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Cheap but good Sunday Brunch

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Booboo731 Nov 8, 2012 08:04 AM

I'm headed to Vegas with a party of 12, some are senior citizens! While I can easily see paying $40+ for a fantastic brunch, these seniors would never do that, nor would they eat $40 worth of food! Any suggestions near or on the strip for Sunday lunch or brunch that doesn't cost an arm and a leg? American or Italian cuisine would suit them best. Thanks for helping out a foodie traveling with cheap-os! They'd rather put the money in a penny slot machine!

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    Eric RE: Booboo731 Nov 8, 2012 09:29 AM

    How much are you looking to spend per person? Also, will you have car(a) available or are you going to use cabs/public transportation?

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      Booboo731 RE: Eric Nov 8, 2012 10:05 AM

      Definitely will have cars available. I'm guessing less than $30 per person for breakfast or brunch. We are going to Piero's the prior evening for dinner, so I suspect everyone will be pretty full from that!

      Thanks for your help!

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      kagemusha49 RE: Booboo731 Nov 8, 2012 01:04 PM

      Here is a link to Las Vegas buffets with prices and a description of what they specialize in http://www.vegas4locals.com/lasvegasb...

      There are many that are less than $40 on or off the Strip. The Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan is listed at $23 and many people here have posted positive things about it. Even cheaper would be the buffet at Monte Carlo. I have not eaten at any Las Vegas buffet recently.
      I would googling the individual casino buffets once you have narrowe down the list as these prices seem to be out of date - you'll get up to date prices at the casino website or from a recent review. (Wicked spoon $35, Monte Carlo $22)

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        westie RE: kagemusha49 Nov 9, 2012 03:39 AM

        I recommend DW Bistro where you order off the menu and it should come in well under $30 per person.

        http://www.dwbistro.com/resources/pdf...

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