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Dining at the Wynn Las Vegas is a must for your future Vegas itinerary. I can’t think of many more fun activities than eating, but I wrote a post on 10 Things to Do in Vegas if you’d like recommendations for other things.
Finding the best breakfast or brunch spot on vacation is essential for someone who loves breakfast. I can’t power through a day of exploring or walking 10,000+ steps without a hearty meal first thing in the morning. Are you a breakfast lover, too?
When I think of brunch in Vegas, I immediately picture elaborate buffets. Isn’t having brunch after a late night in Las Vegas like a mandatory experience or a Vegas ritual? On my most recent trip, I finally got to try the breakfast buffet of my dreams. And I think you’ll love it too!
Here’s everything you need to know to plan your dining experience at the Wynn Las Vegas.
Buffet Price at Wynn Las Vegas
As of this writing, the daily gourmet brunch is $54.99 per person plus tax and is served Monday through Sunday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Prices are subject to change during holidays, holiday weekends, and peak periods. Children age 3 to 9 are half-price.
Their dining room can fill up quickly, so I recommend arriving early if you do not want to wait in line. During our trip, so many corporate conferences were being held in Las Vegas, and the city was gearing up for the Las Vegas Grand Prix, so it felt extra busy compared to the previous times I had visited.
This was the first time I traveled during the week in a very long time. Usually, I am a weekend-trip-only kind of gal. But because we were traveling for Todd’s birthday, we also got to be in Vegas during all the work conferences.
Since we knew it was an extra busy time filled with many tourists, we arrived at the Wynn at 8:00 am and got seated immediately.
Best Buffet in Las Vegas
The Buffet at Wynn Las Vegas is, without a doubt, the best breakfast on the Las Vegas strip! After an intense search during the itinerary planning process, it was clear that this was a must-visit place to dine. Just look at their over 9,500 Google reviews!
The Buffet at Wynn is quite the experience, offering a feast of options, including an eggs Benedict station and a Latin Street Food station, to name a couple. Executive Chef Craig Herber designed 16 food kitchens and included all the foods you could imagine.
Seriously! I was in over my head by the variety of choices.
At first, I thought it was odd to arrive for breakfast at 8:00 am, and I could choose between omelets and pancakes or sushi and pizza. But after finding the dessert station, I realized it was the perfect buffet because there was something for everyone.
Not every person likes breakfast foods first thing in the morning. Others prefer to jump straight into lunch. And if you are like me and could eat dessert at every meal, then you will find the buffet at Wynn to be heaven on earth!
Also, in Vegas, people stay up till the wee hours of the morning, so for some, 8:00 am could be their dinner time. Haha! We dined at the Wynn on the morning of Todd’s birthday, so I needed to try every single dessert. You know, to celebrate, of course! 😂
My hope is that after seeing the mouth-watering photos of all the desserts this buffet is at the top of your list too. After having breakfast at the Wynn to celebrate Todd’s birthday, I can say it’s one hundred percent worth it!
Be sure to go heavy on the desserts, too! You won’t regret it.
Las Vegas is one of those cities you could visit repeatedly. You would find a new activity or up-and-coming restaurant to try each time. However, the Buffet at Wynn will always be a Vegas staple.
We loved dining at the Wynn and enjoyed our hotel stay at the Bellagio Hotel. As you start planning your Vegas itinerary, be sure dining at the Wynn is a top item on your list!
Leave a comment and tell me which food station you would try first! 😋