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We leave home @ 5am arriving LV 10:30-ish (12:30 our time) on a Sunday. We don't normally do buffets, but anticipate being starved once we get into town.

I have searched previous posts, but wondering what is good currently. We ate at Paris a while back, but heard the crowds are bad with the $39.99 deal going and that the quality has suffered.

We are staying at Bellagio, but our traveling companions have a car - so open to all areas.

Thanking the experts in advance!

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Bellagio
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV

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  1. For standard buffets, the top of the charts are Wynn, Bellagio, and Spice Market at Planet Hollywood. I've eaten at the latter two and thought that Bellagio's was the better one. Perchance I'll hit Wynn for lunch on my next trip up.

    Since you are arriving on a Sunday morning, you do have the option of Sunday brunch. The Sterling Brunch at Bally's is the grande dame of them, with free-flowing champagne (real champagne, not California sparkling wine!), and lobster and caviar on the buffet line. If you thought people hovered around the crab legs stations, just wait until you see how it is with the lobsters... The downside of Sterling is the price, a whopping $85 before tax and tip. Bellagio offers a Fountains Brunch starting at 11 in Jasmine. While I haven't had the chance to sample it, praise has been near universal.

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    Bellagio
    3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV

    Planet Hollywood
    3667 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

    1. I've heard quite a few very good things about the buffet at the M. Haven't been able to try it myself, but from what I hear, it's quite good.

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      1. re: girlawesome

        Studio B buffet at the M Resort gets high marks from the locals, probably because they're always getting some kind of offers. High points are their seafood buffet, free beer and wine, cappucino & espresso and a pretty good dessert offering.

        1. re: girlawesome

          Our one experience at the M was disappointing. We posted our perspecitve on this visit on 19 June 2010. Here's the link

          http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/7152...

        2. Never a had a Sunday brunch buffet, but if it's dinner definitely the Wynn or Bellagio.

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          Bellagio
          3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV

          1. I'm a Spice Market fan. It's less expensive than Bellagio, and while the offerings may not be quite as tony, they are very, very close. Overall quality was excellent, and, surprisingly, so was the service. Not something I would even think about, but the guy handling our table was terrific.

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            Bellagio
            3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV