Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Easter Buffets in Las Vegas



Written by Tiffany Milligan – A Vegas Local

Easter brunch in Vegas - Easter Bunny and Basket
Photo Courtesy of Hans Splinter
“Here comes Peter Cotton Tail, hopping down the bunny trail…” What’s better than one blog about places to eat on Easter in Las Vegas? TWO blogs on the topic! Easter is getting closer so now I can do a little more leg work and dig into some menus (most aren’t publishing menus at all but serving their usual!) Easter brunch in Vegas is a force to be reckoned with… with the capability of inflicting major damage…to your waistline! Easter brunch in Las Vegas makes it worth holding off on the chocolate bunnies from your kids’ Easter baskets ; ) I have whittled down the list to the top 10 places to enjoy that Easter buffet in 2014…presented in no specific order!!!

Bayside Buffet at Mandalay Bay – Enjoy views of the casino’s water gardens while eating delectable pastries and baked goods - the muffins are HUGE and so tasty! Of course they’ll have an extra nice spread inclusive of everything from eggs to fruits to carved meats. Bayside has gotten some “not so nice” reviews on food quality but most recently they’ve been good. A nice buffet for a fair price.
Bistro Buffet at Palms – Continuously earning good marks for quality and service, this Easter brunch in Vegas will most likely have Mongolian BBQ and crab legs (they’re pretty well known for these)! Service is friendly and prompt.
The Buffet at Bellagio – YES! Thank you Bellagio for publishing your menu. Ever since I was a child I was told that if you only eat one “feast” in Vegas, eat The Buffet at Bellagio! This Easter they will be serving King and Snow crab legs, Bay Scallop Ceviche, smoked salmon, chilled New Zealand green lip muscles, Mediterranean Calamari salad, grilled Wahoo, Sea Bass…oh the list goes on and on and on and nothing on it is disappointing!
The Buffet at Treasure Island – Seafood, prime rib, sushi and a well-rounded menu are sure to impress. Their menu will be similar to their standard weekend brunch menu with a wide variety of pastas, salads and desserts. Yummmy!
Easter brunch in Vegas - desert
Photo Courtesy of KevinofSydney
The Buffet at Wynn – Voted “Best Buffet in Vegas” by USA Today, the Wynn really dazzles. Complete with 15 live cooking stations and plenty of variety, this buffet has moist meats (that’s what he said). Easter brunch in Vegas will please your palate and your visual senses with its impressive ambiance – floor to ceiling there’s something to look at.
Carnival World Buffet at Rio – Over 300 freshly prepared dishes from across the globe, carefully grouped to make for easy navigation. Good reviews and many mentions of quality make the Carnival World Buffet a top pick for Easter brunch in Vegas! Try out their gelatos…so many flavors, so little time!
Circus Buffet at Circus Circus – I had to list this modestly priced buffet for the mere fact that it’s modestly priced!
Flavors Buffet at Harrah’s – Not the highest rated buffet by patrons but they DO have endless crab legs and REAL wood fired pizza on the menu - well, the assumptive menu since no specific Easter one is posted! The place is modern”ish” and there’s plenty of decent choices on the menu to fill you up. This one made the list for those that want to wait a little less and eat a little more!
The Buffet at Green Valley Ranch – Locals have voted this the best buffet in Vegas. You’ll travel over to Henderson to patronize this Easter brunch but you’ll be glad you did. Fajitas, burgers, and their well known dessert bar complete the package. Heck, just go for dessert!
The Golden Nugget Buffet – East some STEAK! This buffet is classy by all counts. The meats are flavorful and not bland which is a VERY good reason to go to there for Easter brunch in Vegas!

You’ll need to get active after your brunch so that you don’t fall into a deep food coma! Call 1.855.895.3293 or 702.851.3293 and the Vegas Daze staff will set you up with some horseback riding or race car driving to keep you awake!

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