Cosmopolitan Buffet Prices

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Expect the Cosmopolitan buffet to live up to its name with its sophisticated food and drinks served in a luxurious setting. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is, after all, one of the well-known luxury resorts casino and hotel complexes in the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada – a landmark affectionately known as The Cosmo.

Here’s a list of Cosmopolitan buffet prices:

ItemCost

Brunch Buffets

Monday-Thursday (8:00am-2:00pm)

Kids (5-10)$16.00
Adults$27.00

Saturday-Sunday (8:00am-3:00pm)

Kids (5-10)$16.00
Adults$35.00

Dinner Buffets

Monday-Thursday (5:00pm-9:00pm)

Kids (5-10)$20.00
Adults$38.00

Friday-Saturday (3:00pm-10:00pm)

Children 4 and under eat free when accompanied by a paying adult.$0.00
Kids (5-10)$20.00
Adults$43.00

Sunday (3:00pm-9:00pm)

Kids (5-10)$20.00
Adults$43.00

Express Takeout

Daily$20.00
Children 4 and under eat free when accompanied by a paying adult.$0.00

History

The Cosmopolitan was opened on 15 December 2010 and it has since then garnered several awards in the hospitality industry. Among its awards are Gogobot’s 2013 The Best Hotel in the World and Conde Nast Traveller’s Gold List for 2015 as one of the Top Hotels in the World. The complex consists of two high-rise towers, namely, the Cosmopolitan Casino Beach Club Tower and the Cosmopolitan Casino Spa Tower.

What They Are Famous For

Buffets are a dime a dozen in Las Vegas and, indeed, the dining style has become a valued tradition in the city. But with The Cosmo’s Wicked Spoon buffet, the tradition has been elevated into a new level starting with the sit-down restaurant vibe.

Why Dine Here

When entering the Wicked Spoon, the first impression is that its buffet area is nothing like the buffet areas in other casino-and-hotel complexes in Las Vegas. You will be impressed by its elegant atmosphere akin to a trendy sit-down restaurant with a calm vibe, thanks to its strategic location in the hotel’s back corner. Gold, orange, and warm brown dominate the room’s décor while the walls are adorned by modern artwork with large glass fixtures on the ceiling – truly, a great place to enjoy your meals and snacks with your family and friends before and after seeing the sights and playing the tables.

Wicked Spoon has several sections that make it easy to navigate through the wide range of food and drinks.

  • Salad area consists of chickpea salad, Italian panzanella bread salad, and pita slices as well as hummus and pungent cheeses. The buffet is not your usual salad station with the standard bowl of lettuce, tomatoes, and greens with toppings and dressings either.
  • Seafood station offers a wide variety of shellfish as well as fish and chips, grilled salmon, and seafood. The fish and chips are a must because the fish is as crisp as can be with a choice between tasty remoulade and tart tartar sauce for side.
  • Carving station serves prime rib, pork, lamb, and bone marrow as well as side dishes like scalloped potatoes with truffles, ricotta creamed spinach, and brown butter roasted cauliflower, to name a few.

Other food stations are the Italian food station and the Asian food bar. Drinks are always plentiful including water, soft drinks, cocktails, and wines. Desserts are so delectable, too, with the most popular being the chocolate-covered strawberries, molten chocolate lava cake, and red velvet cookies, aside from the sugar-free selections.

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Last Updated: April 14, 2017 11:09 pm

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