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EDC1977
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Re: Bucket list buffet

Post by EDC1977 »

@Mightwin: You've been in and around the LV area enough to know both the good and bad buffets. I know I have. I won't comment other than y'all need to try the Sterling. It's better to splurge rather than penny-pinch your way through a bad setup.

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Post by mightwin »

Heading back on the 19th of August. Can't wait.

I keep reading reviews just for fun. I get upset at the lousy reviews. My guess is either they want to try to get a free meal, or the people are even more negative than me in their outlook on life.

Every one has a bad day. The beauty of a buffet is if you don't like something, you leave it on your plate and go back for another choice.

One reviewer said their champagne glass was empty for 3 minutes - heaven forbid. I'm guessing there was more than just that person in the restaurant. It's always packed when I go.

I'll report back honestly from my next visit.

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Post by EDC1977 »

Good luck on your August trip and yes, please report. May the poker gods smile upon you.

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Post by Galeygoo »

Heading back on the 19th of August. Can't wait
You must LOVE the heat... I never consider Vegas from mid-May thru Sept-end... My plans for 9/30 thru 10/4 fell through but will report on my dining experience whenever I have a chance to get there CAN'T WAIT!!!!

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Post by mightwin »

I lived in Las Vegas for a few years. You go from the air conditioned apartment, to the air conditioned car, to the air conditioned destination. 130 degrees in some of the parking garages - but hopefully it's only a short walk to the elevator.

In the spring I went to a bakery outlet - they had potholders on the door. I told the clerk - how cute that is. She said come back in a month. Meaning you'd burn your hand on the handles.

It's 99 degrees today in Albuquerque. What's another 15 degrees? The difference is a swamp cooler versus real air conditioning.

I'm still looking forward to my dinner and Las Vegas trip. Hope you get to go soon after.

Royals for everyone.

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Post by Mrsfrog »

Planning a trip to Las Vegas to meet up with my youngest. Suggestions on good buffet. My son is not a fan of "fine dining". We are planning to do the Tournament of Kings diner theater. But no other plans for food.

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Post by mightwin »

The Sterling Brunch is only on Sundays. It's expensive, but worth it. Lobster, shrimp, crab legs, filet mignon, lamb chops, chicken, salmon, some sushi, salads, lovely desserts.

I also like the Wynn's buffet or Terrace Cafe (their coffee shop) for great food. The M's buffet is great - but it's well away from the strip towards California. You go a few miles past Luxor, past South Coast, and keep going. My hidden gem is the steak house in the Fremont - 2nd Street Grill right next to the Tony Roma's.

This trip I hope to try the Peppermill and Bobby Flay's burger joint.

Royals for everyone.

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Post by advantage playe »

maybe!!!!!!!!

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Post by advantage playe »

I will b there maybe. sounds v good












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