It was the made-to-order dessert crepes for me
By OTS Staff
While most cities have a famous staple every tourist must try, Las Vegas is known for serving up a variety of delicious cuisines at their infamous resort buffets. On July 1, Wynn will follow suit joining other buffets that have already reopened like the Comsopolitan’s buffet, Wicked Spoon and Caesars’ Bacchanal buffet. With 16 different food stations, guests will have many different bites to choose from to load on their plates.
What’s Cooking at the Wynn?
You had me at Lobster Benedict.
The Wynn’s renovated buffet welcomes guests back with a new dazzling entrance showcasing eight live royal palms from southern Florida and features a revamped menu for guests to try.
Among the latest menu alterations, there will be a new eggs Benedict station which will offer Lobster Benedict, Smoked Salmon Lox Benedict, Corncake & Spinach Benedict and more. Other breakfast fare to look forward to will be their Red Velvet Chocolate Chip and Buttermilk Vanilla Bean pancakes.
For savory eats, guests can dig into their Mexican station for Carne Asada, Chicken Mole, Mexican Street Corn, Green Chile & Cheese Tamales and Chorizo & Eggs. Other stations, such as the Italian section will be dishing out Lasagna alla Bolognese, Grandma’s Baked Meatballs, Potato Gnocchi with Littleneck Lambs plus Crispy Chicken Parmesan. To fix guests’ cravings for summer BBQ bites, they must dig into their BBQ Pork & Beef Ribs, Dry Rubbed Rotisserie Chicken, Honey Glazed Cornbread, Baby Corn Skillet and Smoky Mac & Cheese.
Endless Ice Cream Sounds Too Good To Be True
With over 100 degree weather, this is the perfect way to cool down.
Don’t forget to save room for dessert! The buffet will be offering made-to-order crepes by request with options of peach, strawberry and mixed berry compotes, plus other available toppings like bananas and Nutella. Finish it off with some endless ice cream for the ultimate sweet treat.
Where: Wynn Las Vegas
When: Open Thursday through Monday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. for breakfast, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for brunch, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. for dinner. Weekend brunches will be available on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cost: $38.99 for breakfast, $45.99 for weekday brunch, $64.99 for dinner and $48.99 for weekend brunch with an add-on $24.99 endless pours available for patrons 21 and up; Children 2 and under eat free and children 3 to 9 eat half price.These prices don’t includes taxes or gratuity.