In a city famous for its all-you-can-eat options, the buffet at Bally’s Steakhouse remains a leader in bottomless gustatory indulgence. Chandeliers illuminate its spread of elegant cuisine, which traces the globe with dishes ranging from Old-World Italian classics to fresh-rolled sushi to New England staples. Today’s Reserve selection invites you and a guest to enjoy culinary opulence with Bally’s Steakhouse’s Sterling brunch, an all-you-can-eat—and drink—special served on Sunday.
A tuxedo-clad maitre d’ stands sentry beneath the Bally’s Steakhouse insignia, escorting guests into a dining room where, as the Las Vegas Sun notes, “they pour Champagne the way most places refill water.” Though ever-flowing mimosas, Mumm Cordon Rouge, Perrier Jouet Champagne, and Bloody Mary’s ranging from hot to mild help lubricate conversation at the white-clothed tables, the food is undoubtedly the main event. At the carving station, chefs disperse cuts of cranberry-crusted rack of lamb and teriyaki-glazed tenderloin, heartier fare balanced out by waffles and more familiar brunch options—at least insofar as one can consider an omelet with lobster, cognac, and boursin cheese “familiar.” Freshly prepared sushi as well as all-you-can-eat roasted lobster tails, American caviar and Alaskan king crab legs refresh palates between trips to the entree line, but guests should try to save room for dessert, which includes decadent praline-pecan crepes, crème brule, and a cupcake station.
The highly lauded food and drink selection is complemented by regal environs. With white- and green-striped walls modeled after a New England–style hunt club, the dining room cradles guests in plush leather chairs, allowing for a brunch experience as comfortable as if it were hosted on a mattress stuffed with shrimp cocktail.
Just a dice's throw from the bustle of the casino floor, the tuxedoed maitre d' of Bally's Steakhouse invites patrons inside a New England–style dining room grounded by dark woods and Ralph Lauren linens. The menu boasts a trio of prix fixe dinners and à la carte entrees prepared by nationally renowned chefs, who center their feasts on the restaurant's specialty meats. Diners can tear morsels from bone-in selections, such as 22-ounce rib eyes or 16-ounce fillets, or cut right through slabs of Alaskan halibut. As one of the oldest steak houses on the Strip, Bally's maintains the tradition of ending each multicourse meal with full coffee service and a slideshow on the history of the after-dinner mint.