Experiencing the Wicked Spoon Buffet Like a Pro

The Cosmopolitan’s Wicked Spoon Buffet does the buffet with a bit more pizzazz and passion than many of the casinos-and-hotel resorts in Las Vegas. You must dine in it at least once for every visit to the city and, soon enough, you will become a regular patron with a taste for its sumptuous feast of delectable food and beverages.

Opening Times and Prices

You have to know a few things about The Cosmo’s buffet restaurant so as to act like a pro in it. First, Wicked Spoon only serves brunch on a daily basis albeit the opening times vary – 8 a.m. to 2p.m. Mondays to Fridays and then 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. You may want to come earlier as the crowd can be enthusiastic especially during peak season.

As for the price, the Wicked Spoon’s prices are a bit higher than many other buffets in the area – as of the last tally, the price ranges from $38 to $41 per person depending on the day while children (5 to 12 years old) can eat all they can handle for just $15 each.

Being in the In Crowd

The Cosmopolitan can be accessed via the sky bridge on The Las Vegas Strip. You will almost immediately realize that the hotel caters to the “in” crowd, the “cool” people, and the “It” girls and boys making their way to the city. You may want to dress and act accordingly before entering the Wicked Spoon just so you will feel comfortable here.

In keeping with the hotel’s ultra-modern chic décor, the Wicked Buffet also has an ultra-modern theme with warm lights, dark wood, and metalwork all around. Your dining experience will be set amidst such sleek, stylish and modernistic aesthetics, a far cry from the cozy ambiance of inferior buffets with their fast-food atmosphere.

Enjoying the Food

And then there’s the varied selections of the dishes and desserts, all of which are of world-class quality. You are paying more for your brunch, after all, and you deserve to get back every penny with great food!

You have so many food stations to choose from with food like an assortment of toasters and breads, pancakes, mini ramekins with mash and bangers, cured meats, cheeses, fruit salads, and vegetables. You can also satisfy your meat-loving side at the craving station with its profusion of slab bacon, prime rib, and Italian sausage.

There are just so many food choices from savory dishes to sweet desserts that you will feel wicked – in a good sort of way – after indulging in most of them. Go ahead and let your guilt take over, if it does take over, later.

Category: Eat Smart