The brunch buffet features all-new action stations with breakfast, brunch and lunch offerings available from open to close daily. New breakfast selections include Southern and Mexican influenced dishes, as well as a made-to-order omelet station. For those with a sweet tooth, fresh waffles and pancakes will be featured on the menu with all kinds of customization options. Also debuting is the made-to-order breakfast sandwiches and burgers station. The barbecue station is a meat-lover’s haven featuring mouthwatering brisket smoked in-house and pulled pork with traditional sides of Texas toast and coleslaw. Lunch offerings will include Cajun and Southern-inspired dishes, brick oven pizza, antipasti and an exhaustive deli sandwich bar with a wide array of meats, cheeses and breads. A complete salad bar and build-your-own yogurt parfait bar will highlight the chilled options. Rounding it out on a sweet note, the buffet will feature a chocolate fountain, dessert bar and made-to-order crepes.
Station themes will remain the same while specific items at each station will constantly change, leaving an extensive amount of options and creating a new experience with each visit.
The abundance of choices continues with the buffet’s beverage selection. Guests are now treated to a build-your-own Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar, featuring fresh garnishes and ingredients like fresh and crispy bacon, beef jerky, pickled vegetables and a variety of hot sauces to punch it up or keep it classic. Draft beer, wine and champagne also available, all inclusive.
What to eat at this scenic Las Vegas buffet:
- Barbecue station with mouthwatering brisket smoked in-house and pulled pork
- Made-to-order omelet station
- Cajun and Southern-inspired dishes
- Made-to-order crepes station
- Try the build-your-own Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar
- Sprawling spread of desserts, plus frozen yogurt
- Peaceful view of nearby flamingos, birds and ducks
- Use the Buffet of Buffets pass here
- Unlimited use of flowing chocolate fountain
"...massive windows and vaulted ceilings create a far more pleasant environment than the windowless confines of other Vegas buffets. Best is the brunch, when guests can bask in natural light, watch the nature preserve's wildlife through the large windows and sample an assortment of breakfast foods."