Looking to dine out at The Wynn Buffet? This popular buffet is a guaranteed great night thanks to the excellent food and the beautiful décor.
But before you set out, you need to do your research – this way you’ll know what to expect in terms of the Wynn buffet prices, what you’ll be eating, and more.
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The Wynn Buffet – First Impressions
First impressions at any restaurant will always come from the décor. How does it hit you when you walk through the door? Does it look like somewhere you’re going to want to spend time?
In this case, you’ll be entering a building that is made up of high ceilings with beautiful flower arrangements, crown molding, lots of awnings, and large atrium space. It feels at once quite grand and premium, without being in any way intimidating or daunting – it still has a friendly and quite intimate feeling.
The layout lends itself well to all kinds of groups and parties. It’s easy to get something to eat from one of the 15 stations, and there’s plenty of room to move around.
Wynn Buffet Food and Menu Items
But you don’t go to a buffet in order to look at the décor! Of course, you go for the food.
Wynn Buffet Breakfast Options
For breakfast and brunch, you get everything that you would expect, ranging from eggs, to pancakes, to chorizo potatoes, to French toast. And if you’re someone who enjoys eating large cooked dinners for breakfast then you still have that option!
Wynn Buffet Lunch and Dinner Foods
Of course, the main meals come out at lunch, at which point you’ll find a whole lot of standard buffet favorites, things like grilled vegetables, chicken wings, chili, mac n’ cheese. There are numerous different meats to pick from too that are cooked fresh. Then there’s the salad bar for you to duly ignore! (Though for the health conscious there are plenty of choices such as quinoa salad, kale salad, and more.)
Dinner brings even more delicious meats carved fresh, along with different cuisines such as an Asian area with options like Peking duck. Dessert is also a veritable smorgasbord of incredible treats.
In short, there’s pretty much everything you could hope to find somewhere like this. And not only that, but all these delicious foods are cooked to delicious perfection. Nice touches, like getting juice in little bottles rather than plastic cups, remind you that this is one of the top buffets around.
The Wynn Buffet Prices
If you want to eat at the Wynn Buffet (located near the back of the Wynn Casino), it will cost you a little more than your run-of-the-mill Vegas buffet. That’s to be expected however, given the status of the venue and the high caliber of the food being offered up.
This is often considered to be one of the top three buffets in Vegas.
|Child Breakfast Buffet||$9.99|
|Adult Breakfast Buffet||$24.49|
|Child Brunch Buffet||$15.99|
|Adult Brunch – Monday-Friday||$29.99|
|Adult Brunch – Saturday & Sunday||$37.99|
|Child Lunch Buffet||$12.99|
|Adult Lunch Buffet||$26.99|
|Child Buffet Dinner – Monday-Thursday||$18.99|
|Adult Buffet Dinner – Monday-Thursday||$43.99|
|Child Buffet Dinner – Friday, Saturday & Sunday||$19.99|
|Adult Buffet Dinner – Friday, Saturday & Sunday||$52.99|
Of course, these prices are subject to change over time, but this table will give you a good idea as to the kinds of prices you should expect.
Note that ‘child prices’ apply to children under the age of 11. Children under the age of 3 may eat for free.
Keep in mind that you can also expect to pay a taxes and tip on top of this and prices might be higher on certain holidays and special event weekends.
Wynn Buffet Times and Hours
- Breakfast is 8am until 11am Monday to Friday
- Brunch is available Saturday to Sunday from 8am until 3pm
- Dinner is 3.30pm until 10pm.
Dress code is “resort casual”. Mostly anything goes, as long as you are well covered!
Wynn Buffet Tips and Extras
There are a couple of extra costs that you might find your meal incurs, depending on your intended purpose. For instance, you should be aware that there is a very large queue when you attend during the busier periods and this can cause waits of up to an hour each visit.
One way around this problem is to pay an additional small cost of $10 per person in order to skip the line between Monday and Friday. This amount goes up however during brunch and weekends, at which point it will increase to $16 per person.
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If you like, you can shell out a little more too. If you are willing to pay for the $20 VIP pass, then you will not only skip the queue but you will also be given a ‘free’ glass of sparkling wine or sangria. This will also entitle you to 10% off of the next day’s buffet.
Finally, for those that are looking to celebrate, there is also an ‘all you can drink’ add on fee. This is called ‘Endless Pour’ and it includes your pick of draft beers, sparkling wines, regular wines, cocktails, and more. This lasts for two hours – but is undoubtedly very good value if you plan on knocking a couple of beers back with your dinner.
This is one of the best buffets in Vegas and for good reason. It sells fantastic food with a truly gigantic selection, it has lots of options, and it’s beautifully laid out. It is a little more expensive though, and you could find yourself paying more than you expected too if you decide you want to jump the queue rather than wait for a long time.
But if you’re prepared for that, then you’ll be sure to have an excellent time at the Wynn Buffet.