Are you a foodie looking to indulge in a luxurious spread of breakfast food during your next stay in Vegas? Prepare yourself for a huge feast especially when you plan to partake in the Bellagio buffet. This step by step guide is for you!
Make sure to set your alarm early so you don’t miss out on the buffet experience. There are a few things worse than waking up starving at 10AM in your hotel room.
Take a moment to panic and relax before realizing there’s still time to spare before the buffet starts.
Rush to the breakfast hall with one hour left before the stands start getting cleared. Don’t worry about freshening up, just change out of your pajamas and head straight for the goal. Although if you’re in a business hotel, you may have to dress appropriately.
Assess the situation by looking for the maximum crowd, a queue in front of the toaster, which food items are being restocked, and where your favorites are located. Find an empty table that is conveniently close to the buffet area.
Place your coat on the chair to mark your territory and head on over to collect your plate.
Start with the lighter items such as pastries, muffins, fruits or sushi. Fill your plate up with whatever you can finish. Be sure to bring water or juice to your table as well.
Empty your plate of the fruits and pastries before heading back to the counter for a fresh plate.
Get some sausages, fried eggs, cold cuts, and any other protein you like. Don’t forget the bacon too!
Head over to the bread station, grab some fresh bread, and toast it. Top it up with some butter and jam. If you’re feeling adventurous, add some Nutella to it.
Take a break and savor your food. Enjoy the ambiance, the chatter around you, and the satisfaction of a successful buffet experience.
Go back for round two, but this time, focus. Befriend at least one waiter who will serve you hot coffee and refill as needed.
After you’ve savored every last bite, it’s time to walk around (out of the buffet room!) and into the streets. You need to get your metabolism up so as to digest all the food you ate. If you feel tired and you really don’t have much to do for the day, it’s ok to relax or get some sleep in your hotel room.