Labor Day Weekend: Flamingo Buffet Open 24 Hours

Posted Thursday, September 2, 2010 by in Flamingo Las Vegas, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Restaurants. 8 Comments.

All right. Here are two more Las Vegas rules to live by. Rule 1: You can never have too much buffet. Rule 2: Even Las Vegas buffets hate rules!

Here’s proof. Flying in the face of conventional buffet wisdom (that people don’t like to visit buffets at, oh, 3:00 a.m.), the Flamingo’s Paradise Garden Buffet will serve guests 24 hours a day over the Labor Day weekend.

Flamingo Buffet

Yes, the Flamingo buffet has stations other than the dessert station. We just tend to linger at the dessert station. So sue us.

The 24 hour special thingy starts at 7:00 a.m. on Sep. 4 and ends, sadly, at 10:00 p.m. on Sep. 6. It’s time to test the boundaries of the human digestive system!

It goes without saying that this is an excellent opportunity to exploit the value to be had with the purchase of a “Buffet of Buffets” pass. The pass ($39.99 for Total Rewards loyalty club members and $45.99 for non-members) is good for all-day, all-access to seven of the city’s famed buffets. Learn more.

The participating “Buffet of Buffets” locations are the world-class buffets at Caesars Palace, Flamingo, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Imperial Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood and Rio (the mega-multi-award-winning Carnival World Buffet).

Flamingo buffet

Told you.

Please note: The Paradise Garden Buffet is the only “Buffet of Buffets” location open for 24 hours a day over Labor Day weekend, so don’t get too riled up.

Thanks, Flamingo, for seeing deep into our hungry souls and answering our buffet prayers.

Flamingo sign

This gratuitous photo of the Flamingo sign is 61% less caloric than the dessert photos.

Bonus factoid: The Orbitz Insider Index just named Las Vegas the top destination for Labor Day for the third straight year. (Translation: “Hello! We could have saved you some time and just told you that, Orbitz.”)



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8 Responses

  1. Bob

    I thought I’ve been to all the good buffets in Vegas but I must have missed the Flamingo. Paris and Rio used to be two of our favorites but they have slipped some in the last couple years or so. I may head out to the Flamingo next week just to give it a try – any discount/promo for mentioning I was referred from the blog? jk ;

  2. Bob

    I thought I’ve been to all the good buffets in Vegas but I must have missed the Flamingo. Paris and Rio used to be two of our favorites but they have slipped some in the last couple years or so. I may head out to the Flamingo next week just to give it a try – any discount/promo for mentioning I was referred from the blog? jk ;

  3. sroeben

    Well, Bob, how do we put this delicately? Mentioning the Pulse of Vegas blog at the Flamingo could result in arrest or bodily injury. But go ahead and see what happens. The Flamingo buffet is definitely worth a try, though.

  4. sroeben

    Well, Bob, how do we put this delicately? Mentioning the Pulse of Vegas blog at the Flamingo could result in arrest or bodily injury. But go ahead and see what happens. The Flamingo buffet is definitely worth a try, though.

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  8. sroeben

    Sorry you’re having trouble viewing the gloriousness that is this blog. We’ve tested the thing on every possible browser, trust us. And no recent changes, although we’re never quite sure what our blog magic guy Allan is going to pull from day-to-day. We still love him despite his endless tinkering with our baby. Anyway, this is a comment, not a therapy session. Let us know if you continue to have that problem. We’ll still pretty much ignore it, but that shouldn’t stop you.

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