Been to the Bally’s Sterling Brunch (162/366)

“Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right”
~ Mark Twain


Bally’s Sterling Brunch.  The Godfather of all brunches on the Vegas strip.  Last year when Nick and I visited Vegas, we didn’t get a chance to come to this epic gastronomical experience, so this year when we planned a trip to Vegas, I made sure Bally’s Sterling Brunch was on the itinerary.

There are a lot of great buffets in Vegas.  Last year, Nick and I even took on the Buffet of Buffets.  That was an epic gastronomical experience on its own – and there were some good ones in there, definitely.  But Bally’s Sterling Brunch is legendary.  Most Champagne brunch buffets are around $30 and they’re fun.  Bally’s is $85, which yes, is quite a bit more … but it’s also quite a bit more AWESOME.

Here’s a sample menu:

Bally’s Sterling Brunch

Fresh Smoked Nova Salmon with Traditional Condiments & Assorted BagelsAmerican Sturgeon Caviar served
with Warm Blinis
Assorted Exotic and Fresh Sliced Fruit Display
Seafood on Ice to Include Fresh Oysters, Clams,
Crab Claws, Shrimp
Sushi Bar with Japanese Sake
Grilled Marinated Vegetable Platters with Olive Tapenade
Assortment of Cured Meats, and French Country Patés
Imported and Domestic Cheese Display
California Field Greens, Choice of Dressings & Accompaniments
Caesar Salad with Garlic Croutons, Parmesan Cheese
Shrimp Salad Delicately Mixed with a Brandy Continental Sauce
Buffalo Mozzarella and Fresh Tomato Salad
Cannellini Beans, Andouille Sausage & Yellow Tomato in Radicchio Cups
New Year’s Fruit Salad Marinated in Passion Fruit Liqueur
Lobster Gazpacho

Cranberry Crusted Rack of Lamb
Teriyaki Glazed Whole Beef Tenderloin
Horseradish Scented Pork Loin
Cranberry Demi, Bearnaise Sauce, Horseradish Jus
Your Selection of Eggs and Omelettes
Featuring our Famous Lobster, Cognac and
Boursin Cheese Omelette
Waffles with Assorted Toppings


Maytag Blue Cheese Frittata
Steak and Eggs, Choron Sauce
Oven Roasted Fingerling Potatoes
Pasta Primavera, Truffle Vinaigrette
Pan Seared Salmon, Couscous Salad
Veal Parmesan, Angel Hair Pasta
Hunan Sesame Crusted Chicken
Grilled Filet Mignon, Potato Croquettes
Bally’s Fresh Broiled Maine Lobster with Drawn Butter



Assorted Breakfast Breads, French Pastries,

Pies & Tortes

Seasonal Mixed Berries Served in a Wine Glass

Praline Nougatine Pecan Crepe, Vanilla Sauce

Cherries Jubilee

*We Proudly Serve Perrier Jouët Champagne*
(Woohoo!  I just tried that for the first time!) 


Whew!  I say “sample menu” because some of the dishes do change periodically, but don’t worry – most of them, including the stars, the Filet Mignon, Maine Lobster, Caviar, and of course the Perrier Jouët are always being served.

The service is professional without being stuffy, genuinely friendly, and attentive without being invasive.  Most people who enjoy the Sterling Brunch camp out for as long as the buffet is served, so it’s kind of expected, and no one rushes you at all.  The Champagne flows freely (you have to tell your server if you DON’T want a refill for a while), and there is just a dizzying array of super high quality selections.

We enjoyed ourselves immensely, and although yes, this brunch is expensive, for the service and the quality, I think it’s well worth the price.  I will definitely be back the next time we visit Las Vegas.

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