Here’s a list of the BEST BUFFETS/BRUNCHES for Mother’s Day in Las Vegas. In Las Vegas there is no shortage of buffets or brunches and choosing one for a special occasion can be a difficult process. Use this list and save yourself the headache. Only top-notch buffets/brunches are on the list.
Bellagio Buffet Brunch
The Bellagio Buffet could feed a small country with all the food they go through here. It’s one of the biggest and most popular buffets in town. Expect a long wait, but it’s worth it. They have the freshest sushi of any buffet. It’s made constantly, keeping it fresh and tasty.
Flamingo Buffet Brunch
This buffet brunch offers a great view and the food was very good with a couple of cool surprises. They have tons of shrimp….even at breakfast. They do a chocolate fountain which is fun and believe it or not…..cotton candy! Freshly made dessert crepes and made to order waffle were a treat to find for such reasonable prices. Great value here.
La Cave’s Sunday Brunch – Wynn
This will be a real treat for Mom. La Cave is now offering Sunday Brunch for $40 and has an amazing selection of delightful dishes including a carving cart with Beef Wellington, Leg of Lamb and NY Sirloin. Don’t forget to try a hand crafted cocktail that will surely wow Mom. Brunch is served at La Cave from 10am – 3pm.
Sterling Brunch at Bally’s Steak House
At $85 per person this better be good……actually it’s GREAT! This buffet has been impressing guests for 25 years and is still regarded as the best Brunch Buffet in Las Vegas. Caviar, Lobster, Sushi, King Crab Legs and all manner of steaks and chops are among the selections at Sterling Brunch. They also pour unlimited champagne such as Perrier Jouet. Great choice for Mother’s Day.
Wynn Buffet Brunch
I really enjoy this buffet for it out of the ordinary food selections. The biggest challenge at a buffet is keeping the food fresh. At the Wynn they have a small cooking station at each food area and make the selections is small amounts over and over again. Rather than trying to prepare enough for 100 guests and letting it sit there, they prepare enough for about ten and start all over keeping a steady stream of freshly prepared food at every station. Great concept. Lots of Vegan dishes are available as well.
If money is tight try the buffets at the Station Casinos. With the discount you get with your “Boarding Pass”, you just can’t beat the price. You’d spend more at IHOP for breakfast than at these buffets.