If you get hungry but want more than just a burger to fill up, the Wicked Spoon buffet is for you. Although most buffets in Vegas are closed, Wicked Spoon reopened for breakfast and brunch Thursday through Sunday in March. Even before the restrictions of last year, the buffet stood out.
Gourmet dishes are still individually coated in small potions, although they are now given to you by a waiter. You might find things like the short rib bone marrow, egg benedict, egg salad toast, pork birria tacos, and mini wedge salads (I have been known to have many mini servings of this gem). Bottomless beverage packages include mimosa, beer, and champagne. Reservations are strongly recommended. And the desserts are fabulous as always, with ice cream, panna cotta, brownies, cakes … you name it.
The Cosmopolitan, 877.893.2001
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