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Location: Mirage
Address: 3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
City: Las Vegas
Area: Strip
Phone: 702/791-7111
Official Web Site

All-you-can-drink Bud Light and Liberty Creek wines are included with all meals.

Cravings To-Go $16 per person

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Mon-Fri 7 am to 11 am $18.99
Sat-Sun - Champagne Brunch 8 am to 3 pm $33.99
Mon-Fri - Weekday Brunch 11 am to 3 pm $23.99
7 days 3 pm to 9 pm $30.99
Dinner Fri, Sat and Sun is $32.99

Overall Rating:
  • Currently 2/5

2/5 Rating

Comments (2 comments):
Lunch - iltu66 (06/28/2016) - 1.5 out of 5 stars
The first surprise was that we had to pay for parking, but we learned this will now be in all MGM casinos. Well, one reason not to go there anymore, but since we always liked the buffet, we went there anyway. No line, high price and then average food at best. The variety is even below average, even though the buffet would be large enough to offer more. To say one positive thing, the saffran rice way very good. What a pity we could not find anything to eat with it. So next time we save money and go to a better buffet - which is not hard to find.

Mirage Buffet for Dinner - mkwiatkowski (08/21/2015) - 2 out of 5 stars
Boo! This is certainly not the Mirage in my memories. When I compare this resort now against its glamour in the past, I want to cry. The buffet is one example of many that shows how the Mirage has completely lost its luster. My wife and I showed up at the beginning of the dinner service. We found standard fare in heating trays, some of which appeared to have been there since lunch. Self-service drinks are not all bad, but the coffee is made with syrup from a dispenser by Farmers Bros. Very institutional. How hard is it to brew a decent pot of coffee? The "sushi bar" consisted of a few rolls and cooked shrimp. No raw fish here! Sushi? Barely. No more Asian delicacies. No pho. Standard American versions of chow mien and orange chicken. Blah. Charcuterie consisted of some lunch meat and cubed cheese. Nothing exotic. How about a couple olives at least? Dessert? I tried four or five and didn't get past the first bite. Donuts and cupcakes were very dry. At least they still have a decent bread pudding. Not different from any Station casino, though. And Station charges one third the price. Thank goodness for the MRB 2-4-1! We paid $32 for two people, and barely got our money's worth. One last thing. The restroom is falling apart, literally. The molding is half attached in the stalls, and lots of dents and dings are unrepaired. Goodbye Mirage of the past. There are many good memories. We miss you bad.

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