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Weekday Brunch: $21.99 Weekend Brunch: $24.99 Kids 4-9: $10.99
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- Southern and Mexican inspired breakfast dishes
- Made to order omelet station with waffles
- Asian, Southern, and Classic Lunch dishes
- Cajun-inspired dishes
- Complete Salad Bar
- Dessert Bar
- Made to order Crepes
- Frozen Yogurt
Buffets in Vegas
The Flamingo Las Vegas hotel is located in 3555 Las Vegas Blvd. South. Inside it is the Paradise Garden Buffet. The restaurant is located not far from the entrance to the Linq Promenade with its exclusive shopping.
The Dining Room
Diners in the round structure view the wildlife, birds, ducks, and, of course, flamingos through floor-to-ceiling glass windows with a vaulted ceiling. Waterfalls and stunning flora host the birds and wildlife. Brunch is a great time to take advantage of all the natural light outside the restaurant.
Fifteen chef-staffed serving stations offer a breakfast menu including waffles, custom omelets, chicken-fried steak, pancakes, fruit, French toast, eggs Benedict, breakfast meats, breakfast sandwiches and more.
If you’re doing lunch, there are special salad stations as well as deli meats and cheeses for sandwiches. Buffet stations include custom hamburgers, brick oven-made pizza, Mexican, Asian, American, and Southern as well as a barbecue station with brisket and pulled pork.
Drinks are usually added for a price, but the Paradise Garden brunch offers bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary’s with the brunch. You can garnish or add spices to your drink at a special station.
The dinner buffet features dishes that rotate every now and then. Featured dishes include surf and turf, Louisiana seafood boil, shrimp, crab legs, prime rib, bamboo roasted salmon, and either brisket or pork barbecue.
A dessert and frozen yogurt station offers cookies, pies, puddings, and other sweet things. It’s usually not a good idea for diners to dive face first into the chocolate fountain.
As with the brunch buffet, the drinks are on the house and include beer, wine, champagne, and sangria. The beer is domestic and not the expensive craft beer, but it’s bottomless, so bottoms up!
The Paradise Garden Buffet is open for brunch seven days from seven am to two pm. A dinner buffet is served on Friday and Saturday nights from five pm to ten pm. Children under three eat free. The Paradise Garden Buffet is rated $$$.