There’s no famine
at new Feast buffet

Jan 8, 2007 12:54 AM

For the most part, buffets are still a great bargain and favorite in Las Vegas among both locals and tourists. Palace Station Hotel and Casino opened a completely redesigned Feast Buffet in late December. The newly designed buffet features seating for 340 and five live action food stations including American, Asian, Italian bistro, South of the Border (Mexican) and traditional BBQ. Lower pricing also began with the opening of the new buffet. Boarding Pass and non-Boarding Pass member’s prices and hours are as follows:

Breakfast (Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-11 a.m.): $4.99 with Boarding Pass/$5.99

Lunch (Monday-Friday 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.): $5.99 with Boarding Pass/$6.99

Dinner (4 p.m.-10 p.m. daily): $6.99 with Boarding Pass/$8.99

Brunch (Saturday-Sunday 7 a.m.- 4 p.m.): $6.99 with Boarding Pass/$8.99

Discounts can be applied using your Boarding Pass not only at Palace Station, but at all Station Casino buffets as well. Children between the ages of four and 10 receive $1 off the regular price, and children three and under are free at Palace Station.

The Triple 7 Brew Pub at Main Street Station downtown has a 16 oz. microbrew special served in a souvenir glass (you keep the nice logo glass) for $4.95.

Victory’s Café inside The Cannery Casino Hotel is serving a soft shelled crab sandwich special this month for $8.99 plus tax. This unique sandwich is dipped in beer batter and deep fried served with condiments and your choice of french fries, potato salad or Cole slaw.

Las Vegas locals can still receive discount ticket prices for "Phantom! The Las Vegas Spectacular" at the Venetian. Through January 31, Las Vegas locals can get the regularly priced $125 seats for just $75. Bring your Nevada ID to the Venetian Box Office when you purchase your tickets.