The three most important reservations you’ll make for your Vegas trip are flights, hotels, and Sterling Brunch. It’s, as is obvious, a brunch spot and not dinner, but it’s one of the biggest, most enjoyable blow-out meals you can have. It’s a buffet that’s only open on Sundays from 9am-2:30pm and requires reservations months in advance. “Why am I making reservations for a buffet?” is probably the first thing that comes to mind. It could be for the mini pancakes topped with caviar, but we have a suspicion it’s because of the unlimited champagne, mimosas, and lobster (and an incredibly long list of other dishes) all for $125. We probably should have led with that last part.
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