las vegas meatless buffet brunch?

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  1. Allan

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    Hi, my wife and I are heading to Vegas next week and I was wondering if there were any breakfast buffets that were reasonably cheap. We don't eat meat, so I'd prefer to go to one at which you can just get the basics (and hopefully pay less.) Any suggestions?

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    We enjoyed the Market Garden breakfast buffet at Orleans. It's only $5.95 and rated one of the best values in the city. You can certainly go meatless there as they have a wide variety of fruit & breads.
     
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    I think even the eggs have meat in them [​IMG]

    Its be a couple years since we've been there, but the days of $2.99 buffets seemd to be a thing of the past. Most buffets were $7.99 to almost $20 per person. You may be able to find a smaller casino such as the Orleans which was mentioned to offer a less expensive buffet.

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    Yeah Allan, inexpensive and variety may be tough. I like the Rio, for I can get so much variety and remain meatless.
    A lot of the buffet prices are time specific.


    Breakfast at the Rio is only like $8 between a certain time.(I wasn't very impressed with them this year, but the breakfast was still good)

    Treasure Island has a decent breakfast buffet for about $6.

    I eat eggs, so the custom omelette at the Rio is hard to beat and their fruit is very fresh.
     
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    This is true. At the Orleans, for example, breakfast is 7-10 and is $5.95. They reopen for lunch at 11 and it's then $6.95. Not sure of the hours, but dinner is over $10. Sunday brunch is more expensive. Orleans, being off the strip, is one of the cheaper places. All of the places on the strip we looked at were higher - in some cases (Bellagio) MUCH higher.
     

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