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Buffets make it easier to eat cheap

May 27, 2003 2:45 AM

During the month of June, Boulder Station will offer its lunch Feast buffet for only $4.99, a savings of $2 off the regular $6.99 price, Monday though Friday! Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sister casino, Palace Station continues to offer one of the best buffet bargains in all of Las Vegas with its Feast dinner buffet for only $6.99 per person.

The buffet at the New Frontier has reopened for breakfast and dinner, but there is no lunch buffet. The breakfast buffet is served seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. for $8.95, but the dinner buffet which is available weekdays is $12.95 per person. On Friday and Saturday, they offer a Seafood Buffet for $14.95. Dinner buffet hours are 4-10 p.m.

Currently the Wild West Buffet at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur is closed for major renovations. They will reopen in the fall. All of their other restaurants are open. You’ll always find bargains and food specials at both the Sourdough Café (like steak and eggs for $2.99 available 24 hours a day) and nightly dinner specials at the upscale Yukon Grill.

Fiesta Rancho has been offering half-price buffets on Sundays for a while, but no official word has been released as to how long the promotion will continue. Best to call ahead to check.

For happy hour, try the new Tilted Kilt at the Rio. From 4-6 p.m. daily, the Irish-American themed tavern serves all domestic 16 oz. draft beers for a buck and the same size import drafts are $2. Top it off with mighty good chicken wings for a quarter a piece and you’re good to go!

The Cabo Cantina at Santa Fe Station is now open and running some awesome happy hour specials from 4-6 p.m. Buckets of beer or pitchers of Margaritas are $10 or Tecate Mexican bottled beers are two for one.