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The Luxor Buffet is found beneath the giant pyramid with a beam of light shooting out of its peak along the Las Vegas Strip. Its buffet is a bit more expensive than buffets that have similar offerings, including the MGM Grand Buffet and the Circus Circus Buffet, but nonetheless features the traditional range of buffet favorites and a decent selection of gourmet items for the dinner hour. The More Buffet at Luxor Las Vegas does in fact have an all you can eat, all day pass that allows you to frequent the buffet as many times as you like throughout the day for a discounted rate of $29.99 for adults and $17.99 for kids. If you take advantage of these Luxor buffet coupons, you will get good value for the money you spend on this above average spread in Las Vegas.
The Luxor Buffet serves breakfast each and every day of the week from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and costs about $12. One of the live action stations is dedicated to made-to-order omelets. Here you will find any number of fresh vegetables, cheeses, and meats to craft your own personalized omelet. There is also no shortage of traditional favorites like eggs and bacon, sausage and potatoes, biscuits, pastries, and that is just the beginning. Wash down breakfast with as much fresh juice as you like. When you use Luxor buffet coupons, you can save even more money on breakfast, already the most inexpensive of all the meals at this buffet. Luxor buffet coupons can be found in many hotel rooms, at the front desk of your hotel, and many times simply from the host stand or the manager at the buffet itself. The key is asking. Most of the buffets in Vegas just want to keep their guests happy so that they will continue to patronize the hotel and the casino. The More Buffet at Luxor Las Vegas is no exception. Brunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lunch is available from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day and costs approximately $14. One of the highlights of the food selections at the Luxor Buffet is the 30-foot salad bar that features a wide variety of salads, soups, cold cuts and cheeses, bread, and more. This can be a great option for those people who already ate a big breakfast or as a perfect complement to one of the entrée offerings at the Luxor. For lunch and dinner you can expect a decent range of gourmet selections, including carving stations with prime rib, crab legs and shrimp, and some nice Asian-inspired dishes. There are also tons of beautiful deserts, including sugar-free options. Kids will enjoy making their own ice cream creations and exploring the seemingly endless amounts of other sweet goods.
The Luxor Buffet serves dinner from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. for about $20. The fare is about the same as the lunch menu with the addition of perhaps some cocktail shrimp or other minor adjustments. You can also get a pass for unlimited draft beer and wine when you purchase one of the all you can eat packages. This should definitely sweeten the deal for some folks looking to enjoy some drink while they also enjoy a nice, cheap meal. The More Buffet at Luxor Las Vegas has something to keep most everyone happy, at least for a couple of sittings.
Close by are other reasonably priced options including the Roundtable Buffet at Excalibur and even the MGM Grand's buffet across the street.
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