Our three-day vacation in Las Vegas is not enough to explore its fabulous charm especially the famous Las Vegas Strip. However, this year-round destination and the people I share the experience with will make our last day extra special. Our generous sponsors for this vacation, Miko and Derick are certified foodies. They will bring us to the award-winning buffet in Garden Court in Main Street Station located in Downtown Las Vegas.
.Aside from its famous hotels, casinos, parties, and entertainment, Las Vegas is also one of the best places for foodies where you can dine and drink at any of its restaurants be it at the Strip or off the Strip. Though the culinary style has evolved in the city, the buffet still lives on.
Garden Court in Main Street Station Hotel and Casino and Brewery
Garden Court was voted as One of The Top Five Buffets in Las Vegas and we are excited to start the day with a full-pack meal!
Garden Court is spacious and with elegant Victoria decor. It has the classic chandeliers and arched ceilings shrouded with small bulb lights.
Garden Court buffet is affordable and is loaded with a wide array of delicious choices: Asian food, Mexican, Southwestern, pizza, and my favorite rotisserie chicken.
Whenever I’m in a buffet, I will make sure that I will taste all food in all stations. Here in Garden Court, they have nine stations tended by friendly chefs. I had three different combinations of meals.
Well, every dish is tasty, but what I love most are the crab salad, Kelau pork, baked turkey breast, fresh salmon, soyu chicken, and mac and cheese. So heavy on my tummy! Haha!
We tried also their various dressings and the top of my favorite are the vinaigrette and Caesars salad. They have a dessert section too but since we were already satiated (full tummies!), we only had ice cream to end up our heavy and happy meal.
Main Street Station is a hotel and casino owned by Boyd Gaming with a theme of Train Station. It has a signature attraction, the Triple 7 Restaurant, and Microbrewery that serves up to 8 microbrew beers and is operated on-site.
We toured the gaming section before we head off to our next destination, The Venetian Las Vegas.
Address: 200 North Main Street, Las Vegas, Nevada
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday-Friday: 7:00am – 10:30am
Regular-$10.99 / Ruby-$9.99 / Sapphire & Above-$8.99
Lunch: Monday-Friday: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Regular-$11.99 / Ruby-$10.99 / Sapphire & Above-$9.99
Dinner: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 4:00pm – 9:00pm
Regular-$14.99 / Ruby-$13.99 / Sapphire & Above-$12.99
Seafood Dinner: Friday – 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Regular-$29.99 / Ruby-$28.99 / Sapphire & Above-$26.99
Regular-$15.99 / Ruby-$14.99 / Sapphire & Above-$13.99
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