The amazing Sterling Brunch Buffet at Bally’s has increased its price by $5 to a new price of $105 and even at that price it’s still likely to be as popular as ever. The weekend fine dining brunch at Bally’s is over 30 years old and draws the faithful to its current home at BLT steak.
The reason why the Sterling Buffet has its fans even at this price is because of the amazing food and service; As soon as you sit down you receive a large portion of Gruyere cheese while you get served champagne. The guests then can use the buffet at eat as much as they want of amazing things such as Alaskan king crab, lobster tails, prime rib, lamb and sushi.
Apart from the buffet line you can also order things from your server such as Caesars salads, eggs benedict or lobster bisque among other items. While you are eating your meal enjoy never ending glasses of champagne or mimosas and also save some room for the desserts which are top notch. Desserts usually include items such a chocolate truffles, chocolate covered strawberries and tarts..
If you want to splurge once on your trip to Las Vegas or maybe you have a lucky run in the casino the Sterling Buffet is well worth the money even at over $100.
If you miss the $1 Michelob beer special at the Casino Royale on the Strip which is still a good deal at the price now of $2 a bottle, but you can still get the old deal just off the Strip;
To get the deal head over to the Stage Door Bar which is located behind the Cromwell and across the street from Bally’s. The bar is just your basic small bar with slots but if you need a break from the expensive Strip drink prices their is an option not too far away. When you enter the bar they will card everyone so don’t forget to bring your id or passport.
While you are checking out the $1 Michelob beer special you might want to stock up on supplies at the attached convenience store which is less expensive option than the hotel stores.
It looks like the rumors are true and the Redneck Riviera at the Grand Bazaar Shops located next to Bally’s has closed it doors after just over a year being open.
The Nashville style honky-tonky-tonk bar was the creation of John Rich one half of the country superstars Big & Rich in what was going to be a chain of bars under the same name with a location in Nashville now under construction.
If you are not a country fan its possible you could have seen John Rich on the Apprentice or on the Wahlburgers television show where he discussed having his customers being able to order the Wahlburgers from the restaurant below and brought up to Redneck Riviera which in fact did happen.
Redneck Riviera was a 4,249 square foot space that as you would expect had live music as well as appearances by the owner John Rich and stayed open to 4 am.
The Las Vegas location had such things as an American flag made out of beer cans, a garage door, a horse saddle with small mirrors to make a disco ball and restroom sinks made out of old tires with gas pump faucets.
The space also had a Heroes Bar which was said to be staffed by vets and where all vets got their first drink free.
The Redneck Riviera concept seems sound although the location at the top of the stairs on the walkway to enter Bally’s wasn’t the greatest because if you were entering from the Las Vegas Strip you would walk through the whole Grand Bazaar Shops with numerous bars and restaurants before you got to the Redneck Riviera.
I would like to see this bar reopen in the future in Las Vegas in a better location although at the present time the company website and Facebook page has barely any mention of its Las Vegas location as its all about the Nashville opening.
I live in Southern California home of In and Out Burgers but while in Las Vegas I decided to check out one of its newer competitors that’s heading West namely Wahlburgers. If you have caught an episode of the A&E reality show of the same name you would have known that the chain was started by two famous boy band members now actors Mark and Donnie Whalberg with their less famous brother Paul is the chef behind the food.
As you can see from the picture above the burger in this case the double decker isn’t a bad burger although they do have the lettuce and tomato on the bottom which gives the burger a different taste, not necessarily good or bad just different. The burger wasn’t a bad burger but at Las Vegas Strip prices of $12.99 for just the burger no fries or drink it’s not one I would go out of my way for but maybe as they add off Strip locations and the price comes down a bit it might make it a better deal. The location I picked up this burger was at the Grand Bazaar Shops the shopping out front of Bally’s and judging the by the always big crowds inside the place day or night they are doing very well.
It looks likes it the end of the road for the show 50 Shades! A Parody at Bally’s which has announced its last show will be on September 11th. The show has been running at Bally’s for over a year and generally gets pretty good reviews for a lower budget show. The replacement for the show has been announced as Evil Dead The Musical which sounds interesting to say the least.
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