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startsev Jan 21, 2008 05:18 PM

I'm going to Vegas for my first time in late February. I'm planning dinners at Bouchon, B&B and maybes Lotus of Siam or Rosemary's.
My question is breakfast/brunch/lunch. I have read mixed things about Bellagio's Buffet, which I thought I would try. But now I'm not so sure
Can I get some recommendations for breakfast/brunch or lunch?

  1. Larry Jan 22, 2008 09:24 AM

    Another possibility is Tableau (at Wynn). Some of their better breakfast offerings: Kobe short ribs and eggs (a stacked, Benedict-like creation); poached eggs and duck hash. For lunch, I thought their Dungeness crab club sandwich was very good.

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      masstech Jan 22, 2008 07:48 AM

      If you are going to be here on a Sunday, I would recommend Bally's Sterling Brunch buffet which is not the same as their regular buffet. They serve lobster, very good champagne, beef tenderloin, and have excellent service (for a buffet).

      Another good choice is Verandah especially if you get their hash. I slightly prefer Wynn to Bellagio for breakfast buffets and both have moved ahead of Paris which has gone to larger batches of food to shave costs.

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        lvnvflyer Jan 22, 2008 06:43 AM

        Verandah at the Four Seasons does a great brunch/breakfast.

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          LongIslandChef Jan 21, 2008 05:23 PM

          Bouchon is also nice for brunch. I went there a couple of times earlier this month and liked it.

          That is of course if you don't mind going there more than once.

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            startsev Jan 21, 2008 05:26 PM

            I was torn about brunch vs. dinner. but I definitely don't want the same place for lunch as we're having dinner.

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              jwn Jan 23, 2008 12:21 PM

              i've had both brunch and dinner at bouchon. i've also had brunch at the verandah at the four seasons. although bouchon offers a great brunch, i have to give the edge to the verandah - i thought it was slightly better.

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