12 East Ogden Avenue, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910136.172751 -115.145572
Neighborhoods: Las Vegas
Best Buffet Value in Las Vegas – For value, good food and comfortable uncrowded admosphere the Main Street Station's Garden Court Buffet cannot be surpassed. Virtually the same food as the dinner buffet is available for lunch with a large variety of regional and ethnic foods available. An ample salad bar, two choices of home-made type soups, a decent meat cutting selection, fish, several chicken choices and vegetables are always available. A good choice of desserts is on hand to top off a wonderful lunch. Come hungry, sample the variety and chow down until the oxtail stew is gone.
Good buffet for the price – In all the years that I've been going to Vegas, it's always interesting to find and experience a new buffet. However, old tried and true standards usually give you excellent value. The Garden Court Buffet at the Main Street Station in downtown was always one of our staple buffets. I have to say that the variety of their menu at dinner is excellent. They have great options on the fresh seafood bar, crab legs, raw oysters, oysters Rockefeller, clams casino, steamed clams, and peel-n-eat shrimp. Additionally, there are always 2-3 carving options...this list time we visited, beef brisket, italian sausage, and ham. There are tons of vegetable options as well from the salad bar to the side dishes like steamed broccoli or green beans. There are also barbecue options, latin options and even a "Pacific Rim" set of offerings. Of course, there is the 4-sided refrigerated dessert bar. There are even no-sugar added options. I have to say that even though I was not 100% impressed with the quality of the food overall this time, I defintely say it's still one of the good standard buffets in town...and definitely the BEST buffet downtown. I recommend it as an option to some of the insanely expensive buffets around town.
The best buffet in Fremont – Even though it is the only buffet I've been to in Fremont I'm not going to go anywhere else, they have exactly what I want in a buffet. Great food, quick beverage service, and the price is great. $13 for dinner** Except on Steak and Seafood nights its a little more. I started at one end but never made it all away around it is a huge buffet. Didn't even realize there was a salad bar until we left. The desserts were not that great, but you can't beat make your own sundaes.
Tropical decor and island-style leisure make this a popular stop for a taste of paradise in the Mojave. – In Short
An island-themed hotel and casino that's popular with Hawaiian tourists. Everyone seems to embody the laid-back, beach attitude of California and the Hawaiian islands, but that doesn't mean that the tables aren't hot. Of the 781 rooms, there are 74 suites for high rollers. And the Redwood Bar & Grill adds a bit of sophistication with its wood paneling, stone fireplaces and country English furnishings. The exhibition kitchen that dominates the 110-seat Pasta Pirate turns out Italian and seafood specialties.
Nice varity – I very much enjoyed this buffet. It has plenty of options for all tastes. The price is resonable unlike many of the buffets on the strip that charge more than resurants where you actually get waited on. I will be back next time I'm in town.
at Main Street Station – This buffet has been setting raising the bar for buffet's for a long time. Their main dishes and desserts are always superior. The salad bar could use some attention. If you are a buffet hound and Downtown this is one of the best buffets in the district. And if you walk out the south side of the casino you can be where they filmed the beginning and end of the movie Casino.
Hawaiian-style hospitality in downtown Vegas – Downtown Las Vegas isn't where you'd expect to experience a taste of the Islands, but the California Hotel is many Hawaiians' home away from home. Favorable odds on table games and slots, friendly, down-home service and reasonable prices keep island residents coming back year after year. The rooms aren't top-of-the-line, but they're comfy, clean and very reasonably priced. The coffee shop serves standard fare with lots of Hawaiian-kine favorites like saimin noodles, portugese sausage omelets and spam on the menu too. Check out the snack shop on the 2nd floor for an authentic plate lunch.
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