The Mirage buffet is no mirage for, indeed, it’s among the best in the industry with its impressive array of delicious dishes, drinks, and desserts!
Here’s a list of Mirage buffet prices:
|Adults (Per Person) (Breakfast)||$18.99|
|Children (5 to 10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Breakfast)||$12.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Breakfast)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Monday-Friday Brunch)||$23.99|
|Children (5 to 10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Monday-Friday Brunch)||$17.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Monday-Friday Brunch)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Saturday-Sunday Brunch)||$28.99|
|Children (5 to 10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Saturday-Sunday Brunch)||$22.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Saturday-Sunday Brunch)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Monday-Thursday Dinner)||$30.99|
|Children (5 to 10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Monday-Thursday Dinner)||$22.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Monday-Thursday Dinner)||$0.00|
|Adults (Per Person) (Friday-Sunday Dinner)||$32.99|
|Children (5 to 10 Years Old) (Per Child) (Friday-Sunday Dinner)||$24.99|
|Children (4 and Under) (Per Child) (Friday-Sunday Dinner)||$0.00|
Steve Wynn developed The Mirage while Joel Bergman designed it. The Polynesian-themed luxury resort and casino was opened on 22 November 1989 with its current owners being MGM Resorts International. The Mirage is as real as can be with its strategic location on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.
What They Are Famous For
The buffet at The Mirage features eleven international cooking stations as well as several restaurants offering all-you-can-eat dishes – truly, one of the most attractive selections in the area. The self-service beverage station offers 150 Coca-Cola flavors and unlimited pours of wine and beer.
The Cravings Buffet certainly lives up to its name with virtually every craving of diners satisfied!
Why Dine Here
When you dine at the Cravings Buffet, your thirst for the most refreshing beers and wines will be satisfied, thanks to the unlimited pours allowed. Your choices in these beverages include seasonal beers, Bud Light, and Liberty Creek wines like Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and White Zinfandel. You can also have your fill of champagne during the Champagne Brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.; obviously, an age limit (21 years old and above) is implemented.
The buffet features a sleek and streamlined look with a high-design concept in shining steel. Instead of the usual signs of Las Vegas excess, you will be impressed by the lively activity at the live-action stations featuring delicious food like Italian pizzas, Chinese barbecue pork, and pot stcikers as well as Japanese salads, Mexican slow-roasted pork and made-to-order omelets. Your cravings for just about every international cuisine can be satisfied in one or two of the live-action stations and the dessert station.
The service from the wait staff was also great although emphasis must be made that it’s a buffet – self-service is a given. Most of the time, the line moves quickly because of the efficient service delivered by the staff while the number of tables mean that there will always be a vacant one even for a large group.
The Cravings Buffet also has an upscale vibe – clean, contemporary, and comfortable. You will have plenty of room to move about instead of bumping into diners one too many times. You can even carry on with easy conversations even with a relatively full house, thanks to the mostly adult clientele.