 6
The TI brunch buffet was so much fun — bottomless champagne, and after the first two rounds the waitress just brought us bottles for our table. The food isn’t bad either 🙂
I’ve eaten at the Bellagio buffet for dinner and wasn’t impressed except for desert, and Paris was pretty yummy but not memorable.
Post # 7
I really liked Paris for brunch.
Post # 8
Mmmm…bottomless champagne sounds pretty awesome to me 🙂
Thanks for the advice ladies.
Post # 9
Brunch at the bellagio is fantastic.