Flamingo Buffet Prices

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The Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is the site of the Paradise Garden Buffet, among the best buffet restaurants in Sin City. Here, it’s so easy to forget about your diet restrictions because the food and drinks are so delicious and, thus, so tempting!

Indeed, tourists and locals alike agree that Paradise Garden Buffet makes every visit to Las Vegas worthwhile, even as the highlight of their day. Many of them also come to the buffet restaurant because of the beautiful view of the gardens with their graceful flamingos.

Below are the latest Flamingo Buffet menu prices.

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Brunch

Monday-Friday, 7am-2pm

Adults (Per Person) (Monday-Friday Brunch)$21.99
Children (4 to 9) (Per Child) (Monday-Friday Brunch)$10.99
Children (3 and Under) (Per Child) (Monday-Friday Brunch)$0.00

Saturday-Sunday, 7am-2pm

Adults (Per Person) (Saturday-Sunday Brunch)$24.99
Children (4 to 9) (Per Child) (Saturday-Sunday Brunch)$10.99
Children (3 and Under) (Per Child) (Saturday-Sunday Brunch)$0.00

Dinner

Friday-Saturday, 5pm-10pm

Adults (Per Person) (Dinner)$31.99
Children (4 to 9) (Per Child) (Dinner)$10.99
Children (3 and Under) (Per Child) (Dinner)$0.00
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Brief History

Flamingo Las Vegas has an interesting history, especially its early connections with Bugsy Siegel, a well-known mobster who came to Las Vegas in late 1945 due to the city’s flourishing legalized gambling and off-track betting industry.  In 26 December 1946, Siegel and his partners opened The Flamingo Hotel & Casino, which was then touted as The West’s Greatest Resort Hotel, about 4 miles from present-day Downtown Las Vegas. Today, it’s the oldest resort still in operation in the Las Vegas Strip; when it opened, it was the third of its kind in the area.

The hotel and casino resort has undergone several changes in its name and ownership. Among its former names are The Fabulous Flamingo and Flamingo Hilton Las Vegas. Today, Caesars Entertainment Corporation (CEC), the world’s most diversified casino-centered entertainment provider, owns the resort.

What They Are Famous For

The Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is a sprawling 16-acre resort known for its Art Deco- and Streamline Moderne-inspired architecture. Among its main attractions is the landscaped garden courtyard and wildlife habitat for flamingos, the birds for which the resort was named for.

The Paradise Garden Buffet, its buffet restaurant for hotel and casino guests as well as for tourists and locals, is known for the staples for which Las Vegas is known for. Here, diners will definitely enjoy the delicious flavors of the roasted prime rib, the seafood from crab legs and shrimp, and the heavenly desserts, to name a few goodies. Plus, the Flamingo buffet prices are reasonable so it’s possible to enjoy its food and drinks every day.

Why Eat Here

The best time to come Paradise Garden Buffet is during brunch when the food and drinks offerings are aplenty. The food stations feature many, if not most, of the beloved classics for breakfast, brunch and lunch, which are available from opening to closing times every day. No matter your personal preference in food, you will likely find it here – and it also goes for your family and friends whom you bring to the world-class buffet.

The buffet also features new selections on a regular basis so culinary boredom can be avoided here. For the breakfast selection, for example, include dishes influenced by Southern and Mexican cuisines resulting in even more exciting offerings. The addition of these dishes isn’t surprising considering that many of the diners come from Southern United States and Mexico, as well as people who prefer the cuisines.

The chefs ensure that the offerings in the stations are regularly changed so that there’s always a wide selection to choose from.  The theme of the stations remain the same, furthermore, so there’s a mix of the familiar (i.e., theme) and the unfamiliar (i.e., food available).

The made-to-order omelet station make it possible to get nearly every type of filling in your scrambled eggs. The station for the freshly-made pancakes and waffles also come with several choices in toppings from maple syrup and whipped cream to fresh fruits. The customization options also make it among the most popular stations in the buffet.

What’s an American dining experience without sandwiches and burgers? The Paradise Garden Buffet also has a dedicated station for made-to-order sandwiches and classics with an extensive range in breads and buns, meats and vegetables, and dressings.

If you’re in the mood for contemporary meat favorites, then head on to the barbecue station, a meat lover’s haven. Here, you can enjoy the best in smoked briskets, pulled pork, and chicken dishes with coleslaw and Texas toast on the side.

The feast goes on into the lunch hours with just as many food and drink offerings as the breakfast hours. Many of the dishes are inspired by Cajun and Southern cuisines, as well as a wide range of brick oven-baked pizzas, antipasti, and deli offerings. The latter includes an impressive array of breads, cheeses and meats that will satisfy any appetite, not to mention that there’s a great salad bar.

The chilled options are aplenty, too. You can, for example, make your own yogurt parfaits for a light, quick lunch or for a snack. You may also satisfy your sweet tooth at the dessert station with made-to-order crepes, cakes, and dipping food for the chocolate fountain.

Come to the Paradise Garden Buffet with your significant other, your kids, and your family and friends and get the best buffet that Las Vegas can offer. The attire and ambiance are casual, the Wi-Fi access is for free, and the bar offers a great selection of beers and wines.

To learn more about Flamingo Buffet, visit their website at www.caesars.com.

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