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First time in Vegas- places to eat?

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First time in Vegas- places to eat?

my boyfriend and i are going to Vegas for a week in December and staying in the mandalay bay hotel. What is the breakfast buffet like there? I've heard it's expensive. Where's the best breakfast that side of the strip? And where's the best place for a steak at a reasonable price (in the uk this would be around £20-30 each?)

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1. Re: First time in Vegas- places to eat?

For best breakfast relatively near to you (ie not at the W/E or V/P), Bellagio Buffet, or MonAmiGabi. Charlie Palmers at the Four Seasons has a cut of the week special. Check their webiste for the week that you are there. It is a three course meal, with bottomless wine pairings for $48pp. Sometimes the entree is steak, sometimes not. The atmosphere and service are both top notch, and it won't break the bank.

Have a great Trip!

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2. Re: First time in Vegas- places to eat?

The buffet has just about everything you would want for breakfast. It is about $17 with tax. The Orleans and Goldcoast also have nice buffet breakfasts for $7-8 dollars that I enjoy.

Man Bay also have Raffles Cafe but if I have cereal and fruit as well as the cooked breakfast it would cost $25. Man Bay in general is expensive. The Luxor buffet would be a couple of dollars less. Luxor has a food court with a McD and the Pyramid Cafe is nice.

I usually go for the Man Bay buffet and have a nice breakfast in a nice setting. I do not usually have Lunch or Dinner there. If I was staying at the Luxor I would try there Cafe or Buffet. But then it is not that far to walk.

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Talk a walk over to the Luxor and have breakfast at the Pyramid Cafe. It is a great place for breakfast.

The best place for steak is N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms. Assuming that you will have a rental car, exit onto Las Vegas Blvd. and turn left. Take this to Tropicana and turn left. Cross over I-15 and turn right onto Dean Martin Dr. As you pass through the intersection of Dean Martin Dr. and Jerry Lewis Way, have a laugh at the irony of it all. When you get to Hotel Rio Dr., make a left be sure to stay in the left lane. This will take you to Flamingo Rd., where you will take another left. Take this directly to the Palms, which will be on your left. Turn left into the Palms and valet park your car.

Upon entering the main entrance of the Palms, head directly to your left. This will take you right to N9NE.

Enjoy!

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4. Re: First time in Vegas- places to eat?

Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas has a great breakfast buffet

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5. Re: First time in Vegas- places to eat?

Just realized that you were looking for a breakfast buffet on that side of the strip , Paris is not on that side but if you want to venture out Le Village Buffet at Paris is a good choice

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6. Re: First time in Vegas- places to eat?

I will second the reccomendation for the Mon Ami Gabi bistro/steakhouse at the Paris casino. My family and I first ate their about 10 years ago, and now it is a mandatory to revisit each trip. Tried the steakhouse at Bally's last trip, and it is very good, but a little more pricey than MAG.

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7. Re: First time in Vegas- places to eat?

Wicked Spoon at Cosmopolitan and the Bellagio Buffet are the 2 i recommend. Wicked Spoon is brunch daily so it opens a little later but the Bellagio and Wynn buffet are also very good.

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8. Re: First time in Vegas- places to eat?

Love the breakfast/brunch buffet at Bellagio!! Excellent!

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9. Re: First time in Vegas- places to eat?

Hash house at the Quad for breakfast. Good prices huge portions!!!

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